he 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, June 22 in Federal League history
A judge of the Federal Court at St. Paul,
Minn., refused to grant Marsans, the Cincinnati
player, the right to terminate his. contract
by giving the club a ten days' notice. The
court ruled that a club could release a player
by giving him a ten days' notice, but that the
player could not because no such privilege
was incorporated in his contract.
|Standings as of June 22, 1914|
|CHI 4 - BUF 3|
|IND 5 - BKN 4|
|IND 4 - BKN 3|
|STL 3 - BAL 1|
|PIT 5 at KC 4||
|Standings as of June 22, 1915|
|CHI 11 at BAL 4|
|STL 4 at BKN 3|
|NWK 4 - PIT 2|