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The Players' National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs, popularly known as the Players' League (PL), was a short-lived but star-studded professional American baseball league of the 19th century. The PL was formed by the Brotherhood of Professional Base Ball Players in November 1889, after a dispute over pay with the National League (NL) and American Association (AA). The NL had implemented a reserve clause in 1879, which limited the ability of players to negotiate across teams for their salaries; both the AA and NL had passed a salary cap of US$2,000 per player in 1885, equivalent to $50,156 in 2019; the owners of the NL had agreed to remove the salary cap in 1887 but failed to do so. Major League Baseball (MLB) considers the PL a "major" league for official statistical purposes.

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  • Players' League
  • Players' League
  • プレイヤーズ・リーグ
  • 플레이어스 리그
  • Players' League
  • 球員聯盟
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  • La Players' League est une ligue professionnelle de baseball créée par le syndicat des joueurs en 1890 afin de protester contre le blocage des salaires en Ligues majeures et l'existence de la clause de réserve, liant clubs et joueurs à vie. L'expérience dure une seule saison et sacre les Reds de Boston.
  • プレイヤーズ・リーグ(Players' League)は、1890年の1年間だけアメリカ合衆国で運営されていた、メジャーリーグベースボールの野球リーグ。
  • 球員聯盟(Players League)是一個19世紀短暫存在的美国棒球大聯盟組織,只存在1年就宣佈解散。
  • The Players' National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs, popularly known as the Players' League (PL), was a short-lived but star-studded professional American baseball league of the 19th century. The PL was formed by the Brotherhood of Professional Base Ball Players in November 1889, after a dispute over pay with the National League (NL) and American Association (AA). The NL had implemented a reserve clause in 1879, which limited the ability of players to negotiate across teams for their salaries; both the AA and NL had passed a salary cap of US$2,000 per player in 1885, equivalent to $50,156 in 2019; the owners of the NL had agreed to remove the salary cap in 1887 but failed to do so. Major League Baseball (MLB) considers the PL a "major" league for official statistical purposes.
  • A Players' National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs, popularmente conhecida como Players' League (algumas vezes citada como Players League, foi uma liga profissional de beisebol de curta existência mas repleta de estrelas no século 19. Emergeu da Brotherhood of Professional Base-Ball Players, o primeiro sindicato de atletas esportivos. Em 1968, um comitê da Major League Baseball, dirigido pelo comissário , confirmou que a Players' League foi uma grande liga.
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