Nicknamed the Green Sox, derived to the youthfulness of the players. Managed by Cy Young. During the winter months the league reorganized itself. It was assumed that the Green Sox would be around for the 1914 season. However, Cleveland Indians owner Charles Somers proceeded to move Toledo Mud Hens to Cleveland in order to prevent the Green Sox from continuing in the city. As a result the Green Sox were dropped from the league on January 7, 1914. The team was then sold to Bernard Hepburn, who moved it to Toronto, ON where it became the Toronto Beavers.