Clipping:Stirrings in Cincinnati

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Date Saturday, June 25, 1881
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A syndicate of prominent business men of Cincinnati, O., has been formed for the purpose of purchasing the buildings and fences on the ball ground in that city, with a three years' lease of the ground. They intend to rent the ground during the remainder of the year for miscellaneous sports, and will be prepared next season to present a strong professional team. New York Clipper June 25, 1881

The Cincinnati Baseball Grounds have been sold to four prominent Cincinnati gentlemen, who paid $1,600 in cash for them. This sale carries with it the right of the leasehold, running until May, 1884, and also to the lumber, buildings and fences on the grounds. During the remainder of the year the grounds will be rented to whoever desires their use. Next year it is intended to put a first-class professional team in the field. New York Clipper July 2, 1881

Source New York Clipper
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Submitted by Richard Hershberger
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