See which teams have claimed championship rings over the years.
Founded during World War II, the Carolina League's inaugural 1945 season featured two Southside Virginia cites. But throughout the 1940s and '50s it was known as a predominately North Carolina League. In those days it wasn't unusual for talented players to make a career out of Minor League Baseball. Learn more about the league's history.
|Geoff Lassiter||Winston-Salem, N.C.||2018-|
|John E. Hopkins||Greensboro, N.C.||1984-2017|
|James B. Mills||Apex, N.C.||1977-83|
|Wallace McKenna||Lynchburg, Va.||1970-76|
|Julian Clyde (Bill) Jessup||Wilson, N.C.||1957-69|
|Glen E. (Ted) Mann||Durham, N.C.||1949-56|
|Herb J. Brett||Danville, Va.||1949|
|Carroll T. Brown||Martinsville, Va.||1948|
|Dr. Thomas S. Wilson||Draper, N.C.||1945-47|
1806 Pembroke Road
Greensboro, NC 27408
Telephone: (336) 691-9030 | Fax: (336) 464-2737
President: John Hopkins
Vice President: Billy Prim
Secretary: Ken Young
Accountant: John Schwarz
Office Assistant: Marnee Larkins
Directors: D.G. Elmore (Lynchburg), Tim Zue (Salem), Chuck Greenberg (Myrtle Beach), Steve Bryant (Carolina), Dave Heller (Wilmington), Billy Prim (Winston-Salem), Art Silber (Potomac), Dave Ziedelis (Frederick).
Years League Active: 1945-present
Number of Games: 140
- Northern - Frederick Keys (Baltimore Orioles), Lynchburg Hillcats (Cleveland Indians), Potomac Nationals (Washington Nationals), Salem Red Sox (Boston Red Sox), Wilmington Blue Rocks (Kansas City Royals).
- Southern - Buies Creek Astros (Houston Astros), Carolina Mudcats (Atlanta Braves), Down East Wood Ducks (Texas Rangers), Myrtle Beach Pelicans (Chicago Cubs), Winston-Salem Dash (Chicago White Sox).
Roster Limit: 25 Active, 35 under control
Statistician: Major League Baseball Advanced Media
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