"William H. Barnes" was a baseball player, playing as a center fielder in the 19th century. He played for the St. Paul Saints (UA)/St. Paul Saints of the Union Association, a replacement team which began play near the end of the 1884 season. He was a native of Indianapolis, Indiana.
In 8 games as the Saints' starting center fielder Barnes batted .200 (6-for-30) with two run (baseball)/runs scored. In the field he recorded eight putouts, three error (baseball)/errors, and participated in one double play.More Bill Barnes on Wikipedia.
You don't try to sell food to someone that's not hungry. We wait till the temperature hits freezing or they get a snowfall and then we bombard them. We send them pictures of a golf course on President's Day weekend or during spring break, prior to potential holidays. ... They haven't played golf since October.Bill Barnes