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  1. William Ambrose Hulbert (October 23, 1832 – April 10, 1882) was an American professional baseball executive who was one of the founders of the National League, considered by many to be baseball 's first major league, and was also the president of the Chicago White Stockings franchise.

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  2. William Hulbert was a Chicago White Stockings owner who helped found the National League in 1876. He was a visionary leader who enforced rules, banned contract jumpers and expelled rival clubs to strengthen the league.

  3. 16 de abr. de 2013 · William Hulbert was a businessman, civic leader and president of the Chicago White Stockings, the first team in the National League. He founded the league in 1871 and served as its second president from 1875 to 1876. Learn about his life, career and legacy in this biography by Michael Haupert.

  4. 24 de mar. de 2015 · A biography of William Hulbert, the second president of the National League and the owner of the Chicago White Stockings. Learn how he turned a pastime into a business juggernaut by creating a professional league with a centralized organization, a salary cap, and a national brand.

  5. 8 de jul. de 2015 · Learn how William Hulbert, the president of the Chicago White Stockings, initiated the National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs in 1876 to reform the chaotic National Association. Read his article outlining his vision and the challenges he faced in creating a new league.

  6. 6 de mar. de 2022 · William Hulbert was a Chicago businessman who led the formation of the National League in 1875, a rival league to the National Association. He used his business acumen to centralize and control the league, and to exploit the players with the reserve clause.

  7. 16 de nov. de 2009 · On February 2, 1876, Chicago businessman William Hulbert established the National League of Professional Baseball Clubs to replace the corrupt National Association. The National League is one of the two major leagues of baseball in the United States, along with the American League.