That one Major League season here in Waco would put Katy Park on the map and that vacancy brought yet another caller... this time it would be the equally nomadic St. Louis Browns, who were wandering the lands playing in different Minor League parks every Spring Training. After playing in Montgomery in 1912, the St. Louis Browns came to this ballpark for the 1913 spring season (playing only here and not at Carroll Field), bringing with them a truly awful team. The 96 loss Browns featured Gus Williams whose 5 HR would lead the team in power for the entire year and a pitching staff featuring George Baumgardner (10-20, 3.13), Carl Weilman (10-19, 3.40) and Walt Leverenz (6-17, 2.58). In fairness… these were some excellent ERAs as this team was plagued by horrible hitting (such as SS Mike Balenti who hit .180 on the year). By 1914, the Browns were off again, this time to Florida to play at Coffee Pot Park in St. Petersburg. Though the Browns were not quite the best Major League team in the game… having 2 different Major League franchises call Waco Texas their training camp for an entire month in back to back years, was certainly the excitement of the entire town.