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By Jean-Pierre Caillault

The hot York Clipper (according to its masthead "The Oldest American wearing and Theatrical Journal") used to be the traditional bearer of activities weeklies in the course of the nineteenth century. one of many Clipper's gains used to be a weekly biographical portrait of a wearing determine. greater than 800 baseball avid gamers, managers, proprietors, umpires, and writers have been hence portrayed. those biographies are accrued in alphabetical order, followed by way of greater than six hundred images. The publication includes a foreword via famous activities historian John Thorn and greater than six hundred line-art drawings.

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Barkley remained with the Pittsburg Club two seasons, in 1886, while it was a member of the American Association, and 1887, the first year it joined the National League. At the beginning of the present season the Pittsburg Club had three second basemen, Dunlap, Smith and Barkley, and, feeling that it could not retain them all, Barkley was therefore sold to the Kansas City Club, of the American Association. Barkley has no superiors in his position as a fielder; besides he is a heavy batsman and a good base runner.

His first regular engagement, however, was in 1882, with the professional team of Springfield, Ill. ) Club, of the Northwestern League, with which he remained throughout that season and part of 1884, until it disbanded. He finished the latter part of the season of 1884 with the Kansas City Club, of the Union Association. In 1885 he went to the Cincinnati Club, with which he has remained ever since. He has made a great name for himself, and is generally conceded to be one of the best catchers in the profession.

At the close of the latter year he, with several other Toledo players, was transferred to St. Louis, President Von der Ahe having bought the best players of the Toledo team so as to strengthen his St. Louis Browns. While with Toledo Barkley played second base, and gained a great reputation for himself in that position. He filled the same position for the St. Louis Browns during the season of 1885. The following Winter the Baltimore and Pittsburg Clubs both offered to purchase Barkley’s release. The latter, however, was more prompt in its dealings, and captured the prize.

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