(1909–1917, 1926–1932, 1936–1942, 1946–1959)
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|League||South Atlantic League (1959)|
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The Columbus Foxes were a minor league baseball team that played in Columbus, Georgia.
They resurfaced as a St. Louis Cardinals affiliate known first as the Columbus Red Birds and then the Columbus Cardinals from 1936–1955 in the South Atlantic League. As the Red Birds, they won two league championships. Their first came in 1936 under manager Eddie Dyer, and their second came in 1940 under manager Clay Hopper.
They returned to the Foxes after the Cardinals left in 1956 and became affiliated with the Baltimore Orioles in 1956, the Cardinals again in 1957, and the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1958. The team played in the Alabama–Florida League in 1958.
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