The Red Sox have telegraphed for money to come home with: their shoes do not fit the track, and walking is bad. Keokuk is a fine place for a professional club. The White Stockings received sixty-eight dollars for their share of the game money for two games. The Red Sox only drew $45. How many clubs will make this mine of wealth a second visit.
-St. Louis Republican, May 10, 1875
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