1910 - Washington
1910 Spalding Base Ball Guide Published 1911 - Elberfeld batting average with Washington: .250
January 07, 1910 - The Ogdensburg journal, NY - In Schaefer, Elberfeld, Gessler, Unglaub and Street Manager McAleer of the Washingtons has some brainy players, and it looks as if the National capital will at last get a team together that will land somewhere near the top. A recapitulation shows that the Washington club next year will have on its pay roll one regular manager, two former manager-captains of big league teams and two other men who at different times have acted as major league captains.
March 07, 1910 - The Ogdensburg journal, NY - . Manager Stallings in the opinion of many competent base ball critics has a wealth of fine playing material —much more formidable in fact than a year ago. New players have been secured by trade and purchase, no expense has been spared and Stallings has not been bothered with small details since last fall. Everything has been done to enable the manager to devote his entire attention to the development of the team, so that it is clearly up to him to produce the desired results. Those who have made a study of the Highlanders' roster of players believe that the team is 50 per cent, stronger in pitchers and catchers than in 1909, that the absence of Elberfeld will prevent further discord, that the outfield will be faster with Engle, Tree, Madden or Hemphill in the three positions and that if shortfield and third base show increased strength, the infield with Chase and Gardner as fixtures will compare favorably with any other in Ban Johnson's league.
March 26, 1910 - The Ogdensburg journal, NY - Elberfeld, Unglaub and Brown starred in the double-header practice work of the Washington American League team at Norfolk, Va., Thursday. Elberfeld trotted around the third station and scooped 'em up in his old style. He took a hot one from Milan's bat with his left hand that had all the appearance of being five feet over his head.
March 27, 1910 - The New York Times - Elberfeld and Fake Bunt
April 15, 1910 - Chateaugay record and Franklin County Democrat, NY - When it comes to knowledge of the game there will not be an inflelder in tne American League which can be classed with that of the Washington. team. Unfglaub, Schaefer, McBride. and Elberfeld are what is commonly known as heady ball players.
April 13, 1910 - The Kingston Daily Freeman - Changes in the American League - Many changes wilol be noted in the American League. Willi Keeler and Norman Elberfeld will be missed from the New York club... Washington's new manager is James McAleer, fromer manager of the St. Louis Browns. Manager McAleer has braced his infield by the acquisition of Elberfeld of New York
April 20, 1910 - Kid Elberfeld, Washington Senators, hits an inside-the-park grand slam home run.
April 22, 1910 - The Ogdensburg journal (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) - In the game between Washington and the Boston Red Sox Wednesday Kid Elberfeld, the Yankee cast-off, hit for the circuit with the bases full.
April 30, 1910 - Elberfeld, of Washington, batted in seven runs in one game - the only player to do it in 1910 - Wright and Ditson Base Ball Guide 1911
May 23, 1910 - Elberfeld, of Washington, batted in four runs in one game - Wright and Ditson Base Ball Guide 1911
August 20, 1910 - The Ogdensburg journal, NY - * * There was considerable doing in that 13-inning game Wednesday between Washington and Detroit, Cobb collided with Elberfeld in the ninth and jarred him out of the game. Unglaub was hit in the head with a pitched ball and continued to bat, Umpire Connolly overruled Kerin and Moriarity was bounced for ridiculing the umpires.
September 8, 1910 - The New York Times - Washington, Sept. 7 - Walter Johnson Beats the Yankees -Senators' Famous Pitcher, with Elberfeld's Batting, Wins for Washington - Both Johnson and Quinn allowed the same number of hits, but the locals bunched theirs in the seventh and eighth innings. Kid Elberfeld, a former Yankee, virtually won the game for Washington. His single paved the way for the run which tied things up, and later his hot grounder through Austin brought in the much needed tally. The Tabasco Kid was also strong on the defense, blocking off two men at third base, when a slip would have proved costly to the Nationals.
October 14, 1910 - The Sheboygan Daily Press (Sheboygan, Wisconsin) - Kid Elberfeld turned his ankle and was not spiked by Ty Cobb in the recent series between the Tigers and the Senators.
*November 11, 1910 - The Ogdensburg journal - Of those who were in the American league when it dropped the name of Western league and in 1900 assumed the more expressive title, only one remains in the ranks who has been continuously in service around the circuit. That is our old comrade, Norman (Kid) Elberfeld, captain of the Washington club.
December 9, 1910 - The Washington Herald (Washington, District of Columbia) - Page 24 - Norman and Jack go to a show