In 1903, a sudden coup would come to Vaughn Street Park. An upstart independent league making promises of grandeur convinced the stadium to kick the Webfoots and their Pacific National League out onto the curb. Though it wasn't yet part of the official "Minor League system" just yet... this indy league had scooped up nearly all of the great West Coast cities including Los Angeles (who named themselves the Angels), Oakland (naming their team the Oaks), Sacramento (playing as the Senators), San Francisco (who decided to call themselves the Seals) and Seattle who weren't quite there yet with the "Seattle Siwashes". As you can probably tell this new upstart league would decide to name themselves… The "Pacific Coast League".