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July 9, 2007


Gary Ashwill

Thanks. Looks like the next stop would be Hartford (and maybe Brooklyn) papers, to see if anything connects this Manela to our guy.

Patrick Rock

According to the Professional Baseball Players Statistical Database, Hartford did indeed have a pitcher named Manela (first name unknown) who had a record of 0-1. He was a "less than 10 games" player, so only his WL was given.

He does not show up in any other season or with any other team than Hartford EL 1922.

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