Clipping:Senators at the ball park

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Date Wednesday, May 7, 1884

Senator Vest, of Missouri, is a frequent spectator at Capital Park, and they way he squeezes for the boys is awful. He usually takes a seat back of first base and watches the points of the game with the greatest interest. Senator Gorman is also a frequent visitor. In fact, many of the gentlemen from the north and south wings of the capitol are, to be sure, quite frequently within the inclosure of Capital Park. The Sporting Life May 7, 1884

Philadelphia reserves disbanded; duplicate batteries

The Philadelphia Reserve team is no more. Their playing season closed last Wednesday. A few men will be released, but Harry Wright has decided to make haste slowly in this matter. The reserve catchers, Allen, Donahue and Daniels, are to be retained. Knight will continue as change pitcher and Fogarty and Cahill as substitutes. The work in the League season this year will be more exacting than ever before and Mr. Wright does not think he can have too many duplicate batteries. The Sporting Life May 7, 1884

Source Sporting Life
Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Origin Initial Hershberger Clippings


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