Austin Pioneers Baseball Club (Texas) 1940s-60s

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The Austin Pioneers played from 1947 to 1955 at Disch Field. They were one of the eight original teams that formed the Big State League, a Class B minor league baseball circuit featuring clubs exclusively based in Texas.

The 1947 Big State League debuted with the Pioneers along with the Gainesville Owls, Greenville Majors, Paris Red Peppers, Sherman–Denison Twins, Texarkana Bears, Waco Dons and Wichita Falls Spudders.

The team subsequently became the Austin Senators team and in 1965, the Austin Braves for a final two seasons..

Our high quality 11oz. ceramic mug is perfect for all hot & cold beverages for when you're watching the game, or anytime.   (You can find the matching tee, which pairs as a great gift, here.)

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• High Gloss + Premium White Finish

• ORCA Coating

• Dishwasher and Microwave Safe

• 3.7″H x 3.7″W x 3.2″D

• 10.2″ Circumference