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The Federal League of 1914-1915

Marc Okkonen

The Federal League of 1914-1915

Baseball"s Third Major League

by Marc Okkonen

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Society for American Baseball Research .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • Sports,
  • Baseball - History,
  • Sports & Recreation / General,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8296356M
    ISBN 100910137374
    ISBN 109780910137379
    OCLC/WorldCa20177989


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Price New from Used from /5(3). The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs: The History of an Outlaw Major League, [Robert Peyton Wiggins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs: The History of an Outlaw Major League, Cited by: 1. Template:Infobox Sports league The Federal League was the last major attempt to establish an independent major professional baseball league in the United States in direct competition with the established National and American Leagues in and Although there were a few attempts after this (notably the Mexican League in – and the proposed Continental League), none were as.

Federal League Park or just Federal Park is the name of a former baseball park located in Indianapolis, park was home to the Indianapolis Hoosiers of the Federal League in The park was constructed in and subsequently demolished in after failure of the league.

The street location of the park was conventionally given in newspapers and city directories as "Kentucky Related: Federal Baseball Club v. National League. Every day, we'll send you an email to your inbox with scores, today's schedule, top performers, new debuts and interesting tidbits.

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The last independent major league ended its brief run inafter 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.

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Wiggins, The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs, 4–5. Sporting Life (November 8, ): 4. Phelon, “Changing Styles in Baseball,” Baseball Magazine (October ): James A. Ross, “The Champion Club of the Federal League. Get this from a library.

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The day-to-day operation of the franchises. I'm not aware of a photo set, but there is a book called 'The Federal League of ' that has B&W photos of many/most of the players. The photos are generally small and not the highest quality - not sure how they'd scan to jpg files that you could use in the game, but my guess is that they'd be kind of "rough".

The Federal League of – Baseball's Third Major League. Garrett Park, Md: Society For American Baseball Research. ISBN Pietrusza, David (). The Formation, Sometimes Absorption and Mostly Inevitable Demise of 18 Professional Baseball Organizations, to Present.

Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company. Download The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs: The History of an Outlaw Major League The last independent major league ended its brief run inafter only two seasons at the national pastime's top level.

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Cloth, $ Christopher Keshock. During the league’s existence, Francis Richter’s Official American League Base Ball Guide—which covered all of organized baseball, along with the Federal League—seemed to take the league at its word. In the guide, Richter (or one of his underlings) even wrote, “No better ball was furnished by any league anywhere, or at any time.”.

Also inthe Society published Marc Okkonen's Federal League ofBaseball's Third Major League in The page book included pictures, rosters, uniforms, and various diagrams and statistics as they related to the Federal League. Phil Ball was the owner of the St.

Louis Terriers of the Federal League () and bought the American League’s St. Louis Browns in Decemberas part of the settlement between Organized Baseball and the upstart league.1 In he said, “I’ll pay — well, I’ll go to the limit — to get a world’s series for St.

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Free shipping for many products. The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs, known simply as the Federal League, was an American professional baseball league that played its first season in and operated as a "third major league", in competition with the established National and American Leagues, from to The Federal League came together in early through the work of John T.

Powers, and immediately challenged. Award presented to Bill McKechnie as one of the players on the Federal League champions Indianapolis Indianapolis Award back Comment. Can you name the TEAMS OF THE FEDERAL LEAGUE. Can you name the TEAMS OF THE FEDERAL LEAGUE.

Test your knowledge on this sports quiz to see how you do and compare your score to others. play quizzes ad-free. Come Together. Have Fun. The Federal League was the last major attempt to establish an independent major professional baseball league in the United States in direct competition with the established National and American Leagues in by| and by| Although there were.

On MaSABR's latest BioProject book became available on The book is titled Whales, Terriers, and Terrapins: The Federal League I contributed two game stories about this league that "stole" players from the American and National Leagues and declared itself a. More editions of The Federal League of Baseball's Third Major League: The Federal League of Baseball's Third Major League: ISBN () Softcover, Society for American Baseball Research, he Federal League was the third major baseball league, competing against the American and National leagues.

It operated as a major league from to Though the league was short-lived, its effects on the game then were great and still effect major league baseball to this very day.

The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs: The History of an Outlaw Major League, (review) The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs: The History of an Outlaw Major League, (review) Keshock, Christopher.

Book Reviews sure to generate even more debate on the fastest ever. Casual fans and serious baseball scholars alike will find something to. Baseball Almanac has researched, in a year-by-year format; the hitting and pitching leaders, the team leaders, fabulous feats accomplished, win-loss records for every "official" league, and much more.

Here is a breakdown of items found on EACH page: Add to that some interesting fast facts, a few historical tidbits, team salaries, links to the. Collection of twenty items, all relating to the short-lived Federal League (). 1) "Federals Booster" pin. Diameter inch. Gd/Vg.

2) Newark Peps complimentary pass. Blank pass, numbered "," on thin paper stock. The book was a very compelling story.

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The Federal League of Base Ball Clubs, known simply as the Federal League, was an American professional baseball league that operated as a "third major league", in competition with the established National and American Leagues, from to It was the last serious attempt to create an independent major league outside the established structure of professional baseball, and the last.

Playing statistics for, and Negro Leagues (not including Cuban League and Negro League vs. Major League games), copyright. s The Feds, the Fight and the Fix.

Baseball began the s on a roll. The American and National Leagues had long since settled into a peaceful co-existence, glistening new steel-and-concrete ballparks were replacing the rotting, wooden relics left over from the 19th Century, and the World Series had established a lofty standing as one of the country’s premier sporting events.

Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St. and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, | +1 () | Contact Us. Baltimore Terrapins (). Federal League, professional baseball. Negative: ZPP32; Copy negative: ZPP The Chicago Whales were a professional baseball team that played in Chicago, Illinois, during and They were members of the Federal League, a short-lived attempt at a third major Whales were owned by a group led by Chicago restaurant owner Charles Weeghman.

They played their home games at Weeghman Park, which is now Wrigley Field. The Federal League of Baseball’s Third Major League. Cleveland: Society of American Baseball Research, Orenstein, Joshua B.

“The Union Association of A Glorious Failure.” The Baseball Research Journal 19 (): Pearson, Daniel M. Baseball in Players v Owners. Hardcover Score Book and Score Card Set $ Pocket Score Cards (12) $ Baseball Scoring Pencil $ Professional League Ball 's - AL style $ Professional League Ball 's - NL style $ Federal League Ball - $ Boston Wants These Games $ Rooters $ Recreation Park $ No True.

However, in a new league began raiding players from the established 2 leagues. While the Federal League would only last 2 seasons, those seasons corresponded exactly with Cracker Jacks offerings, and would be the only cards ever issued picturing Federal League players in uniform.

In all, 50 Federal League players are pictured.