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Today in Phillies History for February 14th

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1922: At a meeting of National League owners, Phillies' head William Baker accuses Brooklyn's Charlie Ebbets and St. Louis' Branch Rickey of trying to lure away his players. In response, the league adopts an anti-tampering resolution prohibiting club officials from making offers to players signed by other teams.
1944: Phillies president Robert Carpenter is inducted into the Army after passing a physical at the Camden armory. General Manager Herb Pennock is expected to fill in for Carpenter during his absence.

Phillies Transactions on This Day:

1915: Traded Sherry Magee to Boston (NL) for Possum Whitted, Oscar Dugey and cash

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