The new team was dubbed… the "Vancouver Maple Leafs" and took the field in 1937 much to Bob Brown's dismay. The new Maple Leafs were a decent franchise, finishing in 3rd place, only 3.5 games out of 1st. Frank Mountain was the Maple Leaf's big star batting .295 with 27 2B, 10 3B and a team leading 10 HR. Anelo Ferraris (46 2B, 3 3B, 9 HR, .331) and Ralph Samhammer (43 2B, 6 3B, 6 HR, .276) proved that Con Jones was a "doubles park". Henry Smith led the rotation with a 21-10, 3.20 record but Rex Cecil (9-20, 3.43) negated any good that Henry did and kept the team out of the playoffs.