List of Texas League champions
The Texas League of Minor League Baseball is one of three Double-A baseball leagues in the United States. The circuit was founded in 1888 and ran through 1892. After two years of dormancy, it was revived as the Texas Association in 1895, the Texas-Southern League in 1896, and the Texas League from 1897 to 1899. With the exception of three years during World War II (1943–1945), the Texas League has been in continual operation since 1902. A league champion is determined at the end of each season. Champions have been determined by post-season playoffs, winning the regular season pennant, or being declared champion by the league office. Currently, the first- and second-half winners within each division (North and South) meet in a best-of-five series to determine division champions. Then, the North and South division winners play a best-of-five series to determine a league champion. These records are correct as of the completion of the 2015 post-season series.
- Score and finalist information is presented when post-season play occurred. The lack of this information indicates a league champion by virtue of finishing the season in first place or missing information.
- a Galveston and San Antonio were declared co-champions.
- b Dallas and Houston were declared co-champions.
- c Waco and Houston were declared co-champions.
- d From 1952 to 1964, first-place teams and playoff winners were declared co-champions.
- e Midland and Lafayette were declared co-champions.
- f Arkansas was declared champion after playoffs were cancelled in the wake the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
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- "Team Records". Texas League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 23, 2016.