New York Knickerbockers (1912)
|New York Knickerbockers|
|League||United States Baseball League|
|Location||New York, NY|
|Former name(s)||Knickerbockers (1912)|
|Colors||Cream, white, gray, black|
The New York Knickerbockers were one of 8 teams in the short-lived United States Baseball League, which collapsed after just over a month of play. The Knickerbockers were owned by Charles White and managed by William Jordon.
|Reading (no name)||12||9||.571|
|Chicago Green Sox||10||12||.455|
|Cleveland Forest City||8||13||.381|
|New York Knickerbockers||2||15||.118|
New York finished dead last in the standings at the end at 2-15. They were the first USBL team to fold, doing so on May 28.
- Daniel, W. Harrison (2011). Baseball & Richmond: a history of the Professional game, 1884-200. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. p. 62. ISBN 978-0-7864-1489-5.