On February 18, 1922, the Cincinnati Reds trade future Hall of Famer Rube Marquard and shortstop Larry Kopf to the Boston Braves for pitcher Jack Scott. Marquard, a 17-game winner in 1921, will fall to 11-15 in for the Braves in 1922.

Interview with baseball player Rube Marquard by Dr. Eugene Murdock on August 2, 1979 in Pikesville, MD. (15 min.); comments by Dr. Murdock and Mrs. Murdock on the Marquard interview. Between 1973 and 1987 historian Eugene Converse Murdock interviewed 76 former baseball players in 22 states. Most had been active in the 1930's. Murdock was chairman of the history department at Marietta College from 1972 until his retirement in 1986. The interviews were not professionally recorded,

by Murdock, Eugene C.

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