Both men dress in baseball uniform, the clubs being shaped to resemble bats, and the opening shows the comedian putting down the three bases of a diamon.
A bit of burlesque of a baseball game is introduce, but in its present shape counts but little. It could be worked up into a good laughing feature.
The club juggling and throwing is smoothly executed and the whole act goes forward with a decidedly agreeable amount of dash. The men are certain of their throws, making the long exchanges across the stag with speed and sureness.
Variety 6:2 (06/08/1907)