1883 in baseball

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Champions



Inter-league playoff: Philadelphia (AA) declined to play Boston (NL)

Major league baseball final standings

National League final standings



American Association final standings



Statistical leaders

National League statistical leaders



American Association statistical leaders



Notable seasons



Events

January–March

  • February 17 - The American Association and the National League, along with the Northwestern League, sign the Tripartite Agreement (also known as the National Agreement). This agreement binds the leagues to respect each other's valid player contracts as well as increasing the size of the reserve list from 6 to 11 players. This leads to relative harmony among the leagues until the Players League wars of 1889-1890.
  • March 14 - The Peoria Club of the Northwestern League makes a motion to ban blacks, a move directly aimed at Toledo's star catcher, Moses Fleetwood Walker. After heated discussion, the motion is withdrawn and Walker remains eligible to play.
  • March 30 - Charles Fowle, one of the original founders of the National League, and secretary of the St. Louis Brown Stockings from 1875–1877, dies in St. Louis.
  • March 31 - The nations's oldest baseball club, the Olympic Town-Ball Club of Philadelphia, marks its 50th anniversary.


April–June

  • April 15 -...... ...
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