The case against Pitcher Mark Baldwin, of the Pittsburg Club, of the National League, charged with conspiring with J.P. O'Neill and Ed. Hanlon, of that organization, to get Charles King, of the St. Louis Club, of the American Association, to break his contract with the latter team and join the Pittsburg Club, was set for a hearing before the Court of Criminal Correction, March 12, at St. Louis. the attorneys for the State asked for a continuance, however, as President Chris Von der Ahe and Secretary George Munson, of the St. Louis Club, and other witnesses for the State were unavoidably absent...The case was accordingly laid over until March 18.
-New York Clipper, March 21, 1891
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