"Pat Folbre, the Forest City, Ark., southpaw, pitched an eleven-inning tie against George Suggs September 22. He made such an impression on Charles Babb, of Memphis, as will result in a 1908 try-out."3
"Folbre is a twirler from Forest city, in this State [Arkansas], who made such a good showing on the Hot Springs team, in the past-season game with Memphis . . . "4
Statistics at Baseball-Reference.com.
1. Folbre's WWII Draft Card
3. Sporting Life, 10/12/1907
4. The Sporting News, 3/12/1908, p.8