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Krause Phila. Amer. (Harry Krause or Harry William Krause (1888-1940) also known as Hal. Color portrait of Harry Krause. An elephant is in the top left corner and 'Athletics' is in the top right. The team is the Philadelphia Athletics. Verso: Harry Krause. Harry Krause, the Philadelphia Athletics' young southpaw, made his base ball debut with the San Jose team, in 1907. Connie Mack signed him, and sent him to the Harrisburg team of the Tri-State League for seasoning. The young pitcher led that league in 1908, and in 1909, given a chance with the Athletics, made a phenomenal record. He won the first ten games he pitched, only five runs being made off him in the whole ten games. In 1910 ill health and a bad arm prevented his doing much, but he is expected to again cut a wide swatch in 1911. Includes statistics for 1908-1910. Base Ball Series 400 Designs. Piedmont. The Cigarette of Quality. Factory No. 25, 2d Dist. VA.), 1911

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