This article dated 8/2/1922 recaps last night‟s Industrial League game between Kenwel and the S.M-H.T. team.
Phil and Bert Kennedy (both played in this game) introduced some innovative glove designs during the 1920’s. The brothers were partners of Ken-Wel Sporting Goods, a company started by their older brother Dr. Morris Kennedy of Gloversville.
Other teams in the league were Fownes, Surpass, the Morning- Herald, Levor and the Danforths.
THE MORNING HERALD
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1922.
KENWEL VICTOR IN INDUSTRIAL
In an Industrial league contest at Parkhurst field last night the Kenwel nine defeated the S.M.H.T. combination by a score of 6 to 3. Phil Kennedy, who pitched for the winners allowed five hits while Deischel, the opposing twirler allowed eight.
The feature of the game was a three base hit by A. Kennedy. Al Kennedy also featured in the sixth inning when with two out and three men on bases he stopped a hot one retiring the side.