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Hidden Ball Trick is Effective as a "Dodge" for the Atlantic Club
|Location||Brooklyn, NYBrooklyn, NY|
|City/State/Country:||Brooklyn, NY, United States|
|Game||Base BallBase Ball|
|Immediacy of Report||Contemporary|
|Age of Players||AdultAdult|
"Flannelly, the first striker, was put out at the second base by a dodge on the part of Oliver, who made a feint to throw the ball, and had it hid under his arm, by which he caught Flannelly -- an operation, however, which we do not much admire."
Bob Tholkes reports that the play was made by Joe Oliver of the Atlantic Club in the seventh inning of a game with the Star Club of Brooklyn.
Sunday Mercury, October 23, 1859
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|Submitted by||Bob Tholkes|
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