Clipping:AA players with money to spare
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|Date||Monday, February 25, 1889|
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the American Association players who have money to spare are as follows: Bobby Carruthers, $30,000 and rich prospects; Nat Hudson, $30,000. These players inherited their wealth. Those who have saved money out of their earnings are Charles Comiskey and Long John Reilly, about $15,000 each. The other prudent players are John Corkhill, Bill Gleason, Biddy McPhee, Hugh Nichol, Joe Sommer, Harry Stovey, Tony Mullane, and Dock Bushong. They are worth from $7,000 to $10,000. The most notorious of the improvidents are Ramsey, Latham, Browning, Foutz, and Snyder, the latter now of the League.
|Source||New York Sun|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|