|New York Lions||1||0||1||6||9|
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|04.07.1942||Mid-West Giants||3||Kentucky Wildcats||2|
|25.07.1942||New York Lions||6||Californian Eagles||9|
|05.09.1942||Mid-West Giants||4||Texas Terrors||3|
Three Baseball matches from the Northern Ireland Baseball League were played at Ravenhill, home of Ulster Rugby, during 1942, in aid of Charity.
The Mid-West Giants won two of these, against Texas Terrors & Kentucky Wildcats, whilst the Californian Eagles beat the New York Lions in the other match.
Teams in the Northern Ireland Baseball League were made up of US Air Force, Navy & Army men stationed in Northern Ireland during World War II, and represented different regions in the United States of America.
Sources / Newspapers
 Anon. (1942) Photos Belfast News-Letter. Monday, July 6, 1942. pg. 4.
 Anon. (1942) Baseball Thrill | “Eagles” beat the “Lions” Belfast News-Letter. Monday, July 27, 1942. pg. 6
 Anon. (1942) Photos Belfast News-Letter. Monday, September 7 1942. pg. 6.
Note: Copies of the Belfast News-Letter can be found at the British Newspaper Archive: https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/ which is a subscription service.
Thanks to Hugh Mulcahy
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