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|Description=<p><span>"Their nine [the Stars], however, needs two pitchers on it, no nine being</span><br /><span>complete without a change pitcher."</span></p>
 
|Description=<p><span>"Their nine [the Stars], however, needs two pitchers on it, no nine being</span><br /><span>complete without a change pitcher."</span></p>
 
<p><span><span>Earliest comment on need for more than one pitcher on a club. From a 19cbb post by Robert Schaefer, Nov. 9, 2003</span></span></p>
 
<p><span><span>Earliest comment on need for more than one pitcher on a club. From a 19cbb post by Robert Schaefer, Nov. 9, 2003</span></span></p>
 
|Sources=<p><em>New York Clipper,&nbsp;</em><span>June 10, 1865</span></p>
 
|Sources=<p><em>New York Clipper,&nbsp;</em><span>June 10, 1865</span></p>
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|Submitted by=Bob Tholkes
 
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|Submission Note=2/10/2015
 
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Date Saturday, June 10, 1865
Location Brooklyn, NY, United States
Description

"Their nine [the Stars], however, needs two pitchers on it, no nine being
complete without a change pitcher."

Earliest comment on need for more than one pitcher on a club. From a 19cbb post by Robert Schaefer, Nov. 9, 2003

Sources

New York Clipper, June 10, 1865

Submitted by Bob Tholkes
Submission Note 2/10/2015



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