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Boston Red Sox Brooklyn Dodgers Boston Braves Chicago White Sox Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers New York Giants New York Yankees Philadelphia Athletics Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates St. Louis Browns St. Louis Cardinals Washington Senators The Highlanders announce plans to play on Sundays at Ridgewood Park on Long Island, but the Brooklyn club objects. Sunday games are legal in Detroit, St. Louis, Chicago, and Cincinnati.
IN THE NEWS: William H. Yawkey, the 28-year-old heir to a lumber and mining fortune, buys the IN THE NEWS: Detroit Tigers from S.F. Angus for $50,000. New money and Frank Navin's shrewd management will bring three straight pennants to the franchise within a few years.
The Highlanders send pitchers IN THE NEWS: Long Tom Hughes and Bill Wolfe to Washington for Al Orth (10–22). Hughes (20–7) came to New York in December swap with the Boston Pilgrims, who received Jesse Tannehill.