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Old 10-08-2014, 09:43 PM   #1041
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This is an amazing amazing read. Saw your interview in the other forum, came here to observe and goodness gracious. Keep up the outstanding work
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I saw your interview and happened to go back and look at Arsenal's wrecking of Darwen in the Central League from 1905. I often take an interest in rather non-notable players just for their names, and I want to ask--how did the career of Seth Molloy go?
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I saw your interview and happened to go back and look at Arsenal's wrecking of Darwen in the Central League from 1905. I often take an interest in rather non-notable players just for their names, and I want to ask--how did the career of Seth Molloy go?
Seth Molly was a lifelong (Woolwich) Arsenal Gunner who bounced up and down between the League (five seasons) and the Central (eight seasons) along with the club themselves. Despite a slow start and some down seasons, he was a gregarious regular guy who became a fairly popular player locally (especially in the pubs of Holloway). Molloy had good speed, gap power and defensive chops, winning two Fieldsman of the Year awards for his work in left field. In terms of real life comps, his career is probably closest to that of Mike Menosky's

Along with many others of his era, Molloy was forced to retire because of wounds suffered in battle during the Great War.


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Humiliating Defeat for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Few matches are as embarrassing as the type in which a club gives up an astounding number of runs without scoring any runs themselves, and that is precisely what occurred to Wolverhampton Wanderers in a Third Division North match at Kingston-Upon-Hull on Monday, as almost three thousands of Kingstonians spent some three hours and twenty minutes in nearly constant laughter at the proceedings unfolding before them.

After an uneventful first innings, the home team Hull City Tigers scored four runs to take a commanding margin in the second. Then, the dam burst open in the bottom of the third as eleven Tigers found the plate courtesy of eight singles, three walks, and a mere one three base hit, and the rout was on.

The attack continued on with four runs in the fourth innings, three more in the fifth, and a single run each in the sixth and seventh before Tigers mercifully came up blank in the eighth innings and, being the home squad, never had to chance to pour on more runs in the ninth. Of the 27 base bits, only four went for extra bases, with bench second base man McKilkelly leading the way with five hits (including a three), four runs scored, and six runs batted in. Even Tigers pitcher Willie Ellis got into the fun with three base hits, including a home run, two runs scored and four runs batted in.

Meanwhile, Wanderers could only manage a meagre six base hits and three walks while striking out seven times. There is nothing else to say about their performance on "attack", except to say that at the end, their contribution was to the short end of a twenty four runs to nil caning at the hands of Tigers.

Peter Lonsdale, a quite good pitcher with Wanderers, had nothing on Monday and was hurriedly replaced after yielding 12 runs in two and one-thirds innings by Harry Charlton, who himself was betrayed by his defence and fared no better giving up eight runs, only four of them earned, in two innings. Old Charlie Oconnor put of the best performance, as it were, on the mound for Wanderers, yielding a mere four runs in his three and two-thirds innings.



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Old 10-09-2014, 05:47 PM   #1045
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Watford Wins League Record Ninety-Three Games.

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Old 10-09-2014, 05:49 PM   #1046
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Third Division North Promoted Club


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Old 10-09-2014, 05:50 PM   #1047
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Cardiff City, Queens Park Rangers, Southport, and Wrexham were all re-elected to the Baseball League, unopposed.
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Baseballer of the Year and Pitcher of the Year: Freddie Cuthill

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Batsman of the Year: Willie Scollick

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Baseballer of the Year: William Stanton

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Batsman of the Year: Eddie Culshaw

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Old 10-12-2014, 12:43 PM   #1057
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British Baseball v. American Baseball.

Walsall to Play Yankees in America.

To test the mettle of British baseballers against those of the country which admittedly refined the old game of rounders and brought it back here as a vastly improved sport, the Walsall club, the best the kingdom has to offer, will travel to the United States to play series of exhibition matches against the New York Yankees, champions of the American major leagues, beginning Monday next. The club are already sailing towards Baltimore, Maryland, where the first match will be played.

The Yankees club are acknowledged to be the best in America. They have won more than 90 matches each of the last four seasons (the American major leagues play a fixture list of 154 matches each season); have won their division each of the past three; and won their first so-called “World’s Series” cup from erstwhile champions New York Giants on October 15. The club boast the services of outfielder Babe Ruth, the behemoth baseballer dubbed “Sultan of Swat”, and who made 41 home runs this season (but has hit 54 and 59 during previous years), whilst compiling a hits average of .393 and also causing 130 runs to be batted in. He has been credited with virtually inventing the home run in the American game, and no other batsman comes close to his ability in this regard. Ruth is also a splendid pitcher and the holder of several pitching “records”, but he has given up the mound for good to concentrate on his extraordinary batting skills.

Ruth is supported by first base man Wally Pipp and fellow outfielders Bob Meusel and Lawton “Whitey” Witt. The club are also led by a company of very good pitchers: “Sad” Sam Jones; “Bullet” Joe Bush; Bob Shawkey; Waite Hoyt; and Herb Pennock. Each of these five pitchers won at least 16 matches and finished the season with an earned runs average between 3.02 and 3.63, which in the high attack American game is considered quite good.

Yankees will meet Swifts for the first match in Baltimore on October 29, for the first in a series of ten scheduled matches. From there the clubs will travel throughout the American south, going next to Washington, D.C.; then to Richmond, Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; Birmingham, Alabama; and New Orleans, Louisiana. They will play one match in each town during the course of the week. The clubs will then sail to Havana, Cuba for a series of four matches to be played the following week, after which the Walsall club will sail back to Britain. The series is taking place in the southern states because the weather is considered to be too cold in the north to play baseball at this time of year.

Walsall will sport their full squad, featuring Jamie Ramsay, Laurence Elcock, Freddie Eadle, Moses Lowe, and Rupert Price at the bat. Augustus Wilkes, Freddie Moylan, Eli Hobbs, and Will Stanton will lead Swifts from the mound, and Dominic Gwinnett of the Bristol City club will also join Swifts for this trip. They will also take with them to America the EOI Cup, to show off both to American audiences and to the Yankee club as means to confirm their worthiness to participate in this series. Most Yanks (both the club and the people) have scant idea of the British game or of our Champions, and so this may serve as an introduction to both. Swifts also intend to use the accompaniment of the Cup on their voyage as inspiration as they take to the pitch against the American Champions.

Results will be reported each day in this newspaper, to be written by the American Associated Press and cabled across the sea. The whole of Britain is very excited and eager for our success in this series. If Walsall can win half the matches against the Yankees, it will be seen as a resounding success, and a clear validation of the idea that baseball is being played at the world's highest level here in the British Isles.

Good luck, boys, and show those Yanks what’s what!
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How did you change the salaries from dollars to pounds?
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Special version of the game was created for this dynasty.
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