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  • 1909 World Series panoramic

    I think BS posted this one earlier in this thread but I believe this one is in better shape for fixing.

    Detroit Tigers, L-R: Ty Cobb (RF), Davy Jones (1B), Ed Summers (P), Bill Donovan (P), George Mullin (P), Ed Willet (P), Sam Crawford (CF), Ed Killian (P), Ralph Works (P), Del Gainer (1B), Mathew 'Matty' McIntyre (LF), Oscar Stanage (C), Tom Jones (1B),--------------------------Pittsburgh Pirates, L-R: L-R: Tommy Leach (CF), Bobby Byrne (3B), Howie Camnitz (P), Paddy O'Connor (C), Chick Brandom (P), Sam Leever (P), Ed Abbitacchio? (IF), Ham Hyatt (OF), Nick Maddox (P), Chief Wilson (RF), unidentified , Vic Willis (P),
    Jim Delahanty, (2B)Bill Lelivelt (P), Charlie (Bossman) Schmidt (C), George Moriarty (3B), Charlie O'Leary (2B/3B), Joe Casey (C), Donie Bush (SS), Heinie Beckendorf (C), Hughie Jennings (Mgr.), Elijah 'Bumpus' Jones (P).----------------------------------------------------------------- Lefty Leifield (P), Bill Powell (P), Gene Moore (P), George Gibson (C), Sam Frock (P), Harry Camnitz (P), Babe Adams (P), Deacon Phillippe (P), Dots Miller (2B), Mike Simon (C), Honus Wagner (SS), Bill Abstein? (1B), Fred Clarke (LF/Mgr.)

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    • 1909 Brooklyn Superbras panoramic

      Great photo.

      1909 Brooklyn Superbas; 55-98, .359, 6th Place, 55.5 g behind,---BB Ref---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).
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      Top Row, L-R: Bill Bergen (C), Jul Kustus (OF), Nap Rucker (P), Harry McIntyre (P), George Bell (P), Kaiser Wilhelm (P), Tim Jordan (1B), Jimmy Sebring (OF).

      Middle Row: Al Burch (CF/1B), Doc Scanlan (P), Ed Lennox (3B), Doc Marshall (OF/C), Whitey Alperman (2B), Tommy McMillan (SS).

      Bottom Row: George Hunter (OF/P), Tom Catterson (OF), Joe Dunn (C), Harry Lumley (Mgr./RF), John Hummel (UT), Pryor McElveen (UT), Jim Pastorius (P).
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      • Originally posted by Babefan View Post
        Another nice team shot of the Mets this time.
        (from pg.23) it's the 1970 mets actually...
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        the turd in the punchbowl
        reality really sucks.
        enjoy the game more...

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        • Joe McCarthy and a very, very young Bill Veeck, 1928.
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          • 1902 Philadelphia Athletics; 83-53, .610, 5 g ahead, (No WS)---BB Ref

            Top Row, L-R: Highball Wilson (P), Bert Husting (P), Monte Cross (SS), Ed Kenna (P), Socks Seybold (OF), Snake Wiltse (P), Eddie Plank (P), Dave Fultz (CF/2B).

            Bottom Row, L-R: Luis Castro (2B), Lave Cross (3B), Harry Davis (1B), Doc Powers (C), Topsy Hartsel (LF).
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            • 1886 Philadelphia Quakers Team Composite
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              • 1935 Boston Red Sox Team

                1935 Boston Red Sox; 78-75, .510, 4th Place, 16 g behind,---BB Ref---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

                Above Top Row: Mel Almada (CF/RF).

                Top Row, L-R: Logan (trainer), Lou Legett (C), Rube Walberg (P), unidentified (assistant trainer), George Hockett (P), Dib Williams? (UT), Dusty Cooke (OF), Wes Farrell (P), Shorty Shepard (mascot).

                Middle Row, L-R: Hank Johnson (P), Hy Vandenberg (P), Al Niemiec (2B), Skinny Graham (OF), unidentified, George Pipgras (P), Lefty Grove (P), Moe Berg (C), Gordie Hinkle (C), unidentified.

                Next to Bottom Row, L-R: Ski Melillo (2B), Fritz Ostermeuller (P), unidentified, Hanlon, Babe Dahlgren (1B), Johnny Welch (P), Bing Miller (OF), Dusty Rhodes (P), Roy Johnson (LF), Herb Pennock (pitching coach).

                Bottom Row, L-R: Max Bishop (2B), Bill Werber (3B), Moose Solters (OF), Phil Troy (Traveling Secretary), Joe Cronin (SS), Tom Daly (coach), Rick Ferrell (C), Al Schacht (coach), Joe Mulligan (P), Carl Reynolds (OF).
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                • 1909 Washington Senators Team

                  1909 Washington Senators; 42-110, .276, 8th Place, 56 g behind---BB Ref---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

                  L-R: Joe Cantillon (Mgr.), Bill Shipke (IF), Jesse Tannehill (OF), Burt Keeley (P), Bob Ganley (OF), Wid Conroy (3B), Clyde Milan (CF), Red Killefer (OF), Cliff Blankenship? (C), Jimmy Delahanty (2B), Bob Unglaub (UT), Gabby Street (C), George McBride (SS), Doc Gessler? (OF), "Sleepy" Bill Burns (P), Jerry Freeman (IF), Bob Groom (P), Tom Hughes (P), Charlie Smith (P), Jerry Edinger (Trainer), Walter Johnson (P).
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                  • 1903 New York Giants; 84-55, .604; 2nd Place, 6.5 g behind---BB Reference

                    Top Row, L-R: Roger Bresnahan (C), Dan MGann (1B), George Van Haltren (OF), Billy Gilbert (2B), George Browne (OF), Roscoe Miller (P), Charlie Babb (SS), Jack Cronin (P), John Warner (C).

                    Bottom Row, L-R: Frank Bowerman (C), Joe McGinnity (P), John McGraw (Mgr./UT), Christy Mathewson (P), Dummy Taylor (P), Billy Lauder (3B).
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                    • 1905 Philadelphia Athletics; 92-56, .622, 2 g ahead, (WS: L 4-1 to Giants)---BB Ref

                      Top Row, L-R: Chief Bender (P), Harry Davis (1B), Weldon Henley (P), Rube Waddell (P), Eddie Plank (P), Danny Hoffman (OF), Socks Seybold (RF), John Knight (SS)

                      Middle Row, L-R: Danny Murphy (2B), Andy Coakley (P), Ossee Schreckengost (C), Connie Mack (Mgr.), Lave Cross (3B, captain), Bris Lord (CF), Monte Cross (SS).

                      Bottom Row, L-R: Joe Myers (P), Topsy Hartsel (LF), Doc Powers (C), Harry Barton (C), Jimmy Dygert (P).


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                      • 1903 Boston Americans; 91-47, .659, 14.5 g ahead, (WS: W 5-3 over Pirates),---BB Ref

                        Top Row, L-R: George Winter (P), Jack O'Brien (UT), Duke Farrell (C), Bill Dineen (P), Candy LaChance (1B), Patsy Dougherty (LF), Tom Hughes (P), Buck Freeman (RF), Lou Criger (C).

                        Bottom Row, L-R: Jake Stahl (CF), Fred Parent (SS), Cy Young (P), Jimmy Collins (3B/Captain), Hobe Ferris (2B), Norwood Gibson (P).
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                        • 1903 New York Highlanders; 72-62, .537, 4th Place, 17 g behind,---BB Ref

                          Top Row, L-R: Fred Holmes (1B), Jack Chesbro (P), Monte Beville (C) John Ganzel (1B), Wid Conroy (3B), Jesse Tannehill (P), Herm McFarland (OF).

                          Middle Row, L-R: John Deering (P), Willie Keeler (RF), Clark Griffith (P), Harry Howell (P), Jimmy Williams (2B).

                          Bottom Row, L-R: Barney Wolfe (P), (mascot), Lefty Davis (LF).
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                          • Thanks for the great photos!

                            Here is a shot of Dimaggio with the Seals that I hope all will enjoy as much as I have enjoyed the many outstanding photos on this site. At least it is here if I have done this uploading correctly.
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                            • The 1930 Series

                              Here's Cochrane scoring on an Al Simmons homer in the 1930 Series. Or is it '31?
                              Originally posted by lollar
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                              That would be a Simmons home run in game one of the 1931 World Series. That was the only time in the '30 or '31 World Series that he homered in St. Louis, where that picture was taken.
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                              • An interesting turn-of-the-century panoramic. Boston, September 24, 1908.

                                Top Row, L-R: Goerge Wood, Tommy Bond, James O'Rouke, Walter Barnes (sports writer), John Manning, Dr. S. A. Hopkins, Samuel H. Hooper, Robert Wheelock Jere, Hurley, George Rich, Mertle Hackett, Tommy McCarthy Clarence Smith, Alan Hubbard, Rufus S. Woodward, Harry Burt, John Numm, George Richardson, George Foster, Wiolliam Fulsom, James A. Gallivan, L. A. Frothingham, Colonel Samuel E. Winslow, William H. Coolidge, Walter I. Badger, Cononel Everett C. Benton, W. F. Garelon.

                                Bottom Row, L-R: Tim Murnane (sports writer), Frank Barrows, Harry Schaefer, John Morrill, F. H. Whitney, A. G. Spalding, Dr. Thomas Gunning, George A. Sawyer, J. W. Rollins, John Kent, Webster Thayer, Ivers W. Adams, John A. Lowell, George A. Flagg, John Foster, Fred Thayer, Frank W. Blair, Samuel J. Elder, A. H. Latham, James Tyng, Rev. C. F. Carter, Harry Beaman, Arthur Crocker Billy Nash, Charles H. Burt, Frank Whitney.
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