Charlotte Hornets (baseball)

Charlotte Hornets (baseball)

The Charlotte Hornets was the name of an American minor league baseball franchise based in Charlotte, North Carolina. The club was originally founded in 1901, and lasted in some form until 1973, capturing 11 league titles during its history. From 1937-42 and 1946–72, the Hornets were a farm system affiliate of the original Washington Senators franchise and its post-1960 successor, the Minnesota Twins.

Read more about Charlotte Hornets (baseball):  Early History (1892–1936), Affiliation With The Senators/Twins (1937–1972), Memorable Teams and Players, History Since 1976

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