- Location: Scranton, PA
- League: Pennsylvania State Association 1887; Central League 1888; Pennsylvania State League 1893; Eastern League 1894, 1896-1897; Atlantic League 1899-1900; New York State League 1904-1917; New York-Penn League 1923-1937; Eastern League 1944-1945, 1952-1953
- Affiliation: Pittsburgh Pirates 1936; Boston Braves 1937; Boston Red Sox 1944-1945; St. Louis Browns 1952; Washington Senators 1953
The first Scranton Miners played in the 1887 Pennsylvania State Association.
In 1892, the name was revived by a team in the Pennsylvania State League and ran played for two years.
A third Scranton Miners played in the Eastern League in 1896-1897.
The Atlantic League used the name from 1899-1900.
The fifth Scranton Miners began play in the New York State League in July 1904 when the Schenectady Electricians relocated to Scranton, Pennsylvania in midseason. The team won pennants in 1906 and 1908 before the league folded after the 1917 season.
A sixth Scranton Miners was established when the New York-Penn League was formed in 1923. This club won a regular season title in 1935 and a playoff championship in 1936 but ceased operations after the 1937 season.
A seventh and eighth, and to date last, Scranton Miners club later played several seasons in the Eastern League (1944-1945 and 1952-1953).
|1887||11-10||NA||Harry Fisher / John Fogarty|
|1894||8-31||7th||Tom Cahill / Martin Swift||Team moved from Pennsylvania State League to replace Troy on July 26|
|1896||44-67||8th||Michael McDermott / Sandy Griffin|
|1899||25-38||--||Marty Swift||none||Team disbanded on July 9|
|1900||26-7||1st||Walt Burnham||--||League disbanded on June 12|
|1904||27-36 (47-75 overall)||7th||Benjamin Ellis / Lou O'Neal / Tom Bannon||none||relocated from Schenectady on July 17|
|1905||56-67||6th||Jim Garry / Edward Ashenbach||none|
|1906||82-48||1st||Edward Ashenbach||none League Champs|
|1908||84-51||1st||Malachi Kittridge||none League Champs|
|1913||49-91||8th||Richard Smith / Bob Peterson / John Kelly||none|
|1914||42-94||8th||John Kelly / Bill Coughlin||none|
|1917||38-84||6th||Bill Coughlin / Jack Connors||none|
|1926||84-50||1st||Jack Egan||none League Champs|
|1931||69-70||6th||Buck Elliott / Ernie Vick||none|
|1932||72-68||4th||Bill Clymer (30-41) / Bob Shawkey (41-27)||none|
|1935||81-54||1st||Joe Shaute||Lost League Finals|
|1936||78-60||2nd||Elmer Yoter||League Champs|