21 Game Winner Cliff Coggin led the league in 1950, and Ronald Lurk's 1.55 ERA led him in that category. The great pitching led the Sports to a .591 winning pct. in 2nd place, and the playoffs in their first season back in the Cotton States League. (They had played at Casino Park for the Cotton States League until 1941). They would lose in the first round to Hot Springs. 80,000 fans showed up to see the team (2nd in the league). They would land in 1st place with a .631 % in 1951 thanks to Billy Muffets' 22 wins and 2.25 ERA (both led the league), and again they lost in the first round (to Natchez). The Sports led the league in attendance with 71k.