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Wed, 1894-03-14

A U.S. Immigration Inspector in Buffalo, NY asks the Treasury Department if baseball is a "recognized profession" in order to determine if Buffalo has violated the alien contract labor law by signing two Canadian players. Before the inspector gets a reply, Buffalo decides to play only American residents.

 

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