Clipping:Indoor baseball in Buffalo
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|Date||Saturday, December 13, 1890|
[from C. F. Holcomb's column] It has come; we all knew it would get here [Buffalo] sooner or later, and now we can shout “told you so!” The indoor base ball furore, which has so long been the popular amusing in other cities, has had hardly a trial in this wind-swept town, until the West End Ball Club organized a team to play indoors. The first game took place Sunday last at the Prospect Rink. A number of well-known players-Tom Brahan, Short, and others—are doing well in this first attempt, and interest bids fair to increase. It is to be presumed that several base ball players residing here will take up the sport actively, at least some of them have expressed an intention of so doing.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|