The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs: The History of an Outlaw Major League, 1914-1915

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The last independent major league ended its brief run in 1915, after only two seasons at the national pastime's top level. But no competitor to establishment baseball ever exerted so much influence on its rival, with some of the most recognizable elements of the game today--including the commissioner system, competition for free agents, baseball's antitrust exemption, and even the beloved Wrigley Field--traceable to the so-called outlaw organization known as the Federal League of Base Ball Clubs. This comprehensive history ...

The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs: The History of an Outlaw Major League, 1914-1915 2011, McFarland & Co Inc, Jefferson, NC

ISBN-13: 9780786469390

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The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs: The History of an Outlaw Major League, 1914-1915 2008, McFarland & Company, Jefferson, NC

ISBN-13: 9780786438358

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