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  • Can you help?

    Does anybody have a nice large pic of one of the 1924 Yankees wearing one of the Bradley Sweaters pictured in image #235? If you have one could you please post it? Thanks!

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      • 1904 Boston Americans (Red Sox) v. Chicago White Sox (Aug. 14, 1904)
        It's been a while...here's a new and spectacular one. Cheers! ~B

        Originally posted by RuthMayBond
        Four outfielders? (three to the left of dead center?)
        Originally posted by OleMissCub
        That picture is all kinds of funky. Look how shallow those outfielders are.....
        Originally posted by ol' aches and pains
        Well, it was the "dead ball era"...

        Beautiful pic, BTW.
        Originally posted by Babefan
        Great panoramic that 1904 Boston vs White Sox. Just looking at it, I feel as if I am in the outfield stands looking down. Amazing...
        Last edited by BSmile; 02-12-2011, 09:34 PM.
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        • And now... the worst team in American League history!

          1916 Philadelphia Athletics; 36-117, .235, 54.5 g behind,---BB Ref---Finished 8th in AL!

          Top Row, L-R: Weaver, Strunk, Walsh, Stellbauer, Auldsworth, Parnham, Bush, Davis, Richardson, Crane, Lajoie, Morrisette, Wyckoff, Murphy, Bressler, Crowell, Nabors, Myers, Thomas.

          Bottom Row, L-R: Meyer, Evans, Mellinger, Ray, Perkins, Thompson, Malone, Schang, McConnell, Witt, Pick, McInnis, Oldring and Sheehan.
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          Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-22-2009, 08:32 PM.

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          • 1930's Lou Gehrig "Huskies Cereal" Promo Ad
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            • 1930's Lou Gehrig "Huskies Cereal" Promo Ad (inside)
              Last edited by BSmile; 09-02-2009, 07:33 AM.
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              • 1930's Lou Gehrig "Huskies Cereal" Promo Ad (Cover)
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                • Sisler Joins The Boston Braves - May 29, 1928
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                  • Foxx Sets Walking Record, Ties Another - June 16, 1938
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                    • Ty Cobb Shows His Bunt Move
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                      • Wow!

                        BS these Gehrig ads are amazing! Great job!!! I love the old ads and I have never seen these. Thanks!!!!

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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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                          Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-11-2010, 10:01 PM.

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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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                            Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-11-2010, 02:02 PM.

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                            • Cubs vs. Giants - Wrigley Field, Chicago - July 9, 1944
                              Babefan posted this one yesterday while I was (ironically) working on it (yes, I'm on every mailing list!) Here's my version.
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                              • 1953 PF Flyers Baseball Ad Poster
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