|Ownership||John J. Ryan|
|General Manager||Hugh McKinnon|
The Cincinnati Pippins were a franchise in the United States Baseball League based in Cincinnati, Ohio and was owned by New York attorney John J. Ryan. The team and the league lasted just over a month, from May 1 to June 5, 1912. The highest amount of games played by any of the eight team league was 26. The USBL originally planned to have a 126-game season.
In the one and only year for the United States Baseball League, the Pippins held a 12-10 record at 4th place in the league.
|Reading (no name)||12||9||.571|
|Chicago Green Sox||10||12||.455|
|Cleveland Forest City||8||13||.381|
|New York Knickerbockers||2||15||.118|