When occured: 
Wed, 1990-12-26

The Senior Professional Baseball Association folds in the middle of its second season. The association was plagued with low attendence and financial problems. The Fort Myers franchise is the first to close its doors.

The Fort Myers Sun Sox
franchise collapses first due to disputes amonst the club owners. The
other five teams will quickly follow. The league, starred retired major leaguer players like Amos Otis, Dave Kingman, and Vida Blue.


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Amos Otis, Dave Kingman, Fort Myers Sun Sox, Senior Professional Baseball Association, Vida Blue


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