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The Boston Shamrocks played in AFL II for both of the league's only seasons of 1936 and 1937 and also played the 1938 season as an independent club. The team split their home games between Braves Field and Fenway Park. The Shamrocks were a successful franchise in the AFL, winning the league championship in 1936 and even outdrew the NFL's Boston Redskins in attendance, which prompted owner George Preston Marshall to move the Redskins to Washington, D.C., where the franchise remains to this day.