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Spalding'sAthletic Library
How
Edited
JESSE
F.
Sporting
Editor
Chicago
American
York
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How
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How
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How
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First
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226
How
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Second
No.
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How
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No.
228"
How
to
Play
Shoj^stop.
No.
229"
How
to
Catch.
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to
Pitch.
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Umpire;
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How
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a
Recko7ier
235
For
to
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Athletic
Ball
Percentages.
Base
Ball
Guide
for
How
to
1905.
Outfield.
Base.
Base.
Base.
to
Coach;
Manage
to
a
Captain
Hoiv
Team;
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League.
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Library
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of
Bases.
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Base
How
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Team;
How
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Play
BALL
Copy
per
No.
to
BASE
Sports
Publishing
pages
1905,
in
of
Spalding's
this
by
Company,
New
York,
book.
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Or-
Spalding' s
Athletic
Library,
INTRODUCTION
To
teach
object of
base
this
the
famous
as
earned
the
This
become
to
Men
who
THE
win
can
the
batter
you
hand,
if you
it and
fall out
of
end
one
of ball
and
star
it be
from
should
beginning
it information
on
which
outside
has
of
good
some
his
which
you
every
reader
unable
the
sure
a
the
other
hit when
in
the
your
ball
base
professional diamond,
If you
day.
some
ment
depart-
are
On
to
occupy
you
this
and
team.
any
are
prairie or
under
to
fairly well
already
course,
attention
almost
and
WIN.
has, of
who
field
on
fielder
the
CANNOT
man
can
ledge
on
and
bat
can
turn
position
the
runs
youths
years,
but
are
BAT
young
If you
a
are
for
games.
CANNOT
a
boy and
every
playing nowadays,
that
team
ball
ball
a
intend
who
miss.
boy
find
can
needs
who
game.
sport
in
find
to
sure
The
game.
world, whether
will
boys
who
base
catch
to
of
side
the
to
every
national
with
THAT
Therefore
It is for
players.
familiar
important part
TEAM
learned
ball
are
pitching,is batting.
pitchers
from
is
as
others
hundred
a
only for those
^s
great
diamonds
most
great
as
elegance
plays the
been
ill afford
book
the
base
just mastering
can
The
that
mean
have
prairie
in
live
to
become
and
among
selected.
be
to
will
who
from
youths
other.
man
are
they
enough
and
are
Delehanty
was
professional
who
who
as
not
and
youth
the
the
does
effectivelyis the
bat
to
boys
future
those
are
money
to
year
those
at
players of the
there
you
Lajoie,
have
especially
great
Among
best
players how
book.
It is aimed
whom
ball
cannot
hit you
are
wanted.
not
It is likely that
of
put
base
the
place
at
ball
other
the
in
one
way
or
men
out
and
plate.
He
knows
of
this
another.
then
how
he
book
has
He
has
has
much
"gone
he
played
the
game
helped
his
team
in"
wanted
to
to
take
make
his
a
HANS
Pittsburg's great
Lajoie in being considered
fuss at the plate,
does not make
Wagner
any
hard and straight from
the shoulder.
shortstop
the best of batters.
but hits the ball very
WAGNER,
vies
with
Spalding
knows
hit, he
hit
HE
and
exuberance
HOW
important
an
he
his
retains
well
does
of
Library.
9
if he
feU
he
MISERABLE
did
make
FELT
HE
a
HE
IF
OUT.
Such
so
full
KNOWS
STRUCK
that
how
Athletic
s
have
not
be
for
trying
man
to
hitter
good
position invariably
another
as
is the
asset
able
field
if he
even
the
IF
YOU
CAN,
told, perhaps,
that
LEARN,
team
field
to
In
fact, he
well.
so
THEREFORE
ball
is unable
place.
same
nearly
to
base
the
to
TO
HOW
BAT
EFFECTIVELY.
You
have
bat.
to
is not
That
All
a
been
full
body
of
good
if you
blurred,
ball
from
the
past
you,
you
natural
after
is
a
this
point
to
have
answer
well
of the
some
should
They
equally good
or
which
hold
ones,
take
they
clubs,
their
ball, how
A
watch
ball, and
they
great
player
is
start
many
a
great
to
of
what
how
how
for
things
the
they
they
they
eye
do
be
may
way
Jones
where
game
in
their
then,
many
or
the
feet
if
men,
position
which
pitcher while
and
it
make
these
watch
manner
with
the
swing,
copy
there
that
day, Lajoie, Wagner,
Fielder
the
plate, watch
to
should
opportunity
ball
base
said
right
playing; they should
are
the
a
accept
must
way.
batters
great
go
watch
watch
they place them,
the
at
the
prove
im-
may
attempt
be
the
wrong
have
not
and
Stahl, Chance,
Collins, Freeman,
others.
the
as
who
boys
bat,
to
it whizzes
until
batter
it must
this
to
a
star.
a
must
is
of
course
Practice
a
that
cry
and
plate
way
as
the
up
the
at
wrong
reason
see
set
In
just
natural
For
a
and
likely to become
not
are
you
batter.
a
vision
if your
pitcher's hand
good
a
But
giants.
swift
the
for
necessary,
not
were
following
the
make
never
position
right
made
it leaves
of
self.
your-
determination, and
nearsighted,
are
you
moment
will
who
how
you
teach
can
is not
power
men
incapable
batters.
great
a
If
individuals
Many
been
You
of
plenty
eye,
teach
can
taught.
muscular
are
but
you,
his
have
is necessary.
eye
clear
a
be
can
grit. Great
hitters
good
many
is
need
you
You
so.
nobody
they
how
and
waiting
they
hit
for
the
first base.
are
to
hitter study
be
his
learned
methods,
in
this
and
way.
if you
If
a
have
ball
the
NAPOLEON
Greatest
all around
whsn
plainly how
at
he holds
batter
the
LAJOIE.
of
this
plate and
his bat.
generation.
the
above
He
is very
photograph
assuming
un-
depicts
Athletic
Spaldi7ig's
clear
same
is
there
will
you
he
do
would
no
he
club, only
one
is
followed
greatest
teach
each
one
case
batter, too, if
be
tion,
determina-
successful
that
else
or
there
catch
to
way
A
rest.
determination
in
obtained
from
like
shooting.
such
them
of
study of the
pitcher and
and
only
is
hold
differently, but
the
"
a
squarely
great
mean
you
plate by
be
can
to
the
will
of
is.
taken
and
feet planted
power
be
a
must
he
swing
the
be
ii
kind
same
method
plate, only
in
from
the
having
the
the
cannot
that
not
country
driven
being
batter
to
way
the
principle
at
and
you
His
must
stand
of
batters
the
this
to
way
why
does.
be
not
grit
same
reason
as
However,
one
the
eye,
Library.
same
of
never
position
aid
to
great
the
necessity of
the
a
the
that
the
when
you
you
swing.
Batting
are
is very
would
who
men
practice from
The
gun.
until
will
have
the
pitcher, you
get
rid
of
they
thing
same
will
never
become
never
now
very
grit and
never
much
these
just
things
you
well
well
shots
if
determination
persist
in
little value
to
inexperienced hunter,
you
will
you
be
and
of
afraid
practicing, for
a
haven't
you
being
to
hold
to
age
If
there
were
haven't
stop
of
know
they
with
batting.
to
if you
as
you
feeble
too
applies
determination,
might
crack
are
grit, if
have
As
until
you
team
your
as
hitter.
a
But, like the
to
all drawbacks
overcome
whether
can
you
player
feel
to
first time.
close
think:
"That
him
to
have
to
ball
played
you
only know
natural
for
any
young
is
driven
be
going
in
many
hard
they stick
have
and
games
sees
to
to
batted
ball
plate for the
the
swift
a
It is natural
mighty
unless
symptoms
he
when
back.
be
to
toward
advances
bit natural, too,
a
dangerous
not
you
is
and
he
when
able
be
may
by practice. You
It is most
not.
or
nervous
It
coming
are
and
young
for
shoot
him
hit," but
you
a
to
these
after
even
number
of
times.
But
in the
will
make
just
as
time
a
broad
you
constant
good
a
and
good
general
batter,
practice
rifle shot.
at
sense
constant
follow
if you
shooting
a
practice
the
rifle would
at
batting
right methods,
make
you
in
FRANK
Captain
the
foremost
of the
position
batters
Chicago
he
of
takes
the
CHANCE
National
at
the
National
League
plate.
League.
ing
club, illustratHe
is
one
of
the
Spalding
right here
But
rifle shot
and
''class" of
Let
mark
he
he
him.
is
hit
can
has
front
eyes
is
presented
to
He
raises
taken
his
in
there
are
who
bucks
they bag
let
Now
practice
players
time.
us
His
has
become
a
he
feeling that
well.
he
Try
has
strikes
to
"buck
fever"
about
you
plate filled
when
of
entire
larger.
has
the
through
fever."
and
Many
the
two
men
of
number
as
is
is
of
there
cannot
the
for
a
creeps
the
see
the
The
him,
for
him
hold
inning,
is needed.
cheer
He
which
hands
every
ninth
the
hit
a
over
before.
out"
which
club
in
3
a
But
won.
the
shake,
to
fellow
championship.
a
and
out
There
known
never
is 4
'em
little
his
Among
another
hinges
In
player.
"line
can
with
are
plate.
good
hitter.
who
score
ball
the
to
good
a
The
the
as
knees
His
not
EXALTED
be
applies
played
bases,
to
to
One
shaking
this, and
over
its result
Upon
comes
looks
game
is
game
the
on
are
get
down
"buck
the
fellow
the
as
is behind.
hitter
sure
and
this
is known
team
men
and
he
how
importance.
great
so
see
Finally
sits
He
sensation
off
tears
escape
is few.
games
he
has
quite
never
buck
hunter
He
times
only
buck.
The
shaking
strange,
can
home.
at
or
expert
him.
at
30
an
fine
a
up
eye
is
nothing
hundred
fine
poor
limb.
every
is many
The
The
uninjured.
quaking
two
him.
that
at
is the
he
looking right
bull's
A
That
that
looms
there
fires.
rifle and
of
feeling
the
hunter
the
tests
rifle until
a
time.
every
it is
than
good
a
thing which
very
Thinking
him
and
away
the
eye
woods
bigger
possession
forest
the
between
batter.
shot.
right before
Suddenly
buck's
bull's
13
drawn
practices with
man
ever
into
marches
be
may
the
or
tiny
a
he
only thirty yards
the
a
Library.
It is the
hunter
that
which
at
shot
the
suppose
parallel
batter.
good
either
us
yards
50
another
a
Athletic
s
ball
tremble
club
out.
be
that
in
all
with
you
of
base
the
nerve
have
OPINION
of
kind
ball.
batter.
a
You
time,
never
and
with
begun
OF
to
Try
it if
do
can
get
a
to
YOURSELF.
you
excited,
determination
hit
get
well
DO
from
away
keep
always
to
NOT
wits
your
to
go
hit
the
GET
the
the
ball,
AN
KLING,
Chicago
Nationals,
about
going
a
line
after
with
his
his
favorite
shoulders.
ball
"
one
on
Spalding' s
Athletic
Library.
CHAPTER
A
the
in
Batting
players
ball
he
day out, he
an'd
swift
before
he
become
can
Good
Good
batters
it fields.
If the
from
fielders
the
to
go
field
can
is
as
team
against it
they
well
better
no
nines
which
but
pasture,
to
hit.
Let
be
can
us
ball
ball
a
changing
than
Which
us
which
but
team
little
do
prairie
think
a
or
and
pleases,
you
can
lot
vacant
it
club
one
the
a
whenever
Let
of
other
the
in
day
win.
big leagues,
the
of
one
well
it away
get
will
ball
base
how
and
game,
that
any
it wishes.
place hits just where
and
matter
no
of
one
suppose
almost
face
must
winning
that
for
in
almost
seen
hit the
club
in
abilityto hit.
a
the
runs
teams
field
the
to
hit
can
the
Essential.
powerless,
the
two
best
in
is
score
the
work
can
can
match
as
utterly unable
do
club
the
and
it day
at
he
curving
in the
essential
them
keep
club, and
of
art
Absolutely
absolutely
and
extremes
the
accomplished
Batters
are
Without
team.
all of
know
his
veloped
player is de-
ball
must
his
upon
desires
hard-hitting
practice swinging
must
much
his
desperate practice. He
pitchers that
pace
The
Means.
Batter
depends
intensity of
possesses.
only after
Good
a
batsman
a
efforts, the
determination
What
"
as
prowess
individual
own
Term
Broad
can
would
win?
Remember
going
such
it
to
as
been
to
a
good
a
were
you
extremes,
have
as
serves
means
that
and
which
makes
the
at
will
you
described
playing against
shows
see
never
this
that
beginning
probably
illustration, and
each
what
two
was
teams
But
other.
hitting really
team.
Hitting
Hitting is
told
the
it
steam
Drives
which
capable
of
the
drives
downing
Along.
Team
the club
its
along, it is
antagonist,
the
power
it is the
only
JOE
Chicago
that
he
of the
Nationals, about
is
club.
just turning
to
to
TINKER,
meet
force
coming ball. It will be seen
his weight into the short swing
a
Spalding's
which
food
in base
clubs
make
can
ball.
begin
fall the
hunt
a
season.
They
material
is recruited
the
who
have
men
are
ones
These
admirers
If
in
the
to
the
two,
report
on
the
hardly
be
hit
hard
so
high
seen
the
BUT
into
manager
CAN
well
minor
league
whether
he
When
and
he
at
the
to
he
was
old
enough
to
hold
his
back, he
been
But
begins
ideas
down
to
to
he
he
place the
never
he
knew
a
can
be
can
ball
can
go
"phenomenon"
heard
to
how
So
the
He
been
has
he
all
them
bunt,
to
He
knee
do
the
used
know
youngster
do
that
he
a
he
hears
dozen
he
though
and
The
hears
of
then
had
of
of
more
which
he
different
sits
manager
some
things
properly before.
one
some
they have
has.
He
since
ever
without
while
a
finds
big club,
play.
to
after
game.
before,
to
this
about
even
telling them
begins
of
entire
to
joins the
reading
father's
his
on
of
very
in the
wants
hires
he
youngster
fielding than
"insides"
batted
practice.
he
sit
he
or
finest batter
manager.
team.
little advice.
and
ball,
the
comes
men
the
was
to
his
know
them
never
liner
no
the
league
where
and
the
or
or
minor
king
batting
among
ball
long time.
a
quite small, indeed,
to
for
ask
about
points"
which
learns
he
is
he
feels
uncrowned
an
it ;
said
grounder
the
that
No
get
short,
for
the
for
report
spring time
looks
fast
so
Then
nothing
swiftest
the
up
cannot
in
with
bat
to
the
as
well
league,
can
tells him
and
sought
be
the
play
this.
do
can
of
man
young
to
their
of
face
the
diamond.
the
In
little difference
makes
first
youngster
has
pretty
in the
pick
across
the
There
to
it to
air.
eyes
the
men,
BAT?
HE
batted
He
this
that
In
representatives
is able
throw
cities.
likely
a
such
likely
most
on
next
all
smaller
players
is made.
it skims
as
enough
which
and
which
the
are.
watch
they send
youngster
cutter
grass
ball
greater
against his fielding. He
or
they
managers
or
from
of
all
over
ball
they call it,for the
as
leagues
where
no
17
big league base
the
reputations in the
possible the
or
minor
look
made
are
of
managers
material,
and
heroes
game
a
young
go
there
earth.
for
Library.
thrive, it is the all important thing
chib
any
Every
Athletic
''fine
the
little tricks
ways
he
to
hit,
realizes
DOUGHERTY,
PATRICK
Left
fielder
batters
he
for
the
the team.
on
is possessed of.
New
The
York
Americans,
photograph
shows
and
of
one
what
a
the
best
long reach
Spalding's
practices all
He
he
teams
look
a
does
"find."
the
is
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fields
hits
his
have
may
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a
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head."
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as
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disease
which
will
and
the
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time
to
handicap
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play
given
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But
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smile
first
expected
find.
to
does
more
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easy
the
you
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the
be
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that
ball
a
umpire,
the
hardest
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open-
he
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and
nervous
which
yet
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plays like
he
game
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out.
positions to
play
a
plauded
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vet-
a
himself.
with
his
the
face
and
matter?
as
tells him
manager
with
frowns
he
days
just starting
makes
inning
of
impediment
and
place feeling
matter
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There
manager?
that
the
the
bench
taps
is
game
a
weak
were
to
youngster
next
the
with
that
he
pitcher.
and
work
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youngster.
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field.
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on
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are
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be
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big league.
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youngster
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wish?
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to-day, but
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the
satisfied
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approaches
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finger tips. What
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boy
league before
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of
of
stage
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manager
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base,
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minor
and
third
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on.
either
yourself
all of
the
the
have
or
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the
feels pretty
hold
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against
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at
street,
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takes
in
in
to
may
boy
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likely
are
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youngster
given
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the
with
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vigorously.
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in
season
trial at
and
determined,
begins
sent
are
smaller
Conceited.
advice
first game
the
the
fielder
fastest
the
further.
back
the
club.
any
all the
throughout
you
you
to
a
after
that
it
any
championship
for
manager
as
goes
unpopular
you
comes
The
pitchers that
find
to
go
probably send
of
bat.
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saying
you
player, make
the
position.
try
so,
before
games
exactly like this.
dangerous
yourself,"
with
early
little sound
a
career
pretty
a
let
19
nervousness.
Do
here
the
Library.
the
thinks
cleanly
as
; he
overcoming
Right
with
kindly and
big leagues
he
In
them.
fairly well
him
upon
of
Athletic
because
day he did the
same
the
he
in
the
stick."
fanned
The
did
you
crowd
did
twice
and
sent
forgave
such
thing again
good
and
two
him
cause
be-
work
in
the
crowd
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Another
view
of
Larry, with
LAJOIE.
his
eye
on
the
ball.
WILLIE
By
ball
many
and
of the
m
manner
of
New
Americans'
right fielder
considered
to
IS
outfielder playing base
this photograph an
excellent
representation is given
he steps into the ball when
he bats
which
in
Characteristic attitude
he
KEELER,
York
be
the
best
Spalding'
is
tunity
given
understand
how
determination
that
you
do
be
the
begin
you
should
will
you
Library.
Athletic
before
and
you,
s
it
and
practice
adhere
batter
good
a
23
make
self
your-
rigidly
above
the
to
all
other
things.
things
These
the
player
and
boy
the
on
on
boys
apply
a
who
not
only
school
grammar
college
belong
or
to
base
or
nine
mercantile
to
the
ball
clubs
professional
the
high
and
in
the
every
but
player,
school
thousands
city.
team,
of
to
the
men
WILLIE
Another
view
of
this
popular
KEELER.
little batter
bunt.
showing
him
about
to
Athletic
Spalding's
Library,
CHAPTER
How
Become
to
Good
a
The
first
thing
bat
which
of
kind
his
makes
bat.
bread
These
hardly
men
Kind
in
it is out
so
of
his
should
of
full
is to
do
the
select
big, powerful
stick
the
Select
"
Bat.
The
heavy
a
Pursue
to
a
best.
with
such
possession
of
player
him
butter
use
Method
"
ball
a
suits
it,and
swing
is not
that
and
II.
Batter
Right
25
that
the
question
strength
the
to
to
try
heavy
a
could
boy
young
for
who
man
usually selects
bat
the
a
youth
who
with
such
bat
instrument.
an
it is best
However,
swing
easily. Select
much
of
the
bat, and
house
which
one
send
You
will
he
and
ball
the
far
the
and
firm
out
a
mind
in your
will
'T
the
afraid
not
am
hit
Cling
of
this
to
the
modifications
the
game
and
the
ability
long
over
to
the
as
the
hit
first ball
any
pitcher."
throughout
plate
it is
likely to be
you
will
be
an
at
before
it may
a
the
right quality of wood,
hold
you
it
firmly,will
Ball.
bat, let this be
to
easy
out.
pitched
most
upper-
the
instance, if the
and
you
to
hit.
to
grounder
If
he
shoots
If
some
of
you
the
been
of
sure
it is better
learn
in
is close
game
quite
are
let it go.
to
has
who
man
will
you
I
plate.
the
over
later
and
single attempt,
better
a
to
For
trying
fly or
is
career
is wild
a
be
that
come
seasons.
ball
possible
Hit
your
will
which
the
reliable
a
squarely.
plate ready
very
opposing pitcher
to
too
weight of
the
representative of
the
can
you
spending
of
judge
which, if
to
without
as
:
several
for
of
hit it
if you
advance
you
bat
and
Determine
When
the
heavy
as
"
use
best
to
rest
you
the
be
bat
can
you
can
give
is strong
heavy
a
which
leave
then
use
one
effort.
an
to
to
the
hit
your
wait
first
the
as
one
ball
infielders,and
SAM
A
player
holds
the
with
such
MERTES.
shoulder
tremendous
ground records
many
ball squarely and
throws
for
long
all the
distance
force
development
batting.
of his
arms
that
He
into
he
meets
the
hit
Spalding
Athletic
s
If Pitcher
show
If you
that
better
the
do
can
have
next
just
with
done
does
with
that
ball
Not
Do
what
a
under
not
tactician, send
it.
at
Have
feel that
he
at
has
a
him
to
Never
That
is another
take
to
it
have
to
when
and
There
game.
tend
pitcher
to
make
but
they would
even
no
then
so
more
weakness
your
course,
they
longer be
that
who
umpires
when
cannot
good
is
at
be
"bite"
if you
once
If you
are
make
that
just
if he
not
mental
a
fact
very
is
Umpire.
the
strike
a
will
the
the
change
think
you
him
upon
with
about
nothing
their
reverse
decisions
are
useless
they give the
while
time.
same
best
ready
always
when
knows
excited,
umpire.
the
protestations
your
umpires.
is
turn
not
he
at
with
pitcher
calls
him
and
could
will
you
will
disagree
ball, do
a
all the
you
times, of
are
which
tell
no
the
not
umpire
given,
are
insight to
an
There
and
are
they
once
the
You
degree.
plate do
called
been
attitude
threatening
the
If
The
you
as
That
"bite."
to
with, and
With
of
it.
certainly,
them
pitcher
deal
certain
a
weakness
advantage.
ought
the
the
to
Disagree
at
are
you
refuse
ball
one
collect
or
and
will
in, thinking
close
you
poor
cool
a
likely to unsteady
While
about
at
vain.
excited.
he
for, and
lost them
striking
that
note
have
you
into
led
wits
your
it is not
Excited.
become
and
high
one
over
two.
Get
pitcher is looking
the
even
If
in
all
it at
hit
clination
in-
squarely
ball.
a
the
an
it is
plate swing
if you
circumstances
any
ball
be
all
shown
has
swing often
not
other
the
Do
the
over
is
he
conditions
to
sure
stand
under-
pitcher
balls
second
the
eye
of
the
on
such
throws
coming
either
make
especially if he
Under
27
Wait.
base
your
sure
a
well
as
and
is almost
one
it is
with
batter
good
coolness
get
if he
that
see
you
Then
before.
even
The
plate.
and
wild
wait
to
is Wild
wilder,
become
to
be
to
to
expect
you
likely
more
consummate
Library.
umpires
their
It must
decisions
be
takes,
mis-
make
or
else
remembered.
FRANK
Chicago
Americans,
showing
ISBELL,
position of
plate.
a
left-handed
batter
at
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CHiCK
Boston
at
the
League.
champions' great outfielder, who
plate and
is
one
of
the
hardest
has
a
hitters
very
easy
in the
position
American
Spalding' s
Athletic
Yourself
Firmly
Plant
First, however,
your
of
should
be
weight
should
rest
with
earth
in
front
to
move
of
a
If
ready
ball
that
you
bat
to
reversed
foot
be
of
left
your
At
the
this
rate
any
is
acts
as
the
order
to
get
in
way
will
foot
acts
it
with
you
of the
way
later
the
regarding
batters) the conditions
right foot
your
the
as
said
be
left-handed
having
is out
and
pivot
out
the
on
foot
ready
are
most
close.
too
the
to
pivot and
batters
and
yet have
the
heavy
hold
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knob
are
of
rear
the
is
weight
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The
short
left
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hand
grip
it," as
in
now,
of
and
get
hitting, so
the
near
the
not
of the
some
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from
away
clubs
so
the
after
you
will
as
six
uppermost
uppermost
if
plate
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do
of
some
knob
the
on
way
proper
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often
on
sort.
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sure
miss
are
long
a
grip
while
as
it.
the
prairie
will
you
you
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fixed
thus
are
you
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eight
if you
you
the
or
from
inches
bat
right-handed
batter.
left-handed
because
the
be
can
you
hitting.
your
Just
renown.
ball
Just
that this is
hand
when
hear
you
anything
just
their
about
taken
is better
think
not
be
right
the
unerring
more
far
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for
generally conceded
should
grip
with
the
stood
have
to-day hold
of
to
you
Held.
be
batting.
of
renowned
allow
swing.
Should
part
will
bat.
the
and
the
Bat
days
become
it is
firm
into
the
other
hitters
But
end.
of
which
position
is the
important
most
a
big
the
right foot
and
grip
left
your
you
(more
effectiveness
greatest
This
of
firm
a
and
of
How
do
left foot
Get
meantime
right-handed
bat
you
it.
upon
to
Plate.
your
foot.
31
ground
thrown
right and
instead
the
either
step
may
and
If
of
rear
that
the
left-handed
relative'merits
left
In
The
way.
the
on
resting lightly on
thus
are
in
spikes.
your
either
the
at
plant yourself firmly.
right foot
your
Library.
do
may
swing
course,
that
you
Don't
diamonds.
if you
enough
become
with
even
a
the
make
try
to
a
hit
maker
home-run
all of your
"kill
to
are
might
greenest
at
batter
Spalding'
be
might
and
hit
you
are
able
the
Watch
a
Here
for
it
ball
the
the
Your
It
33
with
hard
and
and
Hold
and
don't
is
all of
hit
his
th-
at
will
strength
beginning
in
as
it.
Watch
it will
for
hard.
swing
It takes
and
look
it
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arrow.
it is
Maybe
course.
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pass
watch
and
an
its
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Then
turn
every
turn
Bat
how.
straight
not
where
the
forget yourself
as
know.
read}^
know
you
Watch
comes
determine
bat
as
Don't
comes.
break.
to
way
bat
carefully.
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curve.
only
swing
Carefully
the
to
straight ball
a
if you
Most
tightly
as
ball.
is
Ball
the
Hold
out
ball, but
swing
and
eyes
Library.
lucky.
Watch
the
his
shut
to
Athletic
s
it.
is the
That
you.
but
it is not
ready
Short
Swing
is the
swing
to
blindly.
How
then ?
A
with
Better
than
movement
much
because
time
a
bat
in
it will
your
and
body
the
and
arm
than
is
It
arms.
therefore
swing
and
eye
toward
a
you,
wide
will
Never
Remember
the
on
eyes
with
where
been
if it
tell you
that
Allow
the
this
always
to
out
or
have
one
it.
meet
learn
if it would
be
your
wrists, body
and
ball
This
it.
long
a
does
one
pair
im-
not
arms
all at
the
almost
until
the
subject will
"
a
the
over
breaks,
your
it is
going.
It
side.
one
ball
good
are
Pitcher
no
right
If it
So
curves.
you
finally that
see
you
but, instead, is coming
short
that
are
much
vigilant. If
be
practice, will
down,
of
is better
swing
the
connects
must
eye
curve,
the
swing
the
also
be
fully later.
your
is not
so
you
keep
can
the
more
But
length
short
with
short
you
that
moment
treated
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not
swing
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with
vision.
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use
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it does
combined
movement
effective.
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wrist
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Best.
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it
with
likely
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had
the
come
quick
ball
plate, then
eye,
is
the
as
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con-
to
go
chances
straight,
lightning
let it pass.
Drive
how
You
Back.
critical
the
game,
no
JOHN
J. McGRAW,
champion Giants, who has perhaps the best eye
of any
unite
professional playing base ball. Pitchers, to a man,
is the hardest player to deceive whom
in saying that McGraw
they
face during the playing season.
Manager
of
the
Spalding
how
matter
force
close
to
you
do
cannot
times
long before
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Easily enough.
duck
to
easy
foot
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and
from
breast
straight toward
is sufficient
enough
forward
in such
position and
batter's
the
The
he
when
you
he
is
always
away
from
he
one
is the
seeking
simply
it
such
to
step
squarely
are
cool
a
The
and
pass
you.
into
the
Into
necessary.
8
to
inches
wild
be
you
step
may
driving
not
keep
of
you
feet
your
stepping
of
out
to
are
of
the
ready
the
in
out
club
so
be
not
has
then,
and
able
hit it.
to
you
hit
will
be
may
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opposing
and
will not
you
front
of
you
may
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that
be
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long
it
to
ycu
means
hit
to
pitcher that
the
right-handed
a
you
ball
weight
arm
you
frightened.
be
is that
as
plate.
when
you.
are
whole
a
the
literally for
mean
ball
from
ball, and
the
if
put
him
back
foot,
case
to
not
that
left
your
as
will
driven
the
ball
the
thrust
you
for
he
Ball.
does
that
once
frightened, then
easy
being
That
When
back.
you
are
the
calculating batsman
sideways
swing
plate
demonstrate
to
be
You
it.
toward
drive
to
together, watch
position
a
that
batter, should
or
coming
should
to
instead
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the
hard
into
and
reason
forward
is
it is
scarcely
is
6
then
it is better
plate and
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avoid
to
way
step
you
into
step
is
ball
a
pitcher
you,
forward
body
across
teeth
your
passes
batter
head
your
from
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however,
Step
Clinch
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and
bone,
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you."
wants
shoots
That
when
a
as
body
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slightly behind
case,
the
And
box.
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you
bend
pitcher
gets
a
habit.
you
being hit?"
way.
past.
go
plate, for
the
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that
back
to
ball
the
across
away.
in
throw
to
thing that
a
straight for
coming
it in
it to
allow
let him
not
ruined
ribs, leaning backward
your
to
is
ball
bone
is
be
to
avoid
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am
avoid
this
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do
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in
a
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head
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likely
are
you
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ask:
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to
getting into the
without
succeed
you
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plate.
the
is formed
habit
whizz
balls
from
retreat
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the
once
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Athletic
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step
may
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of
the
swing
to
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Centre
fielder
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of
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the
the
DONLIN,
champion
hardest
position is
men
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to
fool
who
at
masterpiece.
bat
is
in
generally
the
garded
re-
National
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then
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eye,
the
brain
and
without
only
seems
everything
that
moment
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he
enough
soon
and
is
it will
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or
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batters
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catch
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be
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if
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out
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can
be
care,
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all
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left-handed
from
three
batter
to
it
plate, and
sure
are
be
position
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if
feet
requires much
first base
at
than
help but
appeal
left-handed
batters
to
to
all
the
to
be
many
he
has
be
game
great
far
better
to
can
long
as
the
as
cause
be-
right-handed
Handed.
a
learn
unnatural
this
as
Left
Bat
bat
will
there
left-handed.
bat
to
just
But
who
some
to
overcome
there
left.
it would
learn
left-handed
fact
utmost
right-handed attitude.
batters
batter
left-handed
a
he
the
their
great
able
be
never
right-handed
time
and
a
all be
could
we
played there
starting
hands
mistakes.
cannot
argument
Learn
bats
seen
from
side of the
right-handed
they will
Since
had
it passed.
before
may
of
left-handed
a
the
once.
Consequently
would
up
start
a
he
his
get
with
and
well
as
for
batter.
this
of
sense
readers
hit
the first base
from
right-handed
The
game
could
ball
statement
they have
fielding to
a
broad
it
it is, since
after
not
treated
gain greatly by giving
they would
faster
this
naturally,
batsman
Batting.
misconceptions
to
beginning
the
right-handed
get
lead
be
must
to
everything.
when,
Handed
Left
subject which
a
hit the
to
to
bat
imagines
do
could
he
he
bat
time
the
done
indeed,
that
and
taking,
was
Right
This
hands
the
practiced
Such,
him
to
remember
to
ball
working
to
and
to
hold
are
the
vision
the
which
things
action.
simple
arms
only
the
course
arms
the
has
it appears,
and
39
conveys
eye
hands
those
so
appears
the
All
involuntary
an
Library.
the
causes
ball.
the
thought,
any
lightning
as
brain
the
it toward
push
the
quick
Athletic
to
feeling
advantage
for
to
him
and
the
bat
at
will
over
boy
who
one
is
who
just
left-handed.
first,but
find
that
in
he
a
can
short
hit
right-handed.
batters
to-day
who
can
hit
both
ways
CRAWFORD,
SAM
Detroit
the
outfielder,
bat
and
hits
who
with
has
a
great
tremendous
force
to
swing
right field.
with
Spalding' s
with
effectiveness.
equal
with
equal
"base
with
Athletic
Library.
is, they
That
effectiveness, but
they
41
unable
are
equal effectiveness, especially if
hit
can
reach
to
the
first
the
is
ball
ball
the
infield
an
drive.
It is
the
plain
be
to
off
his
before
he
entirely
and
thrown
the
The
exact
he
swings,
is
ready
to
run
ball
the
base
There
often
made
is true
the
at
ball
his way
and
fast
the
self
him-
throws
himself
recover
club
bat
start
fielder has
is
has
that
"
this
raise
he
into
his
connected
the
to
will
a
will
have
be
forced
be
to
to
ball
toward
batter
the
so
The
eliminated
is
that
meet
advantage.
great
the
he
ball.
the
left-handed
not
and
with
feet
with
When
stride
contact
already several
is not
ball
batter.
exactly into
comes
advantage
of
left-handed
the
him
fact, he
the
all
the
must
of
throws
In
another
After
drop
fairly on
the
much
and
has
swing
instant
is
curves.
He
moment
the
at
swings
yourself, that
to
first base.
to
for first.
he
stride.
opposite
the
when
got
it
demonstrate
can
you
batsman
right-handed
again,
seen,
many
straight
right
at
the
start.
The
right
consider
us
handed
The
pitcher.
not
curve
handed
inshoot
of the
far
curfe
not
between
it and
faces
he
a
"
then
very
left-handed
and
a
the
To
pitcher is
is usually very
the
an
it be
straight ball, unless
it does
it is
sent
the
across
batter
Since
finds
shoot
out-
right-
the
to
right-handed
he
outshoot.
pitcher the
out-shoot.
speedy
right-
outshoot, but
hit when
to
the
inshoot
an
the
to
and
left-handed
becomes
angle.
correct
equally well. Let
relation
inshoot
than
the
thing
hard
in
the
meet
speedy
more
If
exactly the
at
to
left-hander
the
batter
always
far.
so
of
plate
is
has
He
hit these
can
batter
right-handed
the
inshoot
batter
left-handed
or
the
this does
little difference
either
high
a
or
a
low
ball.
The
finds
left-handed
the
is just
as
outshoot
hard
to
batter
of
hit
as
is for
handed
pitcher edges
away
he
faces
pitcher coming
the
so-called
right-handed
pitcher
the
the
when
from
batter.
the
a
in
right-handed
toward
outshoot
The
of
him
the
inshoot
left-handed
pitcher
and
this
left-handed
of
batter.
the
right-
OTTO
Chicago
Nationals,
waiting
WILLIAMS,
for
the
pitcher
to
dehver
the
ball.
Spalding'
Of
batter
left-handed
another,
one
is the
in the
batter
right-handed
the
43
natural
hit, since they stand
to
do
as
Library.
pitcher
left-handed
the
course
Athletic
s
pitcher for
the
relation
to
same
and
the
right-handed
pitcher.
is
It
between
the
to
easy
left-handed
the
ability
side
of
him
to
much
first base
reach
than
quicker
Regarding
hit
to
a
be.
Only
him
this.
After
the
There
the
batters
not
a,
the
are
home
is
it will
into
up
the
When
out
surprised
at
together.
good
is the
He
the
the
ball
bat
to
with
the
that
that
squarely
with
Your
aim
will
going
will
eye
to
tell
Batting.
only
far
harder
it is hit
it will
is
It
Many
out.
the
to
go
If,
"nose."
the
on
is hit
ball
the
ground
or
benefited.
not
the
of
experiment
may
the
almost
surest
swing.
short
ball
swingo
the
altogether.
it go
the
short
a
ball,
the
at
However,
make
which
be
it is
the
swing
swinger is
pitched
a
frequency
hit
it.
ball
and
unerring
holding
will
You
the
bat^will
how
matter
no
be
pitcher.
throw
may
out
so
the
come
hard
providing
hard
the
short
that
hit
if he
in
sides.
fact
the
straight ball
what
use
practicing batting try
are
club
your
go,
air, and
you
made
is not
ball
the
however,
been
a
long swing
a
who
the
ball
hit
Swing
two
use
denying
no
further
the
who
hit the
has
run
There
question
ones
to
necessary
has
man
bats-
a
in himself.
make
batters
great
so
good
training of
Long
who
batters
other
Consequently
the
it
do
can
for
easy
knows
confidence
vs.
as
to
and
coming
have
great
are
him
practice in the
Short
are
there
and
is
curve
Jie must
The
it is for
as
constant
that
all, just
for
batter.
right-handed
it is, after
curve
when
knows
the
he
as
the
on
easier
much
so
hitting the ball, and
after
can
curves
it is
far
as
lies
advantage
great
batter, because
left-handed
the
The
little difference
batters
right-handed
is concerned.
hit
to
the
and
is
there
that
consequently,
see,
and
squarely
it almost
you
will
almost
any
find
every
place and
the
ball.
time.
you
You
have
are
only
able
also
hold
to
to
hit
DICK
outfielder
Boston
is
one
of
the
who
good
has
hitters
COOLEY,
a
capital
of
the
eye
for
National
the
ball
League.
and
Spalding' s
Athletic
Library,
CHAPTER
Scientific
Thus
if
far
it may
bunt
It
is
the
follow
be
If
into
he
by
it out
sending
is, though,
this
fielders'
who
"inside"
as
effectively when
where
a
will
they
is
a
There
do
straight
ball
hard
But
turning
or
of
out
thing
then
ball
at
of
be
time
the
every
such
a
place
a
batter
in the
centre
fields
slightly. The
thing
good
it
on
safely
any
left,right
reach
and
will
never
every
into
in every
batsmen
the
could
nearly
to
pleased.
hit
who
either
ball
it
as
power
were
ball, for
the
probably
batter
it.
of
could
who
base
no
mercy
long
as
else
everybody
be
the
develop this
can
and
so
at
a
a
possible and
as
or
fielder.
the
to
do,
most
batters
take
a
chance
that
prefer
it will
the
over
go
it
send
to
heads.
if
a
bunt
you
would
so
wanted
get the
to
be
was
knock
can
Since
to
plate.
never
big leagues
is not
part of batting,
it is known
to
that
do
batter
a
the
to
came
just where
after
ball
place hits
to
believing
remain
was
There
But
scientific
the
power
footsteps there
never
he
far
of
base
the
were
you
batting could
batter.
as
In
times
at
pitcher would
There
hit
led
in your
the
time
said
Hits.
Placing
and
good.
not
game
been
merely
and
III.
Bunting
that.
means
absolutely.
side
called
needed
most
Do
has
nothing
be
batting.
Batting,
47
batter
a
great
deal
swift.
too
uses
a
great
will
of
be
learn
practice,
When
with
contented
a
faces
batter
variety of
place
to
a
it
nicely
hit
he
if the
can,
pitcher
pitcher, though,
speedy
placing of hits is
the
curves
safe
short
a
a
hard
thing.
How
Let.
There
shove
us
suppose
are
the
two
bat
that
ways
Place
to
want
you
to
get the
against the
ball,
Hit
a
to
to
place
Right.
a
ball
in that
not
swing
hit
in
right field.
direction.
it, but
One
is
just shove
to
it
PATSY
As
a
beats
he
DONOVAN.
has no
chop hitter Donovan
superior playing base ball. He
hit
his
out
to sprint rapidly to first after
a
by
ability
many
has
knocked
the ball to
the ground.
Spaldifig's Athletic
against
place
the
by trying
it
not
rise
if you
as
want
you
it will
ball
to
in the
it
air.
to
the
ground
and
to
the
second
baseman.
Your
fielder
the
to
it.
in
tried
be
the
pitcher
When
is
held
firmly.
may
land
You
be
looked
which
ball
place the
hits
If
all.
when
inning
games
batters
tried
while
to
to
go
enough
for
the
to
right
do, and
should
batter
unlesss
else
the
for
the
I
in the
would
you
grand stand,
tried
had
you
have
to
effective
not
are
this
For
time
the
out
close
seen
known
have
extra
the
that
do.
the
when
of
is young
game
In
speed.
It will
"
ning
in-
extra
an
and
weakened
have
chance.
see,
picking
in
pitchers
the
or
right fielder
all wrong.
are
they did
plenty
the
they
hits, and
has
Indeed, it
baseman
for
be
it.
used
be
should
far.
go
that
or
bat
the
to
crowd
get
place hitting
when
speed, watch
their
could
such
just
try
though,
to
readily
can
you
advantage.
to
opposing pitcher
the
that
grounder
a
far
in
second
understand
exactly what
do
wise
game,
lost
used
ball
the
by the
should
by
thing
ball
just right they
care
be
far
enough
perfectly right
not
won
is not
It
batter
no
are
can
far
as
fielder
utmost
they
Then,
weak
be
possible
so
on
just
too
the
a
of
go
where
they
the
reason
too,
not
must
such
hands
probably
would
Such
the
it.
a
first
inexperienced
against
expect
may,
as
upon
and
an
if
the
to
squarely it will
at
it
difficult
by
bat
cannot
catch
in and
run
ball
send
to
a
could,
easy.
your
It
fly ball
out
head
most
a
hit
a
easy
be
game
directly into
first baseman.
to
an
extremely
shove
you
will
be
you
little underneath
a
hit such
is
close
a
If you
baseman's
This
a
squarely,
but
should
second
get
not
at
you
idea, though,
over
pass
such
4g
it, if
push
Make
go.
hit
to
would
Library.
have
certainly come
to
you.
The
other
is
way
for
to
hit it
right
field
your
club
plate
it is clear
for
right
over
a
the
swings
rear
to
just after it
against
that
you
field drive
end
right-handed
a
over
of the
it
batter
has
passed
squarely just
the
hit
first base
rubber.
get
to
will
catch
be
to
it
the
over
as
ball
a
it goes
centre
just
as
out
into
plate.
over
field.
it is
If
the
But
passing
MILLER
Cincinnati's clever
manages
position
second
make
many
at the bat.
to
HUGGINS,
baseman,
a
hit,as
who
would
although
be
not
indicated
very
large
by his good
Spalding'
Regulating
is
liner
try
described
fairly "on
give it
You
be
and
is and
bat
is
an
of
it
ball
else
or
the
squarely
be
and
your
then
to
eye
and
in
every
as
has
a
line
or
a
stance,
inbeen
hit.
to
That
pass
wrists
to
your
the
ball
put
the
to
step'
It is well
you
it
begins
it to
getting
where
is.
moment
of
just
nose."^
the
hands,
your
and
ball
the
it "on
see
arms
the
way
to
get
right field
Hit
Over
Third
past
the
near
outside
if the
even
Hits
where
matter
If it is your
just
fielder
to
to
too
are
as
will
you
trying
are
you
turn
to
are
is the
hit very
him
or
sack
hit
home-run.
a
hard,
batters
the
and
effective
most
frequent
more
that
Effective.
Most
three-bagger
reason
hit
desire
spot
cannot
get
when
outfield
the
to
good
it
the
do
when
between
bag
is not
that
not
It
give the
to
than
now
is-
batter
they
trying all the
are
that
ever
time
drives.
trying
Fielders
the
baseman
a
ball
is
Base
base
of
like
for
just such
When
third
the
late
too
careful
Be
smashed
be
to
field.
third
the
only
just, indeed,
foul
a
ball
the
catch
it.
turn
make
right
before
were
must
will
it needs
field
centre
into
over
bases.
told
be
fly
a
ball
a
hit
to
you
eye
at
ball
made
certain,
in
just
you
sharp hit past
no
such
it will
that
letting the ball
to
if you
A
for
impossible
hit
to
tell you
left field you
foul
a
send
two
your
effective
the
send
much,
can
are
be
or
line.
make
or
how
eyes
catch
squarely. To
A
so
hands
your
your
and
To
to
nose"
grounder
a
will
can
Train
instead
That
too
the
train
Sometimes
foul
you
arms.
your
just where
you.
as
left first to
then
forward
course,
undoubtedly
must
wrists
of
be
51
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roll.
a
ask
That
hard
as
Library
it may
that
so
thing which,
a
but
will
ball
a
Athletic
s
They
nowadays.
drops
if it is
to
the
put
where
desiring
will
to
hit
bat
to
under
can.
the
bait
out,
but
air.
left field, not
against
if you
liner
a
get
high in the
ball
your
to
it
shortstop, third
the
it, shove
make
it
right field.
far
baseman
as
you
Only
or
have
instead
left
been
of
LUMLEY,
Home-run
hitter
of
the
League
His
Brooklyns.
surprised all who
in
first year
his work.
saw
the
tional
Na-
Spalding
of
ball
a
Yon
you
have
the
until
Until
batter
fielder
no
to
possible.
Do
not
practice.
It
will
habit
of
result
is necessary
times
kind
he
will
to
ready
hit the
who
man
be
right field he
the
the
will
either
into
the
The
net
ball.
direction.
same
about
hit
can
you
them
It
three
other
no
member
the
have
him
in the
of
team,
you
"hole."
Hits.
nearly
and
it
good
every
that
left
to
the
pitcher fear
remember
must
there.
right-handed,
when
batter,
of
Place
May
and
here
go
make
come
left-handed
batter
that
plate if he
same
called
hit
that
without
you
direction
same
instead
remember
must
it reaches
short
the
as
is to
he
right field
or
to
to
send
batter.
instance, if the
sometimes
in
early
as
get
every
to
Batter
time
will
at
opposite in placing hits
right-handed
it in
you
left-handed
a
exactly the
you
one
expert
an
to
come
valuable
left-handed
the
hits
Make
time
same
to
you.
more
a
Handed
bats
that
probable
will
the
Left
place the
you
goes
kind.
other
pitcher fears
a
not
will
in the
for
you
at
serve
How
The
be
only make
not
when
push
hit
you
try
another
are
time
same
understand
and
to
the
waiting.
So
and
way
you
power
to
it will
For
to
only for the fielder
try
the
power
go
but
to
ball
that
this
Unconsciously
about
at
this
doing
this
ready and
are
expect.
to
It will
do
that
not.
every
for
and
batter
the
to
ball
Then
is
think
swinging
is that
of
develop
try
so
hit
one
55
surprise them.
can
what
capable
are
you
knows
they
you
place
Library.
And
which
to
power
hit.
to
witH
nothing
develop
that
likely
are
Athletic
s
if
way
the
over
to
his
make
desire
baseman's
at
it
make
to
fore
just be-
hit,
or
is
what
merely
means
head
ball
the
long
a
which
leaguer,"
second
swing
must
wishes
it is
"Texas
a
he
wants
the
or
a
stop's
short-
head.
If
he
baseman
wants
a
wants
and
to
make
little behind
foul, for then
hit
to
push
a
the
to
the
ball
long hit
him.
If
it will
roll
to
left
out,
field
he
holding
it is
too
far
the
it at
left, swing
behind
directly off the
face
should
end
firmly.
bat
the
ball
him
of
the
the
when
it will
bat.
third
If
he
it is
be
a
FRANK
Second
baseman
for
the
ISBELL,
Chicago Americans.
in this picture for a
the plate is too cramped
is not the best of judgment to grasp
the bat
the handle.
Isbell's
position
successful
batter.
close to the end
so
at
It
of
Spalding's
A
deal
good
of
sacrifice.
to
order
as
it
be
should
care
It is hard
do
to
should
care
placing hits, just
Athletic
Library.
used
be
enough
successfully the
used
the
at
in
picking
when
best
batter
57
the
batter
place
to
for
wants
hit, and
a
have
must
balls
out
ball
a
in
his
to
liking.
A
batter
does
not
sacrifices
who
if
care
ground.
It is not
The
should
ball
it is
not
than
the
least
at
rather
more
with
so
be
would
who
inches
desires
Then
high.
ball
a
few
a
batter
waist
have
he
"
above
the
place
to
his
low
line
hit.
a
of
vision
is better.
He
should
not
never
the
over
base.
Bunting
There
of
parts
players.
the
national
team
man
of
not
it had
infielder
good
the
him
up
batsmen
into
beat
when
out
the
opposing
playing
picking
of
bunt
every
pitcher
is
anything
and
time.
the
a
a
bunt.
is
If, for
of
the
chances
man
as
to
and
sort
it is
an
that
the
the
"puts
soon
that
as
the
be
ing.
sacrific-
of
batter
times, especially
fielder
good
example,
it
a
is
him
toward
left-handed
three
balls
are
a
who
diamond.
fast
good
pitcher is known
ground
than
start
than
way
every
not
bunt
a
score.
up
other
of
expecting
when
back, the
far
suspicious
a
to
one
to
comes
out
times
no
out
is
to
the
on
because
sooner
first base
exceedingly
an
twice
is not
are
is
bunt
is
the
Indeed,
effectively.
pitcher
begin
est
high-
important
most
pennant
pitcher
toward
in any
the
bunt
a
the
saying
the
among
League
bunts
pell mell
the
of
to
is
ball
Game.
played to-day.
"rattle"
when
the
even
one
how
Usually
and
of
National
will
it is true,
a
baseman
There
it
taught
seldom
Sometimes,
down
been
air," as
is used
Bunting
there
the
run
the
it is
won
that
is
the
it.
hunters
bunting
as
tries
Part
good
sport
is nothing
and
third
few
placing when
any
Important
first-class hunters.
a
can
will
Yet
once
on
There
lot
fail if he
ball
Brooklyn
every
He
marvelously
are
class
to
An
"
do
attempt
a
or
when
safe
hit
third
a
when
first baseman
fast
runner
when
baseman
bungler
excellent
the
is
it
is not
thing
to
will
lay
beat
OLIVER
Former
outfielder
with
the
PICKERING,
of
the
bat
and
Athletics,
a
hard
who
line
is
hitter.
an
expert
Spalding's
I have
seen
many
I remember
many
fifth
with
inning
batter
and
fielding game
Of
that
those
to
merely
who
runner
if he
third
ball
a
first batter
the
how
on
"
The
of
It
to
the
big
leagues
sacrifice
done
the
ball
are
you
shortstop
double
knows
or
play
without
Base
you
sacrifice
a
said
that
a
retired
be
is
first and
at
second,
to
go
means
sacrifice
tO'
or
has
been
hit
he
He
out
because
every
time
difference
no
consideration
Many
he
player
a
could
either
when
ball.
sacrifice.
must
no
it.
at
difference
pitched
a
makes
under
that
suppose
any
hit by
It
must
swing
let
so
do.
to
us
make
not
sacrifice.
is to
not
do
to
plays. Let
by being
him
to
must
Necessity.
a
or
up
He
first
him
The
cost.
run.
perfect
a
not
should
he
in
have
so.
score
end
man
looks
forgot
or
Well,
not
it.
"kill"
try
balls
on
next
ball
the
easy
sacrificing. It is
first may
double
only thing left for
is the
how
the
is in
will
batter
first,it does
reached
up
playing
let it be
is
prevent
hit, a base
a
duty
to
instant,
an
second.
reached
sacrifice is
quickly
so
in
what
already
the
Sacrificing
The
bunt
the
know
that
so
it
first
the
been
had
already reached
has
has
of
not
did
or
lost.
knows
reader
might
who
and
value
great
was
fourth
Suddenly
He
thing.
very
the
to
befuddled
which
team
pieces
to
the
placing
the
made.
bunt.
a
side
other
progressed
being
down
59
by this
hill
down
had
hit
a
laid
the
that
the
presumed
the
side
went
course
but
scarcely
being
result
which
games
one
Library.
started
team
a
neatly that
so
the
on
up
Athletic
ball
man
from
first
sacrifice
is the
than
more
and
the
when
must
be
only
safe
way.
games
In
baseman.
inning
afford
man
without
that
to
is
send
to
which
one
let
on
the
If
you
grounder
a
either
started
so
swing
at
either
to
it is
case
out
at
an
any
the
the
easy
propitiously
will
anything.
number
run
second
to
sent
single will
A
first base.
he
so
accomplishing
your
a
reached
likely
second
the
Consequently
cannot
has
up
is
are
won
or
likely to win
opportunity
first and
there
go
is
no
by
lost
for
your
by.
The
one
out
single
a
team
and
pitcher
that
the
DAVE
Preparing
of
the
"should
most
note
it is ideal.
to
make
a
bunt
to
FULTZ,
advance
a
base
runner.
Fultz
is
one
right-hand hunters playing ball and beginners
in which
he holds his -bat for
carefully the manner
clever
'
BEAUMONT,
CLARENCE
Pittsburg's fleet outfielder, who
to
make
a
has
taken
line hit if
a
full
possible.
swing
on
the
ball
Spalding' s
How
Now
how
not
are
that
to
are
try
The
the
are
the
know
if you
of
the
you
plate and
given the
are
is the
remains
that
already
wide
are
ones
tunity.
oppor-
of
manner
holding
be
to
it
hold
will
the
chance
Let
do
as
base,
of
with
the
the
left
the
if
right hand
right-handed
a
are
of
bat, the
that's
batter
be
must
the
the
big part
where
by the
ready
bunted
and
bat
your
run
loosely
held
hands
it is
fall the
ball
is
likely
that
the
fast
as
and
be
must
Be
ball.
to
he
that
sure
ball
the
moment
man
that
the
second
he
chooses.
he
he
In
reach
take
when
the
of
is
will make
already.
hitting it
of
another
bunt
even
they merely
hit and
a
for
bunt
out
one
that
they do
the
chance
advise
might
follows
who
man
that
the
base
with
first batter
no
be
may
order
be
a
scored
a
case,
so
third.
that
fast
the
however,
the
man
to
with
next
a
see
long
to
man
the
at
made
Then
wants
and
man
has
up
out.
one
he
Perhaps
to
first base
to
it is true,
may
such
is to
do
to
there
instead
second
to
out
picking it
upon
effectiveness
when
far
too
go
take
the
score
second.
on
happens
bunt.
him
to
fielder
going
runner
bunt
failed, but
first
that
the
not
managers,
does
batter
should
up
so
spoil the
would
suppose
so
catch
to
That
fast
too
go
reached
us
is
to
thing for
who
and
swell
let it strike
bat
out
time
man
Some
man
the
comes,
firmly the
likely
best
after
up
if you
left-handed
a
loosely that
so
have
next
out.
or
Then
on
The
knocked
yourself.
The
batter
with
way
it.
it is
the
ball
first.
it is held
and
up
the
for
can
you
If
half
goes.
when
strikes
right hand
are
bat
the
batter.
If you
end.
Then
ready
catch
left-handed
left hand
time
low
Hit.
You
which
right-handed
a
place the
near
you
are
a
batter
If
the
out
is to
way
if you
you
a
balls
only question that
best
hand
of
Sacrifice
a
63
club.
The
as
the
get
Library.
sacrifice ?
to
pick
to
are
you
to
Make
to
you
Athletic
has
a
bunt
second
the
man
should
will
third
on
the
outfield.
if the
second
to
bunt
chance
may
manager
the
fly
two-bagger
a
to
beat
be
have
out
always
plenty
the
ward
to-
of
JOHN
New
York
batters
which
on
he
Americans,
the
holds
team.
his bat.
who
ANDERSON,
s
Observe
one
of
the
best
carefully
the
and
easy
most
reliable
poise with
Spalding's
The
better
first has
The
The
same
batting. Since
the
over
that
see
If
the
anything
in the
has
he
ordinary
It
is^a
twice
out
base.
three
he
the
base
club
he
straight
Look
For
is not
hard
to
indeed, that
in
first base
bunter
he
is
ball
the
motion
the
safety.
reach
to
place
yet
bat
to
were
is seldom,
against the
while
advantage
if he
than
first
is off
things
bunter.
It
the
ered
consid-
in
considerable
a
left-handed
a
In
his
and
bat
first
the
nearer
is
turns
touching
ball.
Don't
In
this
batter
hits
the
looks
he
is
trying
for
out
as
feel the
you
If the
ball
If it has
that
has
been
bat
been
a
That
hit the
foul
single
a
where
out
base.
which
is
watch
hardly
the
should
ball
mistake
grave
ball has
with
run
run
back
are
on
the
base'.
is in
common
running
not
even
in the
he
when
he
done.
Just
your
might.
all of
can
where
hit before
been
be
never
that
always
matter
no
you
you
makes
batter
the
mistake
a
the
a
Bali.
remember
to
makes
he
find
the
first base
reach
to
to
thing
good
Consequently
around
soon
to
a
supposed
ball.
starts
Stop
it is
regard
the
is
for
batter
reaches
bunts
attempts.
places
has
time.
the
be
must
that, all other
advantage
who
thing
of
toward
the
batter
common
When
him
all of
Bunting.
bunting
left-handed
the
to
the
him.
score
ordinary hitting it
greater
a
way
right-handed
the
in
batter
in
left-handed
batter
applies
same
in
when
up,
hit and
a
demonstrated
left-handed
man
Batter
batter
been
right-handed
make
to
right and
it has
equal, the
being
the
as
second
Handed
left-handed
right and
65
Library,
the
try
Left
and
Right
the
is to
double,
a
for
however,
way,
made
Athletic
as
again.
The
out
take
mis-
gravest
his
hits.
That
and
American
do
not
see
plate
and
first base
National
leagues.
You
batter
after
has
run
can
loafing
he
gone
"
run.
hit
has
"
on
on
the
There
the
the
line
when
game
between
the
It makes
ball.
ground
is
a
or
always
into
a
no
the
chance
you
home
difference
air
the
of
the
where
batter
fielder
should
some
the
run
fumbling
ball
"
or
.-";
^^S'tep^
MIKE
St. Louis
catcher,
who
high and
GRADY,
Hkes
nothing better
send
it out
for
a
home
than
run.
to
get
one
waist
Spaldmg'
If it is
muffing.
infielder
The
when
knocks
the
ball
thrown
grounder
he
picks
it up
perfectly the
man
base-
if
work
and
is
thus
and
use
should
he
be
loaf
inning.
Then
if
certain
that
a
an
runner
it is almost
him
for
use
no
so
up
to
for
in
batter
and
first there
at
trying enough
is
the
allowable
last
infield
the
to
out
might
of
the
a
wild
throw
part
it is
when
pitcher is the
the
his
time
only
his
does
If it is
dropped.
may
67
Library.
it.
drop
may
be
if he
and
be
may
it, he
juggle
may
quickly
fly it
a
Athletic
s
to
much
strength.
saved
all of
the
he
is
he
will
all of
run
with
His
position
work
extra
is
that
possible.
This
It
is
done, of
be
can
practiced by
sometimes
are
tase
Run.
that
team
every
from
gives the signal and
other
at
of
times
the
used
in
The
the
batter
value.
its
signals.
sometimes
bench,
the
learned
has
aid
only by the
course,
given
and
Hit
The
signals
man
coacher
the
or
the
on
give it.
hit
The
but
it
is
"double
It
is in
for
be
used
can
out
one
sometimes
safe
it
and
There
is in
so
play.
out,
one
is
run
not
second
or
us
Clearly
hit
and
the
same
it,however,
that
suppose
the
thing
It
run.
time
coacher
The
the
a
base
is
runner
the
first
on
there
whether
of
bigger element
a
a
means
is
no
chance
there
than
may
for
the
first and
for
the
starts
for
second
before
hand.
is
ready
there
circumstances
merely
everything
The
thrown
the
play.
ball
the
batter
is almost
be
on
to
base.
batter
the
the
There
be
can
hit
out.
one
work
is to
batter
It
is
ball
the
at
be
must
easily
arranged
or
the
or
runner
gives it.
tilt.
runner
under
runner
pitcher throws
full
is
m^n
do
to
the
When
enough.
at
when
sacrifice,
out.
two
signal arranged
some
the
either
the
possibility of
still the
little difference
makes
or
is
there
place of
sacrificing.
Let
he
and
swings
of
sure
out
Many
at
and
at
the
the
ball.
reaching third
second.
times
Usually
he
starts
runner
knows
If
base.
the
what
he
for
hits
If he
second
it safe
does
pitcher is
the
not
pared
pre-
signal is
or
fe
m
1^^
m^t:^
"
"i
SAMUEL
Detroit
outfielder, who
CRAWFORD,
usually hits the
ball hard
and
safe.
Spalding's
Athletic
Library.
CHAPTER
IV.
Judging
The
batter
studied
him
he
then, should
Why,
The
"This
outside
of the
inshoot
high
Now,
what
How
has
dislikes?
Because
he
he
he
batter
watching
and
to
you
make
There
which
that
hit
cannot
it
man?
Is
the
plate and
of
a
a
ball
is it
is
a
deliver
ball.
If
which
you
has
of
can
best
hit
also
made
and
picked
note
a
first and
a
out
it is
fact
the
known
does
who
them
kind
it while
you
for
safe
a
a
of
are
drive
batting.
are
in
delivering
himself
kind
Watch
the
mates.
away
in
of
ball
out
for
batting it is the
perhaps.
it
motion
team
your
certain
way.
the
nearly always
give
not
have
certain
to
better
seen
side
a
pitcher
be
never
have
with
the
will
others
may
place and
same
of
have
the
ball
the
that
you
If you
him.
closely while
pitcher
delivers
he
batter
fact
the
weakness
your
delivers
in
the
it down
wrote
in mind
bear
make
curve
The
they
him
in the
hardly
manner.
He
likes
batter
what
He
plate.
hit.
to
the
it.
study
he
goes
a
the
to
of
note
a
looking for
when
of
made
what
slightest individuality he
the
If
ball.
kind
some
near
curve.
know
to
will
watch
nearly always
same
outside
out
an
able
little
a
detect
to
or
remember
to
came
has
was
if you
the
that
to
waist
He
to
says
out."
wide
a
is.
pitcher?
the
drop.
out
life.
he
pitcher
little below
an
at
the
come
stepped
Consequently
Try
toward
pitcher
pitcher before
one
waist
plate the
a
pitcher pitch
the
the
what
able
bite
to
high inshoot
a
time
every
is
just
prefers
likely
that
the
It is
then
is
does
No.
of
ball
a
his
pitcher that
study of the
a
the
to
in
drop?
out
out
likes
make
pitcher has
lesson
a
class
high
steps
plate. He
and
little below
an
batter
man
the
class
high
studied
batter
the
not
the
ever
be
not
the
moment
himself:
a
would
that
he
as
Pitcher.
a
remember
closely
as
Otherwise
the
should
71
very
OTTO
Chicago
Nationals,
WILLIAMS,
about
to
swing
at
the
ball.
Spalding'
really
The
plate
the
between
particular
no
and
Because
the
mind
himself
make
to
anything
over
when
for
him
upon
shoulders
strike
a
knees
looks
the
called
hit
has
he
as
ous
danger-
a
carefully.
between
is
plate
y^
to
the
pitcher
play
to
anything
and
the
begins
able
be
shoulders
the
Library.
should
preference
batter
over
batter
good
Athletic
s
the
capable
of
and
the
knees
make
better
batter
is
his
up
wathin
anything
hitting
that
that
latitude.
As
you
the
plate
the
pitcher
throw
have
been
with
the
is
from
the
think.
hit
twice
Then
let
to
let
next
To
if
it
have
is
it
good
one
that
is
over
the
go
is
past
the
thing
in
the
is:
yourself.
try
if
to
one
If
will
than
might
you
this
not
tion
inten-
the
separate
try
When
hit
to
"I
:
will
is
to
over
hit.
must
you
ball
the
the
see
you
and
that
second
a
it
it
realize
to
throws
even
pitched.
he
like
ball.
plate
pitcher
to
plate."
to
the
ball
harder
thinking
the
is
to
deal
hitting
advance
to
intention
time
plate
over
first
your
the
is
do
to
the
is
great
a
the
is
not
important
confidence
is
instinct
If
by.
third
is
most
go
it
idea
first
the
the
one
The
if
predominant
think
Now
to
gone
first-ball
coming
such
is
That
thing
hitting
that
over.
have
very
The
ball
one
the
of
sure
act.
You
the
intention
pretty
first
the
before,
told
plate.
it
is
not.
it
is
well
If
the
GEORGE
First
baseman
of the
LA
champion
consider
a
CHANCE,
Boston
dangerous
Americans,
batsman.
whom
pitchers
Spalding's
Athletic
Library,
CHAPTER
A
A
Resume
of
of
resume
1.
Use
the
the
determined.
3.
Be
fearless.
4.
Stand
5.
Refuse
6.
Be
7.
Never
disagree
8.
Watch
the
9.
Use
firmly
ready
Do
11.
Remember
12.
Left-handed
not
14.
Be
15.
The
16.
When
17.
Bunting
18.
Never
try
19.
Never
loaf
20.
Make
is
a
more
any
a
to
most
bunt
study
of
effective
than
of
and
the
ball.
right-handed
ball.
a
weaknesses.
a
ball
home
is
man
important
the
throw.
can.
your
between
will
pitcher
than
kind
a
swing.
swifter
you
out
long
the
is
eye
is
one
pitched.
umpire.
a
what
knows
pitcher
no
of
when
for
ready
firmly.
ball
the
instead
hit
a
follows:
carefully.
ball
is
Place
first
with
your
13.
taught
been
back.
the
anticipate
10.
Taught.
Been
plate.
driven
hit
to
short
a
it
hold
the
at
be
to
have
"
Be
2.
Have
Which
which
bat
heavy
a
V.
Things
things
75
of
part
that
and
pitcher.
is
first, sacrifice.
on
not
first.
base
over
ball.
the
plate.
batting.
O'NEILL,
Washington outfielder;an
ambitious
and
promising hitter.
Spalding's
this ball is used
with
the
75 cents.
Other
balls
be
will
Official
recog-nized
Ball.
League
which
Athletic
legal
as
The
the
games,
Official
satisfaction
give good
Library
the
are
"
In selecting a base
ball bat
be
should
care
bat of only the best material
properly balanced
doors
the
wood
in
order
should
be
dried
insure
for
a
number
a
played
costs
Ball, $1.25;
Seam
of the
should
however,
team,
to its use
themselves
used
and
of
Ball
League
Double
'Varsity League,
League"
$1.00; Interscholastic
50 cents, and
down
in price. Every
'Varsity
so
on
the official ball, thereby
practice with
accustoming
when
called upon
to play match
games.
if
as
same
Boys'
size
smaller
to
select
a
ship;
workman-
seasons
of
out
the
driving
resiliency and
proper
be of a correct
and
balance
model
to properly
power,
of the particular
to the needs
batter
according
using that bat.
This
of course
will vary
different
the
to
styles of
according
A. G. Spalding
", Bros,
facilities for producing
have
batting.
in the world.
of experts
the finest bats
They have
a
corps
their
who
devote
to
entire
this
energies
particular subject.
of upland
ash
timber
is selected, and
second-growth
Only
for at least
after
it has been
three
carefully seasoned
years,
worked
it is then
into bats, and
wood
which
shows
up
any
any
is thrown
out.
imperfection
The
model
bat experts
familiar
with
Spalding
are
every
in the
used
and
all of these
by any
player of note
country,
models
in the line of bats turned
out
incorporated
are
by this
to
should
house.
line
of bats, without
regular
question, the best is
Gold
Medal
of which
Spalding " Bros.'
bat, each one
is tagged
with
certificate
the weight,
a
showing
lengrth, size
and
that it has passed
inspection, and is an absolute guarantee
the most
is perfect in every
detail.
The
rigid inspection and
Gold
Medal
bat includes
the models
of every
batter
prominent
In all of the leagues.
The
timber
is thoroughly
seasoned
for
for from
three
and
to five years
The
fully guaranteed.
ing
SpaldGold
Medal
Bat
is made
with
handle
tape-wound
a
or
a
is also a
There
sizes, for $1.00 each.
plain handle, in men's
Boy's Gold Medal
Bat, in plain handle
only, at 50 cents each.
In
the
"
A.
"
G.
"
Another
good bat is called "The
Mushroom,
owing to the
of the handle, which
utilizes a principle by
peculiar formation
bat
of the
which
is made
times
a
same
weight
more
many
effective
than
the
certain
ordinary
style under
conditions,
and
all-around
bat many
an
as
prominent
professional players
of the good
testify to their appreciation
tion.
points of its construc"Both
balance
and
model
They
say:
are
perfect."
The
even
knob
possible
at
arrangement
distribution
under
of
the
weight
the
end
over
of
the
the
bat
whole
enables
length
a
more
is
than
old
kinds
of
construction, and for certain
play the bat is practically invaluable.
J. McGraw,
John
of
New
the
York
Manager
club, says :
time
I have
For
been
a long
trying to find a bat that would
when
Not
balance
until
I used
the Mushroom
choking.
Bat,
invented
I found
bat that was
Pickett, have
by Jack
to
a
up
It is used
idea.
York
exclusively by the New
my
players.
James
J. Callahan, of the Chicago
American
"In
League
club, says:
all my
found
not
experience
as
a ball
player I have
a more
satisfactory
Mushroom
Bat.
bat than the Spalding
The
timber
is the best I have
seen
and
model
and the balance
perfect."
are
Wm.
National
Gleason, Captain
Philadelphia
League
"No
club, says:
"
"
Spalding's
bat
has
given
Charles
A.
service
good
Library,
the
as
Mushroom
Spalding
Bat.
perfect."
are
President
Comiskey,
Spalding
"The
says:
such
me
balance
and
Quality
Athletic
of
Mushroom
the
American
Chicago
receives
Bat
club,
League
endorsement.
hearty
my
its
enables
to
thoroughly
appreciate
experience
as
a ball player
me
qualities."
Joe
J. Kling, J. McCarthy,
James
F. Slagle, John
Evers,
F. L. Chance,
National
D.
of
Dr.
J.
P.
the
League
Chicago
club,
Casey,
Tinker,
Jones,
bat.
The
used
all say
that
they have
satisfactory
price of
never
a
more
is $1.00.
the taped
or
plain Mushroom
Mushroom
Marked
Bats
rank
next
to the
Spalding's Trade
My
good
made
with
the
of excellence
and
point
greatest
are
follows
seasoned.
Wagon
thoroughly
as
:
They
are
ing,
Ash
Bat, League
quality, special finish, spotted burnTongue
50 cents;
Black
End
Axletree
Bat, finest straight grained
Band
25 cents
handle.
ash,
Bat, extra
tape- wound
; Black
Bat, extra
ash,
quality
quality ash, 25 cents
League
; Junior
25
quality
ash,
Bat, selected
cents
burning,
spotted
; Boys'
Bat
in
and
care
polished and varnished,
good quality, 5 cents.
antique
In
finish, 10
catchers'
and
steel
finest
enamelled
black
affords
there
object
an
The
its line.
of
and
best
very
Mask
extra
is
heavy
Mask
$2.50, and
costs
cheaper
are
ones,
at
still
he
has
mitt
the
greatest
made
is
variety
Spalding's
tainly
cer-
in
art
leather
wire,
prices.
mitt
a
obstructing
to
flection
reprevent
neck
tension
expatent
absolute
protection to
The
price is $3.00.
the
neck,
Special League
needs
catcher
The
choose
from.
to
"Perfection"
which
is
wire,
which
light; the
th^
lower
steel
Protecting
Neck
is
Mask,
$4.00.
of
then
made
and
without
eye
it sells for
of
Every
finest
of
enamelled,
the
Spalding's
made
best
"
Bat,
Protecting
Sun
heavily
protects
the view;
Youths'
;
the
masks,
is Spalding's
which
is made
extra
cents
mM^
"
is
of
quality calf skin, padding
finest
of
hair
best
and
tainable
of
detail
felt
Jl
ob-
^
Asm".
^^^^^
Wk
other
every
manufacture
has
carefully
considered,
lace back
including
patent
been
lacing.
rawhide
with
is
Thumb
reinforced
laced, double
heel
on
pad and strapat
fastening
and-buckle
back.
and
stitching
of
row
It costs
$6.00.
use
professional
making
Spalding's are now
special professional
a
For
catcher's
duplicate
but
the
The
the
mitt
is
which
mitt
tion,"
"Perfectheir
Professional
a
of
slightly
is covered
smaller
with
the
in
heel
pad, and the face of
no
size, having
buck
specially selected.
quality of white
finest
with
mitt
is in accordance
in this professional
padding
in this country;
price $7.00.
professional catchers
best
the
ideas
of
Spalding"s
Athletic
Library
Spalding's League
Mitt
is made
of special tanned
leather, very
pliable, heavily padded.
It costs
S4.00.
In Spalding's
No. 0 Mitt
the
face, sides and
finger-piece are
velvet
tanned
and
boulevard
the back
of selected
asbestos
buck,
soft
made
well
and
of
ded.
pad-
$2.50.
"Decker
Patent"
Mitt, made
a heavy
piece of sole leather
Spalding's
the
to
addition
the
hand
and
Spalding's
fingers.
No.
well
made
OA
$1.50.
and
The
as
the
No.
for
extra
back
on
0
Mitt, with
protection
$3.00.
Mitt
is extra
of velvet
tanned
back.
$2.00.
finger-piece and
Amateur
Mitt
Spalding's
proof, extremely
mitt.
same
of
is made
heavily padded, and is extremely
leather
special tanned
and
of extra
and
tough
and
large
boulevard
quality
durable.
This
asbestos
is
a
very
buck, perspiration
popular
finger-piece
face
of Spalding's
No.
C Mitt
is made
of special
of firm tanned
leather.
leather, sides and back
$1.00.
The
foregoing
mitts
all equipped
with
are
strap-and-buckle
fastening
at back, have
double
of stitching
heel
reinforced
and
row
on
pad, are
laced at thumb,
and
with
laced
back
additional
feature
patent
as
an
stitute
conline of mitts
absolutely the highest grade
manufactured.
All
ever
in rights and
styles are made
lefts.
Mitt
Spalding's Youths'
No.
with
AB
is made
extra
quality white buck,
face
and
finger-piece extremely
and
well
tough
forced
reindurable;
padded;
and
laced
at thumb
double
and
of stitching on heel pad; patent
row
lace back;
strap-and-buckle
$1.00.
fastening at back.
of specially
Practice
Mitt
is made
Spalding's
firm tanned
oak
lace
fitting, patent
leather, easy
None
better
for practice.
No.
back.
B, $1.00.
Mitt No.CC.
Face
and
Spalding's Youths'
fingerbrown
piece velvet tanned
leather, sides and back
firm tanned
and laced at thumb;
leather; reinforced
double
heel
of stitching on
lace
row
pad; patent
back
50 cents.
fastening.
; strap-and-buckle
is a great
ite,
favorMitt No. BB
Spalding's Youths'
velvet
brown
tanned
made
of extra
quality
firm
tanned
oak
leather;
double
of
made;
row
padded and substantially
reinforced
and
laced
heel
at
pad;
stitching on
50 cents.
back.
thumb;
at
fastening
patent lace back; strap-and-buckle
Spalding's No. 4 Mitt.
Men's
Firm
size.
tanned
leather; extra
heavily
of stitching
double
reinforced
and
laced at thumb
row
padded;
joint and
well
on
heel
pad.
50 cents.
Mitt
Spalding's
made
are
Junior
of
stitching
asbestos
heel
on
Spalding's
pad;
patent
most
well
lace
popular
padded;
back.
the face and back
made;
double
of
thumb;
row
25
cents.
CB.
Each,
mitt
laced
No.
Improved
style; face and
back
made
of asbestos
laced
well
buck;
thumb;
and
of stitching
heel
double
padded
row
on
pad.
No.
has
7 Mitt
Each, 25 cents.
Spalding's
a face
of asbestos
buck
and canvas
back; it is a good size
and
well padded.
10 cents.
Each,
A most
equipment
part of a catcher's
necessary
is a body protector.
tectors
Spalding's Inflated
Body Prothe only practical device
for the
are
tection
proof catchers
and
and
They
umpires.
are
made
of best
with
air; light and
rubber, inflated
lower
of these
pliable. The
part
protectors
are
that
interfere
with
the
hinged,
so
they do not
catcher
in bending
When
in U3e
not
over.
they
may
small
be
No.
is the
buck;
deflated
space;
5 Mitt.
and
the
protector
rolled
in
material.
No.
Protector
No.
2-0, Each,
0,
Each,
a
very
fine
covering of extra
Catchers'
$7.50.
League
Special Quality
$5.00.
Amateur
Athletic
Spalding's
Catchers'
Protector
No.
Body
Protectors
Umpires'
size
exact
For
and
shape
required
first baseman
the
Catchers'
1, $3.50; Boys'
made
are
there
is
of five
choice
a
A
only.
with
sent
No.
Protector
order
to
be
must
Library.
pattern
order.
They
2, $2.00.
showing
$10.00.
cost
styles of mitts,
as
follows:
of fine selected
Spalding's No. BX
Mitt, made
well made
and
calfskin, extremely
specially tanned
and
to
meet
the
throughout
padded
special requirements
of
and
row
The
a
baseman's
strap-and-buckle
of stitching
No. BXS
materials
and
Basemen's
First
made
CX
No.
of
heel
Mitt
pad.
laced
$4.00.
is
composed
workmanship
as
Mitt.
It
is made
Mitt,
has
at wrist
padded
strap-and-buckle
and
same
the
heel
and
is
$4.00.
use.
No.
as
BX;
extra
well
all around
and
leather,
laced
BX
No.
pad
lines
drab
thumb;
quality
of
in
no
same
on
specially tanned
all around
double
back;
at
especially for professional
up
face
on
mitt;
fastening
of
fastening at back; double
row
heel pad.
$2.00.
stitching
on
of oak
tan
No. DX
Mitt, a good article at a moderate
price; made
cially
speselected
and
at
fastening
leather, laced all around
strap-and-buckle
$1.50.
back; a very
fitting mitt.
easy
EX
Mitt
is an
excellent
for boys;
made
of good quality white
No.
mitt
and
at back; suitably
fastening
leather, laced all around
strap-and-buckle
and
will give very
$1.00.
padded
good service.
Infielders
The
have
less
no
than
styles
sixteen
to select
from,
ranging
in
$3.00 to 25 cents.
price from
Infielders'
Glove
is made
Spalding's No. PX
up
lines
professional
on
by
suggested
prominent
this
The
buckskin
used
in making
players.
up
items
all other
glove is the finest obtainable, and
of
have
manufacture
been
Has
finger.
protect
any
tanned
after
be
to
of
up
is made
Infielders'
Spalding's No. 2X
popularity
year
its
velvet
into.
fine quality
little
the
into
long to
extra
S3.00.
wrist.
get-up
well
pad, but
heel
no
looked
carefully
edges with
It is heavily padded
around
extends
felt, and padding
the
the
on
year
and
retained
to-day
is
knowledged
ac-
practical in style and
most
market.
lined
buckskin,
has
Glove
of
Made
and
selected
padded
with
double
of
row
thumb;
highest quality workmanship;
finest felt; has web
better
No
made
at any
heel pad.
price. $2.50.
stitching
on
features
Infielders'
is a special glove with
Glove
No.
2XS
Spalding's
Made
extra
long, of. selected
player.
that will appeal to the professional
velvet
lined
buckskin,
tanned
and
Infielders'
AX
No.
Spalding's
Made
popular style.
calfskin, padded
lightly padded.
is
Glove
a
very
ned
tan-
of specially
Web
quality felt.
heel
of
double
pad;
est
highstitching
on
thumb;
row
throughout.
$2.50.
quality workmanship
in
Infielders'
Glove
is made
No.
XL
Spalding's
professional glove, but
style similar to the No. PX
of material
and
Spalding's
glove.
Made
leather,
well
Web
and
as
same
is extra
long.
No.
throughout
with
best
No.
in the
$1.50.
Infielders'
XS
of
and
row
of
$1.50.
Has
no
Glove.
quality
good
finished
double
thumb,
nicely padded.
X.
Men's
special
pad
size
tanned
durable.
exceedingly
stitching
heel
on
heel
pad
Has
no
heel
pad.
$2.50,
Athletic
Spalding's
Spalding's
No.
Library.
X
is
all-around
fine
a
Made
style.
of
good
glove,
proved
im-
horsehide.
quality
Web
w^ell padded.
double
of stitching
thumb;
row
heel pad.
Will give excellent
service.
$1.50.
on
Spalding's No. 15 is a well made
glove, improved
of extra
fine quality brown
leather,
style. Made
Web
well padded.
double
of stitching
thumb;
row
heel pad.
Spalding's
style similar
$1.00.
on
No.
of material
and
15L
the
to
same
is extra
Infielders'
No.
in
as
long.
PX
Glove
is made
professional
No.
Has
15.
no
in
glove, but
heel
pad
$1.00.
No.
12 Infielders'
Glove
is made
of
Spalding's
soft
suede
tanned
leather, nicely padgood quality
ded.
of stitching on
heel pad.
75 cents.
double
Web
thumb,
row
Infielders'
Glove
is the
best
youths' glove; made
Spalding's No. 2XB
tanned
buckskin.
of material,
velvet
of selected
Quality
throughout
2X
of
the
No.
men's
glove
glove.
$2.00,
and
same
as
style
workmanship
Glove
is a good
Infielders'
size glove.
Made
youths'
Spalding's No. XB
Similar
horsehide.
in material, workmanship
tanned
of fine quality white
$1.00.
glove.
and style to the No. X men's
is a good
Glove
glove, full size, improved
Spalding's No. 16 Infielders'
Web
leather, nicely padded.
thumb;
style, of good quality soft tanned
heel pad.
50 cents.
of stitching
on
double
row
is a youths'
glove, all leather, good
Spalding's No, 17 Infielders' Glove
of stitching on
Web
double
well
made
and
padded.
thumb;
row
quality,
25 cents.
heel pad.
Made
Glove
is youths'
size.
of asbestos
No.
18 Infielders'
Spalding's
Double
of stitching on
heel pad, web
well padded.
thumb.
buck
and
row
25 cents.
Best
glove on the market.
quarter
outfielders'
The
needs
are
of
follows:
as
best
The
the
fielders'
best
very
thumb
the
thumb.
and
is Spalding's
No.
light tanned
mitt
and
softest
wrist
at
is extra
3X.
Made
buckskin;
laced
padded;
well
$2.50.
No.
Spalding's
tanned
4X
drab
Fielders'
Mitt
is made
of
cially
spe-
well
leather,
with
padded
fine
and
felt and
carefully sewed
finished; laced thumb,
$1.50.
fastening at back.
strap-and-buckle
is an
Mitt
Spalding's No. 5X Fielders'
exceedingly
of white
good mitt at a popular price; the face made
brown
leather
tanned
back; laced thumb;
buckskin;
substantial
$1.00.
in a most
constructed
manner.
throughout
is made
of a good quality
For boys the best is No. 6X, which
throughout
and
laced
and
without
doubt
thumb;
the
brown
leather, well padded
cape
50 cents.
of the kind
sold at the price.
best mitt
ever
Mitt
is of asbestos
buck, well padded
Spalding's No. 7X Boys' Fielders'
laced
25 cents.
thumb.
and
substantially made;
We
now
to
come
sports,
the
cannot
expect
to
do
he
of
uniforms.
every
player
the
constant
from
is working
ultimate
results.
most
scientific
matter
of
desire
unless
this
under
his
in
base
ball,
as
in
other
excel
his fellows.
He
is first-class, and
vantage
disadany
outfit
this
In
is to
direction
will
detract
just so much
Spalding's have
the
suits worn
made
by the best players in this country,
outfitting all
clubs
and
for something.
the league
counts
colleges, and their experience
and
Base
Ball
Uniforms
fitted according
The
cut
to the
are
Spalding
to
spent
turn
out
over
many
a
years
higher
in
a
of
quarter
double-seamed
methods;
are
the
greatest
points, where
have
For
strain
this
grade
and
comes,
work,
and
and
who
of workmanship
century
a
reinforced
are
are
than
at
made
by
therefore
any
the
weakest
experts
better
others.
who
fitted
There
Spalding
probably
is
does
in
ball
which
smallest
The
and
the
on
The
of
special
quality
is the
suitable
team
from
counts
for
more
than
it
cheapest.
to
of clubs, from
all classes
club
to
the largest League
The
workmanship
0.
Highest grade made.
and
is of the very
highest quality throughout,
this
uniform
make
taken
superior to anything
to
No.
I 1
a
professional
and
for
is
of
past
evidence
years
sufficient
ity.
durabil-
quality and
Colors:
Pearl
best
outfit
been
b y
exclusively
clubs
where
Library.
line. Used
in this
league
this
has
care
offered
Athletic
lot.
Uniform
Spalding
material
its
uniform.
give below
a list of uniforms
it is possible to equip any
We
the
place in athletics
no
base
a
s
White,
Yale
Gray,
Gray,
Gray
roon,
Black, MaRoyal
Blue, Navy
Blue,
Brown,
Green,
Light
of
Consists
Cardinal.
Spalding
Shirt,
style; the Spalding
the
any
Pants,
style;
any
the
SpaldingStockings.No.
Cap,
3-0; the Spalding
style; the Spalding
any
Web
Belt, leather
The
lined.
Spalding
Uniform
complete,
Net
$15.60.
price to
for enclubs
ordering
tire
for
charge
sleeves
tachable
defor
nor
shirts
lettering
with
of club.
name
University
The
No.
material
Uniform
to
No
$12.50.
team,
extra
our
but
Colors
Gray,
1.
and
form
Uni-
workmanship
quality of
In
University
our
equal
Uniform,
slightly
lighter.
1 is
No.
No.
0
Pearl
White,
:
Yale Gray, Light
Black,
Maroon,
Gray,
Blue,
Royal Blue, Navy
nal.
CardiGreen,
Brown,
The
University
Uniform
comprises: the
Shirt,
University
any
University
style; the
Pants,
any
style;
the
Stockings,
University
No.
the
all wool,
IR;
University
Cap,
any
University
style: the
Web
Belt, or all leather.
The
University
form,
Uni-
complete, $12.50.
Net
orprice to clubs
dering for entire team,
J.
JOHN
Manager-Captain
New
McdliAW.
Yorks, National
League.
s
Spaldinp;'
Library.
No
for detachable
sleeves
for lettering
extra
charge
nor
of club.
Made
Uniform
of same
No.
Interscholastic
2.
grade of material
but of lighter
uniforms,
weight
flannel.
tially
Substanhigher-priced
serviceable
Colors
outfit.
and
made
most
:
a
White, Pearl Gray,
suit, $10.00.
per
shirts
The
as
Athletic
our
Yale
Green,
best
with
name
Gray,
Royal Blue, Navy
Gray, Light
Black, Maroon,
Blue, Brown,
of our
This
most
is one
Cardinal.
popular suits, and will give the
It can
of satisfaction.
usually be worn
two
Interscholastic
seasons.
Shirt,
scholastic
style; Inter-
any
Pants,
any
Interscholastic
style;
Wool
No.
Stockings,
2R; Interscholastic
style;
Quality Cap, any
Interscholastic
Belt.
Web
tic
Interscholas-
The
Uniform,
complete,
to
Netprice
clubs
for enordering
tire
$ '.65.
$8.00
per
charge
team,
suit.
for
No
extra
lettering
with
club
detachable
for
nor
shirts
of
name
sleeves.
Club
Special
No. 3 is made
The
Uniform
of
in
good quality flannel
sirable
devariety of very
a
Well
patterns.
finished
and
outfit
most
a
clubs.
for
cellent
exteur
ama-
Colors:
Pearl
Gray,
White,
Yale
Gray, Light Gray,
Black, Maroon,
Royal
Blue,
Navy
Blue,
A
Cardinal.
Brown,
desirable
most
men's
suit.
and
made,
strong,
young
Elegantly
good,
of
handsome
material.
On
exactly
the
patterns
same
as
Club
suits. The
League
No. 3
Special Uniform
comprises
the
ing:
follow-
Club
Special
Shirt,
style: the
any
Club
Pants,
Special
Club
the
style;
any
all
Special Stockings,
wool. No. 3R; the Club
style;
Special Cap, any
Club
the
Special Web
Belt. The
price of .the
Club
Special Uniform,
is $7.00, and
complete,
net
the
price to clubs
the
Manager-Captain
COLLINS,
Bostons,
American
League.
team,
There
entire
for
ordering
JAMES
per
is
suit, $5,50,
no
extra
Spalding*s
of the
Athletic
Library
finest
steel
and
hand-forged
razor
firmly riveted
to heel and
pair.
per
The
Shoe
is made
of same
Sprinting
No. 2-0
quality as our
shoe, but built on the famous
shoe
Spalding
running
last. They
weigh
about
made
eighteen ounces
to the
with
are
pair and
extra
care
out.
throughPer pair, $6.50.
The
Club
Spalding
is made
of carefully selected
satin calfSpecial Shoe
skm. machme
sewed, very
substantially constructed,
and a first-class
shoe
particular.
in
Steel
every
Per pair, $5.00.
to heel and
sole.
plates riveted
The
Spalding
Amateur
is made
Special Shoe
of good
quality calfskin,
are
sole.
They cost
Spalding-
machine
$6.00
sewed;
recommend.
serviceable
a
and
durable
and
shoe,
one
can
we
specially
Plates riveted
to heel
and
sole.
Per pair, $3.50.
The
Junior
Shoe.
Spalding
A
leather
shoe
with plates.
Made
complete
on
lar
regubase
shoe
ball
for
shoe
junior
Spalding's
last
and
Per
teams.
excellent
an
pair, $2.00.
Beveled
Shoe
Edge
Plates,
the kind
used
steel, are
by
all League
50 cents
cost
players.
They
"^'^'^
for a pair of toe plates and
50 cents
for a
pair of heel plates.
and
Toe
heel
be bought
plates of good quality can
25 cents
a
pair,
made
of
Spalding's Pitchers'
and
affords
ra^or
Toe
thorough
is
Plate
worn
the
on
for
toe
shoe, and at
the same
time
valuable
in pitching.
assistant
a most
Made
for right or left shoe.
Made
of aluminum,
they
50 cents, and
cost
of brass, 25 cents.
Every
made
is
a
protection
player needs
the
Hackey
ankle
an
the
to
and
supporter
Patent
the
best
Ankle
It is
Supporter.
under
mirably,
adand
the ankle
worn
over
or
stocking
supports
while
free
with
not
ments.
moveinterfering in any
way
It relieves
in
and
pain immediately
cures
a sprain
short
time.
In ordering, size
of shoe
remarkably
a
worn
should
be given.
H.
of soft tanned
Per
No.
Made
leather, best quality.
pair, $1.00.
Good
reinforced.
and
Per
quality sheepskin,
lined, bound
No. SH.
pair, 50 cents.
No.
Black
CH.
lined
duck,
and
reinforced.
leather
bound,
Per
pair,
25 cents.
In
cents
of
stockings,
for
a
styles and
Every
A
score
club
cost
A
should
should
have
also
book, with
have
board
A complete
list of base
will be
catalogue which
from
their
stores
in
an
any
ball
sent
of
caps
also
in price down
range
in
come
a
great
variety,
25
both
to
bag to keep his outfit clean and in
made
of fine bag leather,
$2.50, and when
uniform
a
cover,
pair, and
per
and
costs
one
canvas
$1.75
Belts
pair.
prices.
player
good shape.
$5.00.
best
the
cotton
official
to hold
goods
free
the
and
scorer
22 games,
will
to any
be
score
found
address
following
a
can
be
book.
bought
A
very
in Spalding's
Base
G. Spalding
"
by A.
cities:
New
Philadelphia, San
Buffalo,
Francisco, St. Louis, Boston,
Kansas
Minneapolis,
Pittsburg,
City, Washington,
Orleans, Cincinnati, Montreal, Canada.
good
for 25 cents.
Ball
Bros,
York,
Chicago,
ver,
DenBaltimore,
Syracuse,
New
How
About
Your
Bat?
AN
HAVE
YOU
IF
THAT
BAT
BROKEN
OLD
BAT
YOU
WISH
THAT
IS
AND
AN
WE
WILL
WE
YOUR
SO
THAT
YOU
AT
ANY
TIME.
DO
USE
WE
bats
Our
been
the
undoubtedly
LAND
SWAMP
base
with
is thoroughly
of
best
the
New
York
Boston
St.
Louis
C.
ASH
OP
the
Western
the
MADE
of
players'
SPALDING
"
ASH,
CIRCUMSTANCES
THESE
BATS.
Pickett,
years,
Mr.
ball
in
bats
who
having
Leagues.
played
Pickett
the
is
country
FREE.
BROS.
Chicago
Philadelphia
San
Baltimore
Buffalo
Kansas
Minneapolis
London,
Denver
Montreal,
England
has
wants.
SPORTS
ATHLETIC
WHITE
of Jack
base
FROM
SELECTED
IN
sixteen
past
judges
with
familiar
CATALOGUE
A.
for
and
Eastern
National,
one
ball
ARE
NO
supervision
the
HIGHEST
OUR
GROWTH
LOWLAND
under
RE-ORDER
BEST
UNDER
AND
OR
made
are
identified
with
and
HIGH
OF
FACTORY,
CAN
VERY
SECOND
MODEL
OUR
BATS
QUALITY
THE
$1.00 EACH.
THE
AT
TO
YOU
AT
OF
KEEP
BAT
THE
MAKE
PRICE
A
IT
DUPLICATE
REGULAR
ON
SEND
WILL
EXACT
OR
RIGHT,
DUPLICATED,
US
GROWN
JUST
Francisco
City
Can.
ASPECIALAWARD^r
were
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
Exposition,
best, most
1904, for the
complete
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
Athletic
and
Fair
World's
at the
Supplies shown
won
s
Purchase
B
and
most
Ball
Base
GRAND PRIZE
SPALDING
COATS
BALL
BASE
trimmed
with
pearl buttons
cards
showing
special
furnished
blanks,
quality
ment
measure-
Each,
Coat
Breasted
uniforms
coats
No,
breasted
coat.
purchasing
with
Double
1.
at
at
No.
Double
2.
clubs
clubs
nine
or
breasted
coat.
.
.
with
uniforms
or
more
breasted
To
.
with
purchasing
.
.
uniforms
nine
or
or
more
clubs
2S.
To
coat.
with
purchasing
"
.
New
clubs
York
Boston
Buffalo
at
uniforms
or
nine
or
more
breasted
purchasing
coat.
at
with
uniforms
or
nine
or
more
at
Chicago
Complete
St. Louis
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal, Can.
Catalogue
Denver
of
$7.00
$7.00
coats
at
Each,
Spalding's
$8.00
$8.00
coats
Each,
.
.
.
$7.00
$9.00
coats
Each,
Single
for
$8.00
coats
Each,
"
onetime
Send
$8.00
Each,
onetime
No.
$9.00
Each,
coat.
$9.00
coats
mx"re
Each,
Single breasted
IS.
Each,
Each,
.
nine
or
onetime
No.
with
more
Each,
.
or
or
coat.
$10.00
Each,
purchasing
Single
OS.
To
time.
time
one
No.
or
time.
one
To
uniforms
nine
one
.
.
clubs
To
purchasing
clubs
To
Double
cation.
appli-
on
breasted
Double
0.
In
material
desired.
colors, also
No.
of
Best
of
color
state
Sample
and
front.
throughout.
trimming
and
on
Large
pockets.
on
workmanship
ordering
colors
different
collar, cuffs and
flannel,
ball
base
of
Made
$6.00
all Athletic
Sports.
San
Francisco
New
Orleans
City
Cincinnati
Pittsburg
Syracuse
London,
England
Kansas
A SPECIAL AWARD'r
were
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Sictllcl
Exposition,
plete /^ f""J
1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparat atus, ^"^
and
Athletic
shown
's Fair.
at the World
Supplies
|l
won
Purchase
B
GRAND PRIZE
and
most
Base
Ball
J
"
=
0
tr'Nos.
Colors:
No.
A,
Black;
F,
2 1-2 inches
large
E"
C, Navy
D, Brown;
Blue;
B, Blue;
K, Old Gold.
White; J, Maroon;
Red;
Special League
Belt,
wide, leather
lined,
buckle.
nickel-plated
Each, 85c.
3-0.
Belts
Web
Worsted
Spalding
No.
covered
leather
strap,
buckles.
wide,
inches
1-2
2
2.
double
Each,
.
.
50c.
rr"Pii|'!fp['^"fI|'"iiT
No.
INo.
2-0.
2
1-2
wide,
inches
large nickel-plated
Each. 60c.
buckle.
leather
No.
4.
Nos.
L,
Cotton
inches
wide,
Q,
metal
50c.
Web
White;
M,
Blue.
Navy
Belt, 2
1-2
buckle.
No.
Belts
Blue;
Cotton
23.
inches
wide,
nickel
buckle.
T,
5)
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
Each,
4.
A.
C.
25c.
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Montreal,
Can.
No.
5.
Cotton
Si
Web
Belt. 2 1-2
double
Kansas
Pittsburg
Belt.
30c.
"
10c.
:=^
(?
San
City
strap,
Each,
BROS.
Denver
V,
Maroon;
.
No.
wide,
buckle.
covered
Each,
Red;
Web
inches
1-2
2
.
Spalding Cotton
Colors:
47.
New
Syracuse
London,
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
A SPECIAL AWARD
were
won
Purchase
M
and
most
Base
Ball
'S" (iRAINDPRIZE
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
complete
1904, for the best, most
attractive
installationof
Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
shown
Fair,
at the World's
Supplies
s
G-
J
No.
804.
Leat"her
Belt"s
English hand
iX inch
Black
belt.
made,
Heavily
only.
bridle leather
buckle.
No.
801.
Fine
No.
leather
belt.
Tan
Black
or
inch
Each,
heavy
Colors:
buckle.
Orange
Tan,
Each,
Black
No.
754.
Tan
Send
or
for
1)4
Orange.
Spalding's
A.
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
nickel
inch
C.
.
Complete
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Montreal,
Can.
of
Catalogue
SPALDING
"
.
.
.
"
all
Kansas
Pittsburg
London,
40c.
Each,
Athletic
25c.
Sports.
(L_^
BROS.
Denver
or
Colors:
buckle.
harness
50c.
nickeled
heavy
leather,
50c.
wide.
inch
belt, i^
leather
60c.
Tan.
or
Each,
.
buckle
iX
harness
Black
.
with
Each,
.
buckle.
harness
725.
belt, lined
.
,
800.
flap. 75c.
wide.
inch
i}4 inch
Fine
buckle, with
leather
Brown
or
harness
Heavy
No.
Buff
leather, iX
patent
No.
nickeled
Heavy
Light^
leather.
selected
Hogskin,
Fine
color.
802.
No.
85c.
Each,
803.
Tan
harness
nickeled
Francisco
New
Orleans
City
Cincinnati
Syracuse
San
England
A SPECIAL AWARD'^rGRAND
were
won
Purchase
B
and
most
Base
Ball
PRIZE
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
at the Louisiana
1904, for the
Exposition,
best, most
complete
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
Fair
the World's
at
Supplies shown
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Spalding Pitchers'
Made
accordance
in
National
with
League
of
and
regulations
white
quality
extra
Plates
Box
rubber.
3.
Complete,
pins.
Each,
No.
with
$6.00
Plate
Home
Spalding
Plate,
Home
Rubber
made
in
accordance
National
with
League
regulations, and
quality white
No.
of
rubber.
Complete,
1.
pins.
Each,
.
tra
ex-
with
$8.00
Spalding Bases
Complete
with
bases
O.
No.
Bases,
canvas,
to
straps
Three
Spikes.
and
a
League
set.
Club
quality
extra
quilted,$6.00
No.
1.
Canvas
Bases, well
No.
2.
Canvas
Bases,
made,
not
quilted,$4.50
ordinary quality. Set,
3.00
^
^
^
New
A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
G.
SPALDING
St.
Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Can.
Montreal,
"
Denver
Kansas
(U.
BROS.
San
New
City
Syracuse
England
London,
Pittsburg
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
ASPECIAL AWARD '^r GRAND PRIZE
were
.
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
complete
Exposition, 1904, for the best, most
of Gymnastic
attractive
installation
Apparatus,
Fair.
and
Athletic
the World's
at
Supplies shown
won
Purchase
and
most
Base
Ball
BASE
SPALDING
5, 23, 15 and
Nos.
Cuts
in
these
and
our
ventilated
No.
visor
left
plain,
band
is
not
supplied.
Maroon,
Royal
Brown,
Green.
Yale
Light
Gray,
Maroon,
Brown,
Pearl
Gray,
Gray,
Black,
No.
21"
White,
Quality"
Yale
Maroon,
Brown,
Uh
Light
Gray,
Royal
Black,
Blue,
White,
Quality"
Blue
and
Gray,
Gray,
Black,
Navy
Gray,
Navy
Blue
Maroon,
Gray,
.
Each,
.
Gray,
Green,
Maroon.
Quality"
Brown
Mix.
.
Made
25"
Boston
Made
in 0, 1st, 2d
Style.
and
3d
qualities.
50c.
No.
5th
College Style,
qualities.
60c.
Light
Green.
cut.
Blue,
Each,
.
proof
stitched
80c.
Pearl
Cardinal.
with
Gray,
Navy
Blue,
perspiration
in all
No.
3d
qualities
90c.
Cardinal,
Green,
other
furnished
is
Blue,
Gray.
Blue,
Royal
In
$1.00
Pearl
White,
Quality"
Yale
crown
and
Blue,
Navy
Cardinal,
Green,
Brown,
piece of perspiration
a
band.
visor
Gray,
Blue, Navy
Royal
Maroon,
2d
Light
Gray,
with
making
now
stitched
pliable
sweat
15
are
Black,
Cardinal,
White,
Quality"
1st
Blue,
we
qualities specified under
Gray,
Light
Gray.
No.
Pearl
White,
Quality"
inside
ventilated
Style
in all
visor
Yale
and
how
with
and
lining
inserted
is
show
caps
qualities,
1
without
crown,
proof material
0
style
17
0 and
No.
CAPS
BALL
Blue,
Each,
in
17"
Brooklyn
0, 1st, 2d
and
Style. Made
qualities
3d
only.
25c.
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Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal,
Can.
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Denver
Kansas
Pittsburg
g
BROS.
San
City
Syracuse
London,
England
New
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
A SPECIAl AWARD
were
I!
at the Louisiana
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
complete
Exposition,
best, most
1904, for the
won
Purchase
r^
and
most
Ball
Base
installation
attractive
Supplies
and Athletic
SPALDING
This
of
season
the
introduce
we
best
two
players
who
article.
In
appreciate
the
and
several
improvements
Colors
color.
corresponding
good
to
sure
each
in
quality of
quality
Royal
Brown,
Green,
Quality"
qualities.
Brown,
Yale
23
Made
"
in
Style.
University
0, 1st,
2d
and
Yale
Light
Blue
and
0, 1st,
2d
90c.
Pearl
Gray,
Gray,
Black,
Navy
Blue,
Blue,
Cardinal,
80c.
Pearl
Gray.
Light
Gray.
Black,
Royal
Style
and
3d
5th
Each,
Gray,
Navy
Blue
Each,
.
.
Each,
Mix.
.
50c.
Blue,
Green,
Maroon,
Brown
60c.
Light
Maroon,
Green.
Blue,
Navy
.
White,
Gray.
Quality"
Gray,
qualities only.
Blue,
Cardinal.
.',fh Quality"
Philadelphia
Blue,
White,
Gray.
Brown,
in
Black,
Gray,
Cardinal,
Green,
Maroon.
15"
Gray,
3d
qualities only.
No.
Made
$1.00
Blue, Navy
Royal
Quality"
3d
Blue,
Pearl
White,
Brown.
No.
Black,
Light
Gray,
Maroon,
Gray,
Gray,
Cardinal,
Green,
Quality"
2d
as
Blue, Navy
Royal
Maroon,
same
Pearl
White,
Gray.
5"
name,
or
the
Light
Gray,
Yale
Made
Style.
Chicago
5th
and
in 0, 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th
a
are
by
first-class
ball uniform.
Maroon,
1st
air
make-up
style number
base
Yale
No.
of
Quality"White,
0
'airTy
welcomed
be
points
state
M
s
the
in
will
know
we
really
be
caps
World
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CAPS
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the
^
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Apparatus
of Gymnastic
at the
shown
BASE
which
grades,
ordering
size, quality
PRIZE
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25c.
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C.
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SPALDING
St. Louis
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Boston
Buffalo
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Montreal,
Can.
"
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BROS.
San
Denver
Kansas
Pittsburg
London,
City
New
Syracuse
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
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ASPECIALAWARD^r
were
B
won
Purchase
and
most
Base
Ball
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at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
Exposition.
1904, for the best, most
complete
installationof
attractive
Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
shown
Fair,
at the World's
Supplies
S
=^
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SPALDING
BAGS
leather
waterproof
canvas,
at ends; holds 12 bats.
No. 2.
Each, $3.00
Heavy
No.
BAT
3.
above; to
Each, $1.75
Same
as
BAT
INDIVIDUAL
No.
bats.
BAGS
02.
canvas,
No.
leather
canvas,
both
No.
by
Each, $3.00
01.
waterproof
Heavy
6
bat bag, for two bats; used
all League players.
Sole leather
Heavy
hold
forced
rein-
cap
at
ends.
1.25
Each,
leather
cap
at
03.
Each, 80c.
SPALDING
"
end.
one
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New
A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
C.
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Can.
Montreal,
San
Denver
Kansas
(U,
BROS.
City
New
Pittsburg
Syracuse
London,
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
ASPECIAL AWARD^S^GRAND
were
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the
complete
best, most
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
Fai
World's
Supplies shown
at the
won
Purchase
and
Base
most
Ball
Uniform
Spalding
Bat
quality brown
handles
leather
fastenings.
other
Lettering
on
with
of above
bags
very
No.
for
Send
Best
2.
Fine
Spalding's
shoes,
.
has
separate
etc.
$2.50
Each,
.
"
leather.
Complete
application.
on
durable, and
canvas.
bag
Prices
extra.
for
compartments
I.
and
$2.00
Each,
4.
Substantially made,
No.
two
articles.
necessary
any
of
suit, shoes
hold
No.
canvas.
strap-and-buckle
and
Will
bat; best
one
Made
canvas,
to
$3.00
Each,
Bag.
Uniform
with
furnished
compartment
carry
Individual
uniform
regular
our
extra
5.
style similar
in
bags, but
No.
and
Uniform
Bag,
to
s
Bags
Combined
best
PRIZE
5.00
.
Catalogue
of
all Athletic
Sports
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New
York
Boston
Bxrffalo
A.
C.
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Can.
Montreal,
"
San
Denver
Kansas
(U,
BROS.
New
City
Syracuse
Pittsburg
London,
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
1 SPECIAL AWARD
were
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
shown
Fair.
Supplies
at the World's
won
Purchase
B
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of
lamb's
Australian
exceedingly
to
without
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price being due
Our
than
No.
the
furnished
control
heaviest
any
of this
AA.
No.
identical
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B.
No.
No.
C.
Colors:
sweater
other
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Standard
White,
New
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Boston
York
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and
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cannot
exclusive
have
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for
foot
ball and
made.
sweater
weight.
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Blue,
Other
All
Spalding's
A.
I
maker,
weight.
C.
colors
made
28
for
weight.
with
to
Complete
44
SPALDING
Can.
.
.
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Black,
"
6.00
"
5.00
"
4.00
Gray,
order.
Maroon
Prices
on
collars; sizes
lo-inch
inches.
of
Catalogue
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal,
.
to
$7.00
Each,
"Intercollegiate" special weight.
application.
Send
in
knitted
ever
quality
difference
considerably
are
Particularly suitable
Cardinal.
and
variations
our
ers
Sweat-
in
finish, the
to
in
grades
special weight.
skating.
No.
Sweaters
AA
by
entirely
kind.
any
Quality"
Highest
and
arms
of
various
and
in
full fashioned
are
seams
are
pleasant
and
body
to
wool, and
soft and
They
wear.
finest
very
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all
San
New
City
Syracuse
Pittsburg
London,
Sports.
(U.
BROS.
Denver
Kansas
Athletic
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
X SPECIAL AWARD
were
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the
best, most
complete
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
World's
Fair.
at the
Supplies shown
won
Purchase
and
S
most
Base
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Ball
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Spalding
Vest
Very
Sweater
popular
of best
medium
Gilt
No.
up
VG.
quality worsted,
weight.
buttons
Made
base
players.
ball
Made
with
down
in
front.
Gray only.
Each,
$5.50
Spalding
Jersey Shirts
To
be
with
worn
ball
Made
any
solid
gray
striped sleeves;
color
16X.
No.
suits.
with
bodiesand
base
desired.
Each,
$2.50
Pittsburg Club has adopted this style of collarless
the flannel shirt, the sleeves
under
jersey, to be worn
of which
extend
only to the elbow, displaying the
and
underneath
the
sleeves
striped jersey
matching
striped stockings.
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New
York
Boston
Buffalo
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St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Montreal,
Can.
"
Denver
BROS.
San
Francisco
Orleans
New
City
Cincinnati
Pittsburg
Syracuse
England
London,
Kansas
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were
won
Purchase
B
and
Base
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
shown
Supplies
at the "World's
Fair,
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ankle
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kind
now
the
of
Hackey
Patent
be
to
necessity
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styles
a
manufacture
we
some
come
as
athletes.
most
which
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support
has
recognized
by
Sole
Bros,
under
have
universal
given
and
satisfaction,
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port the ankle
not
with '^
interfering in any way
free movements.
Relieve
pain
and
cure
immediately
a
sprain
in a remarkably
short time.
In
size
of
shoe
ordering, give
worn.
No.
No.
H.
SH.
Made
soft
leather, best
Per
No.
Good
SH.
Per
No.
bound,
and
forced.
rein-
pair, 50c.
duck, lined and
leather
Per
(H.
1 .00
quality sheepskin,
bound
Black
CH.
tanned
quality.
pair, $
lined,
No.
of
#
reinforced.
pair, 25c.
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New
A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
C.
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal,
Can.
"
Denver
Kansas
(U,
BROS.
San
New
City
Pittsburg
Syracuse
London,
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
A SPECIAL AWARD
were
won
Purchase
,
and
Base
most
Ball
X.
Each,
selected
all
center,
in
to
$1.00
last
a
full game
XB.
Same
Warranted
wool
any
of
^
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New
York
Boston
Buffalo
A.
C.
to
last
as
a
our
SPALDING
Can.
and
far
various
the
perior
su-
ship
workmantions
imita-
Official
League
'Varsity
full game.
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal,
the
and
yarn
fine
rubber
Ball.
League
losing its elasticity or shape.
without
quality
weight,
cover,
material
Spalding Interscholastic
No.
and
horsehide
of
to
size
Regulation
Spalding
'Varsity League
Warranted
PRIZE
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
Athletic
and
shown
at the World's
Fair.
Supplies
The
No.
""S"GRAND
League,
-
"
Denver
Kansas
but
smaller
Each,
-
50c.
g
BROS.
San
New
City
Pittsburg
Syracuse
London,
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
:^
A SPECIAL AWARD
were
won
Purchase
B
and
most
Ball
Base
^r GRAND PRIZE
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
complete
best, most
Exposition,
1904, for the
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
Fair.
and
Athletic
the World's
at
Supplies shown
3
rL
rubber
J
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No.
T
Each,
75c.
under
sixteen
this
ball is used
same
as
slightly
if
will
recognized
of
last
to
Complete
a
boys
in which
legal
as
in
It is
size.
games,
Official League
the
played with
for Spalding's
all games
age), and
be
Warranted
Send
in
smaller
as
Ball
League
junior clubs (composed
of
years
same
yam.
Official
our
for
especiallydesigned
the
wound
and
center
wool
^^^^
except
respect
every
cover,
rl
League
IB.
horsehide
with
^^^^
Spalding Official
Ball.
full game.
of
Catalogue
all
Athletic
Sports,
n
^
^
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A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
G.
Chicago
SPALDING
St. Louis
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Montreal.
Can.
"
San
Denver
Kansas
(U.
BROS.
City
New
Pittsburg
Syracuse
England
London.
Francisco
Orleans^
Cmcmnati
A SPECIAL AWARD
were
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition, 1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
Fair
the World's
Supplies shown
at
won
Purchase
B
and
s
most
Base
'!!"fiRAIWPRIZE
Ball
%
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High
No.
Flyer
A
10.
lively ball; the
very
liveliest ball
and
at
the
price.
Put
in
up
a
14.
cover,
This
ball
and
is
9B.
is
a
separate
lively.
size, has
regulation
little under
a
very
A
good
Boys'
for Spalding's
Send
in
sealed.
Put
up
in
a
large
Each,25c.
sheepskli;
a
box
and
Each.
15c.
separate
Lively
size, two-piece
ball* juvenile
cover.
Each,
ball trade-marked
Each
^
up
excellent
An
and
box
Lively
Boys'
No.
boys.
Put
constructed.
well
and
cover
Amateur
Boys'
No.
25c.
Favorite
ball for
size
box
separate
Each,
Horsehide
7.
it the
making
sealed
Boys'
No.
offered
ever
is all rubber,
inside
Complete
of
Catalogue
all Athletic
10c.
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=:^
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A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
G.
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal, Can.
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Denver
g=^
BROS.
San
New
City
Pittsburg
Syracuse
England
London,
Kansas
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
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were
won
Purchase
B
and
most
Base
Ball
mn
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the
best, most
complete
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
at
Fair
Supplies shown
the World's
s
Spalding
Sun
Protecting
Mask
This
league,
on
The
teams.
without
eyes
patent
heavy
black
enameled.
Send
for
^
New
Spalding's
A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
C.
view.
Fitted
hair
strap,
head
Complete
Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Can.
Montreal,
with
is
extra
molded
pads and
spe-
$4.00
of
Catalogue
SPALDINC
Mask
band.
Each,
4-0.
St.
filled
the
protects
steel wire,
finest
of
ial elastic
No.
shade
sun
obstructing the
throughout
chin
semi-professional
and
college
made
leather
by practicallyall catchers
is used
mask
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all
Athletic
Sports
San
Francisco
(L=:.
BROS.
Denver
Kansas
Pittsburg
London.
City
Syracuse
England
New
Orleans
Cincmnati
A SPECIAL AWARD
were
won
Purchase
and
Base
most
Ball
PRIZE
^r GRAND
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
Exposition,
1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installationof
Gymnastic
Apparatus,
Athletic
Fair.
and
shown
at the World's
Supplies
S
Protecting
Neck
Mask
Careful
players realize
neck
of the
value
the
tecting
pro-
with
attachment
which
is fitted.
this mask
The
is made
arrangement
not
as
so
the
interfere
to
free
slightest with
it affords
movements
and
absolute
protection
enameled
prevent
to
of
3-0.
No.
the
black
and
heavy
extra
to
steel wire,
Finest
neck.
in
flection
re-
r\
light.
Each,
KJ
$3.00
Regulation
Mask
League
heavy, soft
of
Made
steel wire.
and
finished
Each,
OX.
BRIGHT
0.
SPALDINC
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
St. Louis
Chicagt)
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal.
Can.
"
Pittsburg
in
$2.00
WIRE
Each, $1.50
^=.
BROS.
Denver
Kansas
reliable
ENAMELED
BLACK
No.
Well
particular.
every
No.
nealed
an-
City
San
New
Syracuse
London,
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
A SPECIAL AWARD^rGRAND
were
won
Purchase
B
and
most
Base
Ball
PRIZE
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition, 1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
Supplies shown
the World's
at
Fair.
s
Spalding
Special League
Mask
Black
For
is
the
no
Enameled
ordinary
mask
more
League
our
made
on
our
enameled.
best
quality
No.
there
than
style,
2-0.
which
special
approved
by the
in this country.
and
best
annealed
black
player
suitable
is
form
as
best
players
Extra
heavy
steel
wire
Fittings
throughout.
Each,
of
$2.50
Spalding
Mask
Amateur
Bright
Same
size
the
League
and
Wire
general
mask.
made
tially
Substan-
warranted
and
perfectly
No.
style of
safe.
Each.
A.
$L00
_
No.
Send
for
Spalding's
Catalogue
Complete
of
all
A
Athletic
Sports
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C.
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Baltimore
Philadelphia
"
Washington
Can.
San
Denver
Kansas
City
New
Pittsburg
Syracuse
London,
England
Francisco
Orleans
Cmcmnati
A SPECIAL AWARD ^r GRAND PRIZE
were
won
Purchase
and
Base
most
Ball
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
complete
Exposition,
1904, for the best, most
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
Fair.
World's
and
at the
Athletic
Supplies shown
Spalding
Regulation Mask
Bright
Made
in
style
same
but
mask,
or
Wire
chin
ateur
Am-
our
as
head
without
Warranted.
piece.
L.
Each, 75c.
No.
L
No.
Spalding
Boys'
Bright
Exactly
Mask
Amateur
quality
same
No.
wire
as
No.
our
A
B
only smaller
mask,
absolutely
An
for
B.
No.
in
safe
size.
mask
boys.
Each,
$1.00
Spalding
Mask
Youths'
Wire
Bright
Well
chin
No.
^
New
C
A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
No.
C.
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia Washington
Montreal.
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D
Can.
"
No
padded.
head
piece.
No.
C.
Each,
50c.
No.
D.
Each,
25c.
(U.
BROS.
San
Denver
Kansas
Pittsburg
London,
or
Francisco
Orleans
New
City
Cincinnati
Syracuse
England
X SPECIAL AWARD
were
and
attractive
most
Ball
PRIZE
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the best, most
complete
won
Purchase
Base
"^r GRAND
and
installationof
Athletic
Supplies
Gymnastic
shown
Apparatus,
the
at
World's
Fair.
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Mit,L
Catchers'
Vy.
r
The
facing
absolutely
pad;
of
this
the
best
padding
is white
quality
in
this
specially selected
buck
with
country.
the
ideas
Sides
finest
with
the
quality calfskin, padded
lacing at the back, strap-and-buckle
and
laced
our
at
the
Perfection
No.
No.
J]
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
A.
thumb.
This
7-0, and
8-0.
G.
mitt
best
back
hair
fastening,
is somewhat
are
sional
profesof
felt,
the
hide
raw-
reinforced
than
lighter.
$?.00
Each,
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Baltimore
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal, Can.
best
is slightly smaller
in weight
SPALDING
of the
and
and
heel
without
Made
procurable.
in accordance
catchers
I
mitt
"
Denver
Kansas
(U.
BROS.
San
City
Syracuse
Pittsburg
England
London.
New
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
ASPECIALAWARD^r
were
won
Purchase
and
Base
most
Ball
GRAND PRIZE
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition.
1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
Athletic
and
shown
Supplies
at the World's
Fair
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5
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7-0
consider
THIS itmitt
is possible
about
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to
as
of this
kind.
The
calfskin, padding of best
every
other
considered,
hide
row
including
Thumb
stitching
on
hair
A.
C.
f^i^York
Chicago
Boston
Buffalo
1^
7-0.
at
has
been
and
carefully
back.
Each,
SPALDINC
St. Louis
Can.
quality
pad, strap-and-buckle
heel
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Montreal.
article
with
lace back
patent
ra\yreinforced
and laced, doub
e
fastening
No.
perfection
near
felt obtainable
detail of manufacture
lacing.
of
as
in making
an
come
leather
is of finest
$6.00
"
Q:^
BROS.
Denver
San
Francisco
Kansas
New
City
Syracuse
Cincinnati
Pittsburg
London,
England
Orleans
A$PEClJU.AWiUtD'i!"(RlND
PRIZE
were
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the
best, most
complete
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparatt
and
Athletic
the World's
Supplies shown
at
won
Purchase
and
most
Base
Ball
Mitt
"
Patent
Lace
A
VERY
"**"
able
mitt.
Back
service-
youths'
finger
Face
and
piece made
of
tanned
sides
velvet
leather,
brown
and
tanned
,
of firm
back
forced
leather; reinlaced
and
thumb
and
double
at
row
of
heel
stitching on
pad; strap-and-buckle
fastening at back.
No. CC.
Each, 50c.
SpaldingYouths'
A
GREAT
Mitt
"
Patent
Lace
Back
favorite;
made
of
extra
tanned
quality firm
oak leather; well padded
and
substantially
double
made;
stitching
thumb,
buckle
heel
on
reinforced
row
and
of
pad;
laced
strap-andat
fastening
back.
BB.
No.
Each, 50c.
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5)
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
A.
C.
SPALDING
A
g
BROS.
^
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Chicago
lialtimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Can.
Montreal,
San
Denver
Kansas
City
Pittsburg
London,
New
Syracuse
England
PVancisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
ASPECIALAWARD^r
were
won
Purchase
and
Base
most
Ball
GRAND PRIZE
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
complete
Exposition,
1904, for the
best, most
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
Fair.
and
Athletic
World's
at the
Supplies shown
Spalding
Mitt
Youths'
Back
Lace
Patent
quality
Superior
with
Made
mitt.
youths'
quality
extra
extremely
finger-piece
reinforced
padded;
laced
and
double
and
thumb
at
of
row
pad;
heel
on
durable;
and
tough
well
and
face
buck,
white
stitching
strap-and-
fastening
buckle
at
back.
Each, $1.00
NO. AB.
Spalding
Mitt
Practice
asbestos
of
fi
of
sides
laced
double
on
heel
m
r
buck,
tanned
Reinforced
leather.
and
and
Face
size.
Men's
back
Back
Lace
Patent
at
strap-and-
pad;
buckle
thumb,
of stitching
row
fastening
at
back.
NO. B.
Each, $1.00
(C
BROS.
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
Chicago
St. Louis
Denver
Baltimore
Kansas
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Montreal, Can.
San
City
New
Syracuse
Pittsburg
England
London,
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
,
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were
B
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installationof
Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
shown
Supplies
at the World's
Fair,
won
Purchase
and
Base
S
most
Ball
Spalding
"League" Mitt
^*
^^^^
M*!-*
Ml*-
1
No.
^
New
A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
C.
soft
large
^^^'
Velvet
back.
OA.
pliable, heavily
old
and
favorite.
heavily pad-
tanned
leather
special tanned
Extremely
Each,
SPALDING
Can.
and
leaher,
$4.00
Extra
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal,
and
An
Each,
face
finger-piece and
T^
very
special tanned
padded.
S|"dIdinS
*
of
5-0.
No.
^
Made
well
leather
made.
$2.00
"
BROS.
San
Denver
Kansas
City
New
Syracuse
Pittsburg
England
London,
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
ISPECIALIWAKDTCRAIW
were
B
won
Purchase
and
most
Base
Ball
PRIZE
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition.
for
the
1904,
best, most
complete
attractive
installationof
Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
shown
Fair
at the World's
Supplies
S
-J
C
Spalding
Amateur
Mitt
Made
of extra
ity
qual-
asbestos
buck,
perspiration proof,
extremely
tough
and
durable.
A
very
popular
mitt.
No.
A.
Each, $1.50
Spalding
No.
C
Face
and
piece
of
MiLL
fingerspecial
velvet
tanned
brown
1 e athe
sides
firm
and
back
r
;
of
tannedleather.
Superior
quality
throughout.
No.
Each,
S]
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
A.
C.
SPALDING
"
C.
$1.00
g
BROS.
^
Chicago
Minneapolis
St. Louis
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
Can.
Montreal,
Denver
San
New
Kansas
City
Pittsburg
Syracuse
England
London,
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
TN
athletic
all
"*"
as
various
pete
sports,
for
official
are
a
object
record
in
is
any
being
to
and
sport
used.
of
bodies
governing
will
That
selected,
because
but
invariably
the
not
is
they
conform
i
why
kind
of
vary
to
an
the
com
imple
unless
allowed
th
implemeni
Spalding
never
to
contestants
same
be
If
^
^
^^
the
all
enable
with
^^V^*^
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C
rules
official
the
to
conditions
implement
always
measurement,
the
uniform
under
ment,
the
by
down
laid
conform
must
apparatus
and
implements
the
contests
in
weight
rules
o
A SPECIAL AWARD
were
wer
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the
complete
best, most
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
Fair.
Supplies shown
the World's
at
won
Purchase
'
most
I
Base
''r GRAND PRIZE
]
Ball
5
:
Ci
Spalding
No.
Men's
and
heavily
forced
padded
joint and
Spalding's
illustrated
athletic
r
;
e
in
-
at thumb
double
of
row
on" heel
stitching
pad.
Each. 50c.
4.
No.
extra
laced
and
of
back
buck;
asbestos
for
improved
size,
style. Face
Send
Mitt
4
handsomely
catalogue
of
sports.
Spalding
Junior Mitt
PATENT
LACE
BACK
popular mitt
Most
and
face
buck;
back
well
stitching
asbestos
laced
padded;
double
thumb;
on
CB.
No.
of
made;
of
row
heel
pad.
Each, 25c.
=^
A.
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
C.
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal,
Can.
"
San
Denver
Kansas
(U.
BROS.
City
New
Pittsburg
Syracuse
London,
England
PVancisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
A SPECIAL AWARD
were
won
Purchase
B
and
Base
most
Ball
"r (RAND
PRBf
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
at the Louisiana
Exposition,
1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
and
Athletic
shown
at the World's
Fair
Supplies
S
J
"
O
/^
=^
SPALDING
5
No.
MITT
Improved
face
and
made
of
style;
back
asbestos
buck; lace thumb;
well
padded
double
row
stitching
on
and
of
heel
pad.
No,
No.
SPALDING
Face
buck;
of asbestos
size and
No.
7.
^
^
New
A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
C.
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Montreal,
Can.
back;
canvas
good
padded.
lOc.
Each,
St. Louis
25c.
MITT
7
well
SPALDING
Each
5.
"
Denver
:^
(U.
BROS.
San
New
City
Syracuse
London,
England
Kansas
Pittsburg
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
ASPECIALAWARD^r
were
by A. G. SPALDING
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
Exposition, 1904, for the best, most
complete
attractive
installation of Gymnastic
Apparatt
and
Athletic
Supplies shown
at
the World'
won
Purchase
and
most
Base
Ball
"
PATENT"
"DECKER
]\/JADE
of
a
same
as
heavy
protection
to
the
hand
of sole
leather
and
fingers.
OX.
sides
leather
well
padded.
and
and
O
No.
finger-piece made
the
Well
of
back
known
selected
for
Each,
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
$3.00
Each,
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal, Can,
for extra
back
on
addition
the
Mitt, with
O
No.
our
piece
No.
pace,
GRAND PRIZE
MITT
velvet
of
asbestos
tanned
buck,
reliability.
$2.50
Denver
San
Francisco
Orleans
New
City
Cincinnati
Pittsburg
Syracuse
England
London,
Kansas
" SPECIAL AWARD
^
by
won
were
and
most
Base
Ball
A.
G. SPALDING
Athletic
GRAND PKIZE
BROS,
Louisiana
at the
tha
best, most
complete
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
installation
attractive
and
"
1904, for
Exposition,
Purchase
':"
shown
Supplies
S
Fair,
World's
the
at
tr
SPALDING
MITT
BASEMEN'S
FIRST
r\
r\
adapts itself
without
any
really
and
well
made
meet
the
rawhide
to
specially
Spalding's
A.
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
only
The
of
Made
fine
lined
and
padded
to
of a baseman's
mitt;
special requirements
strap-and-buckle fastening
lacing all round;
No.
for
in.
hand
the
calfskin, extremely
tanned
back.
at
Send
mitt.
leather
throughout,
of
breaking
first basemen's
and
workmanship
conformation
the
necessity for
correct
selected
and
quality material
"LJIGHEST
"
C.
BX.
$4.00
Each,
Complete
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Can.
Montreal,
of
Catalogue
"
Denver
all Athletic
^^
BROS.
San
New
City
Syracuse
England
London,
Kansas
Pittsburg
Sports.
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
won
were
we
rchase
Banc
and
ise
most
Ball
PRIZE
WIND
ASPECIAL AWARD^r
at the Louisiana
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
complete
1904, for the best, most
Exposition,
of Gymnastic
installation
Apparatus,
attractive
Fair
shown
at the World's
Athletic
and
Supplies
S
^
Professional
First
Basemen's
Mitt
of
Composed
in
as
ship
workmanBX
No.
our
is
and
pad
for
especially
First
It has
Mitt.
Basemen's
heel
quality
same
and
materials
tening
fas-
back.
at
Each,
$4.00
CX
No.
up
professional
strap-and-buckle
use;
no
made
First
Basemen's
Mitt
Fine
quality
made
same
on
BX
No.
Mitt;
tanned
back
of
firm
leather;
at
wrist
all
New
York
Boston
Buffalo
.
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Philadelphia
Washington
Montreal. Can.
Denver
as
of
drab
our
cially
spe-
leather;
brown
tanned
extra
well
and
thumb;
padded
laced
strap-and-
fastening
Each,
"
finish;
face
around;
buckle
SPALDING
and
lines
at
back.
$2.00
^=.
BROS.
San
New
Kansas
City
Syracuse
Pittsburg
England
London,
Francisco
Orleans
Cincinnati
ASKCULAWARD'rCeitNDIitlZE
were
"S
" BROS,
at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
Exposition.
1904, for the best, most
complete
won
Purchase
and
Base
most
Ball
attractive
and
installationof
Athletic
Supplies
Gymnastic
shown
s
Apparatus,
World's
the
at
Fair,
^
DX
NO.
First Basemen's
Mitt
Men's
size;
article
at
good
a
moderate
a
of
oak
price; made
selected
tan
specially
all
leather, laced
around; a very
easyfitting mitt; strapand -buckle
fastening
back.
at
$1.50
Each,
NO. EX
first Basemen's
Mirt
mitt
excellent
An
leather,
quality white
all
laced
good
of
made
boys;
for
around;
suitably padded and
will
good
give very
service; strap-andbuckle
fastening at
back.
Each,
Send
for
athletic
^
New
A.
York
Boston
Buffalo
G.
SPALDING
St. Louis
Chicago
Baltimore
Minneapolis
Washington
Philadelphia
Montreal,
Can.
"
catalogue
sports.
San
City
of
Free.
(U.
BROS.
Denver
Kansas
$1.00
New
Pittsburg
Syracuse
England
London.
Francisco
Orleans
Cmcmnati
GRAND PRIZE
ASPECIALAWARD'^r
were
,
at the Louisiana
" BROS,
by A. G. SPALDING
complete
Exposition, 1904, for the best, most
Apparatus,
installation of Gymnastic
attractive
Fair.
the World's
at
and
Athletic
Supplies shown
won
Purchase
^^-^"^
-^
most
Base
Ball
and
Spalding
Infielders'
No. 2X$
Glove
tures
special glove with feathat will appeal to
the
professional player.
Made
lected
long, of seextra
A
velvet
lined
tanned
and
skin,
buck-
lightly
heel
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no
padded.
in rights and
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pad.
lefts.
Each, $2.50
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Spalding
No. XS Infielders'
Glove
glove, IMade
quality oil tanned
size
Mans'
of good
double
padded.
Send
for
nicely
in rights
pad, and
Made
lefts.
and
No.XS.
durable;
stitching
of
row
heel
on
and
finished
leather, well
exceedingly
Each, $1.50
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of
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made
well
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style. Made
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fine
extra
quality
well
leather,
brown
padded; double
stitching
heel
on
in
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row
rights
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of
and
lefts.
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article
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in every
first-class
way.
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well
buck
and
made
on
All
for
Send
Best
market.
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Complete
in rights
Each, 25c.
18.
No.
25c.
styles made
of asbestos
padded
; double
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pad.
on
stitching
the
on
glove
quarter
pad.
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1 7.
No.
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stitch-
of
row
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well
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row
double
padded;
size.
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all leather,
glover
quality,
good
of
and
bound,
leather
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well
leather,
white
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1904, for the
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style similar
professional
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horsehide.
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and
pad
to
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no
made
heel
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long.
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Glove
good all-around glove,
of
improved style. Made
good quality white tanned
well
horsehide,
padded
A
lined; double
leather
and
of
row
pad.
heel
stitching on
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give excellent
service.
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same
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glove. Made
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selected
in
rights
lefts.
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good
padded
of
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white
tanned
lined,
leather, leather
nicely
quality-
double
;
stitching
on
heel
pad.
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No.
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Size
Men's
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A
glove, full size,
good
improved
style.
Good
white
quality soft tanned
nicely
leather,
double
of
row
heel
on
16.
No.
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year,
be
to
acknowledged
practical in style and
of
of
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on
any
selected
velvet
market.
tanned
lined
and
buckskin,
correctly
with
finest felt.
est
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quality workmanship
of
double
throughout
row
;
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betheel
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stitching
pad.
on
made
at any
price.
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Each.
2X.
$2.50
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No.AXInfielders'
Glove
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popular
very
of
throughout
calfskin.
specially tanned
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felt
quality
stitching
on
with
double
;
heel
pad.
quality workmanship
best
of
row
Highest
out.
through-
Each,
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No.
Made
style.
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tanned
buckskin,
in a most
throughout
exceedingly
white
buckle
fastening
at back.
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A
substantial
brown
doubt
cape
the
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mitt
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popular
a
leather
Mitt
price;
back;
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laced
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manner;
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Boys'
Mitt
for
of a good quality
boys; made
thooughout
laced
and
and
without
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thumb,
of the kind
sold
the
at
price.
ever
Each, 50c.
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best
mitt
Spalding
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of
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for
catalogue
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well
substantially
laced
thumb.
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25c.
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handsome
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free
made;
to any
sports.
address.
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Fair,
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Spalding Mushroom
IN
this bat
of the
principlehas been
a
weight
same
ordinary style under
round
bat
have
we
utilized which
times
many
certain
received
Bat
makes
effective
more
conditions, and
letters
many
bat
a
than
as
from
the
all-
an
prominent
professional
players testifying to their appreciation of the
points of its construction.
balance
They say: "Both
model
are
perfect." Only the very best quality of air
good
and
dried
timber
has
by
expert
before
an
been
at the end
of
the old
the
over
bat
to get
us
whole
and
carefully tested
The
factory.
knob
a
for
ment
arrange-
more
certain
tribution
dis-
even
length than
is
kinds
possible
of play
is
practically invaluable.
it heartily to our
customers,
feeling certain
recommend
that they will find in the combination
it possesses
is
one
every
our
construction,
the
We
and
the bat enables
of weight
under
used
leaving
of
something that they have
good qualitieswhich
for in vain
sought
where"a
else-
perfect bat.
M.
[NO.
The
SpaldlDgMushroom
Plain Bar. specialflnlsb.
No. MT.
The
SpaldlogMushroom
Taped Bai, Taped Handle.
New
For
York,
Sept.
22,
a
used exclusively by the New
Yours
truly,
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players.
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B. Club.
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are
an
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all
the
our
American
experience
Spalding
ried
all
truly,
League
GLEASON,
National
League
base
as
Mushroom
JAMES
F. SLAGLE
J. KLiNG
Dr.
J. P. CASEY
B.
Oct.
14,
B.
Club.
1903.
The
Spalding Mushroom
duced
Bat, introby Jack Pickett, receives my hearty
My experience as a ball
playerenables me to thoroughly appreciate
its good qualities.
Yours
truly,
CHAS.
A. COMISKEY,
endorsement.
Club.
President
Chicago
American
Chicago,
,
In
1903.
ball for
'ickett.
by Jack
perfect.
Chicago,
a
J. CALLAHAN,
Chicago
1.
,
Yo.k
as
JAMES
Quality
WM.
base ball player
I have not
(ound
a more
satisfactory base
ball bat than the Spalding Mushroom
Bat.
The
timber
is the best I have
seen
; the
balance
and model
of the bat is perfect.
Yours
truly,
Manaser-Captain
bat, introduced
and balance
room
Yours
New
experience
Oct.
I have
played professional ba^
the last fifteen years
and
have
kinds of bats, but no
bat has (
such good service as the Spaldi;
J. McGRAVV,
Manager
I n all my
York
Ij
"
Chicago,
1903.
long time
I have been
trying to
bat that would
balance when
ing.
chokNot until I used the Mushroom
Bat,
invented
by Jack Pickett, have I found a
bat that was
idea.
This
bat is
up to my
find
a
each. $l.
ball players we
Bat, introduced
have
found
not
by Jack Pickett.
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JOHN
J. McCarthy
D. JONES
bat
a
F.
more
L.
joe
Of Chicago
League
Oct.
14,
Club.
1903.
satisfactory
CHANCE
tinker
National
League
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New
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and
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bats will be
Bats in
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fect
per-
line
to
emphasize
the
fact
that
bat making
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placing
in
is
The
should
know
is required,
just whal
merely
but
way
and
special sense,
he
there
must
be
will
balance
of
the
bulk
him
skill
it
left in the
through
that
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the
bat-making
at
we
with
dried). Each
equalled
un-
command,
our
critical
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carefully
No.
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Spalding Cold
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No.
CMT.
Spalding Cold
Medal
Taped Bat,
No.
CMB.
Spalding Boys' Cold
Medal
old-time
known
be
considered
when
players
bats
whose
they will use,
Bat. golden finish.
white
Plain Bat,
wax
tested
"
finish.
bat
is
of
eye
one
before
"
"
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in
(not kiln
years
passed under
of
the
best
ball players and
base
-
Bats
Medal
ash, seasoned
white
sheds for three
open
extending
career
years,
facilities
should
decide
Bros,
of satisfactory
ted
carefully selec-
of most
made
best
only
claim
comes
and
experience,
goods
Gold
All Spalding
place
correct
that
twenty-nine
over
G. Spalding "
quality.
quired
re-
that
so
perfect and
is something
A.
for furnishing
are
This
fect
per-
timber
and
be
upon
with
so
the reputation
will sustain
in
within
knowledge
to shape
the
do
we
confidence that they
when
the
is shaping
superiority
of
them
not
general
a
who
ball bat
our
and mark
trade-mark
sary.
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man
base
a
ity
qual-
than
skill
makes
and
of timber, and
thing
some-
more
in
in balance,
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manufactur-
mere
a
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that these
Spalding
being
packed.
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and
Athletic
Supplies shown
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TRADE-MARKED
BATS
introduced
the Spalding line of trade-marked
bats, they have been recognized
we
Wherever
possible, we have improved
by players to whom
quality is a consideration.
both style and quality from time to time, and the assortment
made
now
as
up comprises absolutely
be produced.
The timber used in
the most
up-to-date and thoroughly trustworthy styles that can
not only a
ensuring
their construction
is seasoned
from
before using, thus
two
to three
years
Since
as
1877, when
standard
lighter and stronger
bat, but also retaining the life quality
3-0.
driving
power
of the natural
BATS
MEN'S
SPALDING
No.
and
Tongue Ash Bat, League quality, special finish,spotted
Spalding Wagon
Each, 60c.
burning.
handle.
26c.
Bat, finest straight grained ash; tape wound
Spalding "Axletree"
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Spalding Black Band Bat, extra quality ash.
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SPALDING
["eague Bat, extra
BOYS'
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BATS
quality ash; spotted burning.
Each,
quality ash, polished and
varnished;
No.
3X.
Spalding Junior
No.
2X6.
No.
lO.
Spalding Boys' Bat, selected
antique finish.
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Bat; good quality.
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New
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Pittsburg
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England
London,
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Cincinnati
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were
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at the Louisiana
by A. G. SPALDING
complete
Exposition.
1904, for the best, most
attractive
installation
of Gymnastic
Apparatus,
Fair.
shown
and
at the World's
Athletic
Supplies
won
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Spalding Bevel
Edge Shoe Plates
STEEL.
RAZOR
No.
Toe
3-0.
Plates.
Per
pair, 50c.
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