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The nickname came from Greenville's textiles industry.


[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1908 48-36 2nd Tom Stouch none
1909 61-51 3rd Tom Stouch none
1910 63-40 1st Tom Stouch none League Champs
1911 42-64 6th Tom Stouch none
1912 34-78 6th Tom Stouch / Glenn Colby none
1919 52-45 3rd Bill Laval none
1920 72-55 2nd Bill Laval / Patsy O'Rourke none
1921 71-76 4th Lew Wendell / Doc Pressly none
1922 50-82 6th Cliff Blankenship none
1923 77-65 3rd Zinn Beck
1924 59-61 4th Zinn Beck none
1925 60-68 6th Zinn Beck / Pat Crawford none
1926 98-50 1st Frank Walker none League Champs
1927 92-56 1st Frank Walker none League Champs
1928 60-88 8th Frank Walker none
1929 71-73 4th Frank Walker
1930 85-57 2nd Joe Schepner League Champs
1931 37-39 3rd Nelson Leach / Sherry Smith League disbanded July 23
1938 53-83 8th E.A. "Jiggs" Donahue
1939 64-76 5th Alex McColl
1940 77-72 4th Alex McColl / Gus Brittain Lost in 1st round
1941 60-77 7th Gus Brittain / George Nix
1942 61-74 6th Eddie Phillips
1946 76-62 3rd Ivy Griffin Lost in 1st round
1947 77-77 5th Frenchy Bordagaray (54-45) / Pepper Martin (23-32)
1948 84-69 3rd Greg Mulleavy League Champs
1949 82-72 3rd Clay Bryant Lost League Finals
1950 68-85 6th Oscar Grimes
1951 38-98 8th Vance Carlson / David Burke / Macklin Stewart
1952 63-76 6th Ralph DiLullo
1954 68-72 3rd George Bradshaw / Dickson Hendley Lost in 1st round
1955 60-55 2nd Earl Wooten Lost League Finals
1961 72-66 3rd Roy Hartsfield none
1962 65-75 5th Roy Hartsfield
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