The Albany Travelers dropped to 2nd place in 1936, with a 60-53 record (.531), finishing 6 games out of 1st. After an off season in 1937 where they finished 4th (59-66, .472, 15.5 games out), they were back on top in their final season at Albany Ballpark. The Travelers put together an awesome 84-42 record (.667) record behind Manger Johnny Keane. Bill Endicott led the league in hitting (.354), while Lee Riley led in home runs (8) and runs scored (128) and Ed Murphy led the league in RBI (113). The pitching was just as good with Henry Novak Albany leading the league in wins (20) and strikeouts (165). The team was unstoppable throughout the season and they would win 4 out of 6 in the finals to take the 1938 GFL Championship.