Clipping:The Brotherhood provides legal assistance to players
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|Date||Wednesday, September 28, 1887|
It has been denied in certain quarters that the Brotherhood was instrumental or had anything to do with Radbourn's reinstatement by Boston. Well, the fact is that Rad was advised “to demand a copy of the charges against him and to present himself daily for duty, practice”, etc. [illegible] pay day; but lo and behold. Rad had no grievance thereafter. Apparently the Brotherhood had nothing to do with the matter, but who advised Rad and who employed the Boston lawyer?
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|