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The Central California League was a short-lived class D experiment that ran in just 1910 and 1911 as an 8-team league. Of the 8 teams that started 1910, 7 moved during the year, 3 of them twice or more, and 3 disbanded. In all, 15 different sites were used in 1910, with 2 having 2 different teams come through. 1911 was much more stable as only 2 teams moved and 2 folded. The league finally folded on July 9, 1911. The interesting part of the league was that it played a full schedule, but only the weekend games counted.

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[edit] Cities Represented

[edit] Teams and Statistics

[edit] 1910-1911

1910 Central California League
Presidents: D.C. Anderson / E.H. Raymond / E.T. Shortall

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Richmond Merchants 18 10 .643 0 NA
Healdsburg / San Leandro # 17 11 .607 1 Pop Wieland
St. Helena / Fruitvale / Alameda ## 19 13 .594 1 Nathan Coombs
Santa Rosa / Alameda / Oakland / Berkeley ### 14 15 .483 4.5 William Bailey / T. Walton
Petaluma / Elmhurst ##### 8 18 .308 9 Dennis Healy / W.D. Thomas
San Rafael / Hayward / Fruitvale ###### 7 17 .292 9 Englefield / Hull / Heyer
Vallejo #### 4 2 .667 NA Charles McCauley
Napa #### 3 4 .429 NA Earl Raymond
Playoff: Alameda Alerts 2 games, Richmond 0.
The league played a full schedule but only the weekend games counted.
#Healdsburg moved to San Leandro April 24.
##St. Helena moved to Fruitvale April 24, then to Alameda July 10.
###Santa Rosa moved to Alameda May 5, then to Oakland July 10, then to Berkley July 31.
####Valleyjo and Napa disbanded May 29.
#####Petaluma moved to Elmhurst June 5.
######San Rafael moved to Hayword June 12, then to Fruitvale July 10
The franchise disbanded October 9.
No Individual Statistics Available.


1911 Central California League
Presidents: D.C. Anderson / E.T. Shortall

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
San Leandro Cherry Pickers 10 3 .769 0 NA
Alameda Alerts 8 5 .615 2 NA
Vallejo Pastimes 8 5 .615 2 NA
Richmond Merchants 8 6 .571 2.5 NA
Berkeley Clarions ### 5 6 .455 4 NA
Elmhurst / Oakland ## 4 7 .364 5 NA
Haywood Cubs 4 9 .308 6 NA
Fruitvale / Alameda # 4 10 .286 6.5 NA
No Playoffs
No individual statistics available
#Fruitvale (1-7) moved to Alameda May 28
##Elmhurst moved to Oakland June 4, then disbanded June 18
###Berkeley disbanded June 23
The league disbanded July 29.



[edit] Source

The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball: Second Edition.

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