Pittsburgh Press, March 24, 1915:
The break has finally come, and it looks as if the Cincinnati club will have to release Manager [Buck] Herzog or accept the resignation of Secretary Harry Stephens. These two officials of the club had a big row at Covington…
The Reds’ training field in Covington, Louisiana was frozen and unplayable, so Herzog wanted the players in New Orleans, where the players could train. The problem was that the Reds were supposed to play an exhibition game against New ...Read More...
Pittsburgh Press, September 29, 1914:
C.L. Herzog, manager of the Cincinnati Nationals, was indefinitely suspended by [National League] President Tener because of an “insulting telegram” received at the office of the league in New York from the Cincinnati manager.
Gov. Tener…stated that Herzog would remain under suspension until he has made a suitable apology.
“Governor Tener. Stop. You’re a big stinky poopy head. Stop. Your mother wears army boots. Stop.”
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