Along with hosting Pacific Coast League baseball, Vaughn Street Park was home to the Pacific International League, the Pacific National League and the Pacific Northwest League as well as a Negro League team known as the Portland Rosebuds. The first team ever to play here was the Pacific Northwest League's "Portland Webfoots" (one of several silly names this team would carry in its early years). The original Webfoots would compete against he Seattle Clamiggers, Butte Miners, Spokane Smoke Eaters, Helena Senators and Tacoma Tigers. (San Francisco and Los Angeles would also join the league in 1902). In 1901 the Webfoots showed right off the bat that this stadium would be one for the ages as Portland fielded a 20 year old up and coming 3B named Joe Tinker (27 2B, 7 3B, 3 HR, .290) who would go on to become part of the most famous double-play combination in the history of the game … Tinker to Evers to Chance. Tinker's famous defensive exploits would see him elected to the Hall of Fame in 1946 making this ballpark a historic stadium in its very first season. That inaugural team went 73-35 as Joe Tinker led the Webfoots to their first Championship… and one of many.