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Dayton Ducks

Dayton Ducks
19321942
Dayton, Ohio
Class-level
  • Class C (1933-1942)
  • Class B (1932)
Minor league affiliations
  • Middle Atlantic League (1933-1942)
  • Central League (1932)
  • Major league affiliations
  • Brooklyn Dodgers (1938-1942)
  • Chicago White Sox (1937)
  • Brooklyn Dodgers (1934-1935)
  • Name
  • Dayton Ducks (1932-1938, 1941-1942)
  • Dayton Wings (1939-1940)
  • Ballpark
  • Hudson Field
  • North Side Field
  • Minor league titles
    League titles 1 (1932)

    The Dayton Ducks were a minor league baseball team that played in the Central League in 1932 and then the Middle Atlantic League from 1933-1942. They were affiliated with the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1934-35, 1938-1942 and the Chicago White Sox in 1937. The team was briefly known as the Dayton Wings from 1939-1940.

    External links

    • Dayton Baseball History
    • Bullpen wiki page
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