1968 Carolina League


The 1968 season was the Carolina League's 27th, and 12 teams competed in the league that year. The High Point-Thomasville Hi-Toms won the 1968 Carolina League championship.

Level: A
Season Began: Sunday, April 14, 1968
Season Ended: Monday, September 2, 1968

1968 Carolina League Standings
1968 Carolina League League Leaders

Burlington Senators (56-84) - Roster | Statistics - Washington Senators affiliate
Greensboro Patriots (61-79) - Roster | Statistics - Houston Astros affiliate
High Point-Thomasville Hi-Toms (69-71) - Roster | Statistics
Kinston Eagles (62-75) - Roster | Statistics - New York Yankees affiliate
Lynchburg White Sox (68-72) - Roster | Statistics - Chicago White Sox affiliate
Peninsula Grays (75-65) - Roster | Statistics - Oakland Athletics affiliate
Portsmouth Tides (80-60) - Roster | Statistics - Philadelphia Phillies affiliate
Raleigh-Durham Mets (83-56) - Roster | Statistics - New York Mets affiliate
Rocky Mount Leafs (70-70) - Roster | Statistics - Detroit Tigers affiliate
Salem Rebels (85-55) - Roster | Statistics - Pittsburgh Pirates affiliate
Wilson Tobs (71-68) - Roster | Statistics - Minnesota Twins affiliate
Winston-Salem Red Sox (56-81) - Roster | Statistics - Boston Red Sox affiliate


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