Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Killefer Convinced Tribe Is Strong

Seattle Daily Times, Sunday, March 16, 1924

"When Red Killefer leads his Seattle Indians out for inspection of home fans at the Rainier Valley ball yard next month, three new members of the club, pictured above (picture not available), will be given close attention. Cliff Brady, the midget second sacker from Rochester, is expected to work into a great second base combination with Sammy Crane. George Steuland, pitcher, is the man Killefer is grooming to take the place of Elmer Jacobs. Earl Baldwin, last year with Los Angeles, is expected to give Seattle a boost in the back-stopping department."

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