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Evansville Braves

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Evansville Braves
19381957
(1938–1942, 1946–1957)
Evansville, Indiana
EvBraves.PNG
Team logo
Minor league affiliations
Previous classesClass B (1938–1942, 1946–1957)
Previous leagues
Illinois-Indiana-Iowa League (Three-I League) (1938–1942, 1946–1957)
Major league affiliations
Previous teams


Minor league titles
League titles 4 1946, 1948, 1956, 1957
Team data
Previous names
Braves (1941-1942; 1946–1957)
Bees (1938-1940)
Previous parks
Bosse Field (1938–1942, 1946–1957)

The Evansville Braves was the primary nickname of a minor league baseball team based in Evansville, Indiana 1938–1942 and 1946–1957, playing in the Illinois-Indiana-Iowa League. Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees Bob Uecker and Warren Spahn played for Evansville during this era.

History

The Evansville Bees and Braves played the Class B Illinois–Indiana–Iowa League (the "Three-I" League) from 1938–1957, interrupted when the league ceased play during World War II. They played home games at Bosse Field, which is currently the third oldest baseball stadium in regular use in the United States.

Evansville of the Three-I League had a single affiliation with the Major League Braves franchise, playing as affiliates of the Boston Bees (1938–1940), Boston Braves (1941–1942 and 1946–1952) and the Milwaukee Braves (1953–1957). The Evansville Bees (1938–1940) took their name when the Boston Braves changed their nickname to the Bees for a few seasons.

The team ceased after the 1957 season and Evansville was without baseball until the Evansville White Sox began play in the Class AA Southern League in 1966.[1] Today, Evansville and Bosse Field are home to the Frontier League's Evansville Otters.[2]

1956 Evansville Braves.
1956 Evansville Braves.

The ballpark

The franchise played at Bosse Field. Bosse Field was built in 1915 and had a capacity of 7,200 during the Braves era.[3] Historic Bosse Field is still in use today, serving as the home park for the Evansville Otters of the Frontier League.[4] Next to Fenway Park (1912) and Wrigley Field (1914), Memorial Stadium in the third oldest professional park in existence, opening on June 17, 1915. Bosse Field is located at 1701 Main Street & Morgan Street, Evansville, Indiana.[5]

Championships

Major League Affiliations

Notable alumni

Baseball Hall of Fame alumni

Notable alumni

Year-by-year record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1946 68-51 3rd Bob Coleman League Champs
1947 70-55 5th Bob Coleman NA
1948 67-54 3rd Bob Coleman League Champs
1949 74-51 1st Bob Coleman Lost League Finals
1950 56-70 6th Ernie White NA
1951 69-60 2nd Bob Coleman Lost in 1st round
1952 74-47 1st Bob Coleman Lost League Finals
1953 70-59 3rd Bob Coleman Lost League Finals
1954 81-54 1st Bob Coleman Lost in 1st round
1955 60-66 5th Bob Coleman NA
1956 84-36 1st Bob Coleman League Champs
1957 81-49 1st Bob Coleman League Champs

References

This page was last edited on 12 July 2020, at 01:07
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