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From BR Bullpen
The Vernon Tigers played in the Pacific Coast League, beginning operations in 1909 when the PCL expanded from 4 to 6 teams. They made their home in a suburb of Los Angeles. For the 1913-14 seasons and part of 1915 the team was moved temporarily to Venice, CA where they were known as the Venice Tigers. After the 1925 season, the club moved north and became the San Francisco Missions.
 Year-by-Year Record
|1909||80-131||6th||W.L. "Happy" Hogan||none|
|1910||113-107||4th||W.L. "Happy" Hogan||none|
|1911||118-88||2nd||W.L. "Happy" Hogan||none|
|1912||118-93||2nd||W.L. "Happy" Hogan||none|
|1915||59-54 (102-104 overall)||4th||Dick Bayless / Doc White||none||Venice (43-50) moved to Vernon July 11|
|1918||58-44||1st||Bill Essick||League suspended operations July 14|
|1919||111-70||1st||Bill Essick||none League Champs|
|1920||110-88||1st||Bill Essick||none League Champs|
|1925||80-120||8th||Bill Essick / Rube Ellis||none|