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Hickory Rebels

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hickory Rebels
19351951
(1939–1942, 1945–1954, 1960)
Hickory, North Carolina
Minor league affiliations
Previous classesClass D
Previous leagues
Western Carolina League (1952, 1960)
Tar Heel League (1939-1940, 1953-1954)
North Carolina State League (1942, 1945–1951)
Major league affiliations
Previous teamsNew York Giants (1945–1949)
Chicago Cubs (1952–1954)
Minor league titles
League titles 2 (1954)
Team data
Previous names
  • Hickory Rebels (1939–1940, 1942, 1945–1954, 1960)


Previous parks
Fairgrounds Park

The Hickory Rebels were a Class D minor league baseball team based in Hickory, North Carolina, that played from 1939–1940, 1940, 1945–1954, 1960. The Rebels were the predecessor of the current Hickory Crawdads in the South Atlantic League.

History

The Rebels played in the Tar Heel League (1939–1940, 1953–1954), North Carolina State League (1942, 1945–1951) and Western Carolinas League (1952, 1960). They were affiliates of the New York Giants (1945–1949) and Chicago Cubs (1952–1954).[1] A former team of the same name had participated in the independent Carolina League between 1936 and 1938.[2]

The ballpark

The Rebels played at Fairgrounds Park.[3]

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ "Greensboro, North Carolina Encyclopedia". Baseball-Reference.com.
  2. ^ Utley, R.G., and Verner, Scott, The Independent Carolina Baseball League, 1936–1938, (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1999) pp. 260-61
  3. ^ "South Atlantic League Baseball Stadiums Photos and Ballparks Pictures of the Single-A Minor League SALLY League Stadiums Photographs". www.digitalballparks.com.


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