Drawn-In Infield (1900)

“….Johnny McCarthy cracked a triple out of the head of Burkett and Everitt drove the sphere on a line through the close-drawn infield and added another victory to Chicago’s list.” Chicago Tribune, May 2, 1900, p6

Previous earliest use (Dickson Baseball Dictionary, 3rd edition, 2009):
1ST USE. 1909. “[Lord] soaked a single through the close drawn infield” (I.E. Sanborn, Chicago Tribune, July 5; Peter Morris). Syn. drawn-up infield.