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  • Originally posted by JimConsidine View Post
    To the left is a catcher named Del Rice, who was 37 years old and the Orioles were his third team that he played for in 1960. To his right is the "Wizard of Waxahachie", Orioles manager Paul Richards.
    Not Del Rice

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    • 1910 Eastern League Opening Game Panoramic
      104 Years Ago Today - Newark, New Jersey - April 21, 1910
      Rochester Bronchos (stats) vs. Newark Indians (stats)
      Last edited by BSmile; 04-21-2014, 05:25 AM.
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      • 1910 Eastern League Opening Game Panoramic Pt.2
        104 Years Ago Today - Newark, New Jersey - April 21, 1910
        Rochester Bronchos (stats) vs. Newark Indians (stats)
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        • 100th Anniversary of Wrigley Field
          100 Years Ago Today - Weeghman Park Opening Game - April 23, 1914
          It wasn't until 1926 that Chicago's Wrigley Field would take that name. Before that it was first called "Weeghman Park" and it hosted the first Federal League game of the 1914 season. Here's a panoramic from that time.
          Last edited by BSmile; 04-23-2014, 03:49 AM.
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          • Originally posted by BSmile View Post
            1926 Toronto Maple Leafs & Louisville Colonels Panoramic
            '26 Little World Series - International League vs. American Association
            1926 Maple Leafs Team Stats - 1926 Colonels Team Stats
            The Maple Leafs beat the Colonels handily, 5 games to 0. For more on the Little World Series (aka Junior World Series), go here: Wiki: Junior World Series.
            Thought I'd try my hand at identifying those in uniform. King Carl is easy, the rest are educated guesses based on known photos.

            Maple Leafs
            Top Row, L-R: Frank Gilhooley, Vic Sorrell, Otis Miller, Billy Mullen, Herman Layne, Cleo Carlyle, Lefty Stewart, Jim Faulkner, Carl Hubbell, Mickey Heath
            Bottom Row, L-R: ?, Andy Harrington, Ray Hayworth, Steve O'Neill, Ownie Carroll, Chief Hogsett, Tilly Walker, Lena Styles, Buz Phillips, Otis Lawrey, ?

            Colonels
            Top Row, L-R: Billy Meyer, Roy Wilkinson, ?, Ernie Koob, Bruno Betzel, ?, Joe Dawson, ?, ?, Pinky Pittenger
            Bottom Row, L-R: Al DeVormer, Nick Cullop, Howie Shanks, Ed Holley, Ben Tincup, Earl Webb, ?, Hooks Cotter, Merito Acosta
            Last edited by Jeff Olsen; 04-24-2014, 06:41 AM.

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            • 1927 Washington Senators Team
              1927 Senators Team Stats
              Nationals To Make Hard Fight For League Pennant "The above photo shows members of the Nationals baseball team of the American League who are all set for the opening game April 12th. Mgr. Bucky Harris is counting on his veterans Tris Speaker, Walter Johnson, Coveleski, etc. to help his team win the pennant."
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              • 1942 New York Giants Team
                1942 Giants Team Stats
                Led by Mel Ott, who was in his first year as player/manager, the latter of which exempted him from wartime service. In other news, Johnny Mize spent his first year with the Giants before heading off to military duty in '43. He'd miss three complete seasons before returning to the Giants in '46.
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                • 1943 New York Giants Team
                  1943 Giants Team Stats
                  With Johnny Mize off to the military and 40 yr. old Carl Hubbell now in his last season, the '43 Giants plummeted to last place, finishing 55-98.
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                  • 1932 Brooklyn Dodgers Team
                    1932 Dodgers Team Stats
                    So 1932 was really a season of change for the Brooklyn team:
                    - A new manager, Max Carey, who took over the reigns from Wilbert Robinson.
                    - A new name, with Uncle Robbie now gone, the team changed to the Dodgers (previously the Robins, 1914-31).
                    - New uniforms, 1931 vs. 32 Brooklyn Robins/Dodgers Uniforms. The team pictured here (spring training) is actually wearing the '32 caps with the '31 jerseys.
                    - And a new star, albeit in his last really productive season, Hack Wilson (23/123/.297).
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                    • 1910 Los Angeles Angels Team Panoramic
                      1910 Angels Team Stats
                      Here's a beauty from the exceedingly rare and valuable 1910 Bishop & Co. Candy PCL card series.
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                      • 1935 San Francisco Seals Team
                        1935 Seals Team Stats
                        Here's the Pacific Coast League Champs of 1935, led by some 20-year-old local kid named Joseph DiMaggio, who managed to collect 270 hits for a .398 BA. Apparently he wasn't good enough to make it to .400, but he still might have a future!
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                        • Originally posted by BSmile View Post
                          1932 Brooklyn Dodgers Team
                          1932 Dodgers Team Stats
                          So 1932 was really a season of change for the Brooklyn team:
                          - A new manager, Max Carey, who took over the reigns from Wilbert Robinson.
                          - A new name, with Uncle Robbie now gone, the team changed to the Dodgers (previously the Robins, 1914-31).
                          - New uniforms, 1931 vs. 32 Brooklyn Robins/Dodgers Uniforms. The team pictured here (spring training) is actually wearing the '32 caps with the '31 jerseys.
                          - And a new star, albeit in his last really productive season, Hack Wilson (23/123/.297).
                          Here's some names for this great 1932 Dodgers Team Photo. Couldn't get all of them and not 100% sure of all the identifications, so if anyone wants to jump in with additions or corrections, please feel free!

                          1932 Brooklyn Dodgers

                          Top Row, L-R: Unknown, Jack Quinn (P), Unknown, Paul Richards (C), Glenn Wright (SS), Max Rosenfeld (OF), Val Picinich (C), Unknown, Bobby Reis (3B), Unknown, Unknown, Al Cohn (OF), Van Mungo (P), Joe Shaute (P), Trainer.

                          2nd Row, L-R: Hack Wilson (OF), Cy Moore (P), Unknown1, Neal Finn (IF), Fresco Thompson (2B), Casey Stengel (Coach), Max Carey (Mgr.), Otto Miller (Coach), Dazzy Vance (P), Sloppy Thurston? (P), Fred Heimach (P), Ray Phelps (P), Johnny Frederick (OF).

                          Front Row: Fay Thomas (P), Bud Clancy (1B), Unknown, Dick Siebert (1B), Al Lopez (C), Unknown, Clyde Sukeforth (C), Tony Cuccinello (2B), Gordon Slade (IF), Bruce Caldwell (1B), Watty Clark (P), Joe Stripp? (3B).

                          Unknown1 might be Lefty O'Doul, not sure. I know I've seen that trainer before, but I can't find his name. Anybody see Waite Hoyt in there?
                          Last edited by GaryL; 05-11-2014, 05:06 AM.

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                          • Happy Mother's Day!
                            1915 Tigerton (Wisconsin) Ladies Baseball Team
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                            Last edited by BSmile; 09-15-2014, 11:34 AM.
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                            • 1914 Chi-Feds

                              I went to the recent 100th anniversary game at Wrigley Field and here's the neat photo of the 1914 Chi-Feds (also known as the Chicago Whales) that was on the souvenir program. I also got a cool freebie 1914 Chi-Feds jersey!

                              I was able to get some of the players identified, but as always, if anyone can add any additions or corrections, please feel free to jump in!

                              1914 Chi-Feds

                              Top Row, L-R: Unknown1, Bill Jackson (UT), Claude Hendrix (P), Unknown2, Doc Watson (P), Dan Sherman (P), Tom McGuire (P).

                              Middle Row, L-R: Clem Clemens (C), Dutch Zwilling (OF), Fred Beck ((1B), Art Wilson (C), Bruno Block (C), Harry Fritz (3B), Max Fiske (P).

                              Front Row, L-R: Jack Farrell (2B), Max Flack (OF), Unknown3, Al Wickland (OF), Joe Tinker (Mgr./SS), Jim Stanley (SS), Unknown4.

                              Unknown1 might be Skipper Roberts, Unknown2 might be Jimmy Smith, Unknown3 might be Ad Brennan, Unknown4 might be Rankin Johnson.

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                              • Originally posted by GaryL View Post
                                I went to the recent 100th anniversary game at Wrigley Field and here's the neat photo of the 1914 Chi-Feds (also known as the Chicago Whales) that was on the souvenir program. I also got a cool freebie 1914 Chi-Feds jersey!

                                I was able to get some of the players identified, but as always, if anyone can add any additions or corrections, please feel free to jump in!

                                1914 Chi-Feds



                                Top Row, L-R: Unknown1, Bill Jackson (UT), Claude Hendrix (P), Unknown2, Doc Watson (P), Dan Sherman (P), Tom McGuire (P).

                                Middle Row, L-R: Clem Clemens (C), Dutch Zwilling (OF), Fred Beck ((1B), Art Wilson (C), Bruno Block (C), Harry Fritz (3B), Max Fiske (P).

                                Front Row, L-R: Jack Farrell (2B), Max Flack (OF), Unknown3, Al Wickland (OF), Joe Tinker (Mgr./SS), Jim Stanley (SS), Unknown4.

                                Unknown1 might be Skipper Roberts, Unknown2 might be Jimmy Smith, Unknown3 might be Ad Brennan, Unknown4 might be Rankin Johnson.
                                Great photo, Gary. I think you're right on the unknown players.

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