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    Cubs vs. Giants - Wrigley Field, Chicago - July 9, 1944
    Babefan posted this one yesterday while I was (ironically) working on it (yes, I'm on every mailing list!) Here's my version.

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    1924 New York Yankees

    Babefan found this beauty.

    1924 New York Yankees; 89-63, .586, 2nd Place, 2 g behind---BB Ref--Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top, L-R: Benny Bengough (C), Joe Bush (P), unidentified, Ben Shields (P), Waite Hoyt? (P), Wally Pipp (1B), Babe Ruth (RF), Bob Meusel (LF), unidentified, Walter Beall (P), Oscar Roettger? (P).

    Middle L-R: unidentified, Wally Schang (C), Joe Dugan (3B), Aaron Ward (2B), Miller Huggins (Mgr.), Bob Shawkey (P), Whitey Witt (CF), Cliff Markle? (P), "Sad Sam" Jones (P).

    Bottom, L-R: Ernie Johnson (IF), Lou Gehrig (1B), unidentified, Earle Combs (CF), Charlie O'Leary (Coach), Mike Gazella (IF), Milt Gaston (P), George Pipgras? (P).
    Eddie Bennet (Mascot).
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    1953 PF Flyers Baseball Ad Poster

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    Boston American League Champions 1915
    This must have been printed right before the Red Sox beat the Philadelphia Phillies in the 1915 World Series..

    Quote Originally Posted by Babefan View Post
    Great pic of the 1915 Red Sox. I wonder what kind of editing they had back then to be able to make such a picture?
    Quote Originally Posted by RuthMayBond View Post
    DaguerrotypeShop, by the Clay corporation
    Quote Originally Posted by OleMissCub View Post
    Wonder why Ruth wasn't on that 1915 Sox picture?
    Quote Originally Posted by BSmile View Post
    Good question...I've wondered that myself.
    My only guess would be that perhaps the collage had been made at the beginning of the season before Ruth was well known. Then they just lazily added the subtext and never bothered to re-edit the images in order to add The Babe (and take somebody out).
    Quote Originally Posted by OleMissCub View Post
    That makes the most sense. Seems unlikely you'd leave out an 18 game winner on a collage.
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    1939 Brooklyn Dodgers Spring Training
    I have no idea what kind of excercise Leo is about to begin...but it's a classic candid.

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    1918 Cubs

    Here's a neat picture of a really neglected team...the 1918 pennant-winning Cubs. It's on the cover of a great new book: The Original Curse, Did the Cubs Throw the 1918 World Series and Incite the Black Sox Scandal? This is a picture I've never seen before and I doubt that it has ever been identified...so here's my best effort:

    1918 Chicago Cubs, 84-45, .651, 10.5 g ahead, (WS: L 4-2 to Red Sox)---BB Ref---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top, L-R: "Shufflin' Phil" Douglas (P), Jim "Hippo" Vaughn (P), Rollie Zeider (2B), Bob O'Farrell? (C), Lefty Tyler (P), Fred Merkle (1B), Dode Paskert (CF), Paul Carter (P), Claude Hendrix (P), Harry Weaver (P).

    Bottom: L-R: Vic Aldridge (P), Fred Lear (UT), Bill McCabe (IF), Max Flack (RF), Chuck Wortman (IF), Pete Kilduff (2B), Fred Mitchell (Mgr.), Les Mann (LF), Turner Barber (OF), Charlie Deal (3B), Charlie Hollocher (SS), Tommy Clarke (C).
    Mascot in front.


    (Can't find Max Flack...he should be in there somewhere. Pete Alexander was on the team but he had already left for WWI).
    The players I'm less than sure about are markded with "?". Feel free to update or correct as needed!
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    1910's Chicago Cubs Team
    Perhaps 1918? Looks like the same era at least...

    1918 Chicago Cubs, 84-45, .651, 10.5 g ahead, (WS: L 4-2 to Red Sox)---BB Ref---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top Row, L-R: Claude Hendrix (P), Bill Killefer (C), Paul Carter (P), Pete Kilduff (IF), Speed Martin (P), Rollie Zeider (2B), Bob O'Farrell? (C).

    Middle Row, L-R: Max Flack (RF), Lefty Tyler (P), Chuck Wortman (IF), Bill McCabe? (IF), Charlie Pick (2B), Hippo Vaughn (P), Dode Paskert (CF).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Charlie Deal (3B), Turner Barber (OF), Charlie Hollocher (SS), Fred Mitchell (Mgr.), Les Mann (LF), Phil Douglas (P), Harry Weaver? (P).
    Batboy in front.


    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    Wow...two great pictures of the "neglected" 1918 Cubs!

    BSmile...can you come up with a 1918 Red Sox?

    It's definitely 1918 Cubs, probably taken late in the season, as Charlie Pick and Speed Martin are in the picture and they didn't join the team until sometime in August. This time Max Flack is pictured, but no Fred Merkle. Again, Ol' Pete was off at the War.

    By the way, if anyone is interested in learning more about this unusual baseball year, I'd highly recommend the book I mentioned in the earlier post: The Original Curse.
    Quote Originally Posted by BSmile View Post
    Great work again GaryL!!!
    Unless somebody can prove it otherwise, I'll consider the 2nd pic to be the 1918 Cubbies as well. BTW, gotta love the 'Cub's Mascot' uniform!
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    1910's Chicago Cubs Team
    Perhaps 1918? Looks like the same era at least...
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    Panoramic View Of Forbes Field, World's Greatest Base Ball Park, Pittsburg, PA - 1909

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    1957 Brooklyn Dodgers Team
    The last Brooklyn Team...sad.

    1957 Dodgers; 84-70, .545, 3rd place, 11 g behind---BB Ref---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top, L-R: Elmer Valo (OF), Bill Harris (P), Danny McDevitt (P), Jackie Collum (P), Rube Walker (C), Joe Pignatano (C), Charlie Neal (SS), Don Newcombe (P), Sandy Amaros (OF), Johnny Podres (P), Duke Snider (CF), Sandy Koufax (P), Fred Kipp (P), Jim Gentile (1B).

    Middle, L-R: John Griffin (Clubhouse Custodian), Lee Scott (Traveling Secretery), Rene Valdes (P), Roger Craig (P), Randy Jackson (3B), Bob Kennedy (OF), Gil Hodges (1B), Don Drysdale (P), Ed Roebuck (P), Don Bessent (P), Doc Wendler (Trainer), Bill Buhler(Trainer), Johnny Roseboro (C).

    Bottom, L-R: Carl Erskine (P), Jim Gilliam (2B), Clem Labine (P), Don Zimmer (IF), Geno Cimoli (LF), Billy Herman (Coach), Greg Mulleavy (Coach), PeeWee Reese (3B), Walt Alston (Mgr.), Joe Becker (Coach), Jake Pitler (Coach), Roy Campanella (C), Carl Furillo (RF).

    Front: Charlie DiGiovanna (Equipment Mgr.), Arnold Tesh (batboy).
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    1931 Yankees panoramic

    Nice panoramic shot of the Yankees in St Pete Florida.

    1931 New York Yankees; 94-59, .614, 2nd place, 13.5 g behind---BB Reference (Photo was taken at spring training in St. Petersburg, FL.)---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top, L-R: Lefty Gomez (P), Dixie Walker (OF), Jim Weaver (P), Lefty Weinert? (P), Walter "Jumbo" Brown (P). , George Pipgras (P).

    2nd, L-R: Ben Chapman (LF), Bill Karlon (OF), Eddie Wells (P), Red Ruffing (P), Tony Lazzeri (2B), Hank Johnson? (P), Earle Combs (CF), unidentified, Mark Roth (Traveling Secretery), Lou McEvoy? (P), Myril Hoag (IF).

    3rd, L-R: Ivy Paul Andrews (P), Roy Sherid (P), Gordon "Dusty" Rhodes (P), unidentified, Babe Ruth (RF), Jacob Ruppert (Owner), Joe McCarthy (Mgr.), Jimmy Burke (Coach), Art Fletcher (Coach), Paul Krichell (scout), Sammy Byrd (OF), Lou Gehrig (1B), Joe Sewell (3B), Doc Erle Painter (trainer).

    Bottom Row, L-R: unidentified, Herb Pennock (P), Red Rolfe (IF), Art Jorgens (C), Lyn Larry (SS), Eddie Bennett (Mascot), unidentified, Dusty Cooke (OF), Cy Perkins (C), Jimmy Reese (2B), Bill Dickey (C).
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    1958 Milwaukee Braves Team

    1958 Milwaukee Braves; 92-62, .597, 8 g ahead, (WS: L 4-3 to Yankees)---BB Ref---(player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL) and ol' aches and pains.)

    Top Row, L-R: Mel Roach (IF), Red Schoendienst (2B), Wes Covington (LF), Bob Rush (P), Juan Pizaro (P), Carl Willley? (P), Hank Aaron (RF), Del Crandall (C).

    2nd Row L-R: Gene Conley (P), Bob Buhl (P), Humberto Robinson (P), Bob Trowbridge (P), Don McMahon (P), Del Rice (C), Billy Bruton (CF), Frank Torre (1B), Eddie Mathews (3B), Joe Adcock (1B), Casey Wise (IF).

    3rd Row, L-R: Joey Jay (P), Johnny Logan (SS), Whitlow Wyatt (Pitching Coach), unidentified, Fred Haney (Mgr.), unidentified, John Fitzpatrick (coach), Warren Spahn (P), unidentified, C.V. Lacks (trainer).

    Front Row, L-R: Joe Taylor (trainer), Paul Wick (batboy), unidentified, Lew Burdette (P), Felix Mantilla (Ut.), Andy Pafko (OF), Harry Hanebrink (UI), Donald Davidson (Public Relations Director/Traveling Secretary).
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    1927 New York Yankees: 110-44, .714, 19 g ahead, (WS: W 4-0 over Pirates)---BB Ref---April 01, 1927, spring training in St. Petersburg, FL.---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top Row, L-R: Walter Beall (P), Cedric Durst (OF), Ray Moreheart (2B), Babe Ruth (RF), Dutch Reuther (P), George Pipgras (P), Colonel Jake Ruppert (owner), Roy M. Chesterfield, Bob Meusel (LF), Lou Gehrig (1B), Herb Pennock (P), Earle Combs (CF), Myles Thomas (P), Pat Collins (C), Mark Roth (Traveling Secretary), Joe Dugan (3B), Al Brennan.

    Middle Row, L-R: Paul Krichell (scout), Julian Wera (3B), John Grabowski (C), Urban Shocker (P), Ben Paschal (OF), Bob Shawkey (P), Wiley Moore (P), Mark Koenig (SS), Shep L. Cannon (P), John Dougherty (administrator).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Hank Johnson (P), Bennie Bengough (C), Eddie Bennett (mascot), Miller Huggins (Mgr.), Joe Girard (P), Waite Hoyt (P), Arthur Fletcher (coach), Mike Gazella (3B), Charlie O'Leary (coach).
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    1926 St. Louis Cardinals Team

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    1941 St. Louis Cardinals; 97-56, .634, 2nd Place, 2.5 g behind,---BB Ref---Photo taken September 22, 1941. Associated Press photo, WA C SAA MON NYTPA3

    Top Row, L-R: Dr. Harrison J. Weaver (trainer), Frank Crespi (2B), Walter Sessi (OF), Ira Hutchinson (P), Coaker Triplett (OF), Howard Pollet (P), Mort Cooper (P), Lou Warneke (P), Don Padgett (UP), Walker Cooper (C), Johnny Hopp (OF).

    Middle Row, L-R: Stan Musial (OF), John Beazley (P), Ervin Dusak (OF), Jimmy Brown (3B), Estel Crabtree (OF), Howie Krist (P), Clyde Shoun (P), George Kurowski (3B), Harry Gumbert (P), Gus Mancuso (C), Bill Crouch (P).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Mike Gonzales (coach), Marty Marion (SS), Enos Slaughter (RF), Ernie White (P), Eddie Lake (IF), Billy Southworth (Mgr.), Terry Moore (CF/captain), Johnny Mize (1B), Max Lanier (P), Buzzy Wares (coach)
    Seated in front: Arthur Peters (batboy)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babefan View Post
    Another nice team shot of the Mets this time.
    (from pg.23) it's the 1970 mets actually...
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    Old-Timers Day - Shea Stadium - 1960's
    Hard to say what the exact year is, BUT because it's at Shea...it has to be 1964 (at least). I really wish that all these Old-Timer's were filmed. Hank Greenberg in a full Tigers uni...how classic!

    Old-Timers Day: June 23, 1963, Polo Grounds. L-R: Edd Roush?, Joe McCarthy, Hank Greenberg, Bill Dickey, Frankie Frisch, Zack Wheat, Max Carey, Sam Rice, Carl Hubbell, Casey Stengel. The NL beat the AL in 2 innings, 8-0. (New York Times, June 23, 1963, pp. 158.)
    mets in the polo grounds in '63...

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    31st Annual NY Chapter BBWAA Dinner - January 31, 1954 - The Waldorf-Astoria

    I've been looking for the full-sized version of this classic shot for some time now, so here it finally is. I'm pretty sure that at least Bill will enjoy seeing this one. Cheers! ~B
    many in this photo are not writers. if you had the right connections you could buy a table and invite business associates or friends. i went to one in the 80's...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul W View Post
    Mets in the Polo Grounds in '63...
    OK, even though the image source says it's from Shea, maybe it's not.
    Looking at the dugout structure....seems pretty old (like the Polo Grounds).
    Anyhoo...I still wish there was film/video of these events.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BSmile View Post
    OK, even though the image source says it's from Shea, maybe it's not.
    Looking at the dugout structure....seems pretty old (like the Polo Grounds).
    Anyhoo...I still wish there was film/video of these events.
    yes, it it the "polar grounds"...

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    Joe McCarthy and a very, very young Bill Veeck, 1928.
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    1930 New York Yankees: 86-68, .558, 2nd place, 16 g behind,---BB Ref---Spring training in St. Petersburg, FL.---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top Row, L-R: Johnny Nee (scout), Benny Bengough (C), Tony Lazzeri (2B), Babe Ruth (RF), Lou McEvoy? (P), Colonel Jacob Ruppert (Owner), Bob Shawkey (Mgr.), Ivy Andrews (P), Eddie Wells (P), Ben Chapman (3B), Dusty Cooke (OF).

    2nd Row, L-R: Foster Edwards? (P), Roy Sherid (P), Herb Pennock (P), Earle Combs (LF), Sammy Byrd (OF), Charley O'Leary (Coach), Art Fletcher (Coach), Tom Zachery (P), unidentified, 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: unidentired, Dusty Rhodes (P), unidentified, Bill Dickey (C), Jimmy Reese (2B), Eddie Bennett (Mascot), Owen Carroll? (P), unidentified, Mark Koenig (SS), unidentified, Lyn Lary (SS).
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    1894 Baltimore Orioles Team

    1896 Baltimore Orioles, 90-39, .698, 9.5 g ahead,--- .698, 93-39, 9 games ahead---BB Reference

    Top Row: L-R: Joe Quinn (2B), John 'Sadie' McMahon (P), Charles 'Duke' Esper (P), George Hemming (P), Frank Bowerman (C), William 'Boileryard' Clarke (C), Jim Donnelly (3B).

    Middle Row: L-R: Steve Brodie (CF), Bill Hoffer (P), Joe Kelley (LF), Ned Hanlon (Mgr.), Wilbert Robinson (C), Hughie Jennings (SS), Henry 'Heinie' Reitz (2B).

    Bottom Row: L-R: Jack Doyle (1B), John McGraw (3B), Willie Keeler (RF), Arlington 'Arlie' Pond (P).


    Notice the chicken at the bottom, in the middle.
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    1933 New York Giants Team

    1933 New York Giants; 91-61, .599, 5 g ahead, (WS: W 4-1 over Senators)---BB Ref

    Top Row, L-R: Watty Clark (P), Homer Peel (OF), Jack Salveson (P), Bill Shores (P), Dolf Luque (P), Lefty O'Doul (OF), Hi Bell (P), Harry Danning (C), Jo-Jo Moore (LF).

    Middle Row, L-R: Gus Mancuso (C), Johnny Vergez (3B), Freddie Fitzsimmons (P), Kiddo Davis (CF), Carl Hubbell (P), Blondy Ryan (SS), Hal Schumacher (P), Joe Malay (1B), Mel Ott (RF), Roy Parmelee (P).

    Second fr. Bottom Row, L-R: Hughie Critz (2B), Travis Jackson (SS/3B), Frank 'Pancho' Snyder (coach), Bill Terry (1B/Mgr.), Tommy Clarke (coach), Chuck Dressen (3B), Bernie James (2B).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Doc Willie Schaeffer (trainer), Phil Weintraub (RF), Al Smith (coach), Sam Troy (mascot), Glenn Spencer (P), Paul Richards (C).
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    1951 Cleveland Indians Team

    1951 Cleveland Indians; 93-61, .604, 2nd Place, 5 g behind,---BB Ref---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top, L-R: Birdie Tebbetts (C), Bob Chakales (P), Dick Rozek? (P), Steve Gromek (P), Ray Murray (C), Lou Brissie (P), Mike Garcia (P), Bob Lemon? (P), Bob Feller (P), Early Wynn (P).

    Middle L-R: Traveling Secretary, Paul Lehner (OF), Hal Naragon? (C), Barney McClosky (OF), Sam Chapman (OF), Harry Simpson (OF), unidentified, George Zuverink? (P), unidentified, Stuffy Sternweiss (IF), Wally Bock (Trainer).

    Bottom, L-R: Bobby Avila (2B), Ray Boone (SS), Al Rosen (3B), Luke Easter (1B), Mel Harder (Coach), Al Lopez (Mgr.), Jake Flowers (Coach), Bill Lobe (Coach), Jim Hegan (C), Bob Kennedy (RF), Larry Doby (CF), Dale Mitchell (LF).
    Mascot.
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    1963 New York Yankees Team

    1963 New York Yankees; 104-57, .646, 10.5 g ahead, (WS: L 4-0 against Dodgers)---BB Ref
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 01-07-2010 at 03:05 PM.

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