From Ohio History Central
The Cleveland Broncos was a professional baseball team from Cleveland, Ohio. The team existed only for the 1902 season. The team played in the American League, a professional league that still exists today as one of the two leagues in Major League Baseball. The team won sixty-nine games and lost sixty-seven, finishing fifth in the league. The owners of the Cleveland Broncos changed the team�s name to the Cleveland Naps for the 1903 season. In 1912, the Naps became known as the Cleveland Molly Maguires and then, in 1915, as the Cleveland Indians.