Clipping:A catcher has swollen hands
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|Date||Saturday, July 10, 1869|
[Ivanhoe of Sing Sing vs. Eagle of New York 7/9/1869] Murphy, the new swift-pitcher of the Eagles, delivered the ball with great force and speed, rendering the batting of the visitors weak and uncertain. Stevens had to resume his old post in the last inning, Hick's hands having become so swollen that he was unable longer to catch for Murphy.
|Source||New York World|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|