Nicknamed "The Black Honus Wagner," Pop Lloyd gained the admiration of Wagner himself, and at the end of a game Wagner attended to watch Lloyd, Honus himself stated, "I am honored that they would name such a great player after me."
The Eagle asks for the co-operation of the law-abiding people of Bryan in protecting the Sabbath day against the violence of Sunday baseball. Excerpt - Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot April 14, 1913.
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I just finished my sausage McMuffin and was thumbing through a few saved articles from yesterday to catch up on reading. The weather outside was frightful, as winds had picked up to the point that the power lines were dancing three or four feet at a time. The trees were all but snapping, as limbs … Continue reading Nothing Says “I’m Lovin it” Like a Little Hate with your Coffee