|Medford Nuggets / Rogues|
|Minor league affiliations|
|League||Far West League|
|Major league affiliations|
|Jackson County Baseball Park|
The Medford Nuggets formed part of the Far West League from 1948 through 1949. They were an affiliate of the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1948 but were unaffiliated in 1949. Some sources list the team as the Medford Dodgers in the 1948 season. The team played their home games at Jackson County Baseball Park (renamed "Miles Field" in 1969) in Medford.
|1948||66–56||2nd||Larry Shepard||Lost 1st round|
The Rogues were an affiliate of the New York Giants in 1950 and were unaffiliated in 1951. The team folded in 1951 when they were unable to find a new home field after the ballpark was destroyed in a mysterious fire following a night game on July 3.
|Lost 1st round|
Later teams in Medford
The Medford franchise was known to have paved the way for future teams in the city like the Medford Giants, Medford Dodgers, and the Medford A's / Southern Oregon Timberjacks of the short-season Class A Northwest League.
- "Miles Field". Medford, Oregon: Waymarking. Retrieved October 31, 2015.
- "Medford Rogues win series". Eugene Register-Guard. Oregon. September 2, 1950. p. 8.
- "Larks, Medford clubs assured of quiet Fourth". Eugene Register-Guard. Oregon. July 4, 1951. p. 1.
- "Medford ball park burns after game". Eugene Register-Guard. Oregon. July 4, 1951. p. 9.
- "Medford ball park destroyed by fire". Spokane Daily Chronicle. Washington. United Press. July 4, 1951. p. 17.
- Love, Bill (July 5, 1951). "Larks back home; Friday big night". Eugene Register-Guard. p. 12.
- "Rogues readying new ballpark". Eugene Register-Guard. Oregon. July 7, 1951. p. 8.
- Medford Rogues official website Archived 2013-05-17 at the Wayback Machine