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List of Appalachian League champions

Past baseball champions of the Appalachian League in the USA

  • 1921 Johnson City
  • 1922 Bristol
  • 1923 Knoxville
  • 1924 Knoxville
  • 1925 Greeneville
  • 1926–36 Not in Operation
  • 1937 Pennington Gap
  • 1938 Greenville
  • 1939 Elizabethton
  • 1940 Johnson City
  • 1941 Elizabethton
  • 1942 Bristol
  • 1943 Bristol
  • 1944 Kingsport
  • 1945 Kingsport
  • 1946 New River
  • 1947 New River
  • 1948 Pulaski
  • 1949 Bluefield
  • 1950 Bluefield
  • 1951 Kingsport
  • 1952 Welch
  • 1953 Welch
  • 1954 Bluefield
  • 1955 Salem
  • 1956 Not in operation
  • 1957 Bluefield
  • 1958 Johnson City
  • 1959 Morristown
  • 1960 Wytheville
  • 1961 Middlesboro
  • 1962 Bluefield
  • 1963 Bluefield
  • 1964 Johnson City
  • 1965 Salem
  • 1966 Marion
  • 1967 Bluefield
  • 1968 Marion
  • 1969 Pulaski
  • 1970 Bluefield
  • 1971 Bluefield
  • 1972 Bristol
  • 1973 Kingsport
  • 1974 Bristol
  • 1975 Johnson City
  • 1976 Johnson City
  • 1977 Kingsport
  • 1978 Elizabethton
  • 1979 Paintsville
  • 1980 Paintsville
  • 1981 Paintsville
  • 1982 Bluefield
  • 1983 Paintsville
  • 1984 Elizabethton
  • 1985 Bristol
  • 1986 Pulaski
  • 1987 Burlington
  • 1988 Kingsport
  • 1989 Elizabethton
  • 1990 Elizabethton
  • 1991 Pulaski
  • 1992 Bluefield
  • 1993 Burlington
  • 1994 Princeton
  • 1995 Kingsport
  • 1996 Bluefield
  • 1997 Bluefield
  • 1998 Bristol
  • 1999 Martinsville
  • 2000 Elizabethton
  • 2001 Bluefield
  • 2002 Bristol
  • 2003 Elizabethton
  • 2004 Greeneville
  • 2005 Elizabethton
  • 2006 Danville
  • 2007 Elizabethton
  • 2008 Elizabethton
  • 2009 Danville
  • 2010 Johnson City
  • 2011 Johnson City
  • 2012 Elizabethton
  • 2013 Pulaski
  • 2014 Johnson City
  • 2015 Greeneville
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