On December 26, 1990 — 1990 – The Senior Professional Baseball Association folds in the middle of its second season when the Fort Myers Sun Sox franchise collapses due to a financial dispute among club owners. The other five teams will quickly follow Fort Myers’ lead. The league, which starred retired major leaguer players like Amos Otis, Dave Kingman, and Vida Blue, was plagued by poor attendance, among many financial problems.

 


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Baseball Reference December 26

SABR Games Project

National Pastime December 26

National Pastime December 26

Hall of Fame

Retro Sheet