- Location: Nashua, NH
- League: New England League 1946-1949
- Affiliation: Brooklyn Dodgers 1946-1949
- Ballpark: Holman Stadium
In their first season in 1946, the Nashua Dodgers were the first minor league team in the United States to integrate when the parent Brooklyn Dodgers assigned former Negro Leagues players Roy Campanella and Don Newcombe to play here. At the same time, Jackie Robinson was playing for the Montreal Royals, but that was in Canada, as were the Trois-Rivières Royals who also included a couple of former Negro Leaguers.
|1946||80-41||2nd||Walter Alston||League Champs|
|1947||82-44||2nd||John Dantonio||League Champs|
|1948||84-41||2nd||Al Campanis||League Champs|
- Michael Casey (Associated Press): "New Hampshire town recognized for historic role in racially integrating baseball in the 1940s", Yahoo! News, May 30, 2023. 
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