WENATCHEE, Feb. 7—Wenatchee’s Western International League baseball club has received two players on option from the St. Louis Browns and a promise of three more.
Perk Low, vice president of the Wenatchee club, said today that the Browns have assigned shortstop Dick Solari, 22, and Don Hatrick, 20, a righthanded pitcher, to Wenatchee for the 1952 season.
Solari played with Stockton of the California State League last year.
Tony Robello, chief western scout for the Browns, also promised the local club an outfielder, a catcher and a third baseman.
He said a deal also may be made with the Boston Braves so that Bob Garrett, former Whitman College pitcher, can play here this season. Wenatchee is Garrett’s home town.