Definition of Major-league club

1. Noun. A team that plays in a major league.

Exact synonyms: Major-league Team
Generic synonyms: Squad, Team
Group relationships: Big League, Major League, Majors
Member holonyms: Big Leaguer, Major Leaguer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Major-league Club

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majesty
majiang
majimboism
majlis
majlises
majolica
majolicas
majolicaware
major
major(ip)
major-domo
major-general
major-generals
major-league
major-league club (current term)
major-league team
major-leaguer
major affective disorder
major agglutinin
major amblyoscope
major amputation
major arcana
major axes
major axis
major calices
major chord
major connector
major depression
major depressive episode

Literary usage of Major-league club

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1914)
"... in return for a player obtained in an hour of necessity, the minor league club grants the major league club an option on its entire playing squad. ..."

2. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1915)
"1> 4 first Chinese to play with a major league club. Wa. Johnson repudiates contract with Chicago Feds. See also Kansas City, Mo. ..."

3. Touching Second: The Science of Baseball by John J. Evers, Hugh S. Fullerton (1910)
"With the trainer, secretary, correspondents, wives of players, the training party of a major league club frequently numbers fifty persons, and on his spring ..."

4. The American Almanac, Year-book, Cyclopedia and Atlas (1902)
"... League raid—Jo that It wae the means of developing many young playera who otherwise would never have bad the opportunity to get Into major league club*. ..."

5. Baseball Goes to War by William B. Mead (1998)
"... night ball opponents among the major league club owners enacted a rule limiting each team to seven home night games a season. ..."

6. Bunker Bean by Harry Leon Wilson (1913)
"It was not idleness to own a major-league club. For the first time in their intercourse he felt that he faced the dead king almost as an equal. ..."

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