The St. Louis Union Base-ball Club to-day closed a contract by which T.P. Sullivan is to manage the Union Base-ball Club during the season of 1884. His contract gives him full control of the Union Club and guarantees him a full season's work. To-day President Lucas, of the Union Association, received a letter from Boston stating that the club of that city which is to join the Union Association had secured its full complement of men and that the club would send a representative to the Cincinnati meeting.-The New York Times, March 15, 1884
Ted Sullivan's relationship with the Maroons didn't last that long but Sullivan never really did stay in one place too long.