The Evansville team was given high praise for their success. Roy Reckord, a former Twilight League player was the manager. Many of the young men were underclassmen and formed a stronger team as they progressed through high school. As the new American Legion team was organized to play in the Home Talent Baseball League , a new baseball diamond was being prepared for their home games. Erickson to take O'Neill's job. The local teams were known as the Twilight Ball League. Broughton and Web Owen from Footville, both members of the Evansville traveling team, were often called by other teams to fill their roster.
Although there were four newspaper published in Evansville in the mids, it was rare that player's names were given in the reports of the games. The Giants also played against other professional traveling baseball teams. The lineup of teams that year included a Belleville team that placed second in the Southern Wisconsin Amateur League. The announcement was printed in the April 8, issue of the Review. If the adults could not maintain a traveling team, the high school boys were still eager to play baseball.
No one was assured a position until they had proved they could make the team. There were no traveling baseball teams in Then he transferred to the New York Metropolitans and played eleven games. Evansville ended the season in the middle of the team standings with five wins and 5 losses. More than fans traveled by car, bus and train to Comiskey Park to see Sperry play.
An adult baseball organizational meeting was held at Bernie Christensen's barbershop in early April Erickson was also able to retain several of the members of the high school team to play again in the season. Offy" out of Dayton, Ohio. This was a new league and the area teams were part of the eastern section of the Pure Home Talent group. The team was hitting as good in practice as Finstad had expected. Orfordville was able to rally and took home the league trophy by winning the game in the eighth inning with a score of 7 to 4.