The Baltimore Terrapins were one of the most successful
teams in the short-lived Federal League of professional baseball from 1914 to
1915, but their brief existence led to litigation that led to an important
legal precedent in baseball. The team played its home games at Terrapin Park.
While the 1914 team posted a respectable 84–70 record and finished only 4½
games out of first place under player-manager Otto Knabe, the team was far less
than successful than expected at the box office, even though four of the eight
teams in the league (Chicago, Brooklyn, Pittsburgh, and St. Louis) were
competing with one and even two (Chicago and St. Louis) other major league
teams in the same cities.
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