Sport: Traders

Boston's baseball fan is thumbing his nose at the fan of Manhattan. For some ten years Boston, both in the American and National League, has been a clumsy underdog. When potent baseball players came to Boston they were soon sold to stronger teams. Boston has been in or near the baseball cellar long enough to be smeared with the damps and cobwebs of depression. Last week, in one of the most astounding trades in the intricate business annals of the game, Rogers Hornsby, some say the greatest second baseman of all time, went...

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