Nashville Vols Seasons
The Nashville Vols minor league baseball team played 62 seasons from its inception in Nashville, Tennessee in 1901 through its final season of 1963. The club played in 9,002 regular season games and compiled a win–loss record of 4,566–4,436.
The club was established in 1901 as a charter member of the Southern Association (SA). Originally known as the Nashville Baseball Club during their first seven seasons, they were officially named the Nashville Volunteers in 1908. However, the team was, and is, commonly referred to as the Vols. Their last season in the SA was 1961. After sitting out the 1962 season, the Vols returned for a final season as a part of the South Atlantic League (SAL) in 1963. Over their 62-year existence, the Vols competed at four class levels: Class B (1901), Class A (1902–1935), Class A1 (1936–1945), and Double-A (1946–1961, 1963). They served as a farm club for six major league teams.
The Vols won the SA Pennant in 1901, 1902, 1908, 1916, 1940, 1943, 1948, 1949, and 1953. They won the Dixie Series, a best-of-seven playoff series between the SA and Texas League, in 1940, 1941, 1942, and 1949.
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