Milwaukee Sentinel, September 9, 1914:
Only partly dressed, Ad Brennan, Chicago Federal pitcher, jumped from a moving train that was about to carry him through Buffalo on Tuesday. The porter forgot to call Brennan. He carried the remainder of his clothes in his flying leap from the train and used a convenient bush as a dressing room.
Man. Most people would perform feats of daring to leave Buffalo.
Anyway, the joke was on Brennan. He didn’t even pitch in that series.
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