Tri State League was a non-classified organization for the following years: 1884, 1887-1891, 1894; independent from 1904-1906; from 1907 through 1914 Class B; in 1924-24 Class D; from 1946-55, it was Class B.
Ohio State League played 1887
unknown years 1928, 1938
League 1 1887-1891Edit
1887 Akron OH, Canton OH, Columbus OH, Kalamazoo Mi, Mansfiled OH, Sandusky OH, Steubenville OH, Wheeling WV, Zanesville Oh
1888 Jackson MI, Lima OH and Toledo OH entered the league; Akron and Steubenville left the league.
1889 Dayton OH, Hamilton OH, and Springfield OH, entered the league; Columbus, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lima, Sandusky, Toledo and Zanesville left the league.
1890 Akron OH, Mckeesport PA, and Youngstown OH entered the league; Hamilton left the league.
1891 Lima, OH and Sandusky, OH entered the league; Youngstown left the league.
League 2 1904-1914Edit
1904 Altoona PA, Camden NJ, Harrisburg PA, Lebanon PA, Williamsport PA, Wilmington DE, York PA
1905 Coatesville PA, Lebanon PA, Lancaster PA and Johnstown Pa entered the league; Camden and Wilmington left the league, During the season, the Coatesville franchise moveed to Reading, PA then to Shamokin, PA. The Lebanon franchise moved to Wilmington DE.
1906 Shamokin and Wilmington left the league.
1907 Trenton, NJ and Wilmington, DE enterd the league. During the season, the York franchise moved to Reading PA.
1908 No teams entered or left the league.
1909 York, Pa entered the league; Wilmington left the league.
1910 No teams entered or left the league.
1911 Wilmington, DE enterd the league; Williamsport left the league
1912 Allentown, PA entered the league; Reading left the league. During the season, the Altoona franchise moved to Reading, Pa., Lancaster moved to Altantic City, NJ and Johnstown moved to Chester, Pa.
1913 Reading and Chester left the league
1914 Reading, PA entered the league; Atlantic City left the league. During the season, the York franchise moved to Lancaster, Pa.
League 3 1926-1927Edit
1926 Blytheville AR, Corinth MS, Dyersburg TN, Jackson MS, Jonesboro, AR and Tupelo Ms
1927 Sheffield-Tuscmbia, AL entered the league; Dyersburg left the league.
League 4 1946--1955Edit
1946 Anderson SC, Asheville NC, Charlotte NC, Knoxville TN, Shelby NC, Spartanburg SC
1947 Fayetteville NC, Reidsville NC and Rock Hill SC entered the league; Shelby left the league.
1948 Florence SC entered the league; Reidsville left the league.
1949 Sumter SC entered the league; Fayetteville left the league.
1950 No teams entered or left the league.
1951 Greenville, SC and Greenwood, SC entered the league; Florence and Sumter left the league.
1952 Gastonia, NC entered the league; Greenwood left the league.
1953 Greenville and Knoxville left the league
1954 Greenville, SC and Knoxville, TN entered the league; Charollte and Gastonia left the league.
1955 Anderson and Knoxville left the league.