Clipping:Adjustments in pitching and hitting technique

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Date Monday, August 23, 1886
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Hecker thinks that Richmond, the latest Cincinnati pitcher, will prove a failure. His old-time effectiveness is explained when the fact is known that he was almost the first left-handed curve pitcher. Batsmen would now pound him all over the field. Richmond has but one ball, the plain underhand throw and simple curve. St.

Source St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings

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