Oil City Oilers
Franchise History
(1884-1946)


Most wins in a season: 53 in 1941
Most losses in a season: 90 in 1946

The Oil City Oilers, an independent, minor league baseball team, played in the Iron & Oil Association, Iron and Oil League, Pennsylvania State Association and Middle Atlantic League between 1884 and 1946.


      

YearTeamLeagueWLAttendAvg.
1884Oil City OilersIron & Oil Association1818RosterStats
1895Oil City OilersIron and Oil League4231RosterStats
1898Oil City Oilers/Dunkirk-FredoniaIron and Oil League2230RosterStats
1941Oil City OilersPenn State League5357RosterStats
1942Oil City OilersPenn State League4863RosterStats
1946Oil City OilersMiddle Atlantic League4090RosterStats

Average attendance is based upon the number of actual home dates where known (most leagues from 1992 and later). Where the number of home dates is not known, the average is calculated using half the team's total games.

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