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    1928 New York Yankees Team Panoramic
    Spring Training In St. Petersburg, Florida
    ~ Here’s the last of the Miller Huggins led Yankees World Championship teams (he would tragically pass away in 1929). This squad would feaure no less than 9 future Hall of Famers including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Earle Combs, Stan Coveleski, Bill Dickey, Leo Durocher, Waite Hoyt, Tony Lazzeri and Herb Pennock. Huggins would also join them all in the HOF, along with team president Edward Barrow and owner Col. Jacob Ruppert.
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    1927 New York Yankees Team Panoramic
    Spring Training In St. Petersburg, Florida
    ~ Here’s a classic shot (and new edit) of one of the all-time classic teams, the ‘27 Yankees, as they take a break from training in the Florida sun to capture a moment in time. Lou Gehrig has a big smile on his face as he stands next to Babe Ruth in the back row, perhaps feeling a good omen of what the coming season will bring.
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    Last edited by BSmile; 03-01-2015, 06:49 AM.

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    but first...

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    Originally posted by FredMcGriffsGhost View Post
    Youdaman, BSmile. Did you ever find more of the 1932 stuff you were going to post?
    Yup, more coming soon....

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  • FredMcGriffsGhost
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    Youdaman, BSmile. Did you ever find more of the 1932 stuff you were going to post?

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    1932 Washington Senators Team Panoramic
    1932 Senators Team Stats
    ~ It's been a while since I've posted an actual panoramic...so enjoy this fresh new edit of the '32 Senators, led by manager Walter Johnson!
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    Last edited by BSmile; 02-20-2015, 07:24 AM.

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    1926 St. Louis Stars Team
    1926 Stars Team Stats
    ~ From the old days of the Negro National League, this amazing team had three future Baseball Hall of Fame players: Cool Papa Bell, Mule Suttles and Willie Wells.
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    The Spalding World Baseball Tour Stops At The Sphinx
    “Spalding American Base Ball Party - Chicago vs. All America at the Sphinx. Feb. 9th 1889”
    ~ "The 1888/89 World Tour was the idea of sporting goods magnate Albert Spalding, who sought to introduce and popularize the American game of baseball to the four corners of the world. The Tourists, who were comprised of members of the Chicago White Stockings and an all-star group of players from both the National League and American Association, traveled to five different continents and visited fourteen different countries during their five month journey. Among the notables who participated in the tour were Cap Anson, John Ward, George Wright, Ed Hanlon, Ned Williamson, George Van Haltren, and James Ryan. In World Tourist James Ryan's journal of the Tour, his entry for February 9, 1889 reads in part: "Today is a gala day for us for a visit has been arranged to the Sphinx and Pyramids...We then had our photographs taken sitting upon the face and shoulders of the Sphinx and descending to the plain introduced the game of baseball to the Sheiks and children of Isreal upon the desert sands of Egypt. Five innings satisfied us for the fine sand blowing into our eyes made them sore so we mounted our camels and donkeys and rode home to Cairo." (excerpt from REA 2006)
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    1950 "Kill The Ump" Cast Photo
    Including Duke Snider (front row, 2nd from left)
    ~ Hey gang, check out today’s Uni Watch: There’s No Service Like Wire Service, Vol. 54, featuring all my handiwork/edits in an all “BSmile Edition”. Thanks! ~B
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    1949 Alacranes del Almendares Team
    Caribbean Series Champions
    ~ Here’s the winners of the first ever Carribean Series, a great team that included HOF’er Monte Irvin, former Brooklyn Dodgers star Al Gionfriddo and tournament MVP Agapito Mayor.
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    1903 Detroit Tigers Team
    1903 Tigers Team Stats
    ~ The dapper man in the bowler hat is Mgr. Ed Barrow, the man who turned Babe Ruth from a pitcher into a slugger. He would also manage the Boston Red Sox (1918-20), have a legendary career as an executive with the New York Yankees (1921-46), and become a Hall of Famer in his own right in 1953.
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    1945 St. Louis Cardinals Team
    1945 Cardinals Team Stats
    ~ From 70 Years Ago...including rookie Red Schoendienst, born on February 2, 1923. Happy 92nd Birthday Red!
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    31st Annual BBWAA Dinner Panoramic
    Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, NYC - January 31, 1954
    The New York Chapter Baseball Writers' Association of America
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  • BSmile
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    Originally posted by FredMcGriffsGhost View Post
    Ah, success!

    (Apologies, it's not really a panorama and not a team picture so it probably doesn't belong here. I'll put further ones that don't fit in another thread.)
    No worries, but yes...I try to limit the thread to panoramics and teams. Anyways, good that you figured out how to post pics!

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  • FredMcGriffsGhost
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    Ah, success!

    (Apologies, it's not really a panorama and not a team picture so it probably doesn't belong here. I'll put further ones that don't fit in another thread.)

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