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|Date||Sunday, April 4, 1880|
All of the members of the Chicago team or on hand, and in regular forenoon and afternoon practice. The grounds are still wet from the heavy rain on Friday, but this fact did not interfere with yesterday's work. Thirteen men were on the field, including Remsen, which gave a full field and four batsmen, with President Hulbert as umpire. The team, as a body, shows up in fine form, and, if its practice is any index of its ability, there will be fun when the season opens. The advantage of continuous practice during the winter is illustrated in the cases of Williamson, Dalrymple, Gore, and quest, who handle themselves as though in the middle of the season.
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|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|
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