On February 16 1900 – Washington sells eight players, including home run king Buck Freeman and P Bill Dinneen going to Boston, then disbands. Baltimore players are to be transferred to the Brooklyn Superbas and syndicate baseball will be ended. Dinneen will help lead the Red sox to the first World Series Championship vs the Pittsburgh Pirates.

 


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