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The Chicago Green Sox were a short-lived franchise of the United States Baseball League. The eight-team league ceased operations after just over a month of play in 1912.
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Also known as the Cincinnati Cams was owned by New York attorney John J. Ryan. The team and the league lasted just over a month, from May 1 to June 5, 1912.
Cleveland Forest City was a short-lived major-league franchise that collapsed after 1 month of play with the United States Baseball League in 1912.
The New York Knickerbockers were one of 8 teams in the short-lived United States Baseball League, which collapsed after just over a month of play.
Reading had no known nickname and was one of 8 teams in the "outlaw" United States Baseball League based in Reading, Pennsylvania. The league folded after just over a month of play.
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The Richmond Rebels were one of eight teams in the United States Baseball League, and were based in Richmond, Virginia. The league and team collapsed within two months of its creation.
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The Washington Senators was one of eight teams of the United States Baseball League. The league and team folded after just over a month of play in May 1912
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Member of the short-lived USBL and Federal League. The team was originally called Pittsburgh Stogies after an earlier Pittsburgh team that played in the Union Association in 1884.