He dismissed the third-baseman and his scheming from mind, and believed Reddy as he had believed Arthurs.
Fleetwood, the Hartford third-baseman, took his turn at the stick.
But he rapped the next like a bullet at Griffith, the third-baseman.
Ken imagined what the third-baseman would have said if the coach had not been present.
Ken had tried with all his might to feel friendly toward the third-baseman.