Clipping:A steal of home during an argument 2
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|Date||Friday, April 26, 1889|
[Chicago vs. Pittsburgh 4/25/1889] Maul was on first base and started for second on a passed ball. Beckley was at bat and was dancing around, evidently trying to lead Flint to believe the ball was under his feet. Flint took the bait, but the ball was two or three yards in an opposite direction. This made Anson indignant, and he came in a kicked to the umpire. Amid the wrangle Maul stole his way home to the plate and scored. Lynch declared the run all right.
|Source||Philadelphia All-Day City Item|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|