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Albert Lasker Biography by The Baseball Page

Albert Lasker Biography by The Baseball Page

Albert Davis Lasker

    * Died May 30, 1952 in New York, NY USA

Albert Lasker was a minority stock holder in the Chicago Cubs who was the author of the "Lasker Plan for the Government of Organized Ball," in 1920 before the office of Commissioner was created.

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