Clipping:New York club consolidation finalized
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|Date||Saturday, December 27, 1890|
The New York Players' League Club accomplished the object it had in mind ever since the first conference with the National League and despite its oft-repeated promises not to do anything until all other Players' League clubs had been provided for, consummated the consolidation deal with the New York League Club last Friday—an unlucky day, by the way. They didn't even keep their promise to see that other noble and able conferee, Goodwin, out of the mess he was in, but cruelly left him to get out of the hole he had gotten himself and his Brooklyn fellow-stockholders into as best he could.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|