The Browns defeated the Resolutes [in Elizabeth, N.J., on September 18] by [a score of] 4 to 3. Bradley pitched and McGinley caught. The weather was bad, and the attendance slim.
-St. Louis Globe-Democrat, September 19, 1876
The Brown Stockings met the Alleghenys at Pittsburg yesterday, and met with an unexpected defeat. The score at the end of the game stood: Alleghenys, 4; Browns, 3. Bradley pitched, and McGinley caught; Mack played first, and Blong umpired. The Browns arrived here two hours behind time, and had to play without dinner.
-St. Louis Globe-Democrat, September 20, 1876
The Brown Stockings played yesterday with the Indianapolis club, the score at the close standing-Browns, 11; Indianapolis, 3. The weather was unpropitious and the grounds were in bad condition. The attendance, however, was very fair. The Browns will arrive at home this morning.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat, September 24, 1876
What? You thought I was going to post the Four Seasons version?