runningshoes' Classic Photo Thread
I created a similar thread a few years back with cubshub hosting the photographs, but he was hacked and they disappeared. Now that I have time, I'm going to recreate the thread, but instead of having them hosted, I'll save them directly to Baseball Fever. That should prevent them from disappearing again. I'll identify players, places and times where I'm able. If I'm having difficulty, please feel free to help me out. I'm not sure if these photographs exist elsewhere in the baseball photography forum, but if they do, please let me know and provide a link to the photo. I'm not sure if Bill saved any of them when they were up before, but I had only posted a small number of the ones I have.
I'll start out with a photograph of Al Simmons, Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth and Jimmie Foxx at the Polo Grounds during the 1934 All Star Game.
Carl Hubbell struck out these four future Hall of Famers, and Joe Cronin, consecutively during the first and second innings to set an all star game record. I don't know if this record still stands. If anyone knows, please let us know. Thanks
The American League won the game 9-7
Last edited by runningshoes; 12-09-2011 at 03:19 AM.
The Cuervo Gold, the fine Columbian, make tonight a wonderful thing.