Clipping:Chadwick on strike outs
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|Date||Saturday, August 9, 1890|
[from Chadwick's column] Pitching for a strike-out record is easy work, requiring simply intimidating speed and but little skill when facing a majority of batsmen. But pitching for catches requires strategic skill of no small degree, and it gives lively work for the fielders, while pitching for strike-outs yields nothing but the wearisome pitchers' games. Rhines and Caruthers excel in pitching for catches.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|