1875 St. Louis Brown Stockings Team
1875 Brown Stockings Team Stats
1921 San Francisco Seals Team Panoramic
1921 Seals Team Stats
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So how about another all-new, large scale panoramic for a change! It is the name of the thread and all. So here's a great shot of the classic '21 Seals, featuring quite a bit of talent (as usual), including Lefty O'Doul, Jim Scott and Ernie Shore.
1915 Negro League Breakers hotel team:
Top Row, L-R: unidentified, Dick Redding, Pop Lloyd, Jude Gans, Louis Santop, Leroy Grant.
Middle Row, L-R: unidentified, Dicta Johnson, Smokey Joe Williams, Zack Pettus, Bill Francis.
Bottom Row, L-R: Pete Hill, unidentified, unidentified, Spottswood Poles
Based on the single 1915 Breakers-Royal Poinciana box score, the four unknowns are probably (not in any particular order) Sam Mongin, Dick Wallace, William “Knux” James, and Jesse Barber.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-15-2011 at 03:52 PM.
1914 Lawrence Barristers Team
1914 Barristers Team Stats
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1914 Lawrence Barristers; 84-39, .683, 8 g ahead;---BB-Reference---New England League.
Top Row, L-R: Moose Fuller (P), Louis P. Pieper (Mgr.), Frank Bruggy (C).
Second Row, L-R: Murphy (trainer), Lawrence Maloney (2B), Bob Conley (3B), Dan O'Connell (CF), Chub Aubrey (1B), Dave Howard (LF).
Third Row, L-R: Mike Lynch (SS), Bill Luyster (captain) (RF), Alex Pearson (P), Harry Thompson (P), John Barron (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Mike Flaherty (C), Eddie Clark (mascot), Kewpie Pennington (P).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-15-2011 at 03:10 PM.
1949 Almendares Blues
Chuck Connors (The Rifleman) fourth from the left second row and Monte Irving standing to the left of Connors. The Blues won the first Caribbean Series in 1949.
1949 Almendares Blues;
Top Row, L-R: Gil Valdivia, Avelino Canizares, Andrea Fleitas, Sojito Gallardo, Ramiro Ramirez, Hector Rodriquez, Sunge Carreras, Wesley Hamner, Willy Miranda, Al Gionfriddo.
Middle Row, L-R: Manolo (trainer), Rodolfo Fernandez, Rene Gonzales, Kevin Connors, Monte Irving, Santos Amaro, Michael Sandlock, Sam Jethroe, Joe Garcia.
Bottom Row, L-R: Rene Solis, Conrado Marrero, Jorge Comelllas, Mike Guerra (Mgr.), Vicente Lopez, Morris Martin, Agapito Mayor, Ed Wright, Octavio Rubert, unidentified (clubhouse man).
Seated on ground in front: Ed Gonzalez (batboy), Morris Martin, Jr. (batboy).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-15-2011 at 03:21 PM.
1935 St. Louis Browns Team
1935 Browns Team Stats
1935 St. Louis Browns; 65-87, .428, 7th Place, 28.5 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Sam West (CF), Debs Garms (OF), Jim Walkup (P), George Blaeholder (P), Beau Bell (UT), Ollie Bejma (2B), Tommy Heath (C), Alan Strange (SS).
Middle Row, L-R: Buck Newsom (P), Ray Pepper (OF), Bob Weiland (P), Jack Burns (1B), Johnny Burnett (OF), Harland Clift (3B), Jack Knott (P), Dick Coffman (P), Fay Thomas (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Ivy Andrews (P), Ski Melillo (2B), Charlie O'Leary (Coach), Rogers Hornsby (Mgr.), Grover Hartley (Coach), Heine Mueller (UT),Rollie Hemsley (C), Frank Grube (C).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-11-2011 at 07:23 PM.
1923 New York Yankees 25th Anniversary Reunion---June 14, 1948.
1923 New York Yankees' alumni; 98-54, .645, 16 g ahead, (WS: W 4-2 over Giants)---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Hinky Haines (OF),Waite Hoyt (P), George Pipgras (P),Joe Bush (P), Oscar Roettger (P),Babe Ruth (RF), Joe Dugan (3B),Bob Meusel (LF), Wally Pipp (1B), Elmer Smith (RF).
Bottom Row, L-R:'Sad' Sam Jones (P),Wally Schang (C), Carl Mays (P), Whitey Witt (CF), Fred 'Bootnose' Hofmann (C), Mike McNally (IF).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-15-2011 at 03:37 PM.
1925 Corsicana Oilers Team
1925 Oilers Team Stats
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There's very little info about this squad on BB-Ref, except for Smead Jolley who later batted .305 in a short 4 year major league career. Smead actually seemed to prefer the minor leagues where he managed to collect 3,043 hits and a .367 BA in 16 seasons. Maybe he would have been a Hall Of Famer had he chosen to play in the big leagues...we'll never know. What we do know is that he was a truly terrible fielder, so maybe that was a factor as well in the days before the DH.
1925 Corsicana Oilers;
Top Row, L-R: John Van (C/Mgr.), Grubb (3B), Smead Jolley (OF/P), Etheridge (OF), Kizziar (1B), Lovelace (OF), Hilton (P), Ruth (UT).
Bottom Row, L-R: Dashiel (SS), Barnhart (P), Mizell (C), Shomaker (IF), Cantrell (P), Malmquist (2B).
Absent from photo: Mike Schmid (P).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-15-2011 at 03:48 PM.
1927 Pittsburgh Pirates Team
1927 Pirates Team Stats
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Not so much of a rare picture as it is a rarely seen, very large version. Cheers! ~B
1927 Pittsburgh Pirates; 94-60, .610, 1.5 g ahead, (WS: L 4-0 to Yankees)---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: P. Otis 'Doc' Crandall (P), Chick Fraser (scout), Bill Hinchmand (scout), Jewel Ens (coach), Adam Comorosky (LF), Fred Brickell (OF), Walt Tauscher (P), Kiki Cuyler (OF), Joe Cronin (IF), Joe Dawson (P), Dick Bartell (SS).
Middle Row, L-R: Johnny Miljus (P), Ray Kremer (P), Vic Aldridge (P), Heinie Groh (3B), Carmen Hill (P), Michael Cvengros (P), Pie Traynor (3B), Glenn Wright (SS), Lee Meadows (P), Earl Smith (C), Emil Yde (P), Roy Spencer (C).
Bottom Row, L-R: Paul Waner (RF), George Grantham (2B), Harold Rhyne (2B), Donie Bush (Mgr.), Barney Dreyfuss (owner), Sam Dreyfuss (treasurer), Sam Watters (Secretary), Johnny Gooch (C), Clyde Barnhart (LF), Lloyd Waner (OF),Joe Harris (1B).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-13-2011 at 11:51 AM.
1911 Rochester Bronchos Team
1911 Bronchos Team Stats
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Here's a beautiful team shot that I just finished editing...and it's a big one! Make sure you check it out full-sized for the amazing uniform details. Also, just about every guy here has played in the major leagues at some point, some more than others.
1911 Rochester Bronchos; 7th Place (out of 8)---BB-Reference---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).
Top Row, L-R: Whitey Alperman, Unknown1, Unknown, Unknown2, George McConnell (P), Kaiser Wilhelm (P), Fred Mitchell.
Middle Row, L-R: Danny Moeller, Rube Dessau (P), Unknown, Unknown3, Chet Spencer, John Ganzel (Mgr.), Joe Ward, Unknown, Fred Jacklitsch, Eddie Foster.
Front Row, L-R: Tommy McMillan, Tom Hughes (P), Unknown, Unknown.
Unknown1: might be Hack Simmons; Unknown2: might be Emil Batch; Unknown3: might be Fred Osborn.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-15-2011 at 02:47 PM.
1904 Los Angeles Angels
1904 Team Stats
First professional team of Hal Chase. Also on this team was 6 time National League Home Run leader Gavvy Cravath.
1904 Los Angeles Angels;---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Harry Spies (C), Curt Bernard (OF), Hal Chase (1B), Charles Baum (P), Rusty Hall (P), Bobby Eager (C), Doc Newton (P), Jud Smith (3B).
Bottom Row, L-R: Gavvy Cravath (OF), Jim Morley (Mgr.), Tim Flood (2B)(Capt.), Kitty Brashear (1B), Art Ross (OF), Jimmy Toman (SS).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-17-2011 at 01:46 PM.
Old-Timers' Game - Yankee Stadium
August 10, 1968
Something a bit different for today...
R-L: Joe DiMaggio, Red Ruffing, Bob Shawkey, Waite Hoyt, Red Rolfe, Johnny Mize, Lefty Gomez (back to camera.)
Last edited by BSmile; 08-22-2011 at 07:04 AM.
Old-Timers' Game Pt.2 - Yankee Stadium
August 10, 1968
Same day, different assortment of players.
L-R: Red Ruffing, Bill Terry, Luke Appling, Bill Dickey, Joe Medwick, Frankie Frisch, Pie Traynor, Joe DiMaggio, Bob Feller, Lefty Grove.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-17-2011 at 06:16 PM.
1951 Chicago White Sox Team
1951 White Sox Team Stats
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1951 Chicago White Sox; 81-73, .526, 4th Place, 17 g behind,---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Lou Kretlow (P), Joe DeMaestri (MI), Gus Niarhos (C), Phil Masi (C), Nellie Fox (2B), Floyd Baker (3B), Ken Holcombe (P), Howie Judson (P),Jim Busby (CF), Billy Pierce (P), Saul Rogovin (P).
Middle Row, L-R: Mush Esler (trainer), Bud Stewart (OF), Minnie Minoso (OF), Randy Gumpert (P), Fritz Dorish (P), Joe Erautt (C), Ephrriam Colledge (Equipment Mgr.),Joe Dobson (P), Bob Dillinger (3B), Luis Aloma (P), Eddie Robinson (1B), Art Colledge (Equipment Mgr.)
Bottom Row, L-R: Hank Majeski (3B), Marv Rotblatt (P), Chico Carrasquel (SS), Doc Cramer (coach), Paul Richards (Mgr.), Luman Harris (coach), Ray Berres (coach), Jim Adair (coach),Al Zarilla (RF).
Seated on ground in front: Tom DePasquale (batboy).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-19-2011 at 12:06 PM.
1908 Reading Pretzels
1908 Team Stats
Home Run Baker 3rd from left middle row
Last edited by Dto7; 08-19-2011 at 01:40 AM.
1942 Beaumont Exporters Team
1942 Exporters Team Stats
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Former major league player and Exporters manager Steve O'Neill actually inserted himself into a game in 1942. He was 50 years old at the time...and went 1 for 3! As the starting catcher for the World Champion 1920 Cleveland Indians, O'Neill had a .321 BA with a .408 OBP (he also hit .333 in that World Series).
1942 Beaumont Exporters;---BB-Reference
Top Row, L-R: Earl Cook (P), Anse Moore (OF), Bill McClaren (1B), Roy Clark (P), Dick Wakefield (OF), Bob Gillespie (P), Hoot Evers (OF).
Middle Row, L-R: Johnny Lipon (SS), Charles Metro (UT/OF), Frankie Masters (P), Bob Henny (SS), Steve O'Neill (Mgr.), Clarence Gann (P), Charles Fuchs (P), Ken Wyatt (P).
Bottom Row, L-R: Harvey Riebe (C), Stubby Overmire (P), J. P. Wood (3B), Joe Erautt (C), Joe Wessing (2B), Bill Hewitt (P).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-19-2011 at 12:28 PM.
War Bond Tri-Cornered Baseball Game
Polo Grounds, N.Y. - June 26, 1944
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Here's a great pic of some Old Timers from that classic day. Big kudos to George "Hooks" Wiltse for wearing that spectacular 1905-06 NY Giants uniform!
L-R: Zack Wheat, Harry 'Moose' McCormick, Herb Pennock, Bill Klem, Roger Bresnahan, George 'Hook' Wiltse, Wally Schang, Nap Rucker, Otto Miller.
Last edited by BSmile; 08-22-2011 at 07:06 AM.
1956 San Francisco Seals Old Timers Game
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Joe, Dom and Vince DiMaggio last three bottom row.
1956 San Francisco Seals (Alumni);
Top Row, L-R: Jim Tobin, Lou Veselioh, Eddie Mulligan, Jackie Warner, Brooks Holder, Bill Leonard.
Middle Row, L-R: Bob Joyce, Steve Barath, Gus Suhr, Tom Seats, Manny Perez, Joe Sprinz, Willie Kamm, Ping Bodie, Walter Mails.
Bottom Row, L-R: Johnny Kerr, Frank Kalin, Ted Jennings, Con Dempsey, Frankie Hawkins, Al Wright, Joe DiMaggio, Dom DiMaggio, Vince DiMaggio.
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-21-2011 at 05:11 PM.
1909 Cincinnati Reds Team
1909 Reds Team Stats
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So here's a pic that I've been working on for a while now: a new and improved, very large scale version of the '09 Reds. You'll want to click on the link to see it larger for sure. There's quite a variety of uniforms, caps and sweaters to behold...including the player in the back row on the right with a "W" on his sweater. Next to him is a crudely cut/pasted (literally) Miller Huggins, but hey...they didn't exactly have Photoshop way back in 1909. Cheers! ~B
1909 Cincinnati Reds; 77-76, .503, 4th Place, 33.5 g behind---BB Reference---Player Identifications provided courtesy of Mark Fimoff (bmarlowe).
Top Row, L-R: Billy Campbell (P), Ducky Pearce (C), Chick Autry (1B), Jack Rowan (P), Jean Dubuc (P), Dick Egan (2B), Rudy Hulswitt, Bob Ewing (P), Larry McClean (C), Tom Downey (SS), Art Fromme (P), unidentified, Ed Karger (P), Mike Mitchell (RF), Miller Huggins (2B/3B), Harry Gasnar (P).
Middle Row, L-R: Dode Paskert (OF), unidentified, Clark Griffith (Mgr.), Dick Hoblitzel (1B), unidentified, Mike Mowery (2B/3B), unidentified, Bob Bescher (LF).
Bottom Row, L-R: Rebel Oaks (CF), unidentified, Hans Lobert (3B), Frank Roth (C).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-29-2011 at 05:25 PM.
1910's Pittsburgh Pirates Team
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I'm not sure of the exact year for this team portrait...anybody have a guess?
1911 Pittsburgh Pirates; 85-69, .552, 3rd place, 14.5 g behind---BB Reference---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).
Top Row, L-R: Newt Hunter(1B), unidentified, Alex McCarthy? (SS), unidentified, Sherry Smith (P), unidentified, Howie Camnitz? (P), unidentified.
2nd from Top, L-R: Elmer Steele (P), Vin Campbell? (OF), unidentified, Mike Simon (C), unidentified, unidentified, Dots Miller (2B), Max Carey (OF), unidentified, unidentified, Claude Hendrix (P).
2nd from Bottom Row, L-R: unidentified (Trainer), unidentified, Deacon Phillippe (P), Fred Clarke (LF/Mgr.), Tommy Leach (OF), Honus Wagner (SS), Bill McKechnie (UT), Babe Adams (P), Chief Wilson (RF).
Bottom Row, L-R: unidentified, unidentified, Kirby White (P), unidentified, Lefty Leifield (P), unidentified, George Gibson (P).
Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-22-2011 at 10:06 AM.
Bill has the same picture pose minus the hats as the 1911 Pirates, in his Pittsburgh Pirates photo thread.
As far as the dating is concerned, I'll take a guess that it might actually be spring training for the 1908 or 1910 season (judging from the caps/uniforms). See here: 1903-1918 Pirates Uniforms