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 - TWO PLAYERS MAY COME TO SCRANTON Jack Dunn, of...
TWO PLAYERS MAY COME TO SCRANTON Jack Dunn, of Baltimore. Of fers to Sell Dixie Walker and Jake Gettman to Coleman. STATE LEAGUE GOSSIP Jack Dunn, manager of the Baltimore Orioles, of the International league, has two players he wants to .sell to Owner E. J. Coleman, of the .Scranton Xev York State league team. The men are Dixie Walker, who played with Wilkes - Barre before going higher, and Jake Gettman, who play - ed center field for Baltimore last year. Owner Coleman has written to Dick Kniith to do as he believes best. Walker is a pitcher. Gettman was the twelfth best swats - nuth in the International last season" lie - was in ninety - four games, was at - nat - 349 times, had fifty - seven runs, , 120 hits, 193 total basses, twenty - six two - baggers, nineteen three - base clouts, three home runs, six sacrifice hits, ten stolen bases, struck out forty times, had twenty - eight batted balls, and a batting average of .344, which. . is some slugging. Gettman's fielding average was .941. . , . , . . Walker did great work for the Barons,1 but was only in eighteen games for Baltimore. His batting average in the International league was .250. His fielding average was .928. At Syracuse. ... Charles F. Connors, president of the Syracuse Stars, is in that Salt City trying to buy or leass the present Star park. Syracuse can't secure another site (low and wants to get a long lease to they can make some improvements - . - - ' - ' Gene Good, captain of the Stars, v.rites that he is well and happy, and that he will be on the job next season. He is now in Boston. Red Calhoun is sweet on Dan Me - Leod, of the Senators, and will make .another effort to land the big Southerner. McLeod sure is some pitcher and always made the Scranton sluggers worry. 1913 Troy Uniform. The plaid coats worn the past two reasons by the Collarmakere will be discarded this season. Navy blue sweaters will be substituted and new irimmings will be purchased for the i - niforms. The home dress will continue to be white, while the light brown uniform will be utilized on the road. Adam Turkes, treasurer of the Wilkes - Barre base ball club, will leave Baronville next week to go South. He will not return until April 15. Wally Woods, catcher for Troy, ; writes to Manager Hank Ramsey to y he is a free agent on account of not receiving his contract before February 1, and that the club refused to pay him for Sunday, the last day of the championship season of last year. If the contract . was mailed before January 1 Wally may have to play, it is said. Leo D. Callahan, Brooklyn got.f from Elmira, will be given a tryout in the big show. The Albany team, which will report to Manager Tamsett at Florence, N. J., April 7, has signed an out fielder named OdWell, who was with the Marlon club of the Ohio State league last season. He has played in the International and was with Cincinnati in the National at one time. Albany will play in Pitfsfield, Mass., with the team at that place April 19. Baltimore will send Outfielder Cooper, who was with the Reading ciub of the Tri - State league, to Troy. Infielders Taguer and Southeron, two youngsters, have been placed on the market and will be sold outright or traded for . a good left - handed curver. Victor Shankey, the big twirler tried out by Ramsey last season, will be given another trial. Ramsey also announces that he has signed Pitcher Weaver, a collegian. Claiming that Binghamton deserves some 'consideration in view of the fact that Binghamton .cannot play Sunday games, Secretary Benedict, of the Bingoes, intends to make a fight for more Saturdays at the coming State league meeting. It' is contended, that there are 6,000 factory employes in Lestershire and that they secure a half holiday on Saturdays and on this account he thinks the Binghamton team is entitled to more Saturdays than other teams. STABS DEFEAT MINERS ON Y. M. C. A. ALLEYS , The Y - M. C. A. Stars defeated the imerg oowiing team last night at the . m, cv a. alleys. - The scores: MINERS. Rush Morton . . . Blackledge Heuster . . ...... 157 123 . 127 1116 9S 124 127 104 102 lvO 194 1 SO 70 519 153 111, 157 ' 167 5Sj 48S STARS Pastorius 115 Warnke 130 Barron ISO Phillips 172 667 137 103" 194 176 S10 WYOMING SEM WINS The WVOmine - Semlnarv five owamn ed the Mansfield Normal schnnl la.m Tuesday night at Kingston, winning by a score or tony to nineteen, jonn iseaion. or Nativity Place, played with the Mansfield team. SUNDAY BASEBALL DIES There will be no Sunday baseball in New York state this year. The Democratic leaders are said to have gotten "cold feet" at. the eleventh nour and the bill was committed to the Codes committee "for a hearing." The hearing took place several weeks ago so tno Mil is dead, is In

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 20 Feb 1913, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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