Clipping:Bright prospects for the American Association
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|Date||Saturday, May 17, 1890|
The American Association is more than holding its own alike in the matter of drawing capacity and playing strength. Its games are well patronized everywhere, indeed surprisingly so in the cities which were supposed to be weakest, and the race is close, exciting and decidedly uncertain. In fact, the Association has done so well that it is gaining new friends daily, its outlook for future existence is becoming brighter and the ambition of the leaders is reviving.
It is not strange, therefore, to find that the leaders are planning already for strengthening the Association next year. It is believed that Pittsburg and possibly Cincinnati may again be embraced within the circuit next season. Baltimore and Washington are also being figured upon, and Detroit can be had for the asking...
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|