Southern California Trolley League
From BR Bullpen
The six-team Southern California Trolley League only existed in 1910; disbanding on June 12. It was a class D circuit. All the teams were located in the greater Los Angeles area, which meant that teams could go from game to game by street-car, hence the league's name. Both the Los Angeles Maiers and Pasadena Silk Sox folded on May 3.
 Cities Represented
- Long Beach, CA: Long Beach Clothiers 1910
- Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles McCormicks 1910; Los Angeles Maiers 1910
- Pasadena, CA: Pasadena Silk Sox 1910
- Redondo Beach, CA: Redondo Beach Wharf Rats 1910
- Santa Ana, CA: Santa Ana Walnut Growers 1910
 Teams and Statistics
1910 Southern California Trolley League
President: James McCormick
|Redondo Beach Wharf Rats||9||2||.818||0||George Love|
|Santa Ana Walnut Growers||8||3||.727||1||Meats|
|Long Beach Clothiers||4||5||.444||4||S.J. Abrams|
|Los Angeles McCormicks||2||7||.222||6||NA|
|Los Angeles Maiers #||1||3||.250||NA||NA|
|Pasadena Silk Sox #||0||4||.000||NA||Joe Judge / Frank Abbott|
# Los Angeles Maiers and Pasadena disbanded May 3.
The league disbanded June 13.
|Chief Encoe||Long Beach||BA||.429||Tommy Ybarrondo||Redondo Beach||W||5|
|Eddie Teck||Santa Ana||Runs||9||Myers||Long Beach||SO||50|
|Chief Encoe||Long Beach||Hits||12||Tommy Ybarrondo||Redondo Beach||PCT||.833 5-1|
The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball: Second and Third Editions.
 Further Reading
- Jay Berman: "A Streetcar Named Obscurity: The (very) short-lived Southern California Trolley League", The National Pastime, SABR, Number 20 (2000), pp. 58-60.