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|Date||Saturday, November 22, 1890|
[from Chadwick's column] An important and valuable amendment to the scoring rules has been made which bears with telling effect on the recording of effective team work at the bat. … While the revised rules still offer a premium to the batsman to bat for a record by giving undue prominence to two and three-base hits and home runs, the team batsman now has somewhat of a show given him by the introduction of the new record of “runs batted in by base hits.
|Source||” The Sporting Life|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|