Clipping:AA players with money to spare

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Date Monday, February 25, 1889
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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

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