Macon Base Ball Park (as it was known then), went without pro baseball in its 2nd full season, with no league to play in, but they would join the Southeastern League in 1932. The team didn't do very well nor did the league as it wouldn't even finish out the season. Luther Williams Field would have to wait another 4 long years before pro baseball would return, and it did in 1936 as the Southern League gave it another go. The 1936 Peaches received their first actual affiliation as they signed on with the Cincinnati Reds organization.