Kid Elberfeld Time Line - 1907

1907New York Highlanders Uniform
Jan 27,1907 The Washington Post pg. 54 ELBERFELD AND TURNER- good article comparing the Kid to another shortstop
May 10, 1907 The New York Times pg. 9 YANKEES LOSE TO CLEVELAND TEAM - mention
May 20, 1907 In the Highlanders' 4-1 win over Boston YANKid Elberfeld accounts for half the total tallies with 2 steals of home‚ the first American Leaguer to accomplish that feat. - no details.
May 31, 1907 The Highlanders beat Boston, 4-1‚ behind Frank Kitson, making his first appearance for New York. Kitson was 0-3 for the Nationals this year, but will go 4-0 in New York. Kid Elberfeld of the Highlanders has a steal of home‚ and Hal Chase has 2 steals. - no details.
May 31, 1907 Shortstop Kid Elberfeld steals home twice against Boston - no details. A Yankee Century: A Celebration Of The First Hundred Years Of Baseball's by Harvey Frommer
June 12, 1907 The Highlanders make it easy for the Tigers by committing 11 errors in the 14-6 win by Detroit. Shortstop Kid Elberfeld leads the bobble gang with 4 errors; 1B Chase‚ 3B LaPorte‚ 2B Williams‚ LF Conroy‚ and pitchers Orth and Hogg each add a miscue. Following the game‚ New York manager Clark Griffith gets into a fracas with a fan and is charged with assault. Griffith later argues self defense and receives a fine. - no details.
Aug 19, 1907 The New York Times pg. 4 ELBERFELD ABSENT, YANKEES DEFEATED - mention
Sept. 30, 1907 The Worst Call Ever!: The Most Infamous Calls Ever Blown by Referees, Umpires, and Other Blind Officials | Kyle Garlett, Patrick O'neal - Elberfeld attack on Silk O'Loughlin