Clipping:Early examples of strike outs
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|Date||Sunday, September 12, 1858|
[picked nines New York vs. Brooklyn 9/10/1858] P. O’Brien struck three times at the ball, missed, and was caught on bound by De Bost. Price struck foul, and was caught by De Bost on the fly. Boerum also struck thrice at the ball, missed, and was caught on the bound by De Bost, who never played better in his position than he did on this occasion. Thorne’s pitching was also very telling, in this inning. ... M. O’Brien struck out, missing the ball three times, was caught on the bound by De Bost. ...
|Source||New York Sunday Mercury|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|