Oklahoma-Kansas League

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The Oklahoma-Kansas League was a six-team minor baseball league that existed in 1908. As its name indicates, it consisted of teams from Oklahoma and Kansas.

The teams in the league were the Bartlesville Boosters, Independence Jewelers, Iola Champs, McAlester Miners, Muskogee Redskins and Tulsa Oilers.[1]

Notable players include Larry Cheney, Joe Kelly and Ray Powell. Long-time major league player Deacon White managed in the league.

Before the season ended, McAlister and Iola disbanded. Tulsa won the league finals.

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