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

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November

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Sources

1800sEdit

  • 1889 - The Brotherhood (*) and its backers meet to begin preliminary work on the organization of a Players League. The players believe "that the game can be played more fairly and its business conducted more intelligently under a plan which excludes everything arbitrary and un-American."

1900s-1950sEdit

  • 1951 - Representative Emanuel Celler's committee issues financial data from 1945-49 that differs with Walter O'Malley's numbers. According to Celler, the Brooklyn Dodgers made a profit of 2.364 million dollars in the five years period. The Dodgers' "loss" of $129,318 in 1950 included a $167,000 loss due to the promotion of the Brooklyn Dodgers professional football team. In his continuing investigation into antitrust violations, Celler says that evidence in his committee suggests altering the reserve clause in that it does limit players.

1960s-1970sEdit

  • 1964 - The National League approves the move of the Braves to Atlanta but orders them to stay in Milwaukee for the 1965 season, in spite of poor attendance over the last two years. The Braves will eventually move to Atlanta in 1966.

1980s-1990sEdit

2000sEdit

  • 2001 - Commissioner Bud Selig announced that major league baseball would undergo a contraction of two teams, after a 28–2 vote by the owners. Montreal was one of the dissenting franchises.
  • 2004 - After refusing a $60 million, four-year extension contract from the Boston Red Sox last winter, Nomar Garciaparra signs a one-year deal with the Cubs, the team he was traded to in 2004, for $8 million. The All-Star shortstop, who is coming off an injury- plagued season, can increase the value of the contract with bonus incentives based on performance and playing time to $11 million.

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