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    1926 Boston Red Sox Team
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    Well, it would be another last place finish for the ‘26 Red Sox. In fact, they would finish every season from 1919-1933 below .500, mostly due to them selling off every good player from the organization, starting with Babe Ruth after the ‘19 season.

    1928 Boston Red Sox; 46-107, .301, 8th Place, 44.5 games behind,---BB-Reference---Photo taken August 4, 1926 at Fenway Park, Boston, MA.

    Top Row, L-R: Neubaur, Red Ruffing (P), Tom Jenkins (OF), Roy Carlyle (OF), Howard Ehmke (P), Boob Fowler (3B), Tony Welzer (P), Fred Haney (3B), Jack Rothrock (SS), Jack Ryan (coach), Paul Zahniser (P).

    Middle Row, L-R: Emmet McCann (IF), Lefty Leifield (coach), John Bischoff (C), Sam Langford (OF), Al Stokes (C), Bill Moore (C), Dud Lee (SS), Alex Gaston (C), Hale, Joe Kiefer (P), Bill Dietrick (SS), Bob Coleman (coach), Phil Todt (1B).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Buster Ross (P), Ira Flagstead (OF), Fred Bratschi (OF), Ted Wingfield (P), Lee Fohl (Mgr.), Hal Wiltse (P), Mike Herrera (IF), Sy Rosenthal (OF), Chappie Geygan (3B), Hebert Cook (3B), Jack Russell (P), Rudy Sommers (P).
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    1933 Washington Senators Team
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    1933 Washington Senators; 99-53, .651, 7 g ahead,---BB-Reference

    Top Row, L-R: Luke Sewell (C), Moe Berg (C), Earl Whitehill (P), Ray Prim (P), Fred Schulte (OF), Heinie Manush (OF), Alex McColl (P), Ossie Bluege (3B), Joe Kuhel (1B), Alum Grodary, Bob Boken (IF).

    Middle Row, L-R: Jack Russell (P), Al 'Tommy' Thomas (P), Ed Chapman (P), Cecil Travis (3B), Bobby Burke (P), John Kerr (2B), Monte Weaver (P), Buddy Myer (2B).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Sam Rice (OF), Walter 'Lefty' Stewart (P), Leon 'Goose' Goslin (OF), Al Schacht (coach), Clark Griffith (owner/President), Joe Cronin (SS/Mgr.), Dave Harris (OF), Cliff Bolton (UT), Nick Altrock (coach),
    Sitting on Ground in front: unidentified, (batboy)
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    1935 Chicago Cubs Team
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    Here's a new variation and edit of the '35 Cubs with their rare alt-unis (only worn in '35-'36). Here's the version I sent to Uni Watch a long time ago: National League Pennant Winners 1935, you can see how the pose is slightly different. Cheers! ~B

    1935 Chicago Cubs; 100-54, .649, 4 g ahead, (WS: L 4-2 to Tigers)---BB-Reference

    Top Row, L-R: Ken O'Dea (C), Phil Cavarretta (1B), Chuck Klein (OF), Charlie Root (P), Freddie Lindstrom (UT), Fabian Kowalik (P), Roy Henshaw (P), Clyde Shoun (P).

    Middle Row, L-R: Dr. John C. Davis (team physician), Roy Johnson (coach), Tuck Stainback (OF), Billy Jurges (SS), Tex Carleton (P), Larry French (P), Bill Lee (P), Walter Stephenson (C), Hugh Casey (P), Andy Lotshaw (trainer).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Bob Lewis (Traveling Secretary), Billy Herman (2B), Augie Galan (OF), Red Corriden (coach), Gabby Hartnett (C), Charlie Grimm (1B/Mgr.), Woody English (IF), Stan Hack (3B), Leon Warneke (P), Frank Demaree (OF).
    Sitting in front on ground: Gilly Hasebrook (batboy).
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    1935 Chicago Cubs Team - Animated
    I couldn't resist making an animated gif using those two pics of the '35 Cubbies, enjoy!

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    1936 Cleveland Indians Team
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    1936 Cleveland Indians; 80-74, .519, 5th Place, 22.5 g behind,---BB-Reference---Player identifications provided by Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top Row, L-R: Mel Harder (P), Hal Trosky (1B), Wes Hudlin (P), George Uhle (P), Oral Hildebrand (P), George Blaeholder (P), Al Milnar (P), Joe Vosmik (LF).

    Middle Row, L-R: Wally Schang (Coach), Booze Berger (UT), Frankie Pytlak (C), Jeff Heath (LF), Bob Feller (P), Joe Becker (C), Odell Hale (2B/3B), Roy Hughes? (2B), Bill Zuber? (P), Thornton Lee (P), Johnny Allen (P), Bruce Campbell (RF).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Roy Weatherly (CF), Billy Sullivan (C/1B/3B), Milt Galatzer (RF), Steve O'Neill (Mgr.), Greek George? (C), Jim Gleeson (OF), Earl Averill (CF), Denny Galehouse (P), Trainer.
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    1915 Boston Red Sox Fatima Cigarettes Ad
    "Red Sox Ready To Do Battle For World's Championship"

    1915 Boston Red Sox, 101-50, .669, 2.5 games ahead; (WS: W 4-1 over Phillies)---BB-Reference

    Standing: L-R: Ray Collins (P), Joe Wood (P), Del Gainer (1B), Ernie Shore(P), Sylveanus 'Vean' Gregg (P), Babe Ruth (P), Carl Mays (P), Dick Hoblitzel (1B), Doc Green (trainer).

    Middle row: L-R: Hubert 'Dutch' Leonard (P), Olaf Henriksen (OF), Larry Gardner (3B), Bill Carrigan (Mgr.), Forrest 'Hick' Cady (C), Hal Janvrin (SS/3B), Chester 'Pinch' Thomas (C).

    Bottom row: L-R: George 'Duffy' Lewis (LF), Charles 'Heinie' Wagner (2B), Tris Speaker (CF), Harry Hooper (RF), George 'Rube' Foster (P), Everett Scott (SS).
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    1939 Hollywood Stars Team
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    1939 Hollywood Stars; (Major Leaguers highlighted in bold)---Player identifications provided by Gary Livicari (GaryL).

    Top Row, L-R: George Puccinelli (RF), Bob Muncrief (P), Wayne Osborne (P) , Paul Smith (P), , Bill Norman (CF), Cliff Daper (C), Tim Marble (IF).

    Middle Row, L-R: Johnny Miljus (P), Babe Herman (OF), Harl Maggert (UT), Spence Harris (OF), Wade "Red" Killifer (Mgr.), Ernie Orsatti (OF/1B), Jim Tyack (OF), Johnny Bittner (P), Lou Tost (P).

    Front Row: George Darrow (P), Charley Moncrief (P), Rugger Ardizoia (P), Bill Cissell (UT), Wayne Anderson (Batboy), Bernie "Frenchy" Uhalt (OF), [B]Bill Brenzel (C), Joe Hoover (SS), Bill Flemming (P).
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    #1669, you listed Del Baker as manager, front row, fourth from the left. The manager listed should be Steve O'Neill. Baker was with the Detroit Tigers as a coach to manager, Mickey Cochrane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melottfan View Post
    #1669, you listed Del Baker as manager, front row, fourth from the left. The manager listed should be Steve O'Neill. Baker was with the Detroit Tigers as a coach to manager, Mickey Cochrane.
    It's now corrected, thanks!

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    1944 Toledo Mud Hens Team
    1944 Mud Hens Team Stats
    There's several past/future major league players here, but nobody of particular note besides future '69 Seattle Pilots manager Joe Schultz of “Ball Four” fame (back row, 3rd from right). "Now pound that Budweiser into you and go get 'em tomorrow!"

    1944 Toledo Mud Hens; 95-58, .621, 2nd Place, 7 g behind,---BB-Reference

    Top Row, L-R: Bob Wren (2B/3B), William Sullivan (P), Walter Brown (P), Ox Miller (P), Bill Seinsoth (P), Ed Ignasiak (1B), John Whitehead (P), Joe Schultz (C), Babe Martin (C/OF), Bob Boken (1B/3B/OF).

    Middle Row, L-R: Al LaMacchia (P), Earl Jones (P), Sylvester Goedde (P), Marquardt (Mgr.), Bill Burgo (OF), Cliff Fannin (P), Fred Reinhart (OF), Harry Kimberlin (P).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Don Smith (OF), George Corona (P/OF), Andy Perna (trainer), Rusty Gilliland (mascot), Dick Kimble (SS), Len Schulte (2B/3B/SS).
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    1888 Louisville Colonels Team
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    For the purpose of ID's, you can check out this much smaller version of the photo with names: 1888 Colonels (small)
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    These photos continue to be of great interest; thanks for them.

    One question: why is it that in such a high percentage of the time, major league teams had their pictures taken wearing their road uniforms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Barrie View Post
    These photos continue to be of great interest; thanks for them.
    One question: why is it that in such a high percentage of the time, major league teams had their pictures taken wearing their road uniforms?
    You're welcome!
    As for the road uniforms for the team pictures, it probably has to do with where the team was when the photo was taken.
    It seems like a lot of old baseball photos were taken in New York ballparks. You can see evidence of that quite a bit in the 1950's-70's Topps baseball cards, most of the pictures were taken in Yankee Stadium and the Polo Grounds/Shea.

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    1952 Chicago White Sox Team
    1952 White Sox Team Stats
    Now even though this picture is dated as 1952, this might actually be the '1951 squad. Why? It's because if you look closely you'll notice that the team is wearing the American League Golden Anniversary Patch on their sleeves which was only worn in 1951. Plus, the photo was clearly taken at Comiskey Park in Chicago...so what do you guys think, '51 or '52?

    1952 Chicago White Sox; 81-73, .526, 3rd Place, 14 g behind,---BB-Reference

    Top Row, L-R: Myron Esler (trainer), Ephriam Colledge (Equipment Manager), Luis Aloma (P), Saul Rogovin (P), unidentified, Leo Thomas (3B), Marv Grissom (P), Eddie Robinson (1B), Howie Judson (P), Lou Kretlow (P), Sam Mele (RF), Joe Dobson (P), Chuck Stobbs (P), Art Colledge (visiting Equipment Manager).

    Middle Row, L-R: Ed 'Bud' Stewart (OF), Phil Masi (C), Sam Dente (IF), Ray Berres (coach), Luman Harris (coach), Paul Richards (Mgr.), Jim Adair (coach), Roger Cramer (coach), Nellie Fox (2B), Billy Pierce (P), Harry 'Fritz' Dorish (P), Bill Kennedy (P).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Tom Depasquale (Batboy), Ray Coleman (OF), Bud Sheely (C), Chico Carrasquel (SS), Hector Rodriquez (3B), Tom Wright (OF), Minnie Minoso (OF), Hal Brown (P), Chuck Marino (Batboy).
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    1925 Fort Worth Panthers Team
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    Quite a bit of talent on this squad, including former major leaguer Ed Konetchy (kneeling, 2nd from left).

    1925 Fort Worth Panthers; BB-Reference

    Top Row, L-R: Cecil Davis (CF), Sears (LF), Stump Edington (RF), Happy Foreman (P), Jim Walkup (P), Ralph Head (P), Augie Johns (P), Lou North (P), Paul Watchel (P), Jake Atz (Mgr.).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Jack Calvo (P), Ed Konetchy (1B), Eddie Palmer (2B), Wayne Windle? (SS), Billy Mullin (3B), Art Phelan, Doc Smith (C), Henry Moore (C).
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    Opening Game Cincinnati National League Park Panoramic
    First Ever Game At Redland Field - April 11, 1912
    Chicago vs. Cincinnati - Attendance 27, 366
    After a bit of a dry spell...here's an all-new, never-been-posted panoramic! It celebrates the 1st game at Redland Field, which was built over the bones of the Palace of the Fans and League Park. After the team was purchased by Powel Crosley, Jr. in 1934, the ballpark would be renamed Crosley Field. Enjoy! ~B

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    1952 St. Louis Cardinals Team
    1952 Cardinals Team Stats

    1952 St. Louis Cardinals; 88-66, .571, 3rd Place, 8.5 g behind,---BB-Reference

    Top Row, L-R: Virgil Stallcup (SS), Gerry Staley (P), Cliff Chambers (P), Eddie Yuhas (P), Williard Schmidt (P), Wilmer 'Vinegar Bend' Mizell (P), Les Fusselman (C), Del Rice (C), Doc Harrison J. Weaver (trainer).

    Middle Row, L-R: Larry Miggins (OF), Hal Rice (OF), Stan Musial (OF/1B), Bill Werle (P), Joe Presko (P), Bill Johnson (3B), Dick Sisler (1B), Red Schoendienst (2B), Jack Crimian (P).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Solly Hemus (SS), Harry Lowrey (OF), Tom Glaviano (3B), Cloyd Boyer (P), Buzzy Wares (coach), Terry Moore (coach), Eddie Stanky (Mgr.), Mike Ryba (coach), John Riddle (coach), Harry Brecheen (P), Enos Slaughter (RF), Al Brazle (P).
    Seated in front: Bob Ownes (batboy).
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    1947 Philadelphia Phillies Team
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    1947 Philadelphia Phillies; 62-92, .403, 7th Place, 32 g behind,---BB-Reference

    Top Row, L-R: Homer Spragins (P), Freddy Schmidt (P), Charley Schanz (P), Tommy Hughes (P), Oscar Judd (P), Lee Handley (3B), Andy Seminick (C), Don Padgett (C), Al Lakeman (UT), Blix Donnelly (P), Willie Jones (3B).

    Middle Row, L-R: Nathan 'Bebe' Alexander (Traveling Secretary), Ralph Lapointe (SS), Del Ennis (LF), Al Jurisich (P), Schoolboy Rowe (P), Howie Schultz (1B), Dutch Leonard (P), Lefty Hoerst (P), Johnny Wyrostek (OF), Ken Heintzelman (P), Allen 'Dusty' Cooke (trainer).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Skeeter Newsome (SS), Buster Adams (OF), Emil Verban (2B), Jim Tabor (3B), Benny Bengough (coach), Ben Chapman (Mgr.), Ralph 'Cy' Perkins (coach), Benny Culp (coach), Harry Walker (CF), Charlie Gilbert (OF), Jim McDonnell? (C).
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    1899 Brooklyn Superbas Team Composite
    1899 Superbas Team Stats
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    The Brooklyn composite is actually the 1899 team, the champions for 1900. The picture includes Doc McJames, Jim Hughes, and John Anderson, who all played for the team in 1899 but not in 1900, and excludes Jimmy Sheckard and Lave Cross, who did not play for the Superbas in 1899 but were with them in 1900.

    It's a great picture, and there is also a composite still in existence of the 1900 team (who also won the league championship), but I have yet to see a group photograph of the team from either season. Somewhere out there these photos must exist...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUKen View Post
    The Brooklyn composite is actually the 1899 team, the champions for 1900. The picture includes Doc McJames, Jim Hughes, and John Anderson, who all played for the team in 1899 but not in 1900, and excludes Jimmy Sheckard and Lave Cross, who did not play for the Superbas in 1899 but were with them in 1900.

    It's a great picture, and there is also a composite still in existence of the 1900 team (who also won the league championship), but I have yet to see a group photograph of the team from either season. Somewhere out there these photos must exist...
    Good to know, I'll change the heading.
    Thanks RUKen!
    ~B

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    1953 Louisville Colonels Team
    1953 Colonels Team Stats
    Plenty of future MLB talent on this squad, none more notable than "The Golden Greek", Harry Agganis (back row, 5th from left). 1953 marked Harry's only season in the minors after being Boston University's first ever Football All-American (and 1st round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns). He then moved up to the Boston Red Sox in 1954-55 before his life was tragically cut short by a pulmonary embolism on June 27, 1955. He was only 26 years old.
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