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ond good game for Brooklyn. Dal
ton got three singles and Wheat a
homer and single. Johnny Evers
knocked three safeties.
Pittsburgh and Brooklyn Feds di
vided a pair. The first was a box duel
between Walker and MaxwelL Soni-
ers of Brooklyn was clouted in the
second. Danny Murphy and Jim'
Delehanty continued to hit hard.
Baltimore clouted a trio of, Bison
pitchers for 15 hits. Benny Meyer
and Mike Doolan each got four safe
ties.1 Knabe hit three good ones.
TYLER AND TYLER IS
ONLY BROTHER BATTERY
BY HUGH S. FULLERTON.
The Boston Braves this-year have
a battery composed of two brothers,
George and Fred Tyler. This is the
first' time in the history of modern
baseball that such a combination has
been seen. George Tyler, the pitcher,
is one of the best of the left-handers
when properly handled. Catchers who
have worke'd with him declare he is
the hardest pitcher to catch they ever
Manager Stallings was seeking .to
better this condition and asked
George what catcher he worked best
with. George remarked: "My broth-
Gedtge Frei Tylea?
er Fred catcHes me better than any
one I ever had." Without a word
Stallings sent out orders to Rel'Fred
Tyler, and he was brought into camp.
lie Jacks experience, but is strong.
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