Western Inter-State League

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The 1895 Western Inter-State League was a Non-Signatory 19th Century Leagues, which meant that it did not sign the National Agreement of 1883. The name was also sometimes used to designate the Central Inter-State League in its final season, 1890.

Cities Represented[edit]

1895 Western Inter-State League
President:

Team Standings W L PCT GB Managers
Terre Haute 12 5 .706 - William Schneider
Bloomington Suckers 9 3 .750 .5 Pa Rourke
Ft. Wayne 6 4 .600 2.5 Charley Jewell
Aurora 2 12 .143 8.5 William McDowell
Lafayette/Anderson $ 8 5 .615 NA Al Fisher/Ed McCauley
Hammond # 3 11 .214 NA Al Tebeau

$ Lafayette (7-5) transferred to Anderson May 15, then disbanded May 18
# Hammond disbanded May 20

Player Statistics
Player Team Stat Tot Player Team Stat Tot
Bill Mitchell Terre Haute/Hammond BA .438 W.S. Woodside Terre Haute W 6
Ed Eiteljorge Terre Haute Runs 25 Robert Walsh Ft. Wayne PCT 1.000 4-0
Willard Holland Terre Haute Runs 25
Bill Mitchell Terre Haute/Hammond Hits 35
Bill Rafferty Lafayette HR 3
Ed Riley Aurora HR 3
Bill Geiss Bloomington HR 3
A.M. Gifford Terre Haute/Hammond HR 3
F. Schaub Hammond SB 6

Source[edit]

The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball: Third Edition