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The four-team Connecticut Association, also known as the Eastern Connecticut League, was a class D league that operated only in 1910. The Norwich team disbanded on July 10 with the remnants forming with the Meriden franchise, which folded two weeks later on July 24. The season was ended on August 4. It was gone by the next year.
 Cities Represented
- Meriden, CT: Meriden Doublins 1910
- Middletown, CT: Middletown Jewels 1910
- New London, CT: New London Whalers 1910
- Norwich, CT: Norwich Bonbons 1910
- Willimantic, CT: Willimantic Colts 1910
 Teams & Statistics
1910 Connecticut Association
President: Daniel Dunn
|New London Whalers||32||25||.561||0||Charles Humphrey|
|Middletown Jewels||26||24||.520||2.5||Tom Bannon / Walter Bellis|
|Norwich #/ Meriden||19||25||.413||6.5||Dennis Hayes / John Stone / Patsey Flanagan|
|Willimantic Colts||19||28||.404||8||Daniel Dunn|
first home game July 19. The team disbanded July 24.
The season officially ended August 4.
|Thomas Dunlap||Middletown||Runs||38||Fred Rieger||New London||W||17|
|J. Sullivan||Willimantic||Runs||38||Kid Smith||Norw/Willim||Pct||.682; 15-7|
|Jim Nealon||New London||Hits||83|
The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball: Second Edition.
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