Clipping:An infield fly double play
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|Date||Sunday, August 11, 1867|
[picked nines New York vs. Brooklyn 8/9/1867] Start secured his first, and Klein passing one up. Pike [third baseman] and Kelly [catcher] both ran for it, and between the two it fell to the ground, Klein standing by an interested spectator. The ball being a fair one Hatfield [second baseman], as quick as a flash, comprehended the situation and called to Pike to pass the ball to him, and receiving it he sent it in to first, thus putting Start, who had remained at first, out at second base, and Klein at first...
|Source||New York Dispatch|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|