The St. Louis and Cincinnati Unions played an inning and a half yesterday afternoon and were compelled to stop by rain. In the first inning each side scored two. In the second the St. Louis side were blanked. When the game was called the visitors had three men on base and O'Leary at the bat...
George Washington Bradley tomorrow.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat, June 10, 1884
Bradley, the hero of 1876, still must have been very popular in St. Louis. The Globe had mentioned the fact that he was in town with Cincinnati for several days running. The last sentence I quote above is a culmination of their attempt to drum up excitement over his return to St. Louis.
Bradley. Baseball. Tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow...).