Clipping:A trainer in Brooklyn
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|Date||Wednesday, June 12, 1889|
[Kansas City vs. Brooklyn 6/6/1889] Long, of Kansas City...ran into O'Brien at second base in an attempt to crowd the latter out, and Darby's right No. 12 landed plump on Long's left foot. The latter was on his back in a minute rolling over apparently in a mortal agony. There was a rush of all the players to his side. Umpire Gaffney and Manager Watkins raced to the spot. Dr. McLean, the physician to the Bridgrooms, hastened from the grand stand and big Jack McMaster, the trainer, ran from the club house with a lot of plaster, lint and several other things.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|