Arkansas State League
The Arkansas State League was an American minor league baseball league. Several leagues of this name operated at different times. The first version was in operation in 1894, followed by an 1897 league. Class "D" leagues of this name operated from 1908–1909 in Arkansas and Louisiana and also in 1934–1935 in Arkansas and Missouri. In 1936, the league was renamed the Arkansas-Missouri League.
The league began operations. New teams in Bentonville, Fayetteville, Rogers, and Siloam Springs joined. The winners of the first and second halves of the season played for the league championship at the end of the year.
|Bentonville Officeholders||40-35 (2nd half winner)|
|Siloam Springs Buffalos||37-31 (tied for 1st half winner)|
|Rogers Rustlers||36-35 (tied for 1st half winner)|
Rogers defeated Siloam Springs 1 game to none for the 1st half title. Rogers defeated Bentonville 4 games to 3 for the league championship.
|Siloam Springs Travellers||66-43 (2nd half winner)|
|Rogers Cardinals||59-50 (1st half winner)|
|Huntsville Red Birds||41-63|
Rogers defeated Siloam Springs 4 games to 3 for the championship.
All teams moved to the Arkansas–Missouri League, and the Arkansas State League folded.
- Sumner, Benjamin Barrett. Minor League Baseball Standings:All North American Leagues, Through 1999. Jefferson, N.C.:McFarland. ISBN 0-7864-0781-6