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May 26, 2014


Tony Kissel

The Gorhams would defeat the Cape May team of college stars five straight games. By my count this would have been their 35th consecutive win on their way to a 39-game winning streak. William Selden posted his ninth win in a row as well as his fourth shutout during the winning streak. William Malone had an even longer winning streak for the Gorhams.

John Thorn

Outstanding. More on Harrison: On April 5, 1889, the national news divulged that Harrison was exhibiting conspicuously, on a mantelpiece in the White House, a large baseball scorecard. To a visitor this demonstrated conclusively that “the Administration was all right, for it endorsed the game of baseball.”

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