Saturday, 4 October 2008

Tribe Readies For '46 in California

Spokane Indians Set Training Site
SPOKANE, Jan. 27—The Spokane Indians baseball tem will open spring training for Western International League play at Boise Springs, Calif., April 1, Manager Glenn Wright said Saturday.
Wright said the site will be near others teams’ training grounds and that pre-season competition will be available. One other team, Idaho Falls, Idaho, of the Pioneer League, will train at the same site, he said.
Wright said he had signed Robert O. Carson, Omak, 25-year-old left-handed pitcher who has been hurling in army competition.
He said he also was negotiating with Levi McCormack, Lewiston, Idaho star of the pre-war Indians, who had been reported bound for Pacific Coast League play.

1 comment:

Royce said...

Does anybody have anymore information about Levi McCormack (such as pictures, history, etc. after he left baseball)? Thanks.