- Location: Newark, NJ
- League: Eastern League 1908-1911; International League 1912-1916
In 1908, the Newark Sailors changed their name to the Newark Indians. From the start, the team featured great pitching - Tom Hughes led the Eastern League in strikeouts that first year, in 1909 Joe McGinnity led in wins (29), games (55) and strikeouts (195) while allowing just 297 hits in 422 innings, in 1910 McGinnity won 30 and Rube Waddell went 5-3 and McGinnity continued as player-manager for two more years. In 1913 the team won the International League pennant but they slipped from there and by 1916 were in last place in the IL. The team was replaced by the Newark Bears in 1917.
|1913||95-57||1st||Harry Smith||none League Champs|
|1915||26-26 (61-76 overall)||--||Harry Smith / Eddie Zimmerman||none||Team moved to Harrisburg July 2|