It does appear to be the 1910 pennant-winning team.
L-R: Joe Tinker (SS), Lew Richie (P), Harry Steinfeldt (3B), Jimmy Archer (UT), Johnny Evers (2B), Tom Needham (C), Heine Zimmerman (UT), Jack Pfiester (P), Rube Kroh (P), Ed Reulbach (P), Harry McIntire (P), Orval Overall (P), Frank Chance (Mgr/1B), King Cole (P), Solly Hofman (CF), Johnny Kling (C), Frank "Wild Fire" Schulte (RF), Jimmy Sheckard (LF), Mordecai "Three-Finger" Brown (P), Fred Luderus (1B), Ginger Beaumont (OF), John Kane (OF).
Last edited by GaryL; 03-06-2012 at 04:21 PM.
My guess is that the poster was issued in 1910 to celebrate not only the '06-07-08 teams, but the new league champs of 1910 as well (albeit prior to the 1910 World Series). For many years now, that poster has been attributed to what I now feel is the wrong year, 1908.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 03-06-2012 at 07:25 AM.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 03-06-2012 at 07:26 AM.
Why isn't the 1910 Cubs shown in full size? My heart jumped when I thought we might be down-sized again.
1888 Cincinnati Red Stockings Team
1888 Red Stockings Team Stats
1888 Cincinnati Red Stockings; 80-54, .597, 4th Place, 11.5 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, standing, L-R: Pop Corkhill (CF), George Tebeau (LF), Bill Hart (P), Bid McPhee (2B), Billy Serad (P), Heinie Kappel (SS/2B).
Middle Row, L-R: Tony Mullane (P), John Reilly (1B), Gus Schmelz (Mgr.), Aaron Stern (President), Louis Hauck (Secretary), Jim Keenan (C), Lee Viau (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Mike Smith (P), Frank Fennelly (SS), Hugh Nicol (RF), Kid Baldwin (C).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 03-09-2012 at 11:59 AM.
1922 New York Giants Team
1922 Giants Team Stats
Here's a new, larger edit of the '22 Giants in a slightly different pose. The original posting can be found here: 1922 Giants (11/22/2010). There just aren't enough hours in the day to remove all the scratches from the original print, but I did manage to remove quite a few. Cheers! ~B
1922 New York Giants; 93-61, .604, 7 g ahead, (WS: W 4-0-1 over Yankees)---BB-Ref---(photo taken September 26, 1922; Polo Grounds, NY)
Top Row: L-R: Mahlon Higbee (OF), Ralph Shinners (OF), Claude Jonnard (RP), George Kelley (1B) Jack Scott (P).
Second from Top; L-F: Emil 'Irish' Meusel (LF), Fred Johnson (P), Freddie McGuire (2B), Wilfred 'Rosy' Ryan (P), Carmen Hill (P), Jesse Barnes (P), Virgil Barnes (RP), Dave Robertson (OF), Frank Snyder (C).
Seated: L-R: Royce 'Ross' Youngs (RF), Art Nehf (P), Charles 'Casey' Stengel (CF), Hughie Jennings (coach), John McGraw (Mgr.), Albert 'Cozy' Dolan (reserves), Alex Gaston (C), Earl Smith (C), Frankie Frisch (2B).
Bottom Row: L-R: Hugh McQuilllan (P), Walter 'Waddy' MacPhee (3B), Dave Bancroft (SS), Clint Blume (P), Bill Cunningham (OF), Henry 'Heinie' Groh (3B), Lee King (1B), Johnny Rawlings (2B).
Last edited by BSmile; 03-13-2012 at 07:51 AM.
1924 New York Giants Team
1924 Giants Team Stats
Fresh off my editing table, here's an all-new & very large version of the '24 Giants. John McGraw is absent (looks like Hughie Jennings was on managing duty that day). However, notorious owner Charles Stoneham showed up for the picture. I wouldn't be surprised if a version of him made an appearance in the upcoming 3rd season of Boardwalk Empire on HBO. Cheers! ~B
Last edited by BSmile; 03-13-2012 at 08:14 AM.
1935 Bismarck Churchills Team
Bismarck Churchills History
Here's a really clean edit I just finished of the great '35 Churchills, a team that Satchel Paige considered one of the best he ever played for.
From Wiki: "The Bismarck Churchills were an integrated semi-professional baseball team based in Bismarck, North Dakota in the 1930s. Led by Satchel Paige, Moose Johnson, and Double Duty Radcliffe, the club won the 1935 national semi-pro baseball tournament in Wichita, Kansas. The Churchills played independently of any league because their mixed race roster was a problem in a period of segregation, and because there were no formal leagues at the semi-professional level in North Dakota in the 1930s. The team was owned by Neil Churchill, a local car dealer who owned the city's Chrysler dealership, and regularly played against Valley City, Jamestown, and other teams across North Dakota and Manitoba. Although the club is recalled as the "Churchills" today, the team was not formally named in the 1930s, as North Dakota newspapers such as the Bismarck Tribune simply referred to the club as the "Bismarcks" in 1935. The team was also referred to as the "Giants" (written on old team photo)."
1935 Bismark Churchhills;
Top Row, L-R: Hilton Smith (P), Red Haley, Barney Morris (P), Satchel Paige (P), Moose Johnson, Quincy Trouppe (C), Double-Duty Radcliffe (P/C).
Bottom Row, L-R: Desiderato, Leary, Neil Churchill (owner/Mgr.), Oberholzer, Hendee.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 03-14-2012 at 07:07 AM.
Ray L. Doan's All Star Faculty Baseball School
Hot Springs, Arkansas, Feb 15th to Mch 15th, 1933
There's a few instructors in the front row who might know a thing or two about playing the game...like Rogers Hornsby, Grover Cleveland "Old Pete" Alexander & George Sisler. Interesting how the photographer used "Mch" as an abbreviation for March, I've never seen that before.
Last edited by BSmile; 03-17-2012 at 07:40 AM.
Last edited by GaryL; 03-18-2012 at 07:36 AM.
1923-24 Leopardos de Santa Clara Team
Leopardos Season 1923-24
Here's a great pic that I recently found at auction and did some editing on. So much talent on this team, click on the link above to read all about it.
"For 1923/24, the Leopardos loaded up with American Negro league talent. Linares and Molina brought back pitchers Holland, Brown, and Pedroso and added Americans Rube Currie and Merven Ryan, as well as Cuban legend José Méndez, and Pedro Dibut, who had just been signed by the Cincinnati Reds. In the infield, first basemen Oscar Johnson and Eddie Douglass and shortstop Dobie Moore joined the returning second baseman, Warfield, and third baseman, Marcelle. The regular outfielders, Charleston, Oms, and Mesa, were the same as in the previous season, and Esteban Montalvo was the backup outfielder."
1906 Pittsburgh Pirates Team Portrait
1906 Pirates Team Stats
Here's a brand-new, very large edit of the '06 Pirates team. I spent quite a bit of time tweaking it, so I hope you guys enjoy it! It is currently residing as my desktop background (I have a 23" widescreen monitor). I have to wonder though: Is it the 1906 Pirates or not? My sources lead me to say it is, but I know how tricky it can be to correctly date these old Pirates team photos. So, do you like this latest addition...and is it really the '06 team? Cheers! ~B
190? Pittsburgh Pirates;
Top Row, L-R: Ginger Beaumont (CF), Fred Carisch (C), Sam Leever (P), Otis Clymer (RF), unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified.
Middle Row, L-R: Honus Wagner (SS), Heine Pietz (C), unidentified, unidentified, Mike Lynch (P), Deacon Phillippe (P), Ed Phelps?.
Front Row, L-R; Patsy Flaherty (P), Claude Ritchey (2B), Fred Clarke (LF/Mgr.), Homer Hillebrand (UT), unidentified, Tommy Leach (UT).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 03-23-2012 at 04:41 PM.
Last edited by Dto7; 03-22-2012 at 07:06 AM.
HOF-Dressed To the Nines site, it looks like the 1902-03 team wore striped shirts under their jerseys. I'll have to dig for a photo of that!
Here's the 1906 Pirates photo with names, if some one wants to check names with BSmile's great looking Pirate Photo.
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Last edited by Dto7; 03-22-2012 at 03:37 PM.