Oregon State League
The Oregon State League played one season (1904) as a four-team, class D organization. The league was not admitted to the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues until it moved the Vancouver, WA franchise, which was within the territoial limit of Portland, OR. On May 18 the Vancouver Soldiers moved to Albany, OR. The league disbanded on July 6 with the folding of Eugene and Roseburg clubs.
- Albany, OR: Albany Rollers 1904
- Eugene, OR: Eugene Blues 1904
- Roseburg, OR: Roseburg Shamrocks 1904
- Salem, OR: Salem Raglans 1904
- Vancouver, WA: Vancouver Soldiers 1904
Teams and Statistics
1904 Oregon State League
|Salem Raglans||27||13||.675||-||Jack Fay|
|Eugene Blues ##||22||19||.537||5.5||F.L. Dushane|
|Vancouver Soldiers / Albany Rollers #||17||24||.415||9.5||E.P. Preble|
|Roseburg Shamrocks ##||15||25||.375||12||Turkey Morrow|
No individual statistics available.
# Vancouver (3-8) moved to Albany May 18.
## Eugene and Roseburg disbanded July 6, causing the league to disband the same day.
The league was not admitted to the National Association until it vacated
Vancouver, Washington, which was in the territorial limit of Portland, Oregon of the Pacific Coast League.
The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball:Second Edition.