Candidates for battery positions on the Brown baseball team reported for cage work this week, somewhat earlier than in previous years. Brown lost by graduation last spring both of its pitchers. Cram and Crowell, and one of the problems that confronts Coach Pattee is the development of at least two pitchers of university calibre. There are at least eight candidates out for the position, several of whom have come to college with splendid records.
Brown Starts Baseball Work
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