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The Mobile Sea Gulls (1908-1917) became the Bears in 1918. The Bears changed to the Mobile Marines for 1931.

The Knoxville Smokies moved to Mobile on July 5, 1944, completing the circle, as the Mobile Marines had moved to Knoxville on July 22, 1931.


[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1918 35-32 3rd Patsy Flaherty League suspended operations June 28
1919 67-69 4th Bob Coleman none
1920 68-86 6th Bob Coleman none
1921 58-94 7th Herman Bronkie none
1922 97-55 1st Bert Niehoff none League Champs
1923 88-66 2nd Bert Niehoff none
1924 68-84 5th Emil Huhn none
1925 73-78 5th Kid Elberfeld none
1926 56-96 7th Duffy Lewis (25-35) / Milt Stock (31-61) none
1927 67-87 6th Milt Stock none
1928 74-76 4th Milt Stock / Rudy Hulswitt
1929 57-95 7th Rudy Hulswitt none
1930 40-112 8th James Hamilton none
1944 32-38 (63-74 overall) 6th Buddy Lewis
1945 74-65 3rd Clay Hopper League Champs
1946 75-78 6th Al Todd
1947 94-59 1st Al Todd League Champs
1948 75-75 4th Al Todd Lost in 1st round
1949 82-69 3rd Paul Chervinko Lost League Finals
1950 70-79 6th Paul Chervinko
1951 80-74 3rd Paul Chervinko Lost in 1st round
1952 80-73 3rd Ed Head Lost League Finals
1953 66-87 7th Ed Head
1954 63-91 8th Stan Wasiak (25-35) / Greg Mulleavy (38-56)
1955 79-75 4th Clay Bryant League Champs
1956 82-73 3rd Jo-Jo White Lost in 1st round
1957 75-78 5th Don Heffner
1958 84-68 2nd Mel McGaha Lost League Finals
1959 89-63 2nd Mel McGaha League Champs
1960 79-72 5th Al Hollingsworth (18-11) / Johnny Lipon (61-51) none
1961 61-92 8th Ernie White none
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