Baseball Owners, February 26-27, 1897, Hotel Rennert, Baltimore.
National League club owners and officials gather in February of 1897 for a conference on the Rusie situation.
Delegates to the Schedule Meeting of the National League and American Association of Base Ball Clubs. Held at the Hotel Rennert, Baltimore, February 25th-27th, 1897.
Top, L-R: E.E. Becker, Chris Von Der Ahe, Edward (Ned) Hanlon, Frank DeHass Robison, H.R. Von Der Horst, Jason A. Hart, J.W. Spalding, Harry M. Pulliam, Dr. T. Hunt Stucky, Col. J.L. Rogers.
Bottom, L-R: John T. Brush, Alfred James Reach, F.A. Abell, Nick E. Young, I. E. Wagner, Stanley Robison, C.H. Byrne.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 04-09-2013 at 06:30 PM.
Bobby Lowe, 2B---BB Reference----------------Boston Nationals' 2B, 1890-1901
--------------------Charles Comiskey, 1B;---BB Ref
---Lee Richmond, P--BB Reference---(Worchester Ruby Legs)-Thrower of the first pefect game in ML History.
Clark Griffith: Pitcher,---BB Ref
Steve, I did a quick search for photos of Tip on the Library of Congress website and came across a few, although I'm not sure if any are of the Tip that you're looking for.
This is what my search returned: click here
I think these two may be what you're looking for:
Tip O'Neill at Comiskey Park 1911.jpgTip O'Neill St. Louis Browns 1888-1889.jpg
Boston Beaneaters Infield:
Considered by some the best infield of the 19th Century, clockwise from
Top: Fred Tenney (1B), Right: Herman Long (SS), Bottom: Jimmy Collins (3B) and Left: Bobby Lowe (2B). (Boston Public Library)
Baltimore Orioles, In Civilian clothes: Top: Willie Keeler/John McGraw. Bottom: Joe Kelley/Hughie Jennings.
Originally Posted by LeoD
Western League Magnates: 1890s
CHICAGO - C.1890. Team owners from the Western League pose together in Chicago during the 1890s to discuss their business.
Top Row: L-R: Allen, M.R. Killilea, Connie Mack, Charlie Comiskey, Gus Schmelz.
Bottom Row: Tom Loftus, M.J. O'Brien, Ban Johnson (league President), Jack Manning, G. Vanderbeek, C. H. Saulpaugh.
Freddie Parent, Boston SS, 1902
I apologize if these have been posted before, I didn't have time to look through them since I'm in a gurry right now. So Bill if they've been posted please delete them, since you already have them. If not then I hope you guys enjoy them, as I do.
Albert G Spalding
Trinity College Baseball Team, 1885
Albert G. Spalding
Philadelphia Baseball team
Albert Spalding and undenified person
Austin Hayes 1871
1887. Rare glimpse of the early game. When gloves were for sissies.
---------------------------Jim Whitney, P-----------------------------------------------------Pop Snyder, C
1880's Minor League Cards? Can anyone help.....?
Hi, I am a vintage collector of the 50's & 60's. I did find ( in my collection ) these two old cards ( minor league I'm guessing ). Anyone have any info on
these 2 old relic's? Thanks, DInoPro
1874 Boston Red Stockings: 58-18, .743, 7.5 g ahead---BB Ref---NA Champions
Top Row: L-R: Cal McVey (RF), Albert G. Spalding (P), James 'Deacon' White (C), Ross Barnes (2B).
Seated: L-R: Jim O'Rourke (1B), Tommy Beals (2B/RF), Harry Wright (CF), Harry Schafer (3B), Andy Leonard (LF).
Sitting on Ground: L-R: George Wright (SS), George Hall (LF/CF).
1890 Boston Nationals: 76-57, .571, 5th place, 12 g behind---BB Ref
Top row: L-R: James "Chippy" McGarr (IF), Harry Staley (P), Patsy Donovan (CF), Charles Ganzel (utility), William Joyce (3B), William Daley (P), Tommy Tucker (1B).
Middle row: L-R: Kid Nichols (P), Herman Long (SS), Charles Bennett (C), Frank Selee (Mgr.), John Clarkson (P), Jim Whitney (P), Steve Brodie (RF).
Bottom Row: L-F: Bobby Lowe (SS/CF/3B), Paul Revere Radford (utility), Tom Brown (OF).
1897 Boston Beaneaters; 93-39, .705, 2 g ahead, (No World Series)---BB Ref
Top Row: L-R: Jim Sullivan (P), Jake Stivetts (OF), Bob Allen (SS), Charles Ganzel (C), Fred Klobedanz (P), Ted Lewis (P), Fred Lake (C).
Middle Row: L-R: Herman Long (SS), Kid Nichols (P), George Yeager (UT), Frank Selee (Mgr.), Hugh Duffy (OF/captain), Fred Tenney (1F), Billy Hamilton (OF).
Bottom Row: L-R: Jimmy Collins (3B), Chick Stahl (OF), Bobby Lowe (2B).
1899 Boston Beaneaters: 95-57, .625, 2nd Place out of 12, 8 g behind--- BB Ref
Standing: L-R: Charles 'Kid' Nichols (P), Bill Clarke, Frank Killen (P), Vic Willis (P), Marty Bergen (C), Ted Lewis (P), Charlie Hickman (P).
Middle row: L-R: Fred Tenney (1B), Jimmy Collins (3B), Jim 'General' Stafford (CF), Frank Selee (Mgr.), Hugh Duffy (RF), Billy Hamilton (CF), Herman Long (SS).
Seated on Ground: L-R: Bobby Lowe (2B), Charles 'Chick' Stahl (RF)
1882 Chicago White Stockings; 55-29, .655, 3 g ahead, (No World Series)---BB Reference---(White Stockings became known as Chicago Cubs in 1900.)
Cap Anson, Michael 'King' Kelly, Ned Williamson, George Gore, Larry Corcoran.
1887 Detroit Wolverines---79-45, .637, 3.5 g ahead-----BB Reference
Standing Top: L-R: Charlie Bennett (C), Dan Brouthers (1B), Sam Thompson (RF), Charlie Ganzell (catcher), Larry Twitchell (OF/P), Charles B. 'Lady' Baldwin (P),
Sitting: L-R: Fatty Briody (catcher), Fred Dunlap (2B), Bill Watkins (Mgr.), James 'Deacon' White (3B), Ned Hanlon (CF), Billy Shindle (3B), Charlie Getzein (P),
Seated on ground: L-R: Jack Rowe (SS), George 'Stump' Weidman (P), Hardy Richardson (LF)
1884 New York Gothams; 62-50, .554, 4th place, 22 games behind---BB Ref---Player Identifications provided courtesy of Mark Fimoff (bmarlowe).
Top Row, L-R: Monte Ward (CF/2B/P), unidentified, Frank Hankinson (3B), Roger Connor (2B), unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Mike Dorgan (RF/P), Buck Ewing (C).
Bottom Row, L-R: Danny Richardson (OF/SS), Mickey Welch (P), unidentified, unidentified.
1888 New York Giants; 84-47, .641, 9 g ahead, (WS: W 6-4 over St. Louis Browns)---BB Ref
1889 New York Giants; 83-43, .659, 1 g ahead, (WS W 6-3 over Brooklyn)---BB Ref
Includes:Tim Keefe, Mickey Welch, Buck Ewing, Ed Crane, Roger Connor, George Gore, J. O'Rourke, Hank O'Day, A. Whitney, M. Tiernan, J. Ward.
1892 New York Giants; 71-80, .470, 8th place (out of 12), 31.5 g behind---BB Reference---Polo Grounds.
Top Row, L-R: Silver King (P), Jack Boyle (C), Charlie Bassett (2B/3B), Amos Rusie (P), Powers, Buck Ewing (1B/C), Ed Crane (P), Mike Tiernan (RF), George Gore (CF), Jim O'Rourke (LF/1B/C).
Bottom Row, L-R: Danny Murphy (C), Jocko Fields (RF/C), Denny Lyons (3B), mascot, Shorty Fuller (SS), Mickey Welch (P), Jack Sharrott (OF/P).
1899 Cleveland Spiders, 20-134, .130, 12th place (last), 84 games behind ---BB Reference
1898 Cleveland Spiders, 81-68, .544, 5th place, 21 g behind---BB Reference
Top Row, L-R: Sport McAllister (P), Emmet Heidrick (OF), Cy Young (P), George Bristow (OF), Jesse Burkett (LF), Chief Zimmer (C).
Middle Row, L-R: Stengel, Ed McKean (SS), Ossee Schreckenghost (C), Jack O'Connor (UP), Patsy Tebeau (1B), Cupid Childs (2B), Zeke Wilson (P), Harry Blake (RF/CF), Bobby Wallace (3B).
Bottom Row, L-R: Jack Powell (P), Lou Criger (C), Paschal, Long, Frank Bates (P).
1882 Providence Grays; 52-32, .619, 2nd place, 3 games behind--- BB Reference
Standing: L-R: Paul Hines (CF), Tom York (LF), Charlie 'Old Hoss' Radbourn (P), Charlie Reilly (C).
Middle Row: L-R: Jerry Denny (3B), George Wright (SS), Harry Wright (Mgr.), Joe Start (1B), John Ward (RF).
Seated on floor: L-R: Barney Gilligan (SS), Jack Farrell (2B), Sandy Nava (RF)
Originally Posted by SABR Steve
Brooklyn Excelsiors circa 1860
L-R: Raynolds, Whiting, Creighton (holding ball), Polhemus, Pearsall, Russell, Leggett, Brainard, and Flanly.
Boston / New York players; April 29, 1886, Polo Grounds
1886 New York Giants; 75-44, .630, 3rd Place, 12.5 g behind,---BB Ref
Charlie (Old Hoss) Radbourne (Top, far left, giving the finger); Buck Ewing (Top, 4th fr. L).
1889 New York Giants; 83-43, .659, 1 g ahead, (WS: W 6-3 over Brooklyn Bridegrooms)---BB Ref
Top Row, L-R: Danny Richardson (2B), George Gore (CF), Larry 'Cannonball' Titcomb (P), Elmer Foster (OF), Roger Connor (1B), Mike Slattery (OF), Mickey Welch (P), Buck Ewing (C), William Brown (C), Tim Keefe (P).
Bottom Row: L-R: Bill George (OF), Gilbert Hatfield (SS), Arthur Whitney (3B), James O'Rourke (LF), James Mutrie (Mgr.), Mike Tierman (RF), Pat Murphy (C), John M. Ward (SS), Ed Crane (P).
1885 Baltimore Orioles; 41-68, .376, 8th Place (out of 8), 36.5 g behind---BB Reference
Top Row, Standing, L-R: Thomas York (LF), Bob Emslie (P), Ecky Stearns (1B), Mike Muldoon (2B), Sam Trott (C), Dennis Casey (CF), Jake Evans (RF), Joe Sommer (LF)
Middle Row, Seated, L-R: Billy Barnie (Mgr.), Tim Manning(2B), Jimmy Macullar (SS).
Bottom Row, on ground, L-R: Sandy Nava (C), Oyster Burns (utility/P) Bill Traffley (C), Hardie Henderson (P).
1894-96 Baltimore Orioles Team
1895 Baltimore Orioles; 87-43, .669, 3 g ahead, (No WS)---BB Ref---Player identifications provided by Gary Livacari (GaryL.)
Top row, L-R: Dad Clarkson (P), Duke Esper (P), Scoops Carey (1B), Boileryard Clarke (C).
Middle Row, L-R: Steve Brodie (CF), Bill Hoffer? (P), Sadie McMahon (P), Dan Brouthers (1B), Frank Bowerman (C), Arlie Pond (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Kid Gleason (2B), Joe Kelley (LF), Ned Hanlon (Mgr.), Wilbert Robinson (C), George Hemming (P), Hughie Jennings (SS).
Reclining on floor: John McGraw (3B), "Wee Willie" Keeler (RF).
Dad Clarkson is the younger brother of HOF'er John Clarkson.
1894 Baltimore Orioles, 89-39, .695, 3 g ahead,---BB Reference
Top: L-R: Joe Quinn (2B), Sadie McMahon (P), Duke Esper (P), George Hemming (P), Frank Bowerman (C), Boileryard Clarke (C), Jim Donnelly (3B).
Middle: L-R: Steve Brodie (CF), Bill Hoffer (P), Joe Kelley (LF), Ned Hanlon (Mgr.), Wilbert Robinson (C), Hughie Jennings (SS), Heinie Reitz (2B).
Bottom: L-R: Jack Doyle (1B), John McGraw (3B), Willie Keeler (RF), Arlie Pond (P).
L-R: Willie Keeler, Hugh Jennings, Joe Kelly, John McGraw
The man in black is Tom Murphy, the Orioles groundskeeper and "secret weapon,"
who tailored the infield to suit the Orioles's tactical style.
1898 Baltimore Orioles; 96-53, .644, 2nd Place, 6 g behind---BB-Reference
Top Row; L-R: John McGraw (3B), Willie Keeler (RF), Jerry Nops (P), Gene DeMontreville (2B), Jim Hughes (P)
Bottom Row; L-R: Wilbert Robinson (C), Joe Kelley (CF), Frank Kitson (P), Dan McGann (1B), Hughie Jennings (SS), Boileryard Clarke (C)
1899 Baltimore Orioles, 86-62, .581, 4th Place, 15 g behind--- BB-Reference
Top Row: L-R:Jerry Nops (P), Joe McGinnity (P), Pat Crisham (C), George LaChance (1B), Harry Howell (P), Frank Kitson (P).
Middle Row: L-R:Ducky Holmes (LR), Alex Smith (C), Walter Steve Brodie (CF), John J. McGraw (3B), Wilbert Robinson (C), Charlie Harris (3B), Steve McKenna (P).
Bottom Row: L-R: Dave Fultz (OF/3B), Gene DeMontreville (2B), Billy Keister (SS).
Missing: Jimmy Sheckard (RF).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 06-20-2012 at 07:33 PM.
1885 Chicago White Stockings; 87-25, .777, 2 g ahead, (WS: 3-3-1, tied with St. Louis Browns)---BB-Reference
Top Row: L-R: George Gore (LF), Silver Flint (C), Cap Anson (Mgr./1B), Sy Sutcliffe (UT), Mike 'King' Kelly (RF/C), Fred Pfeffer (2B).
Bottom Row: L-R: Larry Corcoran (P), Ned Williamson (SS), Abner Dalrymple (CF), Tom Burns (3B), Jim Clarkson (P), Billy Sunday (substitute).
1882 / 1883 Chicago White Stockings;
Top Row, L-R: Fred Pfeffer (2B), Abner Dalrymple (CF), Ned Williamson (3B), Tom Burns.
Middle Row, L-R: unidentified, Silver Flint, Cap Anson (1B/Mgr.), Jim McCormack (P), Mike Kelly (RF/C).
Bottom Row, L-R: unidentified, Billy Sunday.
1886 Chicago White Sox; 90-34, .726, 2.5 g ahead,---BB-Reference---Player identifications provided courtesy of Bill Burgess, Dto7 and Gary Livacari (GaryL).
Top Row, L-R: Billy Sunday (OF), Abner Dalrymple (LF), Ned Williamson (SS), Jimmy Ryan (OF), Jocko Flynn (P/OF), Tom Burns (3B).
Bottom Row, L-R: Mike 'King' Kelly (UT), George Gore (CF), John Clarkson (P), George Moolic (C), Cap Anson (1B), Fred Pfeffer (2B), Jim McCormack (P), Silver Flint (C).
1896 Chicago White Stockings; 71-57, .555, 5th Place, out of 12 teams, 18.5 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Josh Reilly (MI), Danny Friend (P), Clark Griffith (P), Doc Parker (P), Jimmy Ryan (CF), Algie McBride (OF), George Flynn (OF).
Bottom Row, L-R: Harry Truby (2B), Buttons Briggs (P), George Decker (OF), Bill Lange (RF), Cap Anson (1B/Mgr.), Tim Donahue (C), Bill Everitt (3B), Adonis Terry (P), Monte McFarland (P).
Reclining on ground in front: Bill Dahlen (SS), Malachi Kittridge (C).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 01-06-2012 at 04:53 PM.