Clipping:Spring training trials
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|Date||Wednesday, April 6, 1887|
The young players tried by the Philadelphia Club on the late Southern trip have all shown up fairly well in practice, but none have proved possession of sufficient ability to stay in fast League company or to displace any of the tried men of the old team. There is no doubt that all will develop into good players, but the lack of experience tells sadly against them, especially as there will be little or no opportunity for development, owing to the close and exciting League campaign which may be expected this season. Accordingly all, except perhaps Weyhing, will be allowed to go to other clubs, which have already put in bids for them, and the club will once more rely on the veterans of last season...
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|