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  • 1905 Philadelphia Athletics; 92-56, .622, 2 g ahead, (WS L 4-1 to Giants)---BB Reference

    Top Row, L-R: Danny Murphy (2B), Harry Davis (1B), Weldon Henley (P), Rube Waddell (P), John Knight (SS), Chief Bender (P).

    Middle Row, L-R: Socks Seybold (RF), Andy Coakley (P), Eddie Plank (P), Lave Cross (3B), Ossee Schreckengost (C), Bris Lord (OF).

    Bottom Row, L-R: Monte Cross (SS), Danny Hoffman (CF), Harry Barton (C/utility), Topsy Hartsel (LF), Jimmy Dygert (P), Doc Powers (C).
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    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 01-23-2010, 09:52 AM.

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    • 1892 Philadelphia Phillies Team

      1892 Philadelphia Phillies; 87-66, .569, 4th Place (out of 12), 16.5 g behind---BB Reference---Player Identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL) and Mark Fimoff (bmarlowe).

      Top Row, L-R: Charlie Reilly (3B), Sam Thompson (RF), Harry Wright (Mgr.), Roger Connor (1B), Bill Hallman (2B).

      Bottom Row, L-R: Bob Allen (SS), Ed Delahanty (CF), Gus Weyhing (P), Jack Clements (C), Tim Keefe (P), Lave Cross (utility), Billy Hamilton (LF).
      Seated: Kid Carsey (P)
      Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 11:58 AM.
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      • I must thank GaryL and bmarlowe for their continuing loyalty to the thread. This painstaking patience in the player identifications would be impossible without your contributions.

        I apologize for my slowness in getting things caught up. It is impossible to keep up with BSmile as he rampages on with these team photos. And with a resolution of imagery which is stupefying.

        I would not have thought it possible to capture the clarity, crispness in the imagery, of photos from the 19th Century. So rare to see images this clean. How BSmile finds them, will be his continuing mystery. Enigma Man! But his talent is the world's (and our) gain.
        Last edited by Bill Burgess; 01-04-2009, 11:49 PM.

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        • Thanks Bill, GaryL & bmarlowe for all the hard work tracking down who is who. It's something I'd never have the time or patience to tackle. As far as how crisp these 19th Century images look...well, that IS something I have the time and patience for. Bringing these old photos back to life is my expertise...and I really enjoy it. Yet, even more so, I enjoy sharing them with the BBF community. So next up...another 19th Century beauty!
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          • 1889 Brooklyn Bridegrooms Team
            Before they were the Dodgers, the Superbas etc.

            1889 Brooklyn Bridegrooms; 93-44, .679, 2 g ahead, (WS L 6-3 to Giants)---BB Reference

            Top Row, L-R: Germany Smith (SS), Pop Corkhill (CF), Adonis Terry (P), Dave Foutz (1B), Darby O'Brien (LF), Doc Bushong (C), Joe Visner (C/OF).

            Bottom Row, L-R: George Pinkney (3B), Bob Caruthers (P), Hub Collins (2B), Bill McGunnigle (Mgr.), Oyster Burns (RF), Bob Clark (C), Tom Lovett (P).

            Seated on Ground: Mickey Hughes (P)
            Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 11:59 AM.
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            • Just A Couple Of Joe's
              Joe DiMaggio & Joe McCarthy - 1939
              I love this shot. The clarity is amazing...with a little help from photoshop.

              Originally posted by Babefan
              What a GREAT photo of Joe! I just love the look and history of the 36 - 39 Yankees. Thanks so much for posting this pic and any others you may find. Have you ever seen a large size panoramic with Joe Dimaggio in it BS? I would love to have one of those. Thanks for your work in here. Its fun to see whats coming next .... Babefan.
              Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 12:05 PM.
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              • 1887 Philadelphia Athletics Team

                This team was part of the American Association. They were a pro team, but not directly connected to the Phila.A's we all think of.

                1887 Philadelphia Athletics; 64-69, .481, 5th of 8, 30 g behind---BB Ref. This team was in the AA league.
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                • Cubs v. Giants - August 30, 1908 - (at Chicago)
                  This is a companion for my post #25. Same game, different picture.
                  Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 12:07 PM.
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                  • JFK Throws Out The 1st Ball - April 8, 1963 - Washington D.C.
                    Last edited by BSmile; 01-22-2009, 11:34 AM.
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                    • 1909 Pittsburgh Pirates
                      Looking mighty pirate-like here...Argh!

                      1909 Pittsburgh Pirates; 110-44, .724, 6.5 g ahead, (WS W 4-3 over Tigers)---BB Reference
                      Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 12:08 PM.
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                      • 1910 St. Louis Browns team

                        1910 St. Louis Browns; 47-107, .305, 8th place, 57 g back---BB Reference

                        L-R: Dode Criss (1B/P), Ed Kinsella (P), Jack Gilligan (P), Joe Lake (P), Art Griggs (utility), Phil Stremmel (P), Ray Demmitt (RF), Bill Killefer (C), Red Fisher (OF), Roy Hartzell (3B), Al Schweitzer (OF), Jim Stephens (C), Jack O'Connor (Mgr.), Bobby Wallace (SS), Frank Truesdale (2B), Bill Abstein (1B), Bill Grahame (P), Rube Waddell(P), Sled Allen (C), Bill Bailey (P), Danny Hoffman (OF), Jack 'Red' Powell (P).
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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 Reference

                          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).

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

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

                          Bottom Row, L-R: William Schaeffer (trainer), Phil Weintraub (RF), Al Smith (P), Sam Troy (Mascot), Glenn Spencer (P), Paul Richards (C).
                          Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 12:09 PM.
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                          • 1938 Minneapolis Millers Team

                            Of course, I only posted this minor league team pic because of Ted Williams. And it's a nice, big picture.

                            Top Row, L-R: Harry Taylor, Jim Henry, Ted Williams, Walt Tauscher, Otto Denning, Belve Bean, John Chambers.

                            Middle Row, L-R: Ken Richardson, Stan Spence, John Mihalic, Charlie Wagner, Donie Bush, Fabian Gaffke, Alta Cohen, Earl Grace.

                            Bottom Row, L-R: Wilfred Lefebvre, Andy Cohen, Roy Pfleger, Coaker Triplett, Bud Parmelee.
                            Left: Eddie Gallaher, Mobilgas-Wheaties Sports Announcer, WCCO
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                            Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 12:10 PM.
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                            • 1885 Baltimore Orioles Team

                              1885 Baltimore Orioles; 41-68, .376, 8th Place (out of 8), 36.5 g behind---BB Reference

                              Top Row, Standing, L-R: Thomas York (LF), Bob Emslie (P), Ecky Stearns (1B), Mike Muldoon (2B), Sam Trott (C), Dennis Casey (CF), Jake Evans (RF), Joe Sommer (LF)

                              Middle Row, Seated, L-R: Billy Barnie (Mgr.), Tim Manning(2B), Jimmy Macullar (SS).

                              Bottom Row, on ground, L-R: Sandy Nava (C), Oyster Burns (utility/P) Bill Traffley (C), Hardie Henderson (P).
                              Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 12:10 PM.
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                              • 1899 Baltimore Orioles Team

                                1899 Baltimore Orioles; 86-62, .581, 4th place (out of 12), 15 g behind,---BB Ref---Player Identifications provided courtesy of Mark Fimoff (bmarlowe).

                                Top Row, L-R: Jerry Nops (P), Joe McGinnity (P), Pat Crisham (1B/C), Candy LaChance (1B), Harry Howell (P), Frank Kitson (P).

                                Middle Row, L-R: Ducky Holmes (LF), Aleck Smith (C), Steve Brodie (CF), John McGraw (3B), Wilbert Robinson (C), Charlie Harris (3B), Kit McKenna (P).

                                Bottom Row, L-R: Dave Fultz (OF/3B), Gene DeMontreville (2B), Bill Keister (SS).
                                Last edited by BSmile; 01-23-2011, 12:11 PM.
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