1882 League Alliance
The 1882 season was the League Alliance's 1st, and 2 teams competed in the league that year. Play for the two teams began April 8. The Mets played 161 (101-57-3) games while the Phillies went 72-66-6 in 144 contests. Both clubs were admitted into the National League for 1883. John B. Day owned both New York clubs; the Gothams went into the National League and the Mets into the American Association.
Season Began: Saturday, May 20, 1882
Season Ended: Tuesday, October 10, 1882
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