Sport: Valuable

Like a chauffeur that can hang curtains, or a cook that can crochet, a baseball pitcher that can bat is a rare and 'desirable possession. Last week, a committee of sport writers voted one such "most valuable to his team" of all players in the American League this season.

Pitcher Walter Johnson, of the Washington "Senators," was the man. His reward was the American . League Trophy, awarded in 1922 to George Sis- ler, now the St. Louis Manager, and in 1923 to George Herman Ruth, famed New York fielder.

When Johnson came out of...

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