Clipping:A comment on the AA's inaction to save the Athletics

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Date Saturday, September 20, 1890
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In the American Association it is too expensive and troublesome to hold directors' meetings to look after a failing club or the grievances of players. Once upon a time it was too much trouble for the League to meet its players in mid-summer, and—well, we all know the result.

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Submitted by Richard Hershberger
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