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Thread: The Brooklyn Superbas of Washington Park (1898-1912)

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    1905 Pitcher Harry McIntire
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    Tuesday, July 11, 1905, Pittsburg 11 - Brooklyn 2

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    1902 Brooklyn Superbas
    1B Tom McCreery (left), 2B Tim Flood (center), and LF George "Dumpling" Hildebrand* (right)

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    While in the minor leagues, Hildebrand was involved in the invention of the spitball with pitcher Frank Corridon, and he taught the pitch to future Superba Elmer Stricklett. After his playing career was over, Hildebrand was an umpire in the American League from 1913 to 1934.

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    1904 Opening Day Parade of Players at Washington Park
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    1907 Portraits of the Brooklyn and New York Players prior to their Opening Day Game
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    1907 Formal Portraits of Pitcher Jim Pastorius (left), CF Billy Maloney (center), and Pitcher Harry McIntire (right)
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    July 1907 Greatest Baseball Crowd on Record at Washington Park
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    1909 Brooklyn's Seven Pitching Stars
    Top Row (left to right): Jim Pastorius, Elmer Stricklett, Kaiser Wilhelm, Harry McIntire, and Nap Rucker.
    Bottom: Doc Scanlan
    (Yes, I know that's only six.)
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    Four of the Pitchers, the Catching Force and Some of the Leading Fielders of the 1904 Superbas
    Top Row (left to right): Pitchers Ed Poole and Jack Doscher, Outfielder Deacon Van Buren, 2B Charlie Loudenslager, Pitchers Bill Reidy and Oscar Jones.
    Middle Row: SS Charlie Babb (left) and 1B Jack Doyle (right).
    Bottom Row (left to right): Catchers Bill Bergen, Fred Jacklitsch, and Lew Ritter, and LF Jimmy Sheckard.

    1904 Four of the Pitchers, the Catching Force and Some of the Leading Fielders of the 1904 Super.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUKen View Post
    1905 Pitcher Harry McIntire
    Based upon these photos, I calculate that Harry's fastball was about 28mph.
    ;^)
    Seriously, great job with all the wonderful posts and please keep them coming!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude Paskert View Post
    Seriously, great job with all the wonderful posts and please keep them coming!
    Thanks, Dude. I've got two more today:

    1906 Brooklyn Superbas (also added to post #33)
    Top Row (left to right): Tim Jordan (1B), Whitey Alpermann (2B), Jack Doscher (P), Billy Maloney (CF), John Hummell (2B/LF/1B), Jim Pastorius (P), Lew Ritter (C).
    Middle Row (left to right): Emil Batch (LF), Harry McIntire (P), Patsy Donovan (Mgr.), Doc Gessler (1B), Jimmy Casey (3B), Harry Lumley (RF).
    Bottom Row (left to right): Mal Eason (P), Elmer Stricklett (P), John Butler (C), Jack McCarthy (LF).
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    Pitcher Harry McIntire and Catcher John Butler
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