I believe this is the 1906 team. The keys are Happy Townsend (last row, far left, #3 written on his shirt) and Claude Rossman (third row, over Lajoie's left shoulder, wearing his ever-present frown, #7 written on his shirt) who were not on the 1905 Naps.
I wonder what's in the leather bag?
1958 Boston Red Sox Team
1958 Red Sox Team Stats
1958 Boston Red Sox; 79-75, .513, 3rd Place, 13 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Dick Gernert (1B), Willard Nixon (P), Bill Renna (LF), Bud Byerly (P), Sammy White (1B), Haywood Sullivan (C), Frank Sullivan (P), Gene Stephens (OF), Dave Sisler (P), Leo Kiely (P), Murray Wall (P), Ted Williams (LF).
Middle Row, L-R: John P. 'Jack' Fadden (trainer), Thomas B. Dowd (Traveling Secretary), Tom Brewer (P), Lou Berberet (C), Pete Runnels (2B), Pete Daley (C), Jackie Jensen (RF), Billy Klaus (SS), Marty Keough (CF), Don Buddin (SS), Jim Piersall (CF), Ted Bowsfield (P), Bill Monbouquette (P), Ted Lepcio (2B), Johnny Orlando (Equipment Mgr.), Win Green (Assistant trainer).
Bottom Row, L-R: Mike Fornieles (P), Ike Delock (P), Paul Schreiber (coach), Dave Ferriss (coach), Pinky Higgins (Mgr.), Del Baker (coach), Jack Burns (coach), Billy Consolo (MI), Frank Malzone (3B).
Seated on ground in front: Bob Sullivan (batboy), Jack MacLeod (batboy).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-03-2013 at 10:41 AM.
H. Sullivan is the catcher, Haywood Sullivan who, years later, and inexplicably, became a part-owner of the Red Sox.
Wiki: Haywood Sullivan
Starting with this: "...In November 1965, he was recruited by the Red Sox, who had reorganized their front office under new general manager Dick O'Connell. As vice president, player personnel, Sullivan was positioned as the top "baseball man" in the organization, and from 1965-67 was instrumental in acquiring several players from the Athletics (such as Josť Santiago, John Wyatt, Josť Tartabull and Ken Harrelson) who would help lead Boston to its surprise 1967 AL pennant. But O'Connell gradually assumed more power and took over most of Sullivan's responsibilities; during the early 1970s, Sullivan kept his title but in reality became the Red Sox' director of amateur scouting. Despite his decline in overall authority, Sullivan maintained very close personal ties with owner Tom Yawkey and his wife, Jean. In 1977, a year after Tom Yawkey died of leukemia, the Red Sox were put up for sale. Sullivan — reportedly borrowing $100,000 and using his home as collateral — joined an ownership group organized by former Red Sox athletic trainer Edward "Buddy" LeRoux. Because of Sullivan's close friendship with Jean Yawkey, the LeRoux offer was accepted, even though it was not the highest bid and the group did not have the financial resources of some of its rivals. The American League initially rejected the deal, but reconsidered when Mrs. Yawkey joined the group as a third general partner in 1978..."
1961 Los Angeles Angels Team
1961 Angels Team Stats
1961 Los Angeles Angels; 70-90, .438, 7th Place (out of 10 teams), 38 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Ken Hunt (CF), Ken McBride (P), Tom Morgan (P), Leon Wagner (LF), Tom Satriano (3B), Eli Grba (P), Jim Donohue (P).
Second Row, L-R: Ted Kluszewski (1B), Ted Bowsfield (P), Lee Thomas (UT), Ryne Duren (P), Earl Averill (C), Ed Sadowski (C), Ron Moeller (P), Jack Spring (P).
Third Row, L-R: Kurt Torstoff (Assistant Equipment Mgr.), Freddie Frederico (trainer), Steve Bilko (1B), Red Kress (coach), Bob Elliot (coach), Bill Rigney (Mgr.), Marv Grissom (coach), Jack Paepke (coach), Del Rice (C).
Bottom Row, L-R: George Thomas (UT), Albie Pearson (RF), Scotty Keene (batboy), Jim Marenko (batboy), Johnny James (P), Eddie Yost (3B), Rocky Bridges (MI), Joe Koppe (SS).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-04-2013 at 06:48 PM.
Years ago I had dinner with Ferguson, McBride (and Sibby Sisti) at the home of a neighbor who, as a Tim McAuliffe employee, modeled the first Angels uniform for the team management. Time really flies!
Thank you, Joe Barrie.
1954 Montreal Royals Team
1954 Royals Team Stats
Yup, that's 19 yr. old Roberto Clemente (seated, front row-left side) during his time as a member of the Brooklyn Dodgers organization, who had signed him for a salary of $5K (and a $10K bonus). That required the Dodgers to keep Roberto on the big league roster or risk losing him to the off-season draft, which they did, to the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1955.
1962 Boston Red Sox Team
1962 Red Sox Team Stats
1962 Boston Red Sox; 76-84, .475, 8th Place (out of 10 teams), 19 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Mike Fornieles (P), Gary Geiger (CF), Earl Wilson (P), Don Gile (1B), Jim Pagliaroni (C), Gene Conley (P), Dick Radatz (RP), Bob Tillman (C), Lu Clinton (RF).
Middle Row, L-R: Win Green (Assistant Trainer), Russ Nixon (C), Jack Fadden (trainer), Ike Delock (P), Frank Malzone (3B), Carroll Hardy (OF), Hal Kolstad (P), Galen Cisco (P), Chuck Schilling (2B), Dave Philley (RF), Chet Nichols (P), Billy Gardner (2B), Bill Monbouquette (P), Ed Bressoud (SS), Don Fitzpatrick (Equipment Mgr.).
Bottom Row, L-R: Pete Runnels (1B), Arnold Earley (P), Jerry Green (MI), Sal Maglie (coach), Mike Higgins (Mgr.), Rudy York (coach), Len Okrie (coach), Billy Herman (coach), Carl Yastrzemski (LF), Tom Dowd (Road Traveling Secretary).
Seated on ground in front: Dave Lynch (batboy), Tom Doherty (batboy).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-05-2013 at 09:22 AM.
Nice collection. BSmile, where do you source your photographs from?
Last edited by GordonGecko; 02-05-2013 at 07:47 AM.
1964 Boston Red Sox Team
1964 Red Sox Team Stats
1964 Boston Red Sox; 72-90, .444, 8th Place, 27 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Tony Conigliaro (LF), Earl Wilson (P), Chuck Schilling (2B), Russ Nixon (C), Bill Spanswick (P), Roman Mejias (OF), Jack Lamabe (P), Bob Tillman (C), Bob Heffner (P), Dick Stuart (1B), Dick Radatz (RP).
Middle Row, L-R: Dick Williams (UT), Felix Mantilla (UT), Ed Bressoud (SS), Ed Connolly (P), Dave Morehead (P), Dalton Jones (2B), Dave Gray (P), Pete Charton (P), Bill Monbouquette (P), Win Green (Assistant Trainer), Don Fitzpatrick (Equipment Mgr.)
Bottom Row, L-R: Jack Fadden (trainer), Arnold Earley (P), Frank Malzone (3B), Bob Turley (coach), Billy Herman (coach), Johnny Pesky (Mgr.), Harry Malmberg (coach), Al Lakeman (coach), Carl Yastrzemski (CF), Lou Clinton (RF), Tom Dowd (Road Traveling Secretary).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-07-2013 at 01:16 PM.
The photographs of the 1962 and 1964 Red Sox show equipment manager Don Fitzpatrick, who molested a number of black boys over a 20-year period. Many feel that the team and the management knew about his behavior and never acted on it.
Money eventually changed hands, but some lives were ruined. Those covering for him were never charged. He died years ago.
Sounds like Jerry Sandusky and his enablers, doesn't it?
Last edited by Joe Barrie; 02-10-2013 at 04:41 PM.
1951 San Diego Padres Team
1951 Padres Team Stats
1951 San Diego Padres; 79-88, .473, 6th Place (out of 8 teams), 20 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Les Cook (trainer), Henry Miller (P), Jack Graham (1B/OF), Charlie 'Bubba' Harris (P), Sam Jones (P), Neill Sheridan (OF), Harry Malmberg (SS), Joe Rowell (1B/OF), Harvey Storey (3B), Bill Starr (owner).
Middle Row, L-R: Red Embree (P), Clarence Maddern (OF), Al Olsen (P), Jimmie Reese (coach), Del Baker (Mgr.), Jack Tobin(3B/OF), Hal Naragon (C), Bob Wilson (2B/SS), Guy Fletcher (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Paul Gaughen (batboy), Bob Malloy (P), Charles Sipple (P), Tony York (2B/3B), Whitey Wietelmann (3B/SS/OF/P), Bob Kerrigan (P), Jim Tabor (1B), Thurman Tucker (OF), Lloyd Porter (batboy).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-15-2013 at 06:51 AM.