George W. Grant (Boston Braves owner)
George Washington Grant was the owner of the Boston Braves of the National League from 1919 through 1922. In 1919, he purchased the club from Percy Haughton estate. In 1922, he sold the franchise to Emil Fuchs.
Grant was a motion picture and theatrical promoter in New York City.
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