For the first Interstate Association, see Eastern League - 1883. The second Interstate Association was a class C league that operated in 1906 with teams in Michigan and Indiana. It disbanded on July 8. Prior to that Bay City and Muncie were expelled on May 18; Saginaw withdrew from the league on June 21.
- Anderson, IN: Anderson 1906
- Bay City, MI: Bay City 1906
- Flint, MI: Flint Vehics 1906
- Fort Wayne, IN: Fort Wayne Railroaders 1906
- Lima, OH: Lima Lees 1906
- Marion, OH: Marion Moguls 1906
- Muncie, IN: Muncie Fruit Jars 1906
- Saginaw, MI: Saginaw 1906
Teams & Statistics
|Fort Wayne Railroaders||35||24||.593||-||Jack Hardy / Louie Heilbroner|
|Marion Moguls||35||24||.593||-||Clarence Jessup|
|Flint Vehics||35||25||.583||.5||Joseph Ganzel|
|Anderson||30||31||.492||6||Sid Hubbard / Peaches O'Neill/Bert Dennis|
|Lima Lees||26||34||.433||9.5||Harry Truby|
|Saginaw/Marion (OH) ##||18||30||.375||NA||Clyde McNutt/A.B. Kimmerly / Bootie Wolf|
|Bay City #||6||9||.400||NA||Con Strothers|
|Muncie Fruit Jars #||4||12||.250||NA||Frederick Paige|
# Muncie & Bay City were expelled May 18.
## Saginaw moved to Marion, OH July 3; Marion 0-3 before the league disbanded.
The league disbanded July 8.
No Individual Statistics Available.
The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball:Second and Third Editions.