Emporia Bidwells

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The Emporia Bidwells joined the Kansas State League in its final season in 1914. The team went 54-32, taking the pennant by eight games over the Salina Coyotes. The club boasted the league's top two contact hitters, Pete LaFlambois and Trainer and the first baseman, Paul Turgeon, scored the most runs. Otis Lambeth and Ralph Shimeal tied for the league lead with 14 Wins, while Lambeth led the league with a .737 Pct.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1914 54-32 1st Ira Bidwell