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Tener would play for a few teams from 1885 to 1890 and would go on to become Governor of Pennsylvania. While he was Governor he spoke out about gambling in baseball. In 1913, Philadelphia Phillies owner William Baker proposed offering the position of National League president to Tener after the owners declined to extend the contract of president Thomas Lynch. Tener accepted the offer at a contract of $25,000 per year but was not paid until April 1915 when his term as Governor expired The letter is on The National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs New York, N.Y.vand dated April 8, 1915. The letter reads to the Governor, here with your pass to all National League Grounds for the 1915 season. Hope you will find time to see many of the games and enjoy them. Very truly yours, sig President Please view scan on website staple removed upper left-hand corner. JSA ALOA.
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Auction closed on Sunday, January 21, 2018.
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