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  • 1907 World Series - Cubs Vs. Tigers
    West Side Grounds - Chicago, Illinois
    Originally posted by Bill Burgess
    In the above picture, what the hell are those people doing, sitting there, behind the right field wall, in that trench?
    Originally posted by BSmile
    Well...there's people sitting on top of the apartments, people walking outside the wall...and there's people sitting in the RF bleachers. The 2nd (higher) wall and poles are situated above them.
    Originally posted by Bill Burgess
    Maybe they are actually situated higher than the fans in the right-field grandstands, and there are holes cut in the wood fence for them to peep through.
    Last edited by BSmile; 07-31-2010, 09:59 PM.
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    • 1959 New York Yankees Team

      1959 New York Yankees; 79-75, .513, 3rd Place, 15 g behind,---BB Ref

      Top Row, L-R: Bob Turley (P), Andy Carey (3B), Eli Grba (RP), Duke Maas (P), Hank Bauer (RF), Ken Hunt (RF), Clete Boyer (SS), Marv Throneberry (1B), Gary Blaylock (P), Hector Lopez (3B).

      Middle Row, L-R: Gus Mauch (trainer), Norm Siebern (LF), Elston Howard (C), Art Ditmar (P), Ryne Duren (P), Don Larsen (P), Ralph Terry (P), Jim Coates (RP), Johnny Blanchard (UF), Yogi Berra (C).

      Bottom Row, L-R: Whitey Ford (P), Mickey Mantle (CF), Enos Slaughter (OF), Bobby Richardson (2B), Bobby Shantz (RP), Frankie Crosetti (coach), Casey Stengel (Mgr.), Jim Turner (coach), Ralph Hauk (coach), Tony Kubek (SS), Bill Skowron (1B), Gil McDougald (IF).
      Last edited by Bill Burgess; 04-17-2010, 10:04 AM.
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      • 1910 Chicago Cubs Team

        1910 Chicago Cubs; 104-50, .675, 13 g ahead, (WS: L 4-1 to A's)---BB Ref

        Top Row, L-R: Ginger Beaumont (OF), Johnny Kling (C), Big Jack Pfeffer (P), Heinie Zimmerman (IF), Orlie Weaver (P), John Kane (UT), Jimmy Archer (C), Ed Reulbach (P), Harry McIntire (P), Lew Richie (P), Jack Pfiester (P).

        Bottom Row, L-R: King Cole (P), Jimmy Sheckard (LF), Joe Tinker (SS), Solly Hofman (CF/1B), Frank Chance (1B/Mgr.), Mordecai Brown (P), Harry Steinfeldt (3B), Oval Overall (P), Tom Needham (C), Bill Foxen (P), Frank Schulte (RF).
        Last edited by Bill Burgess; 05-04-2010, 08:36 PM.
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        • Forbes Field - Pittsburgh - c.1909
          I've been playing with this one for a while. I pieced it together from 5 photos in the LOC...then added color/sharpness etc. Not sure of the exact year or game. Enjoy!
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          • Forbes Field - November 6, 1915
            I originally posted this one in the Forbes Field thread in the Ballparks section. I figured that I'd post it here too (even though it's a football game), because it's in a famous baseball park.
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            • Forbes Field - Left Field Panoramic c.1909
              Love the straw hats!!
              http://www.hathistory.org/dress/index.html
              Last edited by BSmile; 05-06-2010, 08:40 PM.
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              • Yankee Stadium Opening Day - April 20, 1932
                Final Score: NY Yankees (8) v. Philadelphia A's (3)
                http://www.baseball-reference.com/bo...93204200.shtml
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                • 1943 Boston Braves Team

                  1943 Boston Braves; 68-85, .444, 6th Place, 36.5 g behind,---BB Ref

                  Top Row, L-R: Armond Cardoni (P), Bill Heltzel (3B), Connie Ryan (2B), Bill 'Whitey' Wietelmann (SS), Kerby Farrell (1B), Tommy Holmes (CF), Phil Masi (C), Joe Burns (3B).

                  Middle Row, L-R: Charles 'Chuck' Workman (RF), Chet Ross (LF), Elmer 'Butch' Nieman (LF), Manny Salvo (P), John Dagenhard (P), Carl Lindquist (P), Clarence 'Butch' Etchison (1B), Charles 'Red' Barrett (P), Eddie Joost (3B).

                  Bottom Row, L-R: John McCarthy (1B), Al Javery (P), Hugh Poland (C), Nate Andrews (P), Casey Stengel (Mgr.), George Kelly (coach), Bob Coleman (coach), Clyde Kluttz (C), Jim Tobin (P).
                  Last edited by Bill Burgess; 05-22-2010, 08:54 PM.
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                  • 1944 Boston Braves Team

                    1944 Boston Braves; 65-89, .433, 6th Place, 40 g behind,---BB Ref

                    Top Row, L-R: Ira Hutchinson (P), Ben Cardoni (P), Woody Rich (P), John Hutchings (P), Clyde Kluttz (C), Frank Drews (2B), Stu Hofferth (C), Jim Tobin (P).

                    Middle Row, L-R: Al Javery (P), Charley Workman (RF), Elmer Nieman (P), Bill 'Whitey' Wietelmann (SS), Warren Huston (3B), Buck Etchison (1B), Charles 'Red' Barrett (P), Ralph B. May (trainer).

                    Bottom Row, L-R: Max Macon (UF), George Young (Assistant trainer), Damon 'Dee' Phillips (3B), Nate Andrews (P), Tom Sheehan (coach), Bob Coleman (Mrg.), Benny Bengough (coach), Tommy Holmes (CF), Phil Masi (C).
                    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 05-22-2010, 08:53 PM.
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                    • 1943 Philadelpia Phillies; 64-90, .416, 7th Place, 41 g behind,---BB Ref

                      Top Row, L-R: Dale Matthewson (P), Herman 'Coaker' Triplett (LF), Ray Hamrick (2B), Merrill 'Pinky' May (3B), Andy Seminick (C), Al Gerheauser (P).

                      Middle Row, L-R: Leo Miller (trainer), Newt Kimball (P), Dick Barrett (P), John 'Deacon' Donahue (P), Schoolboy Rowe (P), Bill Lee (P), Jack 'Tex' Kraus (P), Ron Northey (RF).

                      Bottom Row, L-R: Glen Stewart (SS), Jim Wasdell (1B), Chuck Klein (LF), Fred Fitzximmons (Mgr.), Buster Adams (CF), Ben Culp (C), Rogers McKee (P).
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                      Last edited by Bill Burgess; 12-08-2010, 04:36 PM.

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                      • That's odd, the 1943 and 1944 Boston Braves-don't know that I've ever seen a team picture in road uniforms before.
                        Originally posted by BSmile
                        Good eye! Yeah, that's pretty uncommon...except for The Sporting News team pics of this era. I'm guessing that the photographer (George Dorrill) picked one ballpark to take the pics (maybe St.Louis?). So when the team came to town, he took the team picture. I think this is similar to what happened for Topps baseball card pics of the 1950s/60s/early-70s. Topps was based in NY, so all the players were shown in NY parks. All of the AL players were snapped in Yankee Stadium for instance. Finally, a lot of team pics that were taken in spring training happened to be road uni's...perhaps for the same reason. For instance, here's a few beautiful new NYY pics I found......
                        Originally posted by ol' aches and pains
                        Yeah, I knew about all the Topps cards photos being shot in NY parks, but I figured an official team picture would be taken by the team photographer on the team's home turf. But if these came from The Sporting News, as you say, they were probably shot in St. Louis.
                        Last edited by Bill Burgess; 05-27-2010, 11:31 AM.
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                        • 1935 NY Yankees Team - Spring Training

                          1935 New York Yankees; 89-60, .597, 2nd Place, 3 g behind,---BB Ref
                          ---Photo identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).
                          Some of the unknowns may be minor leaguers invited to Spring training, but did not make the team. Can't find Goerge Selkirk and Pat malone, who were on the team.

                          Top, L-R: Earle Combs (OF), Tony Lazzeri (2B), Dixie Walker (OF), Don Heffner (IF), Johnny Murphy (P), Russ Van Atta (P), Jim DeShong? (P), unidentified, Myril Hoag (OF).

                          2nd, L-R: Johnny Allen (P), Joe Glenn (C), Red Ruffing (P), Ben Chapman (CF), Art Jorgens (C), Johnny Nee (Scout), Paul Krichell (Scout), Jack Saltzgaver (IF), Blondy Ryan? (IF).

                          3rd, L-R: George Ruppert (VP), Lou Gehrig (1B), Red Rolfe (3B), Bill Dickey (C), Lefty Gomez (P), Johnny Broaca (P), Art Fletcher (Coach), Jacob Ruppert (Owner/President), Joe McCarthy (Mgr.), Joe Sewell (Coach), Frankie Crosetti (SS), Nolan Richardson? (IF), Mark Roth (Traveling Secretary), Jumbo Brown (P).

                          Front, L-R: Doc Erle Painter (Trainer), unidentified, Charlie Devens? (P), Jesse Hill (LF), Waite Hoyt?, unidentified, unidentified, Leroy Schalk? (2B).
                          Last edited by Bill Burgess; 05-26-2010, 03:34 PM.
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                          • 1936 NY Yankees Team - Spring Training
                            First team pic with DiMaggio! (2nd row, Gehrig over his left shoulder!)

                            1936 New York Yankees; 102-51, .667, 19.5 g ahead, (WS: W 4-2 over Giants)---BB Ref---Player identifications provided courtesy of Gary Livacari (GaryL).

                            Top, L-R: Jack Saltzgaver (IF), George Selkirk(RF), Jumbo Brown (P), Red Ruffing (P), Steve Sundra (P), Johnny Murphy (P), Dixie Walker (OF), Red Rolfe (3B).

                            2nd, L-R: Joe Glenn (C), Johnny Broaca (P), Atley Donald (P), Jake Powell (CF), Monte Pearson ((P), Tony Lazzeri (2B), Johnny Allen (P), Bump Hadley (P).

                            3rd, L-R: Doc Erle Painter (Trainer), Mark Roth (Traveling Secretary), Art Fletcher (Coach), Earle Combs (Coach), Johnny Schulte (Coach), George Weiss (Secretary), Jacob Ruppert (Owner/President), Joe McCarthy (Mgr.), Bob Seeds? (OF), Ted Kleinhans (P), Joe DiMaggio (LF), Lou Gehrig (1B), Frankie Crosetti (SS), George Ruppert (VP).

                            Front, L-R: Lefty Gomez (P), Pat Malone (P), unidentified, Bill Dickey (C), Myril Hoag (OF), Don Heffner (IF), Art Jorgens (C), Bob Wicker (P), Roy Johnson (OF).
                            Last edited by Bill Burgess; 07-16-2010, 04:33 PM.
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                            • If this helps any . . .

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                              • Originally posted by RuthMayBond View Post
                                Should be a help with ID's for pics!
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