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What was the name of the league the Harrisburg Senators belonged to between the years 1925 - 1936?


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2004-10-11 02:23:16
2004-10-11 02:23:16

Harrisburg joined the New York-Pennsylvania League, a Class B loop in its second year of existence. During its twelve-year stay, the club, also known as the Senators, won titles in 1927, 1928 and 1931. After a pair of second division finishes, the team dropped out of the league after the 1935 season. I found this information for you at www. minorleaguebaseball.com.

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