Mobile Sea Gulls
- Location: Mobile, AL
- League: Cotton States League 1905-1907; Southern Association 1908-1917
The Mobile Sea Gulls played the fastest game in organized baseball history - at the time - on September 17, 1910, beating the Atlanta Crackers, 2-1, in 32 minutes at Ponce de Leon Park in Atlanta, GA; that record was eclipsed by a North Carolina State League game played in Asheville, NC in 1916.
|1905||6-26 (24-53 overall)||8th||George "King" Kelley / George Reed||League disbanded July 31|
|1906||74-44||1st||George Reed / Joe "Red" Wright / Charles Miller||none League Champs|
|1907||82-52||1st||Bernie McCay||none League Champs|
|1911||57-76||7th||James Holmes / George Rohe / Harry Swacina||none|
|1912||79-58||2nd||Michael J. Finn||none|
|1913||81-57||2nd||Michael J. Finn||none|
|1916||45-91||8th||Charles Schmidt (39-57) / Matty McIntyre (6-34)||none|
|1917||34-117||8th||Matty McIntyre (9-26) / Frank "Pop" Kitchens (25-91)|
- Wynn Montgomery: "That Was Quick !", in Ken Fenster and Wynn Montgomery, eds: Baseball in the Peach State, The National Pastime, SABR, Volume 40 (2010), pp. 59-61.