Article in The Washington Post 24 May 1906 page 9-Shake-Up Due In Nationals

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Article in The Washington Post 24 May 1906 page 9-Shake-Up Due In Nationals - SHAKE - UP DUE IN NATIONALS Waivers Askea on...
SHAKE - UP DUE IN NATIONALS Waivers Askea on Outfielder Stanley Stanley or Pitcher Wolfe Report Still Given Credence that Bill Dineen Is Concerned Changes Coming Before Club Leaves on Trip Before the Nationals leave on their Western trip some highly important changes are likely to deelp In the personnel personnel of the club It leaked out yesterday yesterday afternoon that President Nojes of the Nationals has asked for waivers on Joe Stanley the natives utility fielder Bill Wolfe and It Is also stated Case Patten The report with regard to Patten could not be confirmed but It is certain that waivers have been sought on Stanley and Wolfe What the nature of the Impending changes are no one In the inner circle ot the clubs management will says The pitiful showing of the Nationals however during the past two weeks has a great deal to do with the shifts which are being contemplated The report still maintains about baseball headquarters that Big Bill Dineen Is likely to be a member of the Nationals L There are Just two cities In the Johnson court where the Celt would prosper and those two cities are St Louis and Wash lngton Dineen wants to come to Washington Washington where he started his major league experience under Earl Wagner ten years ago Whether Bill is identified with the waivers on Stanley and Wolfe Is not known but It certainly should not cause the local management much serious though to decide on letting Stanley Wolfe and two or three others go for the big Singer of the old champions Dineen pitched a good game yesterday but he complains of the weather conditions conditions in the Hub and wants a berth on the interior again The failure of Hickman to regain his batting stride and the injury to Nlll which is likely to keep that young man out of the game for weeks to come has left the Nationals in a serious way particularly particularly as the tinging corps of the locals is in a rut Stahl is reluctant to consider any deal which affects Malachi Klttredge as he believes believes that backstop is one of the best In spangles to hold up a gunner Ban Johnson is expected in Washington to - day when more may be learned of the deal In which Stanley and Wolfe are said to figure Manager McAleer of the Browns said yesterday that Byron B or any of the other league clubs would have a mighty fat chance of getting any - of his athletes as Jimmy intends to win a flag with that bunch before he quits Cleveland comes here for three games to - morrow Saturday and Monday after which the Nationals go East and then West It Is said the proposed changes will be made before the club leaves

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  2. 24 May 1906, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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