1929-1932 Mississippi Valley League

The Mississippi Valley League teams of Keokuk produced the following major leaguers:
Joe Becker played for the Keokuk Indians in 1929, and played for the Cleveland Indians in '36 and '37, then went on to become a minor league coach.
Keokuk's catcher in 1932 was Ken O'Dea. He played professionally for the Cubs in 1935-38, as well as the New York Giants, and finished with St. Louis Cardinals in 1946.
A key player on the 1931 championship team was Roger Wolff. He eventually pitched for the Philadelphia Athletics, Washington Senators, Cleveland Indians, and Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1940’s.

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