Clipping:Phillies official scorer
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|Date||Wednesday, July 24, 1889|
Ever since his connection with the Philadelphia Club Harry Wright has acted as official scorer of the club, but pennant winning is no easy task, and Harry has his hands so full in handling the “coming champions” that he has determined to confine himself altogether when on the bench to directing the team's field work and leave the scoring to Horace S. Fogel, of The Sporting Life and Public Ledger. Fogel accepted the position and entered upon his duties on Thursday last. A better man could not have been selected, as he is not only expert and well posted on the rules but thoroughly impartial—a most important requisite for an official scorer.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|