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  • 1932 New York Yankees Team Composite

    1932 New York Yankees; 107-47, .695, 13 g ahead, (WS W 4-0 over Cubs)---BB Reference
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    • 1924 Washington Senators Team

      1924 Washington Senators; 92-62, .597, 2 games ahead, (WS W 4-3 over NY Giants)---BB Ref

      Originally posted by BSmile
      Sweet pic! Here it is again...after I tweaked it a bit. Thanx again DauntlessDave! Cheers! ~B
      Originally posted by DauntlessDave
      Thanks BSmile! The pic looks great!
      Originally posted by Bill Burgess
      Good Lord! I just don't believe my own eyes! Looks like a completely different photo altogether. So much more clear, pristine. Can see so much more. You're a photo-editing magician!

      BSmile Magician! We're all very, very grateful for your unprecedented, professional skills. Are you in the photo-editing business, BSmile? If not, you should be. You're losing a fortune.
      Originally posted by BSmile
      Thanx Bill!
      I just knew that picture could be brought back to life. BTW, I made a huge editing boo-boo, so I just corrected and re-uploaded it. I'm surprised I didn't catch it...I had accidently put a huge, dark smudge thru whomever is seated all the way to the right. So if anyone saved a copy....delete it and re-copy the new one.

      Cheers! ~B
      Last edited by Bill Burgess; 04-04-2009, 09:05 AM.

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      • 1915 Chicago White Sox Team

        1915 Chicago White Sox; 93-61, .604, 3rd place, 9.5 g behind---BB Ref---Player Identifications provided courtesy of Mark Fimoff (bmarlowe).

        Top Row, L-R: Ray Schalk (C), Eddie Cicotte (P), Larry Chappelle (LF), Ed Klepfer (P), Bill Lathrop (P), Pants Rowland (Mgr), Mellie Wolfgang (P), Red Faber (P), Joe Benz (P), Eddie Collins (2B), Finners Quinlan (OF).

        Middle Row, L-R: Tom Daly (C), Hi Jasper (P), Jim Scott (P), Shano Collins (OF/1B), Howard Baker (3B), Jim Breton (3B), Jack Fournier (1B), Happy Felsch (CF/LF). Bunny Brief (1B).

        Bottom Row, L-R: Reb Russel (P), Earl ‘Red’ Baldwin (C), Braggo Roth (3B/OF), Bill 'Doc' Buckner (Trainer), Buck Weaver (SS), Wally Mayer (C), Ray Demmitt (OF), Lena Blackburne (3B).


        Note that Earl Baldwin has no Major League record, but did have a long career in the PCL (as a catcher)


        Originally posted by GaryL
        Great picture! Looks like White Sox, probably 1915 or 1916.
        Dave: Is your relative, "Dauntless Dave" Danforth in this picture?
        Originally posted by DauntlessDave
        He is not in this picture, which leads me to believe that it is 1915. He was on the team from 1916-1919(Aug). Even so, he does not appear in all of the team photos from that time, but I think the black uniforms were more common in 1915.
        Originally posted by disgrig
        I think the most interesting thing about this photo is the presence of the African-American trainer. He is wearing a uniform and he appears to be an accepted member of the team. I have heard about him before and it makes the photo all the more impressive.
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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

          Originally posted by Bill Burgess
          Wow. I love that photo! If I had the time, I'd really enjoy identifying some of those sports writers. Their faces are really familiar. Know one right off. If I had access to FBI technology, they could put in the photos of a person, and then have the machine ID him from other photos. Cool thing, huh? Wish I could input the photos from my Meet the Sports Writers and have that machine ID them in that photo!!
          Love it, BSmile. Thanks.
          Originally posted by disgrig
          I assume somewhere there was once a list that identified the guests at each table based on the number on each table. That would be a useful tool in identifying the writers.
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          • 1933 Pittsburgh Crawfords Team
            Hey, it's been a while. So here's a really cool promo/booking poster for one of the greatest lineups in Negro League history.
            Last edited by BSmile; 01-22-2009, 11:37 AM.
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            • Baseball Hall Of Fame - July 23, 1989

              Top Row, L-R: Monte Irvin, Billy Williams, Willie Stargell, Al Barlick, Robin Roberts, Warren Spahn, Harmon Killebrew, Carl Yastrzemski, Ted Williams, Brooks Robinson, Bill White (NL Pres.)

              Middle Row, L-R: Bart Giamamatti (Commissioner), Ralph Kiner, Willie McCovey, Johnnie Mize, Enos Slaughter, Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese, Billy Herman, Bob Feller, Bob Doerr, Dr. Bobby Brown (AL Pres.), Rick Ferrell, Eddie Stack (Hall of Fame Pres.).

              Bottom Row, L-R: Roy Campanella, Stan Musial, Ernie Banks, Johnny Bench, Red Schoendienst, 'Cool Papa' Bell, Charlie Gehringer, Al Lopez, Bob Lemon, Joe Sewell.


              Originally posted by hellborn
              Outstanding HOF photo!
              What a team you could craft out of those guys...except you'd be short on pitchers (Spahn, Feller, Lemon, Roberts...am I missing anybody?).
              It's sad to think how many of them are gone now, but that photo is almost 20 years old...funny, 1989 doesn't seem that long ago.

              I wonder what Bobby Doerr was looking at?
              Originally posted by GaryL
              Great picture! I made a nice color copy of it.

              Unofficially, I count over half of them have passed on:
              Cool Papa Bell, Gehringer, Lopez, Lemon, Sewell, Giamatti, Mize, Slaughter, Reese, Herman, Ferrell, Stargell, Barlick, Spahn, Ted Williams.
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              • Baseball Hall Of Fame - August 5, 1990

                Top Row, L-R: Joe Morgan, Willie McCovey, Eddie Mathews, Jim Palmer, Ted Williams, Brooks Robinson, Red Schoendienst, Dr. Bobby Brown (AL Pres.), Billy Williams, Bill White (NL Pres.).

                Middle Row, L-R: Robin Roberts, Al Lopez, Duke Snider, Bobby Doerr, Monte Irvin, Charlie Gehringer, Ralph Kiner, Stan Musial, Fay Vincent (Commissioner), Bob Feller, Al Barlick, Johnny Mize, Warren Spahn.

                Bottom Row, L-R: Enos Slaughter, George Kell, Pee Wee Reese, Yogi Berra, Bob Lemon, Roy Campanella, Happy Chandler, Buck Leonard, Billy Herman, Rick Ferrell, Ray Dandridge, Ed Stack (Hall of Fame Pres.)
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                • Baseball Hall Of Fame - July 21, 1991

                  Top Row, L-R: Brooks Robinson, Willie Mays, Billy Williams, Al Kaline, Ferguson Jenkins, Willie McCovey, Gaylord Perry, Rod Carew, Ernie Banks, Juan Marichal.

                  Middle Row, L-R: Ed Stack (Hall of Fame Pres.), Bill White (NL Pres.), Al Barlick, Whitey Ford, Luis Aparacio, Jim 'Catfish' Hunter, Yogi Berra, Warren Spahn, Robin Roberts, Bob Feller, Ralph Kiner, Ted Williams, Monte Irvin, Bob Lemon, Dr. Bobby Brown (AL Pres.),

                  Bottom Row, L-R: Billy Herman, Enos Slaughter, Johnny Mize, Fay Vincent (Commissioner), Al Lopez, Charlie Gehringer, Early Wynn, Rick Ferrell, Bobby Doerr, Pee Wee Reese, Ray Dandridge.
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                  • Baseball Hall Of Fame - August 2, 1992

                    Top Row, L-R: Hal Newhouser, Billy Williams, Brooks Robinson, Bob Gibson, Gaylord Perry, Rollie Fingers, Ferguson Jenkins, Tom Seaver, Al Kaline, Ted Williams, Ralph Kiner, Jim Palmer, Robin Roberts.

                    Middle Row, L-R: Ed Stack (Hall of Fame Pres.), Bill White (NL Pres.), Bob Lemon, Early Wynn, Johnny Mize, Johnny Bench, Juan Marichal, Luis Aparicio, George Kell, Bob Feller, Warren Spahn, Al Barlick, Dr. Bobby Brown (AL Pres.).

                    Bottom Row, L-R: Buck Leonard, Ray Dandridge, Enos Slaughter, Stan Musial, Pee Wee Reese, Al Lopez, Charlie Gehringer, Rick Ferrell, Yogi Berra, Ray Vincent (Commisssioner), Bob Doerr
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                    • Baseball Hall Of Fame - August 1, 1993

                      Top Row, L-R: Reggie Jackson, Tom Seaver, Jim Hunter, Jim Palmer, Billy Williams, Juan Marichal, Willie Stargell, Rollie Fingers, Lou Brock, Gaylord Perry, Ferguson Jenkins, Robin Roberts, Whitey Ford.

                      Middle Row, L-R: Ed Stack (Hall of Fame Pres.), Bill White (NL Pres.), Hoyt Wilhelm, Bob Feller, Hal Newhouser, Frank Robinson, Luis Aparicio, Brooks Robinson, Harmon Killebrew, Bob Doerr, Ralph Kiner, Red Schoendienst, Warren Spahn.

                      Bottom Row, L-R: Duke Snider, Monte Irvin, Buck Leonard, Al Lopez, Early Wynn, Yogi Berra, George Kell, Rick Ferrell, Stan Musial, Al Barlick, Bob Lemon, Enos Slaughter, Pee Wee Reese, Willie McCovey
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                      • Baseball Hall Of Fame - August 4, 1996

                        Top Row, L-R: Earl Weaver, Tom Seaver, Brooks Robinson, Red Schoendienst, Billy Williams, Al Kaline, Jim Palmer, Ferguson Jenkins, Steve Carlton, Jim Bunning.

                        Middle Row, L-R: Ed Stack (Hall of Fame Pres.), Rollie Fingers, Gaylord Perry, Warren Spahn, Harmon Killebrew, Robin Roerts, Bob Feller, Ralph Kiner, Eddie Mathews, Frank Robinson, Reggie Jackson, Luis Aparicio, Pee Wee Reese, Duke Snider, Don Marr (Hall of Fame Pres.),

                        Bottom Row, L-R: Whitey Ford, Hoyt Wilhelm, Enos Slaughter, Hal Newsouser, Stan Musial, Al Lopez, Yogi Berra, Richie Ashburn, George Kell, Bob Doerr, Phil Rizzuto.
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                        • Baseball Hall Of Fame - August 3, 1997

                          Top Row, L-R: Tommy Lasorda, Ferguson Jenkins, Billy Williams, Gaylord Perry, Rollie Fingers, Johnny Bench, Jim Palmer, Sandy Koufax, Jim Bunning, Steve Carlton, Frank Robinson, Phil Niekro, Don Marr (Hall of Fame Pres.).

                          Middle Row, L-R: Robin Roberts, Ed Stack (Hall of Fame Pres.), Brooks Robinson, Tom Seaver, Willie Stargell, Lou Brock, Bob Feller, Red Schoendienst, Al Lopez, Enos Slaughter, Duke Snider, Earl Weaver.

                          Bottom Row, L-R: Ted Williams, Luis Aparacio, Whitey Ford, Pee Wee Reese, Joe Morgan Eddie Mathews, Phil Rizzuto, Stan Musial, George Kell, Ralph Kiner, Yogi Berra, Bob Doerr, Bob Lemon
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                          • Wheh! OK, that's all I've got for now with the HOF pic's. I wish the quality were better on some of them, the photographer who took them wasn't very good (tough lighting)...but at least there's some sort of record of these events. If I find more in this large format, I'll post 'em. Hope everyone at BBF enjoys them.

                            Cheers! ~B
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                            • 1954 New York Yankees; 2nd place, 103-51, .669, 8 g behind---BB Reference
                              Casey finally doesn't win the pennant. Bums! Haha...The Indians were just too much that year.

                              Top Row, L-R: Harry Byrd (P), Frank Leja (1B), Andy Carey (3B), Eddie Lopat (P), Mickey Mantle (CF), Hank Bauer (RF), Tommy Byrne (P), Jim Konstanty (P), Johnny Sain (P), Tom Morgan (P), Allie Reynolds (P), Art Schallock (P), Joe Collins (1B).

                              Middle Row, L-R: Gus Mauch (trainer), Bob Grim (P), Enos Slaughter (RF), Jerry Coleman (IF), Woody Held (IF), Eddie Robinson (1B), Ralph Branca (P), Bob Cerv (LF), Bill Skowran (1B), Jim McDonald (P), Yogi Berra (C).

                              Bottom Row, L-R: Whitey Ford (P), Phil Rizzuto (SS), Willie Miranda (SS), Jim Turner (coach), Frankie Crosetti (coach), Casey Stengel (Mgr.), Bill Dickey (coach), Ralph Houk (coach), Gil McDougald (2B), Irv Noren (OF), Gene Woodling (LF), Charlie Silvera (C).
                              Front: Bat Boys: Iggy Manzidelis, Joe Carrieri
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                              • 1946 New York Yankees; 3rd Place, 87-67, .565, 17 g behind---BB Reference
                                Another non-pennant winner. Just like this year...ugh.

                                Top Row, L-R: Phil Rizzuto (SS), Bill Wight (P), Gus Niarhos (C), Cuddles Marshall (P), Ken Silvestri (C), Tommy Henrich (RF), Tommy Byrne (P), Bill Bevens (P), Spud Chandler (P), Joe DiMaggio (CF), Johnny Lindell (OF).

                                Middle Row, L-R: Bill MacPhail (Traveling Secretary), Ed Froelich, Mel Queen (P), Karl Drews(P), Al Lyons (P), Tiny Bonham (P), Steve Souchock (1B), Eddie Bockman (3B), Al Gettel (P), Nick Etten (1B), Randy Gumpert (P), Gus Mauch(trainer).

                                Bottom Row, L-R: Joe Gordon (2B), Billy Johnson (3B), Snuffy Stirnweiss (3B), Charlie Keller (LF), Red Rolfe (coach), Johnny Neun (Mgr.), Johnny Schulte (coach), Frankie Crosetti (SS), Aaron Robinson (C), Joe Page (P).
                                Last edited by BSmile; 01-22-2009, 11:39 AM.
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