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IS there a checklist any where that has all the Federal League cards?

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Lee, I was able to dig this up on the interwebs but cant imagine that it is complete as there appears to be several teams back in the day.

This one list 33 players

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I don't know of a checklist of specific Federal League baseball cards, but here is a list of sets that have cards with players that have Federal League designations, which I culled from an old N54 thread:

https://www.net54baseball.com/showthread.php?p=1064274


1914 and 1915 Cracker Jacks

T213-2 Coupons

T216 Kotton

T330-2 Piedmont Art Stamps

D303 General Baking

E106

W530 Pinkerton

Baltimore News Schedule


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Thanks it helps to have at least the sets that could have them in.

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I know C46 has Walt Justis's only card in it, who pitched for the Blue Sox. Seeing as it's a minor league release they might have some more Federal League players too.
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Thanks Andrew,

I am just looking for the cards that denote the Federal League team, not the players that played in the Federal League during their career, that would be a much larger collection to try to put together.

Looking for a more obtainable goal.

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The 1914 CJ set should have 39 FL players listed
Here is what I have below:

Baltimore Federals (Terrapins) (4)
1 Otto Knabe Manager
90 Frank Smith Pitcher
113 George Suggs Pitcher
120 Mickey Doolan Shortstop


Brooklyn Federals (Tip-Tops) (6)
9 Artie Hoffman Outfielder
74 Frank Owens Catcher
81 Jim Delehanty Infielder
100 Tom Seaton Pitcher
128 Steve Evans Outfielder
140 Daniel F. Murphy Outfielder


Buffalo Federals (Buffeds) (4)
83 Russ Ford Pitcher
107 Tom Downey Third Baseman
124 Earle Moore Pitcher
126 Walter Blair Catcher


Chicago Federals (Federals) (6)
3 Joe Tinker (HOF) Manager
13 Art Wilson Catcher
60 Rollie Zeider Infielder
76 Claude Hendrix Pitcher
115 Ad Brennan Pitcher
116 Rollie Zeider Infielder


Indianapolis Federals (Hoosiers) (4)
20 Cy Falkenberg Pitcher
24 George Mullen Pitcher
98 Frank LaPorte Second Baseman
137 Bill Rariden Catcher


Kansas City Federals (Packers) (4)
11 George Stovall Manager
117 Ted Easterly Catcher
119 George Perring Shortstop
142 Eugene Packard Pitcher


Pittsburg Federals (Rebels) (5)
16 Howie Camnitz Pitcher
59 Harry Gessler Outfielder
84 Elmer Knetzer Pitcher
139 Ernest T. Oakes Manager
141 Cy Barger Pitcher


St. Louis Federals (Terriers) (6)
5 Ward Miller Outfielder
25 Michael Simon Catcher
32 Mordecai Brown (HOF)Manager
42 Al Bridwell Infielder
46 Bob Groom Pitcher
67 Otis Crandall Pitcher
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Late to the game, but this is an area I've started focusing in. (Being on a budget, I've only got a dozen or so of these so far, but am always looking for more) Here's my current list:

1915 CRACKER JACK **I think there are 1914 versions of these as well**
Artie Hoffman (BROOKLYN) 9
Marquard (BROOKLYN) 43
Frank Owens (BROOKLYN) 74
Evans (BROOKLYN) 128
Seaton (BROOKLYN) 100
J. C. Delehanty (BROOKLYN) 81
Murphy (BROOKLYN) 140
Lee Magee (BROOKLYN) 147
Ford (BUFFALO) 83
Chase (BUFFALO) 99
Downey (BUFFALO) 107
Blair (BUFFALO) 126
Earle Moore (BUFFALO) 124
Camnitz (PITTSBURGH) 16
Austin (PITTSBURGH) 40
Gessler (PITTSBURGH) 59
Barger (PITTSBURGH) 141
E.E. Knetzer (PITTSBURGH) 84
Konetchy (PITTSBURGH) 118
Oakes (PITTSBURGH) 139
Tinker (CHICAGO) 3
Wilson (CHICAGO) 13
Claude Hendrix (CHICAGO) 76
Brennan (CHICAGO) 115
Zeider (CHICAGO) 60
Stovall (KANSAS CITY) 11
Easterly (KANSAS CITY) 117
Packard (KANSAS CITY) 142
Perring (KANSAS CITY) 119
Ward Miller (ST. LOUIS) 5
Plank (ST. LOUIS) 6
M. Brown (ST. LOUIS) 32
Bridwell (ST. LOUIS) 42
Crandall (ST. LOUIS) 67
Marsans (ST. LOUIS) 134
Groom (ST. LOUIS) 46
Simon (ST. LOUIS) 25
Falkenberg (INDIANAPOLIS) 20
Rariden (INDIANAPOLIS) 137
Kaiserling (INDIANAPOLIS) 157
Kauff (INDIANAPOLIS) 160
La Porte (INDIANAPOLIS) 98
Mullen (INDIANAPOLIS) 24
Rousch (INDIANAPOLIS) 161
Campbell (INDIANAPOLIS) 168
Doolan (BALTIMORE) 120
Frank Smith (BALTIMORE) 90
Knabe (BALTIMORE) 1
Suggs (BALTIMORE) 113
Bender (BALTIMORE) 19

1914 T213-2 Cards
Barger - Pittsburgh
Bender - Baltimore
Bradley - Brooklyn
Bridwell - St Louis
Brown - St Louis
Camnitz - Pittsburgh
Chappelle - Brooklyn
Chase - Buffalo
Crandall - St Louis
Doolan - Baltimore
Downey - Buffalo
Evans - Brooklyn
Ford - Buffalo
Groom - St Louis
Hofman - Brooklyn
Knabe - Baltimore
Konetchy - Pittsburgh
Lennox - Pittsburgh
Mowrey - Pittsburgh
Mullin - Indianapolis
Mullin - Newark
Murphy - Brooklyn
Murray - Kansas City
Oakes - Pittsburgh
Quinn - Baltimore
Reulbach - Brooklyn
Schaefer - Kansas City
Smith - Baltimore
Stovall - Packers
Summers - Brooklyn
Tinker - Chicago
Wilhelm - Baltimore
Willett - St Louis
Wiltse - Brooklyn (2 poses - portrait / pitching)

1915 POSTACO STAMPS **INCOMPLETE LIST?**
Chief Bender
Claude Ray Hendrix
Joe Tinker
Max Flack

1914 E&S Postcards
George Stovall

1914 T330-2 PIEDMONT ART STAMPS
Michael J. Doolan - Balt. Feds
Russ Ford
Al Bridwell
Mordecai Brown
Bob Groom
Ed Willett
Jim Delahanty
Steve Evans
Chief Bender
Jack Quinn
George Suggs
Kaiser Wilhelm
Rebel Oakes
Cy Barger
Howie Camnitz
Davy Jones
Ed Lennox

1915 T214 Victory
George Stovall
Hal Chase
Tom Downey
Russ Ford
Al Bridwell
Doc Crandall
Bob Groom
Mickey Doolan
Jack Quinn
Frank Smith
Kaiser Wilhelm
Howie Camnitz
Ed Lennox
Rebel Oakes
George Mullin
Schaefer

1913-1915 W530 PINKERTON
208 Joe Tinker, Mgr. Chicago Federals

1914 BALTIMORE NEWS SCHEDULE **INCOMPLETE LIST?**
Terrapins Federal League Team Photo
Suggs Pitcher - Fed League
Mike Doolan
Guy Zinn

1911-1916 T216 KOTTON
Chase - Buffalo Feds.
George Stovall
Joe Tinker
Al Bridwell
Eddie Plank
Daniel Murphy
Chief Bender
Mickey Doolan
Fred Jacklitsch
Otto Knabe
Rebel Oakes
Clyde Engle
Germany Schaefer

1914 WG4 POLO GROUNDS GAME
Hendrix (Chic. F) (2 versions - HIT / STRIKE)

1915 E106 AMERICAN CARAMEL
George Stovall
Hal Chase (fielding & portrait versions)
Joe Tinker (batting & portrait versions)
Al Bridwell
Eddie Plank
Danny Murphy
Chief Bender (striped & white hat versions)
Mickey Doolan
Fred Jacklitsch
Otto Knabe
Rebel Oakes
Clyde Engle
Germany Schaefer (Newark)

1914 D303 GENERAL BAKING
George Stovall
Hal Chase
Clyde Engle
Joe Tinker
Eddie Plank
Danny Murphy
Chief Bender
Mickey Doolan
Fred Jacklitsch
Rebel Oakes
Germany Schaefer

1916 TANGO EGGS
Germany Schaefer

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Heck of a first post, and welcome aboard!

Now THAT is a comprehensive list of Federal League cards. A lot of mystique surrounding that league, not the least of which is Weeghman Park in the Windy City.

1915 CJs: I have Blair, Tinker and Plank. Love 'em, awesome cards!
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Nice list, and welcome aboard first time poster!

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Welcome aboard JJ and thanks for the list. Protocol on net54 is that every thread needs a card so post 'em if you got 'em.
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Welcome aboard JJ and thanks for the list. Protocol on net54 is that every thread needs a card so post 'em if you got 'em.
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Well, technically that earlier Checklist someone posted was an image of the back of one of the reprint set.

But as for more pics, here's my new collection so far:





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jjbond, here's an addition to your T214 Federal League list:
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jjbond, here's an addition to your T214 Federal League list:
Thanks! Wonder how many others I missed.....argh.
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Thanks! Wonder how many others I missed.....argh.
I have posted several similar types of vintage card lists over the years, and I think every time at least one fellow forum member, and usually more, were able to provide useful info to improve upon what I had first posted.

It does make it all seem more like a community when it happens, so all is good!

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Thanks! Wonder how many others I missed.....argh.
In 1914-1916 T213-2, you can add Danny Murphy with the Brooklyn Feds, note that Mullin appears with Indy as well as Newark, and Hooks Wiltse has two poses, portrait and pitching, with Brooklyn Fed.
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I don't know if there are multiple types of Hendrix cards in this set, but mine is "Strike" not "Hit"
Thanks for all the additions! And it looks like there are two versions in this game (photo not mine):

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And it looks like there are two versions in this game (photo not mine):
I'm only casually knowledgeable about 1914 Polo Ground Game. I wonder if there's other variations for players or if it's print run dependent...or something else.

-edit- Found a Sports Col Daily article. "30 different players were included in the release but the full set actually contains 54 cards. 24 players were duplicated in order to provide additional game cards with different game play actions." Alright, then.

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I'm only casually knowledgeable about 1914 Polo Ground Game. I wonder if there's other variations for players or if it's print run dependent...or something else.

-edit- Found a Sports Col Daily article. "30 different players were included in the release but the full set actually contains 54 cards. 24 players were duplicated in order to provide additional game cards with different game play actions." Alright, then.
.....they couldn't find 24 other photos? Sheesh.
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A few more updates for your Federal League card listing. In the E106 set Germany Schaefer's card has a Newark Feds designation.

Also in E106, Bender has the Federal League designation on both his striped cap and white cap versions, Chase on both his fielding and portrait cards, and Tinker on both his batting and portrait cards.

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complete set of 1915 cracker jacks. Note: Jimmy Austen and Rube Marquard
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Can you fine tune what it is you want?

There are cards that will have Fed League in the caption but depict a player (who was on a Federal League team) showing him wearing an NL or AL uniform... Are you wanting the caption to say Federal League, no matter the uniform? Or are you after seeing the Federal League uniform, eg the terrapin on the Baltimore jersey???
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Can you fine tune what it is you want?

There are cards that will have Fed League in the caption but depict a player (who was on a Federal League team) showing him wearing an NL or AL uniform... Are you wanting the caption to say Federal League, no matter the uniform? Or are you after seeing the Federal League uniform, eg the terrapin on the Baltimore jersey???
I think the original poster, and myself, wanted to make a list of cards with the caption to state a Federal League team.
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