Big Spring Bombers


Big Spring Bombers

The Big Spring Bombers were a minor league baseball team located in Big Spring, Texas. They operated for one season, in 1941, in the West Texas-New Mexico League. They were an affiliate of the Brooklyn Dodgers.


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