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In Years Past

May 8, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, Manager Lohr's Jamestown squad of ballplayers, who were scheduled to clash with ball tossers from Niagara University on Saturday in the first of a series of spring practice games, put in a busy day on the Celoron lot and from all appearances they were all in good shape to give the fans a taste of real baseball. The way they pegged around the bases warmed the hearts of Lohr and the few enthusiasts who were on hand. Although the diamond was still a little heavy, they dug the bases out of the mud in great shape and whipped the ball around the circuit with plenty of speed.

 
 

 

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