|Sport||Negro league baseball|
|No. of teams||6|
The West Coast Negro Baseball Association (WCNBA) was a Negro baseball league which operated in 1946. It was founded by Abe Saperstein and Jesse Owens. It is considered a minor league as it did not compete for talent with the established Negro National League or Negro American League. The teams that played with the WCNBA had sometimes did horse races to entertain their viewers in Doubleheader Games. By the time the WCNBA was organized, quality black talent was beginning to be siphoned off by white leagues due to Jackie Robinson's breaking of the baseball color line the same year. After two months of the league being created, it had been disbanded and the league no longer existed.
- Los Angeles, California: Los Angeles White Sox
- Oakland, California: Oakland Larks
- Portland, Oregon: Portland Rosebuds
- San Diego, California: San Diego Tigers
- San Francisco, California: San Francisco Sea Lions
- Seattle, Washington: Seattle Steelheads
- "Guide to the West Coast Negro Baseball Association Collection" (PDF). Online Archives of California. Retrieved April 19, 2019.
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