1890 Baseball Season Roster
- Seeking freedom, players form own league
- One-year Players League threatens NL, AA
- Many stars and fans defect to new league
Offering freedom and fair wages, the Players League lured Hugh Duffy, Pete Browning, Roger Connor, Buck Ewing, John Montgomery Ward, Hoss Radbourn and so many other stars that it instantly drew more fans than the established National League and American Association. The NL recognized the challenge and bought out the new league. The AA did not – a year later, it would die, too.
Powered by official averages, stats and exclusive Strat-O research
Requires Version 14.0 or higher to play
This Product is now available via E-Delivery. After purchase is completed, your product registration code can be found on your account page under License Keys as well as on your order invoice in your account page.
If you need technical assistance regarding E-Delivery products please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please read the information for E-Delivery products carefully before purchasing as these items are non-refundable.