The Youngstown Browns was a baseball team in the Mid-Atlantic League that was based in Youngstown, Ohio, between 1939 and 1941. The team's overall performance was uneven, but it peaked during its second season.
In 1939, the Browns ranked seventh in the eight-team league, but the team rebounded the following year. In 1940, the Browns were poised to take the championship but lost to the Akron Yankees.
The Browns disbanded when the Mid-Atlantic League suspended operations at the outset of America's entry into World War II. The team is best remembered for its role in launching the career of major league player Floyd Baker, who married a Youngstown native and made the city his honorary hometown.
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