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The following are the events that happened world-wide throughout the sport of baseball.

January

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February

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March

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April

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May

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June

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July

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August

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September

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October

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November

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December

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Sources

1800sEdit

  • 1899 - Sporting Life reports that New York Giants owner Andrew Freedman wants to reduce the National League to eight clubs and purify the game by eliminating "certain parties who have been unduly prominent in the sport for cheap notoriety and the money there is in it."

1900s-1930sEdit

  • 1911 - William Russell, head of the syndicate that owns the Boston Nationals, dies. No doubt helping his demise was watching his team finish the season with a .291 winning percentage. Former player, now attorney, Monte Ward and New York politician James Gaffney will purchase 945 of the 1000 shares for $177,000. The team, also known as the Rustlers (or Doves) will start next season as the Braves.

1940s-1950sEdit

  • 1947 - Sam Breadon sells the St. Louis Cardinals empire to Robert Hannegan and Fred Saigh. The price is in excess of $4 million with the new owners getting the Cardinal players, physical assets, 16 minor league franchises, $2.1 million in reserve funds and payment on a new ballpark site, four minor league parks, and the lease on Sportsman's Park. Breadon had first acquired an interest in the Cardinals in 1917 and bought control in 1920 for an investment of $350,000.

1960s-1970sEdit

1980s-1990sEdit

2000sEdit

  • 2004 - After spending $67 million to acquire its former president’s shares of the Seattle Mariners, the Nintendo's U.S. subsidiary now owns more than 50 percent of the franchise. Due to the presence of superstar Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle is one of the favorite major league teams in Japan.

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