They are already getting on to Baldwin in Pittsburg. Says the Telegraph: - "Mark Baldwin's nerve is objectionable to some directors of the Pittsburg Club. There are not a dozen men playing ball who can go up and strike a club official for his rights with as much coolness as Baldwin."
-Sporting Life, July 4, 1891
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