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In 1890, the short-lived Players' League included a team called the New York Giants. This baseball team was managed by Hall of Famer Buck Ewing, and they finished third with a record of 74-57. Besides Ewing, who was also a catcher on this team, the roster included several former members of the National League New York Giants, such as Hall of Famers Roger Connor, Jim O'Rourke, Hank O'Day, and Tim Keefe. The team played its home games at the Polo Grounds. After the season, their owner, Edward Talcott, bought a minority stake in the National League Giants—in effect, merging the two clubs.

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  • New York Giants (Players' League)
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  • ニューヨーク・ジャイアンツ (プレイヤーズ・リーグ)
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  • Les Giants de New York sont une ancienne franchise de la Players League basée à New York aux États-Unis. Parmi les principaux joueurs des Giants, citons (manager-joueur), , Tim Keefe et , membres du Temple de la renommée du baseball. À l'occasion de l'unique saison de la Players League en 1890, New York termine troisième sur huit du classement final avec 74 victoires pour 57 défaites. Le colonel E. A. McAlpin, patron new-yorkais dans l'immobilier, possède le club.
  • In 1890, the short-lived Players' League included a team called the New York Giants. This baseball team was managed by Hall of Famer Buck Ewing, and they finished third with a record of 74-57. Besides Ewing, who was also a catcher on this team, the roster included several former members of the National League New York Giants, such as Hall of Famers Roger Connor, Jim O'Rourke, Hank O'Day, and Tim Keefe. The team played its home games at the Polo Grounds. After the season, their owner, Edward Talcott, bought a minority stake in the National League Giants—in effect, merging the two clubs.
  • ここでは、1890年にニューヨークを本拠地として、プレイヤーズ・リーグに参加していたプロ野球チームである、ニューヨーク・ジャイアンツ(New York Giants)について記述する。
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  • Les Giants de New York sont une ancienne franchise de la Players League basée à New York aux États-Unis. Parmi les principaux joueurs des Giants, citons (manager-joueur), , Tim Keefe et , membres du Temple de la renommée du baseball. À l'occasion de l'unique saison de la Players League en 1890, New York termine troisième sur huit du classement final avec 74 victoires pour 57 défaites. Le colonel E. A. McAlpin, patron new-yorkais dans l'immobilier, possède le club.
  • In 1890, the short-lived Players' League included a team called the New York Giants. This baseball team was managed by Hall of Famer Buck Ewing, and they finished third with a record of 74-57. Besides Ewing, who was also a catcher on this team, the roster included several former members of the National League New York Giants, such as Hall of Famers Roger Connor, Jim O'Rourke, Hank O'Day, and Tim Keefe. The team played its home games at the Polo Grounds. After the season, their owner, Edward Talcott, bought a minority stake in the National League Giants—in effect, merging the two clubs.
  • ここでは、1890年にニューヨークを本拠地として、プレイヤーズ・リーグに参加していたプロ野球チームである、ニューヨーク・ジャイアンツ(New York Giants)について記述する。
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