In view of the coming hard game, the practice of the nine yesterday afternoon was limited to three quarters of an hour of sharp fielding and batting work. Fitz is still troubled with his arm, and McCornick's illness has come as another unfortunate set-back to the favorable work of the nine in preparation for the game. Both men may be able to play, although there is a strong probability that Fitz will not be in condition and that McCornick will not even be able to accompany the nine on the trip. In this case Morse will pitch and Foster will be played at first.
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