Page 32 of the Pittsburgh Press, May 12, 1915:
Milwaukee Journal, January 5, 1915:
It is upon his pet “fork ball” that Pete Standridge, one of the [San Francisco] Seals most successful pitchers, will depend to make good with the Chicago Cubs with whom he has contracted to play next season.
The “fork ball” is thrown with the pellet wedged between the fingers. Ever since he first saw Bert Hall use it in the Northwestern league four years ago, Pete has worked to master it.
The forkball is most often described as having been invented by ...Read More...
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