Clipping:Toledo to fight expulsion from the AA

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Date Saturday, November 29, 1890
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The club officials state that the reason that Toledo feels secure is because her existence does not depend on any friendship the Association may or may not have for Toledo, but depends solely on a legal right that the Association cannot override. The other clubs can secede; they can make all the gigantic bluffs they please, but the stubborn fact stares them in the face that if they secede the name “American Association” will wave around the Toledo Club. … Should the magnates attempt to freeze Toledo out of the American Association a petition will be filed in the United States Court, asking that the Association be restrained from forcing the Toledo Club out. This is the latest phase of the local base ball situation.

Source Sporting Life
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings

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