|League||Colored Southern Baseball Association|
|Home field||Slag Pile Field|
|Manager||C. I. Taylor|
In 1905 the team joined the newly-formed Colored Southern Baseball Association, playing as the Birmingham Blues. The league apparently folded after one season.
In 1907 and 1908 the Giants claimed back-to-back titles as "Colored Champions of the South". The 1907 roster included pitchers James Hubbard and "Steel Arm" Johnny Taylor; catcher Makin; infielders Red Foster, Joe Scotland, Frank Duncan, George Donald, and "Candy" Jim Taylor; and outfielders Jack Griffin, Lou Oliver and James Patton. Taylor served as manager and played second base.
Taylor moved the Giants to Indiana (as the West Baden Sprudels) in 1910.