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Old-Time Baseball Photos Sep 6
Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, Oct 13, 1960 - In Game 7 of 1960 World Series vs Yankees, the Pirates now immortal hero Bill Mazeroski is rounding third base after his 9th-inning walk-off home run has delivered Pittsburgh its 1st title since 1925 sending its city into state of euphoria
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Old-Time Baseball Photos Sep 12
Philadelphia, ca 1940 - After Phillies abandoned the Baker Bowl for Shibe Park in summer of 1938, this once jewel of baseball was relegated to becoming a venue for midget car racing. One of the few photos of either Philly ballparks with the downtown skyline looming in distance
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SABR Ballparks Aug 16
Paige had a 25 year main career, and a few minor league and special appearances beyond that.
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Bandbox Sports Aug 2
As the extended netting to the foul poles at GRF, there was a time when the netting protected only 40 feet behind home plate at old park.
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Bandbox Sports Jul 28
More progress on the structure under the lower seating at old Park. Methodically working around the bowl.
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The Life and Times of Dan McGann 14 Mar 18
Polo Grounds, 1910. Rare snapshot view from a seat in the bleachers.
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SABR BioProject Jul 1
in 1920 the played their 1st game in Sportsman's Park, which was also home of the Browns. The Redbirds left Robison Field, located about 6 block away. Read the story on this fabled park
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Chris Epting Jul 6
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Tigers History Jul 10
We're honored to present an essay on by the legendary Joe Falls, excerpted exclusively 20 years later at the new ! Special thanks to Connection Graphics for reprint permission! Read it now:
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Cleveland Indians Jun 19
Nobody: Roberto Pérez:
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Old-Time Baseball Photos Jun 18
Shulthis Stadium, Independence, KS, Apr 28, 1930 - The claim is all in the wording: Here is photo of the first night game (under permanent lights) of "organized baseball" between two Class C minor league teams from Western League as Mukogee Chiefs routed hometown Producers 13-3
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SABR Ballparks Jun 18
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P-Hacking: Crash Course Statistics #30 via
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Old-Time Baseball Photos Jun 11
Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, 1940's - This Droyer's Point 25,000-seat ballpark open in 1937, original plans called for venue to hold 50,000 as multi-purpose stadium for baseball, football, track and field and boxing. Brooklyn Dodgers played 15 home games here in 1956 & 1957
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Old-Time Baseball Photos Jun 10
First batter is Cardinals center fielder Harry Walker against pitcher Ralph Branca of Dodgers, :08 sec into the clip and Walker rips a double off glove of 6'6" Brooklyn first baseman Howie Schultz and scoring from first base is Red Schoendienst. I can watch this over and over
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Old-Time Baseball Photos Jun 10
Civic Stadium, Seattle - When Dugdale Field burned down in 1932, PCL's Indians moved into an old football stadium for 6 years, the field had hardpan dirt instead of grass and lights were on telephone poles situated on field of play proving to be safety hazard. Players loathed it
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Old-Time Baseball Photos Jun 10
Rickwood Field, Birmingham, AL - an aerial view of one of the oldest ballparks in the United States. Built in 1910 for Birmingham Barons and was also home to Birmingham Black Barons of Negro Leagues. When it first opened capacity was 7,000 but today it sits 10,800
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Old-Time Baseball Photos Jun 7
West Side Park, Chicago, Oct 1907 - This was taken during 1907 World Series between Tigers and Cubs, my hunch this is from first game that was called after 12 innings (3-3 tie) due to darkness. Cubs won next four for their first World Series title. Ty Cobb hit just .200 in series
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MLBcathedrals Jun 7
In case you’re unfamiliar with Dave this is the result of his last project, PNC Park. All handcrafted with poster board, an X-Acto, and a printer. Miller Park will be special
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Dan O'Brien Jun 7
Replying to @OTBaseballPhoto
Wandered around Chicago in the dead of night to find this, 2017.
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