Cleveland Forest City (1912)
|Cleveland Forest City|
|League||United States Baseball League|
|Ballpark||National Association Grounds|
|Former name(s)||Forest City (1912)|
Cleveland Forest City was a short-lived major-league franchise that collapsed after 1 month of play with the United States Baseball League in 1912. The Forest City were managed by Jack O'Connor and owned by W.L. Murphy.
|Reading (no name)||12||9||.571|
|Chicago Green Sox||10||12||.455|
|Cleveland Forest City||8||13||.381|
|New York Knickerbockers||2||15||.118|
The Forest City placed 7th in the one-year USBL at 8-13, only better than the New York Knickerbockers.