Clipping:Collusion between the NL and AA on player salaries
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|Date||Saturday, December 6, 1890|
There will probably be more players than needed next year, and for the season it is thought salaries must come down. The National League and American Association have made a compact to sign no players at present, and none are likely to be signed until an agreement has been reached about the salary limit, and this, too, is likely to have a depressing effect on the salary question.
This compact at any rate means a great saving in advance money for one thing, beside being a method of keeping the players on the ragged edge of doubt and suspense as to what club they will play in next season.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|