Club of Greenville
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|Earliest Known Date||May 1867|
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|Location||Greenville, AL, United States|
Greenville Advocate, May 23, 1867 reports the formation of the Greenville BBC, with J. L. Pinney as president. Same June 6, 1868 reports on a game between two nines of that club.
The Selma Times and Messenger, July 23, 1867: "They have a Base Ball Club in Greenville."
The Montgomery Advertiser, June 13, 1867, gives the names of the members of the Greenville club.
The Greenville club sent a delegate, local lawyer J. A. Padgett, to the 1868 Alabama state baseball convention. See Mobile Register, April 27, 1868.
Greenville AL (pop. about 7200 now) is about 120 miles S of Birmingham and about 45 miles SW of Montgomery.
Greenville Advocate, May 23, 1867
The Selma Times and Messenger, July 23, 1867
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|Found by||Bruce Allardice|
|Entered by||Bruce Allardice|
|First in Location||Greenville, AL|
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