Utica Pent-Ups

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The Utica Pent-Ups were a minor league baseball team based in Utica, New York that played in the New York State League from 1901 to 1909.[1] Many major league baseball players played for the team, including outfielder George Burns, who won a World Series with the New York Giants in 1921.

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