Clipping:Pitching underhand to a weak hitter
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|Date||Thursday, May 17, 1883|
[Cincinnati vs. St. Louis 5/16/1883] Deasley then came to the bat—the weakest hitter in the nine. He had two strikes called o him, with two out, and Gleason on first. White began to pitch underhand slow balls and Deasley surprised everybody by a hit, sending Gleason to third.
|Source||Cincinnati Commercial Gazette|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|