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This Day in Giants History: November 11, 1886
The Executive Council of the Brotherhood of Professional Base Ball Players‚ formed the previous year‚ meets and chooses officers. Monte Ward of the New York Giants is re-elected president‚ Dan Brouthers of Detroit vice president‚ and Giant Tim Keefe secretary-treasurer.
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