- Location: Longview, TX
- League: South Central League 1912; East Texas League 1923-1926, 1931, 1936-1939; Lone Star League 1927; Texas League 1932; Dixie League 1933; West Dixie League 1934-1935
- Affiliation: St. Louis Browns 1932; Chicago White Sox 1934-1939
The team may also have been the Longview White Sox in 1939
In 1938 Joe "Lefty" Winfield played for the Longview Cannibals. He was working for Humble Oil at the time when he was approached by the Longview team to Pitch. He pitched and won his first game and was signed on. He was 9-5 with a 4.14 ERA in 1938 He was also 33 years old at the time. He went on to play 12 years total and was a manager one year. He played with Pt. Arthur, New Orleans, Tyler, Wichita Falls, Abbeville, and Marshall
Info provided by Jerry Winfield/Davis O Barker provided the data.
* Due to Sulphur Springs disbanding June 7, 1925, Longview was consolidated with Mt. Pleasant, playing games in both cities as the Longview-Mount Pleasant Longcats until July 12 when the club settled permanantly in Longview.