Hawaiian Islands

Baseball was played throughout the Territory of Hawaii during WWII. Aside from 1944 Service World Series, scorecards continue to surface that were used for games in many of the organizations including the Central Pacific and Honolulu Leagues. As examples are found, provided or acquired, we will add them to the list.

GameTeamsVenueDate
Independence Day Program*Sub Base Pearl vs Schofield Barracks Redlanders | Bellows Field Flyers vs Schofield Barracks Red LandersChickamauga Park, Oahu, HITuesday, July 4, 1943
Navy versus Major League All-Stars*U.S. Navy vs Major League All-StarsWeaver Field, Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, HIWednesday, April 19, 1944
War Bond Baseball Game – Honolulu*Major League All-Stars vs Honolulu League All-StarsHonolulu Stadium, Honolulu, HISaturday, April 29, 1944
Williams Sportlight
Hawaii League 3rd Round
*
7th Army Air Force Fliers and Pearl Harbor Sub Base Dolphins. Hawaii League civilian clubs.Honolulu, HIJune 18 – July 8, 1944
AAA Baseball League Double Header*Navy “Flyers” vs Hawaiis
Navy “Little Varsity” vs Renords
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, HISunday, July 9, 1944
Williams Sportlight
Hawaii League 4th Round
7th Army Air Force Fliers and Pearl Harbor Sub Base Dolphins. Hawaii League civilian clubs.Honolulu, HIJuly 9 – Aug 29, 1944
23rd Game, Sub Base vs Klipper*Pearl Harbor Submarine Base Dolphins visiting NAS Kaneohe Bay KlippersNAS Kaneohe Bay,
Kaneohe, HI
Friday, August 11, 1944
Central Pacific Area Service League*Aiea Hospital vs 7th Army Air ForceFurlong Field, CHA3, Pearl Harbor, HIFriday, August 25, 1944
Klipper Day*NAS Honolulu Crossroaders at NAS Kaneohe Bay KlippersNAS Kaneohe Bay,
Kaneohe, HI
Sunday, September 16, 1945
1945 Navy World Series*Navy American vs National LeaguersSeptember 26-October 6, 1945Sunday, October 15, 1944
*” denotes item is part of the Chevrons and Diamonds private collection.

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