Monday, 16 July 2007

Pre-Season Player Stuff

SEATTLE, Feb. 1—The Seattle Rainiers of the Pacific Coast league today announced the sale of pitcher Jim Hedgecock to Wenatchee of the Western International baseball circuit.

Gee Gee Perego, who leaves shortly for Wenatchee, Wash., in the Class B Western International league, was presented a traveling bag from a group of well wishers.
Bert Dunne, baseball author, made the presentation.
San Mateo Times - Tuesday, March 22, 1949

DENVER, March 25—Outfielder Leroy Paton, property of the Denver Bears of the Western league was sold today to Yakima of the Western International circuit. The purchase price was not announced.

Brocker Goes to San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO, April 4—Gene Brocker, former Salt Lake City catcher, has been purchased by the San Francisco Seals.
The Pacific Coast league club Saturday announced the purchase of the 26-year-old catcher from the Yakima Bears of the Western International league.
Brocker hit .302 last season while with the Pioneer league Bees.
The Seals optioned Nini Tornay, teen-age local catcher, to Yakima on a 24-hour recall basis in return for Brocker.

Seals Send Drilling To Yakima on Option
Right-hander Bob Drilling is on his way to Yakima, after being optioned by San Francisco to the Western International league club.
Drilling, who pitched for the same club last year, has seen action in only one Seal contest this year that being against Seattle two weeks ago. In his only appearance Bob yielded four hits and three runs, while working two innings.
The 21-yesr-old hurler started his baseball career with the Salt Lake City Bees in 1947, and had a great initial year, winning 23 and dropping only five games. Last year, however, things went the reverse and Drilling won only eight while losing 23 for Yakima.
San Mateo Times , April 19, 1949

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