James Connor 2nd baseman 5 May 1897
James Connor, the reserve secoad-baae secoad-baae secoad-baae man, la a well-known well-known well-known figure In baseball. He la aa old-timer old-timer old-timer at the game aad haa been playing for tea yesrs la professional ranks. WW Chicago signed hi one before, calling him from the Jollet team la '92. Decker came with him at the tame time. Connor waa somewhat uatortunatc and became ill at time whea hla chaacea were very bright for making the team. He JAUEX OON.VOR. lttmiT iieroad Haee.) sptalned his askle and split hla hand and waa laid up for ao loag a time that Aaaoa eventually eventually released him. This was at a time whea th Chicago tesm was- was- groping about for secoad-baacman. secoad-baacman. secoad-baacman. He afterward went to To ledo aad later to Minneapolis. Chicago again secured him from th latter team. Connor baa beea playing great ball In practice. In apit of th fact that he was very alow to get teto condition. He ia faat around the bases and covers all ths ground between first and second that a player can get ever. He is sure fielder and baadlea himself like th professional that h is. He Is Inclined to retire from th game, and may decide to quit unless his chances biightea oa the Chicago leans. .af i a V A.