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Unlike many independent leagues, the Prairie League was original in its naming, choosing not to resurrect a name previously used by a defunct minor league. The professional eight-team league was founded in 1995 with a four-team US division (Minneapolis and the Dakotas) and a four-team Canadian division (Saskatchewan and Manitoba). Having produced several major league prospects, it closed shop after the 1997 season due to financial troubles.

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