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Boston's galaxy of hand-picked stars, the Red Sex, held their initial Boston practice in the Briggs Cage yesterday morning from 11 to 1 o'clock. With all the high-priced stars on hand, including Jimmy Foxx, Flit Cramer, Eric McNair, and Heinie Manush, the players went through limbering-up exercises and fielding practice.
No batting was indulged in, much to the relief of the cage caretakers, for last year when the team visited here the major leaguers hit so lustily that they drove the ball several times completely through the netting, resulting in a few broken windows. New nets have been installed this year, however, so it is doubtful if it is possible to accomplish such a feat again, even with such an array of heavyweight talent as the Sex now possess.
The practice yesterday was occasioned by the fact that the game with the Bees was washed out by the inclement weather.
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