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The Independent Carolina Baseball League, 1936-1938: Baseball Outlaws

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Shortly after the independent Carolina League was formed in 1936, officials of the National Association of Professional Baseball--which oversaw what was known as "organized baseball, " including the major leagues--began a campaign to destroy the league. The NAPB declared the Carolina League "outlaw" and blacklisted its players because their teams were pirating professionally-contracted ballplayers with the lure of higher wages, small-town hero worship and a career off-season. Backed into a corner, the Carolina League wore ...

The Independent Carolina Baseball League, 1936-1938: Baseball Outlaws 2005, McFarland & Company, Jefferson

ISBN-13: 9780786423187

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The Independent Carolina Baseball League, 1936-1938: Baseball Outlaws 1999, McFarland & Company, Jefferson, NC

ISBN-13: 9780786405350

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