Juan Carlos Sulbaran sent down to AA

The organization of the St. Louis Cardinals has sent Juan Carlos Sulbaran down to AA Springfield (Texas League) from AAA Memphis. The 26-year old right hander from Curacao had a dream start at AAA with Memphis as he won his first two games with a low ERA. But from that point he started to struggle …

Minor League History: Arkansas-Missouri League

In 1936 the Arkansas State League became the Arkansas-Missouri League. The league kept operating as a Class D league. During the crisis years in the 1930s only three leagues survived: the Northeast Arkansas League, the Cotton States League and the Arkansas-Missouri League. The league was a product of the farm system that the St. Louis …

Minor League history: Arkansas State League

In this edition the Arkansas State League is placed in the foot light. The Arkansas State League had several runs.  The first Arkansas State League operated just one season in 1894 followed by a second edition in 1897. The league that started in 1908 was a Class D league and lasted two seasons before it dissolved. The …

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