Sport: Holler Guy

The runner was off with-the pitch; at the crack of the bat he was close to second base. Scampering now, he rounded second digging hard toward third, looking for the coaching signal. He got it: keep moving. He drove for the plate, scored the winning run, having high-tailed all the way home from first base on a single. By such precisely calculated hit & run tactics, the team voted least likely to succeed this year has been making the experts look with fresh respect on Manager Stanley ("Bucky") Harris and his Washington Senators.


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