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The Chicago Pirates were a baseball team in the Players' League for a single season in 1890. The team played their home games at South Side Park (II). Their powerful National League rivals were the Chicago White Stockings which later became the Cubs.

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  • Chicago Pirates
  • Pirates de Chicago
  • シカゴ・パイレーツ
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  • シカゴ・パイレーツ(Chicago Pirates)は、1890年にイリノイ州シカゴを本拠地として、プレイヤーズ・リーグに参加していたプロ野球チーム。
  • The Chicago Pirates were a baseball team in the Players' League for a single season in 1890. The team played their home games at South Side Park (II). Their powerful National League rivals were the Chicago White Stockings which later became the Cubs.
  • Les Pirates de Chicago (en anglais : Chicago Pirates) sont une ancienne franchise de la Players League basée à Chicago aux États-Unis. Parmi les principaux joueurs des Pirates, citons Charles Comiskey (manager-joueur), et , membres du Temple de la renommée du baseball. Avec 2,69 de moyenne de points mérités, le lanceur partant signe la meilleure moyenne en Players League. À l'occasion de l'unique saison de la Players League, Chicago termine quatrième sur huit du classement final avec 75 victoires pour 62 défaites.
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  • The Chicago Pirates were a baseball team in the Players' League for a single season in 1890. The team played their home games at South Side Park (II). Their powerful National League rivals were the Chicago White Stockings which later became the Cubs. The Pirates recruited most of the White Stocking's players, and for this reason the Pirate's attendance was nearly fifty percent higher than the White Stockings. The Pirate's owner, John Addison, was a wealthy contractor. Although Addison and his partner White Stocking second baseman Fred Pfeffer had signed mostly White Stocking players, they also signed four players from the St. Louis Browns of the American Association as well as a pitcher from the Columbus Solons of the American Association. The team was managed by Charles Comiskey.
  • Les Pirates de Chicago (en anglais : Chicago Pirates) sont une ancienne franchise de la Players League basée à Chicago aux États-Unis. Parmi les principaux joueurs des Pirates, citons Charles Comiskey (manager-joueur), et , membres du Temple de la renommée du baseball. Avec 2,69 de moyenne de points mérités, le lanceur partant signe la meilleure moyenne en Players League. À l'occasion de l'unique saison de la Players League, Chicago termine quatrième sur huit du classement final avec 75 victoires pour 62 défaites. À la fin de la saison 1890, John Addisson, propriétaire des Pirates, vend l'ensemble de son effectif aux Colts de Chicago (futurs Cubs). Il obtient de plus des parts dans la franchise des Giants de New York.
  • シカゴ・パイレーツ(Chicago Pirates)は、1890年にイリノイ州シカゴを本拠地として、プレイヤーズ・リーグに参加していたプロ野球チーム。
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