The city’s earliest minor league days can be traced back to the Jacksonville Jays, a Class C team in the South Atlantic League that started play in 1904. The club changed its name to the Tarpons in 1911 and then to the Roses in 1917. Jacksonville did not see minor league baseball following that 1917 campaign until 1921, when the Jacksonville Scouts played in the Florida State League. In 1922, the team’s name changed again, this time to the Indians, but the city then went several more years without a professional baseball squad… read more >
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