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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 21, 1913, Image 11

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only to the Cubs. He would, iiot
bring anything if put on the market.
Murphy likes money, but he needs
players to make his team a winning
one. He is far-sighted enough to rea
lize that a winning team is a money
maker. Right now he would prob
ably accept an offer of a good pitcher
and outfielder for Bresnahan. No
second-raters would be considered.
Brooklyn has a plentiful supply of
stars in each department.
And Brooklyn is going to need a
manager. The reasoning is obvious.
When he was unhampered Br.es
nahan made good as a leader in St.
Louis. There is no reason he couldn't
repeat in Brooklyn, for the material
is there.
Once more the Giants trimmed the
Sox, the scene of the third massacre
being Springfield. Jim Scott was the
victim. He only allowed three hits
during the four innings he worked,
but one was a homer by Doolan with
the bases full, and another was a
four-bagger by Thorpe with no one
on. Pinal score, 6 to 4. Fromme and
Matty pitched for the Giants. Sam
Crawford whaled a triple. Cold
weather held the attendance down to
500.
Today-the teams are in Peoria, and
snow and" cold weather have nut the
fell!
CHARLES
DOOIN, ,
WHO
WILL
MANAGE
THE
PHILLIES
AGAI' .
IN
1914.
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