Brooklyn Ward's Wonders

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The Brooklyn Ward's Wonders was a team who played in the Players' League in 1890. The team's nickname derived from its superstar shortstop, hall of famer John Montgomery Ward. The team finished with a 76-56 record, good enough to finish in second place. Other notable players for Brooklyn that year were Dave Orr, George Van Haltren, and Gus Weyhing. The team folded after the season along with the entire league.1 The team played its home games at Eastern Park.2

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References

  1. ^ Baseball Reference team page
  2. ^ Project Ballpark







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