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London Pirates

London Pirates
19401941
London, Ontario
Class-level
Previous Class D
Minor league affiliations
League Penn.-Ontario-New York League
Major league affiliations
Previous Pittsburgh Pirates
Team data
Previous parks
Labatt Memorial Park

The London Pirates were a Class-D minor league baseball team based in London, Ontario, Canada. The team was a member of the Pennsylvania-Ontario-New York League, which later became the New York-Penn League. The team played for just two seasons, 1940-1941, and were affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates throughout its existence.

References

  • Baseball Reference 1940 London Pirates
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