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History Of Baseball In Portland, Oregon - Pacific Coast League: 1903–1917
... The Portland Baseball Club began play in the PCL in 1903, being known as the Portland Browns ... Portland finished fifth in the league at the end of the 1903 season ... In 1904 the Portland team, finished the season with a 74-136 record, setting a PCL record for the most losses in a season ...
Portland Beavers - Franchise History - Establishment of A Portland Team: 1903–1918
... On December 10, 1902, Henry Harris, the owner of the California League's San Francisco team announced that the Pacific Northwest League team from Portland, the Portland Webfoots, and a new team from Seattle were ... Before the Portland franchise joined the PCL, the president of the Pacific Northwest League, Henry Lucas, was adamant in keeping the Portland ... A team in the Pacific Northwest League was formed called the Portland Green Gages, which folded early in its first season ...
Portland Webfoots - History
... This began a debate over whether or not Portland should hold a team in the 1902 league expansion with the California League into the Pacific Coast League ... This led to a long debate over the inclusion of the Portland team in the Pacific Coast League ... Both the Portland and Seattle clubs first wanted to create a rival league to the Pacific Coast League ...

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