The FEDERAL LEAGUE

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The Federal League was the third major baseball league, competing against the American and National leagues. It operated as a major league from 1914 to 1915. Though the league was short-lived, its effects on the game then were great and still effect major league baseball to this very day.

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On this day, March 25 in Federal League history
Standings as of March 25, 1914
TeamWinsLossesPct.
Baltimore00.000
Brooklyn00.000
Buffalo00.000
Chicago00.000
Indianapolis00.000
Kansas City00.000
Pittsburgh00.000
St. Louis00.000
Season opener April 13th

No Games Played
Standings as of March 25, 1915
TeamWinsLossesPct.
Baltimore00.000
Brooklyn00.000
Buffalo00.000
Chicago00.000
Kansas City00.000
Newark00.000
Pittsburgh00.000
St. Louis00.000
Season opener April 10th

No Games Played

  Did you know?

One of the labor disputes during the early days of baseball was the 10-day clause. The clause meant that a baseball club could release a player from his contract by giving him a 10 day notice. Firstbaseman Hal Chase turned the tables around on the owners in 1914. He gave the Chicago White Sox his 10 day notice and then jumped to the Federal League's Buffalo Blues.

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