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Sun, 1900-02-11

On February 11, 1900, the Baltimore Orioles sell three of their stars - third baseman John McGraw, catcher Wilbert Robinson, and infielder Bill Keister - to the St. Louis Cardinals. McGraw, the team’s player-manager, batted .391 in 1899.

 

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