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Thread: Baseball's Past in Black & white

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    Beautiful!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dto7 View Post
    1900 Detroit Tigers-American League

    Thanks to RUKen for updates on players names

    Top Row; L-R: Suter Sullivan, ?, ?,?, Joe Yeager, Jack Ryan

    2nd Row; L-R:George Stallings, ?, Al Shaw, Sport McAllister, Dick Harley

    Bottom Row; L-R; Jimmy Casey,Kid Elberfield, George Nicol, Ducky Holmes

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    Beautiful!!
    Thanks, Gary!

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    1944 Old-Timers Game for a War Bond Drive at Wrigley Field

    Ex Cubs L-R: Mickey Doolan, Rogers Hornsby, Mordecai Brown, Jimmy Vaughn, Jimmy Archer and Freddy Lindstrom.
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    Casey Stengel Helping Raise The American Flag on Opening Day for the Brooklyn Robins 4-14-14

    Casey Stengel fifth player from the left cap in right hand. Dick Egan 4th player from the left.
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    Opening Day in Brooklyn 4/12/1932

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    Boston Braves manager Bill McKechnie (left) and his counterpart, Max Carey of Brooklyn, flank Brooklyn political boss John H. McCooey on opening day at Ebbets Field on April 12, 1932.

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    President Hoover Throws Out the First Ball on Opening Day 1932 in DC

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    President Hebert Hoover throws out the ceremonial first ball on opening day at Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC on April 11, 1932. The Senators beat Boston 1-0 in 10 innings.

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