The Browns didn’t tell Wares about the deal until the last minute. When the manager called Buzzy into his office on the last day of spring training, Wares thought it was to tell him he had made the team with his strong play. However, skipper, George Stovall informed Wares that he was staying in Montgomery, telling him “You’re the payment for our grounds rental.” He played over 250 games of Montgomery, here are his stats – https://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.fcgi?id=wares-001cly
Just two years later, a young Browns exec named Branch Rickey would try to purchase the Montgomery team in an effort to establish the first affiliated minor league system. The takeover attempt would fail and cost Branch Rickey his job with the Browns. The crosstown Cardinals quickly scooped him up and used Rickey’s creation of the affiliation system to build the dominant Gas House Gang. Coaching the Gas House Gang to three consecutive pennants was Buzzy Wares.
A found a good sources: http://drmiraculous.blogspot.com/2017/03/word-on-street-new-food-hendu-history.html
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