Clark Griffith League: Top 20 Prospects

Summer Collegiate : : Rankings
Published: Tuesday, October 20, 2009

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It was not a particularly noteworthy season in 2009 for the Clark Griffith League. Not only did the league retrench from seven clubs to five, but it was not represented in post-season play—either at the All-America Amateur Baseball Association World Series, which a Clark Griffith team had won 10 times through the years; or in the National Baseball Congress World Series, where the Vienna Senators had participated four times in the previous fiv

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