South Central League
The South Central League was a class D league that broke off in 1906 from the former Missouri Valley League with teams in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. The 6-team league lasted just a single season. Six years later another attempt was made with all teams based in Texas, but this class D South Central League also didn't make it to another year.
- Fort Smith, AR: Fort Smith Razorbacks 1906
- Guthrie, OK: Guthrie Senators 1906
- Muskogee, OK: Muskogee Indians 1906
- Shawnee, OK: Shawnee Blues 1906
- McAlester, OK: McAlester Miners 1906
- Tulsa, OK: Tulsa Oilers 1906
|McAlester Miners||59||32||.648||-||Jud Smith|
|Muskogee Indians||50||38||.568||7.5||J.W. Callahan / Muggsy Monroe|
|Ft. Smith Razorbacks||47||39||.547||9.5||Fernandez / Walt Ahern|
|Tulsa Oilers||45||42||.517||12||Cap Smith / Bill Rupp|
|Shawnee Blues #||29||42||.408||NA||J.B. Roe / J.B. McAlester|
|Guthrie Senators #||18||55||.247||NA||Dad Bennett / Jim Greer / J.W. Faulkner|
# Guthrie and Shawnee started the second half July 4, but disbanded July 21.
The league disbanded in August.
Attendance: Tulsa, 19,750.
No Individual Statistics Available.
- Cleburne, TX: Cleburne Railroaders 1912
- Longview, TX: Longview Cannibals 1912
- Marshall, TX: Marshall Athletics 1912
- Paris, TX: Paris Boosters 1912
- Texarkana, TX: Texarkana Twins 1912
- Tyler, TX: Tyler Elbertas 1912
Teams and Statistics
|Longview Cannibals||63||51||.553||-||Tully Spear / Jim Gardiner|
|Marshall Athletics||56||58||.491||7||Harry Kane|
|Texarkana Twins||51||65||.440||13||Pat Woods / McLendon / Kling / Poindexter|
|Paris Boosters||46||63||.422||14.5||Rick Adams / W.W. Hawker / Jack Jutze|
|Cleburne Railroaders #||51||28||.646||NA||Dad Ritter|
|Tyler Elbertas #||40||42||.488||NA||Dee Poindexter|
# Tyler and Cleburne disbanded July 17.
Playoff: Texarkana was declared champion as first half winner Cleburne had disbanded.
|Ray Nagle||Marshall||BA||.368||Hugh Harbin||Cleburne||W||15|
|Ray Nagle||Marshall||Runs||42||Bill Daniels||Cleburne/Paris||SO||123|
|Ray Nagle||Marshall||Hits||76||Lindy Hiett||Cleburne||Pct||.875; 7-1|
The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball: Second Edition.