William A. Nimick
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William A. Nimick (2 September 1848 – 19 January 1907) was the owner of the Pittsburgh Alleghenys/Pirates baseball team of the National League from 1887 through 1891. In 1887, Nimick purchased the club from Denny McKnight. He sold the Pirates to William Kerr and Phil Auten in 1891.
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