Northern-Copper Country League
On May 25, 1906 the Copper Country Soo League and Northern League merged to form the Northern-Copper Country League; this new league lasted two seasons. The league was class C in 1906 and class D in 1907. The Grand Forks and Hancock clubs disbanded midway through the first season on July 29, 1906, and the entire league folded on September 2, 1907. In 1908 the Northern League was reestablished in some of the former territory.
- Duluth, MN: Duluth White Sox 1906-1907
- Fargo, ND: Fargo Trolley Dodgers 1906
- Grand Forks, ND: Grand Forks Browns 1906
- Hancock, MI: Hancock Patriots 1906
- Houghton, MI: Houghton Giants 1906-1907
- Lake Linden, MI: Lake Linden Lakes 1906
- Laurium, MI: Calumet Aristocrats 1906-1907
- Winnipeg, MB: Winnipeg Maroons 1906-1907
Teams & Statistics
|Calumet Aristocrats||61||37||.622||-||G.W. Orr|
|Houghton Giants||56||35||.615||1.5||Howard Cassiboine|
|Winnipeg Maroons||57||38||.600||2.5||S. Anderson / Bill Hanrahan|
|Duluth White Sox||52||44||.542||8||A.W. Kuehnow|
|Lake Linden Lakes||40||56||.417||20||William Foster|
|Fargo Trolley Dodgers||35||59||.372||24||Matt Camitsch|
|Hancock Patriots #||29||34||.460||NA||Paul Wreath|
|Grand Forks Browns #||13||40||.245||NA||McNeal/F.J. Dudley / Bill Hanrahan|
# Hancock and Grand Forks disbanded July 29.
The league, which became a C league on May 25, was formed as a merger between the Northern and Copper Country Soo Leagues.
No Playoffs were scheduled.
|Beals Becker||Lake Linden||BA||.326||Paul Grimes||Calumet||W||18|
|Louis Piper||Winnipeg||Runs||75||Harry Bond||Winnipeg||W||18|
|Sam Meniece||Winnipeg||Hits||118||Rube Barry||Houghton||W||18|
|Ad Brennan||Winnipeg||Pct||.727; 8-3|
|Winnipeg Maroons||70||27||.722||-||Ed Herr|
|Duluth White Sox||49||53||.480||23.5||Frank "Smiley" Smith/Tracy|
|Houghton Giants||47||55||.464||25.5||M.O. Taylor/Pat Flaherty|
|Calumet Aristocrats||34||65||.343||37||Frank Mullane/Christy Egan|
The league was shortened to September 2.Player Statistics
|Rollie Zeider||Winnipeg||BA||.314||Alwin Cummings||Duluth||W||20|
|Rollie Zeider||Winnipeg||Runs||75||Ralph Terry||Winnipeg||Pct||.842: 16-3|
The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball: Second and Third Editions.