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|Description=<p><span>"[Eckford vs. Putnam 7/1/1859] Mr. Pidgeon (their pitcher) at first annoyed the strikers on the opposite side somewhat, by his style of pitching&ndash;first very slow, then a very swift ball; but the Putnam players soon got posted, and were on the look-out for the 'gay deceivers.'"</span></p>
 
|Description=<p><span>"[Eckford vs. Putnam 7/1/1859] Mr. Pidgeon (their pitcher) at first annoyed the strikers on the opposite side somewhat, by his style of pitching&ndash;first very slow, then a very swift ball; but the Putnam players soon got posted, and were on the look-out for the 'gay deceivers.'"</span></p>
 
|Sources=<p><span><em>New York Sunday Mercury</em></span><span>&nbsp;July 3, 1859</span></p>
 
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Date Sunday, July 3, 1859
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"[Eckford vs. Putnam 7/1/1859] Mr. Pidgeon (their pitcher) at first annoyed the strikers on the opposite side somewhat, by his style of pitching–first very slow, then a very swift ball; but the Putnam players soon got posted, and were on the look-out for the 'gay deceivers.'"

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New York Sunday Mercury July 3, 1859

Submitted by Richard Hershberger
Submission Note 2/4/2014



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