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Simone de Beauvoir
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The Eden Bohemians were created on October 6, 1982 in Washington D.C. Originally assigned to the cosmic Flat League the team found a home in the Middleleague after the league reorganization of the 1990s. The Bohemians have always represented talented and interesting writers from a variety of places writing in a variety of forms and styles. The team was initially owned by the American writer Jack Kerouac but he had to sell his interest in the team when he joined the Dharma Beats in 1983. The current owner is the French writer and philosopher Simone de Beauvoir. The Bohemians have made it to the Cosmic Universal Series once, in 1983, and they defeated the Alphatown Ionians, 4-2 games.
For Season 2000 the Bohemians drafted two new players: rookie pitcher and British poet Ted Hughes and rookie outfielder and French playwright Alfred de Musset.