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  1. #276

    1942 Browns

    Nice team photo
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  2. #277

    1944 Cardinal players

    Nice group shot
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  3. #278

    1930 Cardinals

    L-R: Sparky Adams, Charlie Gelbert, Ernie Orsatti, Taylor Douthit, Chick Hafey, George Watkins, George Puccinelli.
    [QUOTE=Texpatriate;1773329Correction for Photo 278, page 12

    This photo shows the same St. Louis outfielders, correctly labeled as from 1930, but with some players misidentified. From left, the players shown are: Ernie Orsatti, Ray Blades, Showboat Fisher, Taylor Douthit, Chick Hafey, George Watkins, and George Puccinelli.[/QUOTE]
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  4. #279

    1956 Pirates

    Nice shot of the team
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  5. #280

    Chicago baseball

    Dont know any of these guys either
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  6. #281

    Connie Mack

    Nice action shot
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  7. #282

    1936 Boston

    Nice shot of the field. July 7, 1936, Braves Field; Home of the Boston Braves.
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  8. #283

    Boston Braves

    Nice vintage photo.
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  9. #284

    Bridges with his car

    Nice shot of this vintage pic
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  10. #285

    Brooklyn Sluggers

    L-R: Dixie Walker, Joe Medwick, Dolph Camilli, Pete Reiser, 1940-42.

  11. #286

    Buck Weaver fan club

    Love this shot of Buck with his fans.
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  12. #287

    Cardinal hitters

    L-R: Don Padgett, Johnny Mize, Enos Slaughter, Terry Moore.
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  13. #288

    Cardinals celebrate

    Can you name any of these guys?
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  14. #289

    1941 Cardinals

    1941 St. Louis Cardinals; 97-56, .634, 2nd place, 2.5 g behind---BB Ref

    Stan Musial (Middle Row, far L); Marty Marion (Bottom, 2nd fr. L); Johnny Mize (Bottom, 3rd fr. R); Billy Southworth (Mgr., Bottom, 5th fr. R); Enos Slaughter (Bottom, 3rd fr. L); Terry Moore (Bottom, 4th fr. R).
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  15. #290

    Bill Carrigan

    I like the old car he won
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  16. #291

    Chicago Cubs

    Who are these guys? GaryL, Bill Burgess I am gonna be keeping you guys busy with my lack of knowing names.
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  17. #292

    1937 St Louis Browns

    L-R: Rogers Hornsby, Harry Davis, Joe Vosmik, Sam West?, Sunny Jim Bottomley, Harlond Clift.
    Before Hornsby was fired as manager and replaced by Jim Bottomley.
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  18. #293

    Cleveland team

    You might be able to name a few that are clear enough
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  19. #294

    Nat All stars

    Paul Derringer, Billy Herman?/Bill Lee?, Pete Coscarart?.
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  20. #295

    Foxx plays 3rd base

    Nice vintage shot
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  21. #296

    Harry Heilman

    One of these guys is harry. Harry Heilmann is the batter with the bat.
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  22. #297

    Joe Tinker

    Has it always been a tradition to give away a car to ballplayers?
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  23. #298
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babefan View Post
    Nice shot of the field. Is this Red Sox or Braves?
    Fortunately, the only major league game that day was the 1936 All-Star game . . .
    . . . at Braves Field

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  24. #299

    Padrone?

    Not sure if I got the name right but he was a Cuban player.
    Quote Originally Posted by caribeño View Post
    Luis " The Mule " Padrón ( photo # 299 ) was a magnificent cuban player that pitched very well and also play the infield . A strikeout artist he is here in his 1905 Poughkeepsie uniform . He was offered a tryout with the White Sox in either 1908 or 1909 . Didn't make it . It is assumed that he was too darky for the " gentlemen " of that time .
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  25. #300

    Ernie Lombardi

    Nice large vintage shot. Boston Braves.
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