Saturday, December 19, 2009


Herriman Saturday

Sunday, September 29 1907 -- The Angels, battered but unbowed after an interminable road trip, finally come home to roost in the final weeks of the Pacific Coast League season. Manager Hen Berry had made a deal with the league to keep his nine on the road for the majority of the season, a gesture that was much appreciated by the other teams but left the home fans feeling abandoned.

The Angels have a lot of injuries, but unlike other teams in the league haven't availed themselves of the freed up eastern players, many of whom migrate to the west coast after their season winds up.


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