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  • BSmile
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    1913 Milwaukee Brewers Team
    1913 Brewers Team Stats
    Click Here To See Full-Sized (1200 x 956)

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  • GaryL
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    Originally posted by BSmile View Post
    1921 St. Louis Browns Team Panoramic
    Visiting The White House - Formal Portrait - June 19, 1921
    1921 Browns Team Stats
    Click Here To See Full-Sized (2874 x 822)
    Here's another all-new panormic to kick off the week! The 1921 edition of the Browns was actually a very strong hitting team (.303 team BA). They were led by George Sisler (.371, 216 hits) and the outfield trio of Ken Williams (.347, 190 hits) Baby Doll Jacobson (.352, 211 hits) and Jack Tobin (.352, 236 hits).
    Beautiful photo, BSmile! I love the full size version!
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 09-29-2011, 08:54 AM.

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  • BSmile
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    1921 St. Louis Browns Team Panoramic
    Visiting The White House - Formal Portrait - June 19, 1921
    1921 Browns Team Stats
    Click Here To See Full-Sized (2874 x 822)
    Here's another all-new panormic to kick off the week! The 1921 edition of the Browns was actually a very strong hitting team (.303 team BA). They were led by George Sisler (.371, 216 hits) and the outfield trio of Ken Williams (.347, 190 hits) Baby Doll Jacobson (.352, 211 hits) and Jack Tobin (.352, 236 hits).

    1921 St. Louis Browns; 81-73, .526, 3rd Place, 17.5 g behind,---BB-Reference---Player Identifications provided by Gary Livacari (GaryL) & Bill Burgess.

    L-R: unidentified, Nick Cullop?, Dud Lee (UT), Jimmy Austin (IF), Bill Bayne (P), Marty McManus (2B), Baby Doll Jacobson (CF), Lefty Leifield (Coach), Jack Tobin (RF), George Sisler (1B), unidentified, unidentified, Ray Kolp (P), Lee Fohl (Mgr.), Dixie Davis (P), Willis Eldon Johnson (Traveling Secretary), Josh Billings (C), Ken Williams (LF), Lyman Lamb (3B), Bob Quinn (General Manager), Hank Severeid (C), Emilio Palmero (P), Joe DeBarry (P), unidentified, Elam Vangelder (P), Urban Shocker (P).
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 09-28-2011, 06:32 PM.

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  • BSmile
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    1916 St. Louis Browns Team Panoramic
    1916 Browns Team Stats
    Here's an all-new, extra-large panoramic for everybody...Cheers! ~B

    1916 St. Louis Browns; 79-75, .513, 5th Place, 12 g behind,---BB-Reference

    L-R: Carl Weilman (P), Dave Davenport (P), Bob Groom (P), Jim Park (P), Bill Fincher (P), Alois Kirmayer (P), Tim McCabe (P), George Baumgardner (P), Babe Borton (1B), Grover Hartley (C), Eddie Plank (P), Harry Chapman (C), Doc Crandall (P), Charlie Deal (3B), George Sisler (1B), Jack Tobin (OF), Doc Lavan (SS), Armondo Marsans (CF), Jimmy Austin (3B), Hank Severeid (C), Fielder Jones (Mgr.), Verne Clemons (C), Ward Miller (RF), Earl Hamilton (P), Ernie Johnson (SS), Burt Shotten (LF), Del Pratt (2B), Doc Martin Pike Lawler (Trainer).
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  • BSmile
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    1915 St. Louis Browns Team Panoramic
    1915 Browns Team Stats
    Click Here To See Full-Sized (2948 x 544)
    Here's a redo of a very old posting...a much larger, clearer and sharper version. Also note Lowdermilk's Cubs uniform...and they misspelled his name too.

    1915 St. Louis Browns; 63-91, .409, 6th Place, 39.5 g behind---BB Reference

    L-R: Joe Sugden (coach), Bobby Wallace (SS), Harry Hoch (P), Walt Alexander (C), Billy Lee (OF), Jimmy Austin (3B), Sam Agnew (C), John 'Doc' Lavan (SS), Walt Leverenz (P), Ernie Walker (OF), Branch Rickey (Mgr.), John Leary (1B), Earl Hamilton (P), George Baumgardner (P), Slim Lowdermilk (P), Carl Weilman (P), Bill James (P), Parson Perryman (P), Tim McCabe (P), Frank Miller (P), Dick Kauffman (1B), Alex Remneas (P), Dee Walsh (OF), Hank Hank Severeid (C), Gus Williams (RF), Vern Clemons (C), Ivan Howard (utility), Del Pratt (2B), Clarence 'Tilly' Walker (CF), Stevenson, Burt Shotton (LF), Dr. Martin Pike Lawler (trainer).
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 09-28-2011, 01:52 PM.

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  • BSmile
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    1915 Pittsburgh Rebels Team Panoramic
    1915 Rebels Team Stats
    Click Here To See Full-Sized (3000 x 943)
    Another new panoramic for the collection...

    1915 Pittsburgh Rebels; 86-67, .562, 3rd Place, .5 g behind,---BB-Reference---Player Identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    L-R: Jack Lewis (2B), Frank Allen? (P), Mike Mowry (3B), Claude Berry (C), Marty Berghammer (SS), unidentified, Howie Camnitz (P), Davy Jones (OF), Mike Menosky (OF), Elmer Knitzer (P), Cy Rheam (OF), Bunny Hearn (P), Walt Dickson (P), unidentified, Cy Barger (P), Ed Konechy 1B), Jim Kelly? (RF), unidentified, Steve Yerkes (2B), Ed Lennox? (3B), unidentified, George LeClaire? (P), Orie Kerlin (C), Paddy O'Connor (C), Ed Holly? (IF), unidentified.
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 09-28-2011, 01:27 PM.

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  • GaryL
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    Originally posted by Bill Burgess View Post
    Boy, that 1910 Pirates' team is great! I didn't realize how great it was until I saw it full-size! Reminds me how much we're missing until our full sizes are restored.
    Great job with this one, BSmile!!...A real gem, one of the all-time bests in the entire collection!! I've seem most of these guys many times before, but never with this incredible degree of clarity and detail. A real treat...

    By the way, check out those snazzy shoes on Howie Camitz!!

    I wonder if the little guy holding the catcher's mitt is George Gibson's son??
    Last edited by GaryL; 09-21-2011, 01:59 PM.

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  • BSmile
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    Originally posted by Bill Burgess View Post
    Boy, that 1910 Pirates' team is great! I didn't realize how great it was until I saw it full-size! Reminds me how much we're missing until our full sizes are restored.
    Thank God the site still uploads the original size so I can provide a link to it...otherwise I'd be furious!

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  • Bill Burgess
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    Boy, that 1910 Pirates' team is great! I didn't realize how great it was until I saw it full-size! Reminds me how much we're missing until our full sizes are restored.

    And it makes such a wonderful addition to our Pittsburgh Pirates' Photo Tribute, too!

    Pittsburgh Pirates
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 09-22-2011, 09:27 AM.

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  • BSmile
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    1910 Pittsburgh Pirates Team
    Spring Training - Hot Springs, Arkansas
    1910 Pirates Team Stats
    Click Here To See Full-Sized (2000 x 1593)
    Here's a beauty of a rare picture that I've been cleaning up for the past few days. The size of the image really lets you see all the details of those great Pirates uniforms. Cheers! ~B

    1910 Pittsburg Pirates; 86-67, .562, 3rd Place, 17.5 g behind,---BB-Reference---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

    Top Row, L-R: Bud Sharp (1B/RF), Babe Adams (P), Honus Wagner (SS), "Dots" Miller (2B), Bill Powell (P), George Gibson (C), Gene Moore (P), Lefty Webb?.

    2nd Row, L-R: Ralph Cutting (P), John Flynn (1B), Nick Maddox (P), Paddy O'Connor (C), Vin Campbell?, Lefty Leifield (P).

    3rd Row, L-R: Harry Cammitz (P), Chick Brandom?, Sam Frock (P), Ham Hyatt (1B), Bridges?, Bert Humphries (P), Mike Simon (C).

    Front Row, L-R: Tommy Leach (CF), Sam Leever (P), Bobby Byrne (3B), Chief Wilson (RF), Bill McKechnie (2B), Howie Cammitz (P), Stan Gray (1B), Fred Clarke (Mgr./LF).
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 09-21-2011, 12:01 PM.

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