1926 St. Louis Cardinals Team Composite
1926 Cardinals Team Stats
1956 San Diego Padres Team
1956 Padres Team Stats
Featuring a 22 year old Rocco "Rocky" Colavito in his last minor league stint before being called up to Cleveland that season. While there, he managed to hit 21 HR's and finished 2nd to Luis Aparicio in AL Rookie Of The Year voting.
1956 San Diego Padres; 72-96, .429, 7th Place (out of 8), 35 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Bob Usher (OF/1B), Dave Hoskins (P), Bob Hall (P), Dick Sisler (1B), Rocky Colavito (OF), Earl Rapp (OF), Pete Mesa (P), Ebba St. Claire (C), John Carmichael (P).
Middle Row, L-R: Eddie Erautt (P), Eddie Kazak (3B), John Merson (3B/SS), Clarence Moore (SS), Bob Kerrigan (P), Tommy Herrera (P), Floyd Robinson (OF), Harry Elliott (OF), Jim Peete (P), Vic Lombardi (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Arnie Atkins (P), Al Federoff (2B), Joe Astroth (C), Johnnie Gough (Business Manager), Bob Elliott (Mgr.), Ralph Kiner (General Manager), Jimmie Reese (coach), Les Cook (trainer), Andy Cribbs, Jimmie Horne.
Last edited by BSmile; 11-13-2012 at 05:25 AM.
1914 Detroit Tigers Team Panoramic
1914 Tigers Team Stats
~ Here's another one that been on-deck for a while, enjoy! Ty Cobb sure did, he managed to run to the end of the photo so he'd be in the panoramic twice.
L-R: Harry Heilmann (UT), Ty Cobb (CF), Hugh High (OF), Donie Bush (SS), Ralph Comstock (P), Lefty Williams (P), Ossie Vitt (IF), Oscar Stanage (C), George Dauss (P), Frank Gibson (C), Red McKee (C), Johnnie Williams (P), Pug Cavet (P), Ross Reynolds (P), Alex Main (P), George Burns (1B), Harry Coveleskie (P), Sam Crawford (RF), Fitziyons, Bobby Veach (LF), Del Gainer (C), Marty Kavanagh (2B), Deacon McGuire (P), Marc Hall (P), Jean Dubuc (P), Del Baker (C), Billy Purtell (3B) Harry Tuthill (trainer), Hughie Jennings (Mgr.), Ty Cobb (CF).
Last edited by BSmile; 12-27-2014 at 05:40 AM.
1898 Ottawa Wanderers Team
1898 Wanderers Team Stats
For all the details about this team and those amazing uniforms, you must check out the incredibly detailed article written by Tom Shieber, Bagpipes and Baseball, or Clash of the Tartans. Tom is the senior curator at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and his blog Baseball Researcher was the original, unedited source for this fantastic photo. Cheers! ~B
1959 Chicago Cubs Team
1959 Cubs Team Stats
Not a particularly great team...but it was noteworthy for Mr. Cub, Ernie Banks, who won his second consecutive NL MVP award.
1959 Chicago Cubs; 74-80, .481, 5th Place, 13 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Glen Hobbie (P), Moe Drabowsky (P), Cal Neeman (C), John Buzhardt (P), Bill Henry (P), Elmer Singleton (P), Lee Walls (RF), George Altman (CF).
2nd Row, L-R: Yosh Schult (Equipmant Mgr.), Al Scheuneman (trainer), Dale Long (1B), Bobby Thomson (OF), Art Schult (UT), Bob Anderson (P), Ernie Banks (SS), Jim Marshall (1B), Irv Noren (OF), Don Biebel (Traveling Secretary).
3rd Row, L-R: Sammy Taylor (C), Tony Taylor (2B), Walt Moryn (LF), Fred Fitzsimmons (coach), Bob Scheffing (Mgr.), Rogers Hornsby (coach), George Myatt (coach), El Tappe (coach).
Bottom Row, L-R: Art Ceccarelli (P), Don Elston (P), Dave Hillman (P), Frank Dominick (bat boy), Al Dark (3B), Earl Averill (C), Randy Jackson(3B).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 11-20-2012 at 10:44 AM.
1931 U.S. Tour Of Japan Team Group Panoramic
Tokyo, Japan - November 1931
Here's one that I've been trying to dig up for a while now from the famous '31 Tour Of Japan. Several of the American players are quite familiar, most notably Lou Gehrig, who unfortunately isn't wearing his baseball uni.
Top Row, L-R: unidentified, Lou Gehrig, unidentified, unidentified, Umpire Beans Reardon, Fred Lieb (sports writer), unidentified, Bruce Cunningham, unidentified, unidentified, George 'HighPockets' Kelly, unidentified, Ralph Shinners, Mickey Cochrane, Al Simmons, unidentified, Willie Kamm, Tom Oliver, unidentified, Rabbit Maranville, Frankie Frisch?, unidentified, Lefty O'Doul.
Bottom Row, L-R: unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Bob Hunter, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified.
Last edited by BSmile; 12-26-2014 at 02:14 PM.
1959 Washington Senators Team
1959 Senators Team Stats
1959 Washington Senators; 63-91, .409, 8th Place, 31 g behind,---BB-Reference---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).
Top Row, L-R: Harmon Killebrew (3B), Bill Fischer (P), Zoilo Versalles (SS), Ken Aspromonte (2B), Reno Bertoia (2B), Russ Kemmerer (P), Jim Lemon (LF), Jose Valdivielso (SS), Camilo Pascual (P), Tex Clevenger (P).
Middle Row, L-R: George "Doc" Lentz (Trainer), John Romonosky (P), Bob Allison (CF), Lenny Green (RF), Hal Naragon (C), Roy Sievers (1B), Jay Porter (C), Chuck Stobbs (P), Ron Samford (SS), Herb Plews (2B), Dickie Hyde (P), H. Fox (Traveling Secretary).
Bottom Row, L-R: Hal Woodeshick (P), Clint Courtney (C), Pedro Ramos (P), Ellis Cleary (Coach), Cookie Lavagetto (Mgr.), Walter "Boom-Boom" Beck (Coach), Billy Jurges (Coach), Faye Thronberry (RF), Hal Griggs (P).
Batboys sitting in front: Tom MacDougal, Scott MacDougal.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 11-29-2012 at 09:14 AM.
1930's St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training
I was looking through my archives and I came by this great picture..the original posting of which was in need of a re-edit, so here it is. I'm not 100% sure about the year, but based on the uniforms (jerseys + socks) and the inclusion of Dizzy Dean and Gabby Street, it's very likely to be from 1933. Cheers! ~B
I have narrowed it down to either the 1930 or the 1932 team. Dizzy was on both teams. If you notice the guy in the top left, with his arms crossed and his cap on the side of his head? Only one guy ever wore his cap in such a silly fashion, and that was Sunny Jim Bottomley. Sure enough, Jim was on the team 1930-32. But Dean was not on the 1931 team. Right below Bottomley sits Frankie Frisch. Standing between Bottomley and the gentleman in the 10-gallon hat is manager, Gabby Street. Below Frisch looks a lot like Pepper Martin.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 11-29-2012 at 09:00 AM.
So we have Gabby Street, Jim Bottomly, Frankie Frisch, Mike Gonzales, Gus Mancuso, Dizzy Dean, and Pepper Martin who were all with the team in '32, so that's the most likely year for this picture. One possible problem to this theory is that the guy 5th from right standing on the bridge looks an awful lot like Taylor Douthit, who was gone by '32. But then again, it may not be him.
Update: Just read in "Diz" that Dean was at Spring training with the Cardnals in '31 and started the season with the team, but stayed on the bench, never pitched in game, and was sent down in May. Maybe that would explain why his name isn't showing up on the roster for '31. So this could very well be Spring '31. That would also explain why Dean is in the pictue, whyTaylor Douthit is in the picture, who was on the team in '31 but was gone by '32, and why Mike Gonzales is in the picture, who was with the team in '31 and '32.
I was also able to pick out another name: "Wild Bill" Hallahan, 8th from left, leaning on the rail.
Last edited by GaryL; 12-02-2012 at 06:14 PM.
For some reason, this particular photo is much darker than the original one BSmile posted. The first one was easier to see their faces.
Last edited by BSmile; 11-29-2012 at 08:38 PM.
Understood. I agree.
1944 Binghamton Triplets Team
1944 Triplets Team Stats
As World War II raged on, the talent level in the major leagues suffered, so it goes that it was even worse in the minors. Karl Drews looks like the player that went on to do the most (8 largely unamazing seasons in the majors), but at least the Triplets had guys like Bill Sucky, whose unfortunate name sadly seemed to sum things up just about right.
Top Row, L-R: Gene Martin (Mgr.), Dick Baker (SS), Frank Silvanic (OF), Charles Mistos (P), John Greenwald (1B), Karl Drews (P), Bill Sucky (P), Leo Righetti (3B), Bob Crow (OF), Hugh Taylor (C), William O'Donnell (trainer).
Bottom Row, L-R: Lynn Johnson (2B), Billy Cronin (C/Captain), Giles Knowles (P), John Moore (P), Peter Kunis (P), Thomas Grace (P), Joseph Passero (OF), Arnold Cohen (OF).
Sitting on ground, in front. Steve Tokas (bat boy).
Last edited by BSmile; 12-05-2012 at 04:55 AM.
1953 Binghamton Triplets Team
1953 Triplets Team Stats
Sorry, I only have a partial backing tag for the ID's...but it's better than nothing for a 1953 minor league ballclub. Cheers! ~B
1953 Binghamton Triplets; 96-55, .636, 2nd Place (out of 8 teams), 6.5 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: unidentified (trainer?), unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified.
Bottom Row, L-R: John Wingo (P), Richard Tettelbach (OF), Hal Charnofsky (SS), Charles Frey (OF), Steve Krall (P), Edward Cereghino (P), Robert Bonebrake (P), Stanley Charnofsky (2B), Sam Suplizio (OF), unidentified, unidentified, unidentified.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-05-2012 at 08:33 AM.
1954 Philadelphia Athletics Team
1954 Athletics Team Stats
The last team shot of the Philadelphia A's before their move to Kansas City in 1955.
1954 Philadelphia Athletics; 51-103, .331, 8th Place, 60 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Dick Rozek (P), Marion Fricano (P), Carol Scheib (P), Alex Kellner (P), Ozzie Van Brabant (P), Bob Trice (P), Lee Wheat (P), Moe Burtschy (P), Arnie Portocarrero (P), Morrie Martin (P), Bill Upton (P), Bobby Shantz (P).
Middle Row, L-R: Gus Zernial (LF), Don Bollweg (1B), Joe Astroth (C), Joe DeMaestri (SS), Billy Shantz (C), Elmer Valo (OF), Pete Suder (IF), Jim Finigan ((3B), Les McCrabb (coach), 'Doc' Jim Tadley (trainer).
Bottom Row, L-R: Bill Renna (RF), Lou Limmer (1B), Art Ditmar (P), Rollie Hemsley (coach), Eddie Joost (Mgr.), Wally Moses (coach), Augie Galan (coach), Jim Robertson (C), Ed McGhee (OF), Vic Power (UT), Spook Jacobs (2B).
Seated in front on the ground: Schmidt (batboy), Miller (batboy).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-11-2012 at 12:11 PM.
1952 Rochester Red Wings Team
1952 Red Wings Team Stats
1952 Rochester Red Wings; 80-74, .519, 3rd Place (out of 8 teams), 16.5 g behind---BB-Reference---Player Identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).
Top Row, L-R: Johnny Bocha (C), Larry Ciaffone (LF), Pete Riggan, Wilson? (Trainer), Rip Repulski (OF), Jack Crimian (P), Steve Bilko (P).
Middle Row, L-R: Bob Habenicht (P), Ed Mickelson (1B), Lou Ortiz, Fred Hahn (P), Fred Martin (P), George Condrick, Fred McAlister, Jack Faszholz (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Don Richmond (3B), Jack Callum (P), Cot Deal (P), Harry Walker (Mgr.), Ray Jablonski (3B/LF), Will Schmidt (P), Lou Kahn.
Fred Martin is best remembered as being a member of the infamous Cubs College of Coaches in the '60's.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-16-2012 at 08:18 AM.
1949 San Diego Padres Team
1949 Padres Team Stats
Here's the very talented '49 Padres squad led by Hall Of Fame Mgr. Bucky Harris. Bucky was only in San Diego for the '49 season as he was in-between major league jobs ('48 Yankees/'50 Senators). Players on this team included Luke Easter, Minnie Miņoso, Vic Power, Al Rosen & Artie Wilson.
1949 San Diego Padres; 96-92, .511, 4th Place (out of 8 teams), 13.5 g behind,---BB-Reference---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).
Top Row, L-R: (trainer), Al Rosen (3B), unidentified, Bob Savage? (P), unidentified, Dee Moore (C/3B), Al Jurisich (P), unidentified, Max West (OF/3B), Red Adams (P), Minnie Mineso (LF/3B), unidentified.
Middle Row, L-R: (Traveling Secretary), Steve Mesmer (3B), Frank Zak? (SS), Whitey Wietelmann (UT), unidentified, Lyman Linde (P), Xavier Rescigno (P), Buster Adams (CF), (batbaoy), (batboy).
Bottom Row, L-R: (batboy), Lee Handley? (UT), Dain Clay (CF), Jesse Flores (P), Bucky Harris (Mgr.), Red Corriden (Coach), Dick Barrett (P), Will Hafey (P).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-16-2012 at 08:17 AM.
1941 Boston Red Sox Team
1941 Red Sox Team Stats
Everybody remembers the '41 Red Sox for Ted Williams' epic run at .400, but let's not forget that this team also had Jimmie Foxx, Joe Cronin, Bobby Doerr & Dom DiMaggio. If only the impending war wouldn't tear this lineup apart, which might be on the mind of super-spy Moe Berg as this picture was snapped. This would also be Lefty Grove's last season in the majors, one in which he held on long enough to finally capture his 300th (and final) win.
1941 Boston Red Sox; 84-70, .545, 2nd Place, 17 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Ted Williams (LF), Jimmie Fox (1B), Moe Berg (coach), Mickey Harris (P), Lamar 'Skeeter) Newsome (MI), Stan Spence (OF), Nelson Potter (P), Dom DiMaggio (CF).
Middle Row, L-R: John Peacock (C), Charley Wagner (P), Lou Finney (RF), Jim Tabor (3B), Dick Newsome (P), Joe Dobson (P), Lefty Grove (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Pete Fox (OF), Bobby Doerr (2B), Tommy Carey (IF), Joe Cronin (SS/Mgr.), Tom Daly (coach), Mike Ryba, Frank Shellenback (coach), Frank Pytlak (C).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-16-2012 at 08:55 AM.
1929 New York Giants Team
1929 Giants Team Stats
1929 New York Giants; 84-67, .556, 3rd Place, 13.5 g behind,---BB-Reference---Photo taken March 29, 1929, in spring training, with lots of hopefuls.
Top Row, L-R: Fabain, Freddy Leach (OF), Curly Ogden (P), Tiny Chaplin (P), Stepp, Allen, Ledbetter, Witry (P).
Second Row, L-R: Mel Ott (LF), Freddie Lindstrom (3B), Bill Terry (1B), Bill Walker (P), Joe Genewich (P), Jimmy Welsh (OF), Carl Mays (P), Bob O'Farrell (C), Andy Cohen (2B), Doc Marshall (2B), Pyle, Tony Kaufmann (OF), Carl Hubbell (P),
Third Row, L-R: Freddie Fitzimmons (P), Eddie Roush (CF), Andy Reese (2B), Larry Benton (P), Bert Niehoff (coach), John J. McGraw (Mgr.), Ray Schalk (C), Travis Jackson (SS), Jack Scott (P), Jack Cummings (C), Dutch Henry (P), Shanty Hogan (C).
Bottom Row, L-R: Shaeffer, Stowers, Beltman, Hank Boney (P), Kavanaugh, Johnston, Chick Fullis (OF), Pat Crawford (CI), Buck Jordan (1B), Kelly, Thoma.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-16-2012 at 10:39 AM.
1930 New York Yankees Team
1930 Yankees Team Stats
It's funny, the only two players in this picture who aren't wearing their Yankees jerseys are Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig. Then again, they were kind of a big deal.
1930 New York Yankees; 86-68, .558, 3rd Place, 16 g behind,---BB-Reference---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).
Top Row, L-R: Johnny Nee (scout), Benny Bengough (C), Tony Lazzeri (2B), Babe Ruth (RF), unidentified, Colonel Jacob Ruppert (Owner), Bob Shawkey (Mgr.), Ivy Andrews (P), Eddie Wells (P), Ben Chapman (3B), Dusty Cooke (OF).
2nd Row, L-R: Fred Asbeck (P), Lou McEvoy? (P), Herb Pennock (P), Earle Combs (LF), Sammy Byrd (OF), Charley O'Leary (Coach), Art Fletcher (Coach), Tom Zachery (P), Foster Edwards (P), Waite Hoyt (P), Mark Roth (Traveling Secretary), Lefty Gomez (P), Lou Gehrig (1B), Doc Erle Painter (Trainer).
3rd Row, L-R: George Pipgras (P), Cedric Durst (OF), Art Jorgens (C), Bubbles Hargrave (C), unidentified, Bill Karlon (OF), Sam Gibson? (P), unidentified, Paul Krichell (scout).
Bottom Row, L-R: unidentified, Dusty Rhodes (P), Hank Thomas (P), Bill Dickey (C), Jimmy Reese (2B), Eddie Bennett (Mascot), Floyd Van Pelt (P), Fred Heimach (P), Mark Koenig (SS), Lou Polli (P), Lyn Lary (SS).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-16-2012 at 11:18 AM.