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  • Harry Lillis Crosby---AKA Bing Crosby

    Minority Owner: Pittsburgh Pirates, August 8, 1946 - 1960's?.

    Born: May 3, 1903, Tacoma, WA
    Died: October 14, 1977, Beverly Hills, CA, age 74,---d. Heart attack, buried at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Culver City, Los Angeles county, CA

    Pittsburgh Pirates' Vice-President, 1947 - 1960's. Owned 15% of Pirates.

    -----------March 18, 1950

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    John Irving Taylor:


    Owner: Boston Red Sox, winter, 1903-04 - September, 1911

    Born: January 14, 1875
    Died: January 26, 1938, Boston, MA, age 63,---d. in hospital after a brief illness.[/B]

    He was the 3rd and youngest son of General Charles H. Taylor, a publisher of The Boston Globe. John decided to build a new ballpark to replace Huntington Avenue Grounds on his own land. Construction commenced in September 1911. It took only one year for the 27,000 seat ballpark to be constructed. Named Fenway Park and built of steel and concrete, the ballpark had only one level of seating. Fenway Park opened on April 20, 1912.

    He sold half the club in September, 1911 to James R. McAleer/Robert McRoy for $150,000. He continued on as a vice-president, with half-interest in the team, but with no controling interest.

    -----------------------------------------------------------February 9, 1914


    Harry N. Hempstead:


    New York Giants' President, November 27, 1912 - January 14, 1919

    Born: June 25, 1868, Philadelphia, PA
    Died: March 26, 1938, age 69,---d. stroke

    Following the 1912 World Series, Giants' owner, John Brush headed to California to regain his health. He died in his private car in Louisiana, Missouri. The team passed to his heirs; his wife Elsie Lorraine (b. February 19, 1889, Kansas City, MO) and daughters, Eleanor B. (b. March 18, 1872, Albany, NY) and Natalie. Eleanor's husband, Harry Hempstead, who had served as the team's vice-president, assumed control over the team's day to day affairs, and rose to team President. He sold most of his stock to a group headed by New York broker Charles A. Stoneham on January 14, 1919. For a number of years, he had handled Mr. Brush's clothing business in Indianapolis, IN.
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 11-27-2011, 04:05 PM.

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    • William Louis 'Bill' Veeck: (rhymes with wreck)

      Owner: Cleveland Indians, 1946 - 1949.
      St. Louis Browns, 1951 - 1953.
      Chicago White Sox, 1959 - 1961, 1976 - 1980.

      Born: February 9, 1914, Chicago, IL
      Died: January 2, 1986, Chicago, IL, age 72,---d. heart attack

      Wikipedia: Bill Veeck, Jr.


      ---------------------1952

      Last edited by Bill Burgess; 08-22-2009, 11:50 PM.

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      • August Anheuser (Gussie) Busch, Jr.

        Owner: St. Louis Cardinals, 1953 - 1989

        Born: March 28, 1899, St. Louis, MO
        Died: September 29, 1989, St. Louis, MO, age 90

        Mother: Alice Edna Zisemann, born St. Louis, October, 1867, died May 27, 1958, Grant's Farm, St. Louis, MO; Fourth wife: Margaret Snyder, born around 1916, died August 4, 1988, St. Louis, MO. She married August around 1981.

        Came from a line of successful St. Louis beer brewers; Beer is the source of the family wealth; Cardinals President (1953 - 1989). Buried at Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis, MO

        Owner, chairman of the board, president and CEO of St. Louis Cardinals (1953-89)…Won NL pennants in 1968, '85, and '87 and World Championships 1964, '67, '82…President of Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co., 1946-75, and led them to become the largest brewery in the world…Instrumental in the building of Busch Stadium…Active in civic involvement and philanthropy.
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        OBITUARY By ROBERT McG. THOMAS Jr.: The Associated Press

        August Anheuser Busch Jr., the master showman and irrepressible salesman who turned a small family operation into the world's largest brewing company, died yesterday at his home in suburban St. Louis County, Mo. He was 90 years old and had recently been hospitalized with pneumonia.

        He had been honorary chairman of the Anheuser-Busch Companies since his retirement in 1975. But he had remained active as the president of the St. Louis Cardinals, the National League baseball club he persuaded the company's board to buy in 1953.

        Mr. Busch, known as Gussie to virtually everybody who did not know him and as Gus to those who knew him well enough not to call him Mr. Busch, was the grandson and great-grandson of the founders of the company that bore two of his names.

        The company, founded in 1876, survived Prohibition by moving into widely diverse products like soft drinks and automobile bodies.

        Born in St. Louis on March 28, 1899, Mr. Busch entered the family business as a young man and became general superintendent of brewing operations in 1924. He took over as head of the brewery division after the death of his father in 1934. Although he did not become president of the company until the death of his older brother, Adolphus Busch 3d, in 1946, Mr. Busch had already made his mark as a salesman-showman.

        To celebrate the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, Mr. Busch recalled the draft horses that had once pulled beer wagons in Germany and pre-automotive America and obtained a team to haul the first case of Budweiser down Pennsylvania Avenue for delivery to President Franklin D. Roosevelt at the White House. Since then the famous eight-horse hitch of Clydesdales has become almost as famous as the brand they continue to promote.

        What was undoubtedly Mr. Busch's greatest promotional coup was disguised as a civic duty - the company's purchase of the Cardinals for $7.8 million in 1953 after the previous owner was convicted of income tax invasion.

        ''My ambition,'' Mr. Busch declared, ''is, whether hell or high water, to get a championship baseball team for St. Louis before I die.''

        He had a long wait. But beginning in 1964, the team won six National League pennants, most recently in 1987, and the World Series in 1964, 1967 and 1982.

        Mr. Busch savored success, and he became a familiar triumphant figure to baseball fans in league playoffs and World Series home games when he would ride into Busch Stadium on the Clydesdale wagon waving a red cowboy hat.

        He attributed the team's success and the company's to his policy of noninterference. Even so, he was active in the club's affairs long after he left the company to others, and in 1982 he led the campaign among major league owners not to retain the previous commissioner, Bowie Kuhn.

        Through the Clydesdales and the Cardinals, other promotional gimmicks and a commitment to mass advertising, Mr. Busch turned a comparatively small and financially ailing company into the industry giant. In his 29 years as the company's active head, sales of beer went from 3 million to 37 million barrels a year. Last year the company produced 78.5 million barrels, almost double the output of its nearest competitor, and recorded sales of $9.7 billion. Its flagship brand, Budweiser, is the most popular beer in the world.

        Through direct ownership and various trusts, Mr. Busch owned 12.5 percent of the company, or more than 30 million shares of its common stock. At yesterday's closing price of $43.375 on the New York Stock Exchange, the holdings were worth more than $1.3 billion. The day's increase of $1.125 a share represented a gain of more than $30 million. Trading in the company's stock was suspended for 20 minutes after the announcement of his death.

        Mr. Busch, at 5 feet 10 inches tall and 165 pounds, was a man of medium stature, but he had a loud voice that was once likened to the roar of a hoarse lion.

        Fortunately for his colleagues, he had a sense of humor about his own shortcomings, which included a hairtrigger temper. ''All right, you guys,'' he once shouted at a raucous company meeting. ''Let me blow my stack first. Then you can blow yours.'' He also had an outsized zest for life, and both the wealth and the inclination to indulge it.

        Among other things, his 281-acre estate, Grant's Farm, includes a cabin built by hand by President Ulysses S. Grant and has a 34-room French Renaissance chateau and a well-stocked private zoo, which reflect his abiding love of animals. Mr. Busch trained his own chimpanzees and elephants before donating them to the St. Louis Zoo.

        A onetime rodeo rider who later served as master of the Bridlespur Hunt outside St. Louis, Mr. Busch stocked his air-conditioned stables with several breeds, including hackneys, hunters and jumpers.

        He clattered his way into family legend one day when he rode one of his horses up the main staircase of the family residence to cheer up his bedridden father.

        Mr. Busch was married four times. Two of the marriages ended in divorce. His last wife, the former Margaret Rohde, died last year.

        His survivors include a sister, Mrs. Carl W. Gronewaldt of Cooperstown, N.Y., and 10 children. They are Carlota Busch Giersch of Pasadena, Calif., and Lilly Busch Hermann of St. Louis, both daughters of the late Mrs. Marie Church Busch; August A. Busch 3d of St. Louis and Elizabeth Busch Burke of Middleburg, Va., children of the late Elizabeth Overton Busch; Adolphus A. Busch 4th of St. Louis, Beatrice Busch von Gontard of St. Louis, Peter W. Busch of Vero Beach, Fla., Trudy Busch Valentine of St. Louis, William K. Busch of St. Louis and Andrew D. Busch of St. Louis, all children of Gertrude Buholzer Busch.

        Mr. Busch is also survived by 27 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. The funeral is to be private, and details of a memorial service will be announced later.
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        Augie's wikipedia page
        Gussie Busch---From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

        August "Gussie" Anheuser Busch, Jr. (March 28, 1899 – September 29, 1989) was an American brewing magnate who built the Anheuser-Busch Companies into the largest brewery in the world as company chairman from 1946-75, and became a prominent sportsman as owner of the St. Louis Cardinals franchise in Major League Baseball from 1953 until his death.

        Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Busch was the grandson of brewery founder Adolphus Busch (died 1913) and grandfather of current CEO August Busch IV. August Anheuser Busch, Sr., who headed the brewing firm earlier, died in 1934. He succeeded his older brother Adolphus Busch III as President and CEO. He originated the use of the now famous Clydesdale team as a company logo in the 1930s. Such Clydesdales were presented to his father pulling a Budweiser beer wagon to commemorate the end of Prohibition.

        The number 85 was retired by the St. Louis Cardinals in honor of Gussie Busch in 1984As chairman, president or CEO of the Cardinals from the time the club was purchased by the brewery in 1953 until his death, Busch oversaw a team which won six National League championships (1964, 1967, 1968, 1982, 1985, 1987) and three World Series (1964, 1967 and 1982) under his stewardship. In 1984, the Cardinals' board of directors retired the uniform number 85 for him, in honor of his age at the time.

        Although the Cardinals were by far the dominant baseball team in St. Louis, in 1953 their owner, Fred Saigh, was in financial and tax difficulty, and the club did not even own its own ballpark (it was a tenant of the "stepchild" St. Louis Browns in Sportsman's Park). Amid rumors of a move to Milwaukee or Houston, Anheuser-Busch bought the Redbirds, and after the Browns relocated to Baltimore for 1954, it also purchased the ballpark, renaming it Busch Stadium (but only after a failed attempt to name the ground Budweiser Park). The current stadium bearing that name was opened in 2006 replacing the prior Busch Stadium which opened in 1966.

        Busch died at age 90 in St. Louis on September 29, 1989.[2] Seven years later in 1996, Anheuser-Busch sold the Cardinals to a group of investors led by William DeWitt, Jr.

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        ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Stan Musial with August A. Busch, March 5, 1973

        Last edited by Bill Burgess; 03-31-2011, 06:03 PM.

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        • Robert Edward (Ted) Turner, III:

          Owner: Atlanta Braves, 1976 - 2005; Also served as President

          Born: November 19, 1938, Cincinnati, OH
          Died: Still Alive

          Below is an excerpt from Ted's Wikipedia page
          He purchased the Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Hawks in 1976 partially to provide sports programming for his TV station, and similarly created the Goodwill Games in 1986. His relationship with the Braves was somewhat peculiar before the team's success in the 1990s; Turner was one of the more hands-on owners in baseball history, at one point going as far as to give the team's regular manager the day off so Turner could manage. About this experience, he famously said, "Managing isn't that difficult, you just have to score more runs than the other guy". Among other things, Turner suggested the nickname "Channel" for pitcher Andy Messersmith and jersey number 17, in order to promote the television station that aired Braves games. Major League Baseball quickly nixed the idea. Turner Field, which was first used for the 1996 Summer Olympics as Centennial Olympic Stadium and then converted into a baseball-only facility for the Braves shortly thereafter, is named after him.

          Turner bought the Braves in 1976 and owned the team during its run of 14 consecutive division championships from 1991 to 2005 until his Turner Broadcasting merged with Time Warner and then AOL. Time Warner Chairman Gerald Levin eased Turner out of the management of the company, even with Turner owning more shares than anyone. The team was swallowed up by Time Warner and then sold to Liberty Media in 2007; at the time the team was valued at $450 million.
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          • James C. Dunn:

            Owner: Cleveland Indians, 1916 - 1922

            Born: September 11, 1866, Marshalltown, IA
            Died: June 9, 1922, Chicago, IL, age 56,---d. at home,---Buried Riverside Cemetery, Marshalltown IA.

            Earning his fortune in raillroad construction work, he was the owner of the Cleveland Indians from 1916 until his death.

            Upon his death, ownership of the Cleveland Indians passed to his widow, who sold the team in 1928. But she never assumed direct, personal management of the team, but retained Ernest S. Barnard to run the team.

            --------------------------1916


            Edith Rosabelle (Forney) (Dunn) Pross:


            Owner: Cleveland Indians, 1922 - 1928

            Born: April 19, 1863, Marshalltown, IA
            Died: July 25, 1945, Pasadena, CA, age 82

            Cleveland Indians owner, 1922 - 1928; widow of James C. (Jack) Dunn,who owned the Indians from 1916 to his death in 1922. She never served as club President. She retained Ernest S. Barnard. She sold the team before the 1928 season to Alva Bradley.

            She married George Purvis Pross on December 26, 1929, in Ventura, CA.
            George Pross, (born: July 11, 1887, NY; died: May 26, 1967, Laguna Beach, CA)
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            Frank J. Farrell:

            Co-Owner: New York Highlanders (Yankees), 1903 - 1915 (along with William F. Devery)

            Born: June, 1864, New York
            Died: February 10, 1926, Atlantic City, NJ, age 61,---d. At the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, of heart disease, following an attact of bronchitis

            Wikipedia: Frank Farrell

            Along with William F. Devery, owned the NY Highlanders (Yankees).
            They purchased the Baltimore Orioles on January 9, 1903 for $18,000 and moved it to New York City. They built the 1st Yankee ballpark for $300K.

            Mr. Farrell had also owned racing enterprises, and racing horses, gambling houses, and asorted other business interests. Farrell was involved in New York City gambling, and owned pool halls and a casino. At one time he was the partner of William Burbridge.

            On January 29, 1915 Farrell and Devery sold the team to Jacob Ruppert and Tillinghast L'Hommedieu Huston for $460,000. Farrell died in Atlantic City, New Jersey, of a heart attack, after recovering from a bout of bronchitis.

            1913-1915: Top Row: L-R: Frank Navin (Detroit owner), Joe Lannin (Red Sox owner), Frank J. Farrell (NY Highlanders' owner).
            Seated: L-R: Charles Comiskey (White Sox owner), Ban Johnson (AL Pres.), Benjamin S. Minor (Washington Pres.).-----------------------------------------------------------------Frank Chance signs contract with Frank Farrell, 1913.

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            • How many times did a player's image appear in this archive?

              I thought some might find it interesting to know just how many times a player's image appears in this photo archive. I took the time to go through it and counted them up.

              I didn't include team photos, but did include small groupings of 4-5 players posing together.

              I omitted the umpires, and the Death Benefit game team photos of Tim Murnane/Addie Joss. So, here they are.

              23 times - Eddie Collins,
              21 - Joe Jackson
              19 - Hornsby
              18 - Waddell
              17 - Sisler, Wagner
              16 - C. Mack
              15 - P. Alexander,
              14 - Roush, Cobb
              13 - Ruth, C. Comiskey
              12 - Speaker, Gehrig, T. Williams, Traynor, P. Crosley.
              11 - W. Johnson, Wheat, Chase
              10 - Lajoie, DiMaggio, Campanella, F. Clarke, J. Ruppert
              9 - Bresnahan, E. Walsh, Schalk, Hubbell, Clemente, Clark Griffith,
              8 - Frisch, Simmons, Dickey, Musial, Ebbetts, John L. Comiskey, Yawkey, F. Navin.
              7 - C. Young, Aaron, F. Chance, Stargell, Blackwell, Mathews, Santo, Morgan, McGraw, C. Stoneham, B. Shibe, J. Lannin, Dykes.

              6 - Mathewson, Reulbach, Rucker, Faber, Cochrane, Terry, P. Waner, Uhle, J. Foxx, J. Robinson, Mantle, Banks, B. Robinson, B. Gibson, Yaz, Mattingly, Oliva, H. Ramirez, Mauer, Huggins, Busch, S. Anderson, William Baker, Stallings, W. Briggs, D.Allen.

              5 - Crawford, J. Archer, Cicotte, C. Williams, Gehringer, Stengel, L. Gomez, Kaline, Berra, Yount, Trammell, B. Wagner, F. Baker, Killebrew, W. Clark, Sandberg, Alex Rodriguez, S.Breadon, B. Dreyfuss, John Brush, C. Sommers, M. Brown, Carew, Utley, H. Britton, J.Taylor, McKechnie.

              4 - Kling, Joss, R. Dooin, Doc White, B. Weaver, Cravath, J. McCarthy, Klein, Dean, Lyons, W. Ferrell, Score, N. Fox, McCovey, Drysdale, R. Jackson, Schmidt, Bench, Fisk, Molitor, Ripken, Jeter, Pujols, T. Connolly, N. Hanlon, Anson, B. Harris, Grimm, Colonel Huston, William Veeck Sr., Phil Wrigley, Steinbrenner, J. Gaffney, Robert Hedges, E. McKeever, S. McKeever, Bill Veeck, Jr., F. Farrell, Lincecum.

              3 - B. Bradley, B. Wallace, Evers, Sheckard, Plank, C. Mays, Bender, Dauss, Coveleskie, Groh, Lu Blue, G. Wright, K.Cuyler, Shocker, Vance, Grove, J. Gibson, H. Wilson, Greenberg, Cronin, Kiner, J. Gordon, Spahn, W. Mays, Snider, Wilhelm, F. Robinson, Seaver, E. Murray, Palmer, Brett, Puckett, Madlock, G. Perry, Winfield, F. Thomas, A. Belle, Ozzie Smith, Eckersley, Jenkins, Ivan Rodriguez, Ichiro, Bagwell, R. Johnson, V. Guerrero, Clemens, McGwire, Bonds, Dick Williams, K. Gleason, Selee, B. Southwood, Fuchs, W. Wrigley, J. Payson, P. Wrigley, G. Herrmann, P. Rose, Ashburn, B. Minor, Cal Griffith, T. Shibe, C. Von der Ahe, John Galbreath.

              2 - Charleston, Tinker, Daubert, Felsch, Veach, Pennock, J. Bush, Hartnett, Bassler, E. Barrow, T. Spink, Kamm, Emhke, Luque, B. Herman, Appling, Vaughan, Mize, Feller, E. Lanigan, Kluszewski, Face, R. Roberts, Koufax, Marichal, B. Williams, P. Niekro, N. Ryan, Carlton, Hernandez, Raines, Sutter, Boggs, Gwynn, Garciaparra, R. Fingers, Larkin, Grich, Biggio, Rollen, Griffey, Maddux, W. Alston, Weaver, B. Martin, J.Torre, A. Lopez, LaSorda, J. Shibe, I. Shibe, P. De Ball, D. Barnes, A. Bradley, C. Finley, H. Stoneham, Durocher, O'Malley, Schott, Bing Crosby,T. Turner, G. Gossage, James Dunn.

              1 - Rusie, N. Williamson, J. Collins, Ewing, Wood, Paige, McGinnity, Stevenson, Rice, Carey, Ruffing, J. Lloyd, Santop, DiHigo, Bluege, Sewell, B. Lowe, Heilmann, K. Williams, Goslin, B. Meusel, Lombardi, O'Doul, Ott, L. Allen, Radatz, Pascual, Tiant, McDowell, 'Mudcat' Grant, Hodges, Reese, Hershiser, Biggio, J. Franco, Quisenberry, Abreu, Henderson, Vizqel, Blyleven, Concepcion, C. Cooper, C. Fielder, Garvey, Sutter, Gooden, Sonny Jackson, Palmeiro, G. Carter, Munson, C. Hunter, Sosa, Branch Rickey, Billy Cox, W. Herzog, LaRussa, D. Murtaugh, W. Robinson, G. Autry, Schuyler Britton, Kilfoyle.
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              • In case anyone would like to know where some of the great photos were found, here are some fruitful websites to find good photos.

                1. Google Image Search

                2. Yahoo Image Search

                3. Corbis/Betteman (If you register, the watermark disappears)

                4. Getty Images

                5. Sports Illustrated

                6. Spalding Collection (The New York City Library)

                7. Bain Collection (The Library of Congress)

                8. Transcendental Graphics

                9. Chicago Daily News Photos, 1902-1933 (Chicago History Museum)

                10. Detroit News newspaper photo collection. (Walter P. Reuther Library at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI)

                11. Library of Congress (Includes the Bain Collection, and a lot more)

                12. Leland's Auctions

                13. Boston Public Library

                14. Life

                15. Legendary Auctions

                16. Associated Press (AP) Images---You must register, but it is free.

                17. UPI.com

                18. Heritage Auctions

                19. The Conlon Collection

                Hopefully, one day we will see the online baseball photo collections of Culver Pictures, Brown Brothers, the Cooperstown Hall of Fame, & The Conlon Collection, all posted online, in their best, prisinte state, without watermarks, with no anti-downloading software. What a sweet dream for the baseball fans of the world!

                Other collections that might prove fertile could be those of Look, Newsweek and Time.
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                • Here is some feedback for this Historical Photographic Archive. Anyone who would like to contribute any feedback to these photos, can leave it here at the back of the thread. It will be added to the extensive post of feedback. And many thanks for positive feedback. --Bill Burgess

                  Honus Wagner Rules
                  Man, Honus has some serious hops!!!

                  Keep those Honus photos coming! I always knew he had an explosive type athletic body. You can tell from his sinewy arms and wrists he had. I bet he had extremely low body fat. I wouldn't be surprised if he could dunk a basketball. By the way how did you come across all these photos?
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                  Randy:
                  You know what's amazing about that photo too, is we aren't guaranteed that was even the very pinnacle of his leap. That kind of thing happens all the time. You're playing catch with someone, and they let one go a bit high. You just kind of casually leap up to get it. From the wrinkles on the right side of his uni, it almost looks like he has just started to come down.

                  Also, no doubt his big ham hands helped him in fielding, and in controlling the gloves of the day. No wonder so many players played with fractured fingers, always needing to use two hands, or just catching throws the wrong way.

                  Some of these photos for me just re-affirm the notion that players of old were just plain great baseball athletes, no matter what the era. They just lacked the new technology to make them that much better is all.
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                  Johnny:
                  Kind of reminds you of the Lou Gehrig leap over a kneeling DiMaggio's bat.
                  And the best part, none of them were on 'the clear' or any other such thing.
                  Just natural...okay, maybe a little Rye Whiskey
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                  West Coast Orange and Black:
                  just now spotted this thread for the first time, bill.

                  hat's off to sultan! many thanx, man.
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                  EdgartotheHall:
                  These are just some amazing photos - many thanks for sharing them!!!
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                  DTF955:
                  I'm just now looking at some of these; that leap by Honus is amazing! I always figured some of those guys had that great ability, but it really is dramatic when one can see it in action like that. Pretty cool to get one with action, too; wonder if it was taken from the field or what.
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                  Johnny:
                  Bill these are great photos and just the tonic for the issues of the day.
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                  Honus Wagner Rules:
                  More Honus pics please Bill!
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                  Randy:
                  It's a pleasure to do this for Bill and all you guys. Some great shots so far.
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                  DTF955:
                  Anyway, this is an incredible archive; I wish I'd looked at it earlier. I'll have to search if there's any other archival photo threads. I, personally, haven't seen many of these, period.
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                  Bill Burgess:
                  They say one picture can speak 1,000 words. It has long been my desire to share my favorite BB photos. I like full length action shots of players in their primes.

                  I was always so disappointed when books had head shots of old ballplayers. I wanted action shots. Showing their form, when they were still good.

                  Someday in the future, I will get my own scanner fixed, and tinker with getting the best resolution. Randy is now serving as our technician. He went out and bought a scanner, and I send him my photos. So we're a team.

                  We've got lots more coming. Are there any shots here that you've never seen before? That's what I'm trying for. I'm going for that thrill that comes with seeing one of your favorites doing something in action that you've never seen before.
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                  DTF955 04-25-2006, 07:12 AM

                  Those are awesome! Except for giving Clemente a bit too long of a career (you must have meant 1962 instead of 1926 :-), some other things that stand out...

                  How nimble Connie Mack was in his late 70s to have that high leg kick. Wonder if they'd had them then if you would have heard about him hitting a home run at 75 like Luke Appling did at an oldtimers game. (I don't think they had them, did they?)

                  Bob Gibson was just before my time :-( Did he always have that falling away motion after a pitch, looks like he's about to fall down! No wonder he had so much power behind his pitches.

                  Some great plays by Clemente and others. Great pan shot of League Park in that Joe Jackson one.

                  Fun to have one of DiMaggio extending his streak. Next year I'm hoping to save enough money to fly to one of the new parks (Philly or St. Louis, the latter city of which I've never visited) next year for vacation. Hoping Biggio's still around, be nice to have a shot at witnessing his 3000th if I pick right.
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                  GaryL 05-05-2006, 11:22 AM

                  Bill:

                  Many, many thanks to you and Randy for a wonderful job! I love this thread! Wouldn't change a thing about it. For those of us who love the "old days" of baseball, this is a God-sent. I've been through the entire thread a number of times and will continue to do so in the future. And I've referred the thread to friends who love baseball history. This may be the greatest collection of old baseball "black and whites" in existence. If there's a better one, I'd like to see it.

                  This is a wonderful accomplishment and you guys should be proud. Thanks again!

                  Great Pics as always!

                  Thanks especially for the pics of Billy Williams! I've been a Cub fan since 1956, and to me Billy Williams has got to be one of the most under appreciated, unrecognized clutch hitters of all times. Thanks for giving him some recognition. Any Cub fan from my era will always be glad to tell you about the sweet swing of Billy Williams. It was a thing of beauty!
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                  Gary L;
                  Wow! What a great thread. Thanks so much to all you guys for posting these wonderful pictures of the "Old Timers.

                  You bet, Bill!

                  Thanks mainly to you and a few others, I feel like I've gotten the equivalent of a "Master's Degree" in Basball History right here on Baseball Fever! Some of these threads have been truly outstanding. I used to think I knew a lot about baseball history, but since I've discovered Baseball Fever, I now realize how little I actually knew...But I'm "gobblin' up" everything you guys post! Keep it coming! Thanks again! Gary
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                  Chancellor;
                  The photo project is another fantastic idea of yours! Keep up the great work!
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                  VTSoxFan;
                  I love the photo archives. it takes a hundred years for them to load on my poky machine, but they're worth the wait.

                  Yes, the pictures are priceless. Words are powerful, but photos bring history so much to life, and breathe color into little black-and-white text.
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                  Glenn; March 18, 2006; 06:06 PM
                  How many more of these pictures are coming?? These are great.
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                  Christian Gentlemen:
                  Thank you Bill. Thank you Sultan. What a great collection! Emotional.
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                  William Lee
                  That's the greatest Tyrus Picture i have ever seen in my life!!!!! Where did you get it, thought i had seen just about all of his pics???
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                  wilkerson_rulz
                  This is by far the best and most accurate photo gallery on the web!
                  Too bad we didn't have a photo search!
                  That'd be wicked!!!

                  Great work Bill!
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                  runningshoes53
                  I think it's great.

                  The only criticism I have concerns the quality of some of the photos. I've seen some of the same photos on-line in much better condition.

                  That includes the clarity.
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                  RedSoxVT92
                  Anyways the Photos are great to look at at. I would give it a 5 out of 5 stars. Thanks for posting them all.

                  E.Banks#14
                  Bill, I know I've already told you this, but you've done a great job (You too Randy)! Some (very few) of the images aren't of the best visual quality, but I still enjoy them all.
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                  Windy City Fan
                  Great job guys. I especially liked the HOF photo from 1939. How come Ty didn't show up?

                  One other tiny (but tedious) suggestion. It might be nice to have an index with links in the first page for the players/teams/individuals pictured. Make easier to find a specific person. Of course, I know that wouldn't exactly be a lot of fun to compile, but its just a suggestion.
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                  Sultan_1895-1948
                  That's one of my favorites too. Did you notice how Ruth has his dress socks rolled down..musta been a scorcher that day. Anyway, I believe Tyrus was stuck in traffic and showed up around 10 minutes after the photos were taken or something.

                  There will be a great index for quick access to all you desire.
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                  Brownie31 05-25-2006, 05:12 PM
                  Bill & Randy:

                  Excellent!
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                  Sultan_1895-1948 05-25-2006, 07:04 PM
                  Originally Posted by [email protected]
                  If you listened to that Hall Dedication that I posted, you can hear it in their voices how important it was to them. They would have felt insulted if they hadn't been voted in.

                  I came way with the same impression Bill. Not just from their words, but from their overall tone. There seemed to be a real sense of it being something special, and something to build on for many years to come. I think they understood the impact they would have on future generations of ballplayers.
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                  SHOELESSJOE3
                  Bill, Randy great job. I can never get enough of those pics of players from the past.
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                  Bill Burgess
                  Thanks, Joe. Anything in particular? I was hoping to get some feedback as to what were the most popular.

                  Anyone liked the color more than the b/w?
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                  ShoelessJoe3
                  The older the better. Great seeing photos that go way back, some we very seldom see.
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                  SABR Matt May 31, 2006,
                  Coming up for air from all of my statistics and lurking around this thread is always highly interesting. Keep up the good work Bill and co.
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                  ShoelessJoe3: July 16, 07:38 PM

                  Bill, Randy any other contributors.... awesome... great, what words can I come up with. What a collection of pics, the players, the parks, this rivals any collection of pics I've seen on the many boards I frequent.
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                  BaseballHistoryNut 08-02-2006, 10:03 PM Posts: 1,142

                  Bill,

                  These are SUCH awesome photographs. #495, the photo of the young Speaker with his naive, innocent smile in his Red Sox uniform, is painful to look at, in light of what I--and, more recently, you--have learned from Timothy Gay's book about Speaker's involvement in throwing Game Six of the 1912 World Series with the Sox.

                  But the rest of them are unequivocally fascinating. The Addie Joss photo is great. The young photos of guys like Reggie Jackson and the older players, at times when they were lean, are great to look at. ALL of them--even the painful Speaker photo--are rich with imagery and a kind of innocence.

                  What treasures.

                  Jim
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                  Originally posted by bmarlowe
                  Great post, very informative.
                  January 10, 2006.
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                  Bill, have you ever come across any pictures of Van Mungo? I'm looking around and can't find any. Thanks.

                  Evan

                  Will these do. www.Google.Images.com

                  http://images.google.com/images?q=+%...n&lr=&filter=0

                  Bill, thanks for the Van Mungo pics, it had the specific one I was looking for.

                  Keep up the great job, you and Randy have found some great photos, I have to keep changing my desktop's background every time I find a new one I like!
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                  BMarlowe: 01-05-2007, 07:31 AM
                  Bill,

                  The elaborate scroll pattern of which you speak did not appear on the Polo Grounds facade until it was rebuilt after the 1911 fire. There are many hundreds of pre-1911 Polo Gounds photos in, for example, the Library of Congress online Bain collection which show the pre-1911 Polo Grounds with the plain facade.

                  Also the Cubs in the 2 photos I re-identified are wearing "away" uniforms unique to 1909 (of course "away" uniforms do not absolutely prove a player is on the road). However, those photos are the Polo Grounds (take a look at #77) and do not at all match the upper deck structure and facade of West Side Grounds (note that the 2nd picture in #84 is Polo Grounds, the 3rd is West Side Grounds)

                  One easy way to distinguish West Side Grounds upper deck "boxy" facade (after the 1908 grandstand rebuild - see photo of 1908 WSG below) from that of the Polo Grounds is that for West Side Grounds, there is only one facade "box" between each pair of roof supporting posts. For the Polo Grounds, there are several facade "boxes" between each pair of supporting posts. Also, if the photo has sufficient resolution and the view is more frontal, you will see that the West Side Grounds facade is actually not solid, but is a series for thin posts allowing the front row fans to "see through" the facade.
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                  BMarlowe:
                  Bill,

                  Glad to be of help. I really do like what you have set up.

                  To add a bit more info, both pictures below are from 1908. The first is WSG 1908, and the "see through" nature of the spindle polled "facade" is evident.

                  The second is Polo Grounds 1908 with a completely plain facade. The "boxy" design was added to the facade for the 1909 season and lasted until the April 1911 fire which sent the Giants packing to play their home games at Hilltop Park for the season.

                  The fancy scrolled facade was ready for the 1912 season..
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                  tommybaseball: February 17, 2007, 09:21 PM: Stratman Join Date: Oct 2005; Location: Bronx, New York; Posts: 128

                  Mr. Burgess,
                  Thank you for providing these wonderful photographs of the players and ballparks from yesteryear. My grandfather, who was born in 1907 and who was a New York Giants baseball fan is the one responsible for giving me my great passion and appreciation for baseball's rich history.We used to talk all of the time about McGraw's Giants, The Gas House Gang, The Babe, Connie Mack's A's and Willie Mays, who Pop said was the best baseball player he ever saw.
                  These photo's have truly enhanced the memories I have of my Pop who used to tell me that "he pretty much saw them all."
                  It's great to be able to pass these memories on to my two sons, (ages 16 and 8) and your photo's really "add vibrancy to the picture." Thanks again!
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                  smithkp March 11,2007, 01:17 PM
                  I love the old b&w photos
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                  The Kid contributed this one: May 7, 2007.
                  Originally posted by Sultan_1895-1948 View Post
                  Honus Wagner Rules:
                  Man, Honus has some serious hops!!!

                  Keep those Honus photos coming! I always knew he had an explosive type athletic body. You can tell from his sinewy arms and wrists he had. I bet he had extremely low body fat. I wouldn't be surprised if he could dunk a basketball. By the way how did you come across all these photos?
                  ----------------------Honus Wagner, Pirates' SS, 1907, Exposition Park---BB Reference
                  I love this one!
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                  poppadingo; September 8, 2007, 12:27 AM
                  These photos are fantastic. I appreciate you posting them.
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                  The Kid: November 30, 2007, 04:57 PM
                  I love the "jumping-Honus" picture. Amazing how that Gorilla like man could jump.
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                  jbooth: December 11, 2007, 02:41 PM
                  I think the photo gallery is fantastic and I appreciate all the work you did to create it. I love the photos of the old-timers, pre 1950's.
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                  SHOELESSJOE3; December 12, 2007, 06:22 PM
                  How do we go about rating the thread Bill other than what I can say in this post.........................4 stars, where does that come from.

                  If 5 stars is the ultimate then that has to be it, how about 5 stars +.
                  This looks like a lifetime of work, great work Don't know where Randy is seldom seen as of late but if your out there Randy......kudos......hats off and any other praise to Bill and you. This thread is a masterpiece, can't tell you how many of the pics posted here are now in folders of mine that I saved.

                  Great pics, loads of info, the tops.
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                  sreeja: December 14, 2007, 01:28 AM
                  Thank you. Huge and valid information about the history.
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                  SlidingBillyHamilton; January 2, 2008, 12:55 PM
                  Thanks! Wonderful photos. Especially appreciated the Honus Wagner shots, the video of Christy Mathewson, and the photos of Kid Nichols.
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                  geforce2299; May 23, 2008; 01:26 AM
                  Hi guys, i just wanna say you are doing a great job of bringing all this pictures in, a lot of history on those pages,
                  Originally posted by ringo-dog
                  Thanks to everyone who has brought all these GREAT pictures to all of us, Especially Bill!!!
                  Originally posted by GrahamC
                  Bill,

                  Great thread!
                  Bill Burgess over at Baseball Fever has a wonderful ongoing thread with hundreds of historical baseball photographs, and the best part about it is he's still adding more and more photographs daily.

                  Anyhow, some zoners might be interested in some of these great shots so I figured I'd pass along the thread link to any who may be interested.

                  http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=40306

                  Here's a few of my favs, though he's got a ton more posted ...
                  Last edited by Bill Burgess; 10-13-2012, 12:51 PM.

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                  • Newsweek now has its back archive available back to 1990, and Time Magazine has its back archive to 1923. Newsweek promises to soon start work on going back to 1933 too.

                    Time Magazine Archives
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                    Life Magazine has its photos online. Here is the link.---Life
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                    Once again, my brothers, I come to you for help. I am seeking team identifications, on page 12/13. Or if anyone can help assist in editing my present team identifications. Some are not identified in teams where most are.

                    Also, if anyone can help improve any of the photos here, that would be so appreciated! I am always seeking the original shots online. If anyone can find even one original photo from online, I do backflips. That is the coolest thing in my universe! Or . . . if anyone can improve the photos here with graphic arts skills, whether it is by using lightening/darkening, or adding sepia-toned tinging, or any other skill.

                    Thanking you in advance.
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                    I am posting the index to these photos at the bottom of post #1. If anyone has those books, and can post a better quality of photo than we did, please show me in a PM. I would like to see anything you can do, in terms of more pristine resolution, or lesser cropped original source material.

                    Please do NOT be shy. We're looking to improve what we have here!

                    In case anyone feels like discussing, critiquing, or requesting any photos.

                    http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=43869
                    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-23-2009, 02:16 PM.

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                    • Would everyone who enjoyed this photo gallery please consider rating it? That would be much appreciated. Thanks, Bill Burgess.
                      Originally posted by SHOELESSJOE3
                      Same rating as before Bill, 5 stars, over the top.
                      Great job, I doubt there is another collection to match yours, the dates, the rare pictures and all the details.
                      Where do you find the time?
                      Originally posted by Bill Burgess
                      How can this thread only merit 4 stars by everyone and yet still have over 180,000 most viewed hits? I don't get it.
                      Originally posted by SHOELESSJOE3
                      Might not make you feel much better Bill but it's almost at 4 1/2.
                      It looks like 4.36 if I checked it out correctly, in my book it's 5 stars.
                      Could be that there are always some, who really see it as a great piece of work.............just don't give out perfect scores.
                      Last edited by Bill Burgess; 01-25-2010, 06:29 AM.

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                      • Would everyone who enjoyed this photo gallery please consider rating it? That would be much appreciated. Thanks, Bill Burgess.

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                        • Originally posted by Sultan_1895-1948 View Post
                          --------------------1937 AL All-Stars; July 7, 1937, Griffith Stadium---BB Reference 1937 All-Star G.

                          The AL beat the NL, 8-3. Each side got 13 hits. Lefty Gomez got the win, over Dizzy Dean/Carl Hubbell.
                          Game in which Dizzy Dean suffered a broken toe, off the bat of Earl Averill, leading to his career demise.

                          L-R: Lou Gehrig, Joe Cronin, Bill Dickey, Joe DiMaggio, Charlie Gehringer, Jimmy Foxx, Hank Greenberg
                          .



                          Has there ever been a greater concentration of peak value at one position in one league at one time? First base, American League, 1934-1938...
                          Your Second Base Coach
                          Garvey, Lopes, Russell, and Cey started 833 times and the Dodgers went 498-335, for a .598 winning percentage. That’s equal to a team going 97-65 over a season. On those occasions when at least one of them missed his start, the Dodgers were 306-267-1, which is a .534 clip. That works out to a team going 87-75. So having all four of them added 10 wins to the Dodgers per year.
                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5hCIvMule0

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                          • Cool picture....I took it.

                            Cool picture of Crosley Field from the Sun Deck. I took this photo two days after the last game there in June of 1970.

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                            • Cool pic of Crosley Field from the Sun Deck. I took the picture two days after the last game there in June of 1970.

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                              • Originally posted by Bill Burgess View Post


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                                2. Left: Walter Johnson: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 210.
                                2. Right: Eddie Collins: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 178.  Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 32.
                                3. Left: Rube Waddell: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 65.
                                3. Right: Joe Jackson: My Life in Baseball, the True Record, by Ty Cobb with Al Stump, 1961, pp. 24.
                                4. Honus Wagner: INTERNET: http://pro.corbis.com/search/searchFrame.aspx  Or, one can alternately use the more cropped The Fielders, by Jim Kaplan, 1989, pp. 43. Or, one can use the extremely cropped The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 162.
                                5. Left: Honus Wagner: 
                                5. Middle: Honus Wagner: 
                                5. Right: Honus Wagner: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 162.
                                6. Left: Eddie Collins: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 178. 
                                6. Right: Eddie Collins: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 178. 
                                6. Bottom: Eddie Collins: Detroit News Newspaper Photo Collection.
                                7. Top:  Ty Cobb:  Sports Illustrated, August 21, 1961, pp. 51. (Taken from an old unspecified magazine.)
                                7. Bottom: Ty Cobb: INTERNET:  Or one can alternately use Baseball's All-Time Greats: Top 50 Players, by Mac Davis, 1970, pp. 88.
                                8. Left: Rube Waddell: Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 74.
                                8. Right: Rube Waddell:  Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 460.
                                10. Top, Left: Pete Alexander: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 210. 
                                10. Top, Right: Pete Alexander: 
                                10. Bottom: Pete Alexander: The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence S. Ritter & Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 51.
                                11. Christy Mathewson: McGraw of the Giants, by Frank Graham, 1944, pp. 24. 
                                12. Left: Tris Speaker: The Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 64.  Or, the more cropped The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 178.
                                12. Right, Top: Tris Speaker: The Glory of Their Times, by Lawrence S. Ritter, 1966, pp. 135.
                                12. Right, Bottom: Tris Speaker: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from baseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 166.
                                13. Left: Walter Johnson:
                                14. Left: Amos Rusie: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 58.
                                14. Right: Ned Williamson: A Clever Base-Ballist: The Life and times of John Montgomery Ward, by Bryan Di Salvatore, 1999, pp. 244. Or one could alternately use the less cropped but less intensely-detailed: Big Sticks, by William Curran, 1990, pp. 103.
                                14. Bottom: Jimmie Collins: Red Sox Century: 100 Years of Red Sox Baseball, by Glenn Stout/Richard A. Johnson, 2000, pp. 2.  Or the less clear SABR's Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 404.
                                15. Left: Buck Ewing: (Hall of Fame Archives - BL-4995.84)
                                15. Right: Oscar Charleston: Playing America's Game: The Story of Negro League Baseball, by Michael L. Cooper, 1993, pp. 17.
                                17. Left: Babe Ruth: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 52.
                                17. Right: Babe Ruth: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Sluggers, by John Holway, 1989, pp. 42.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 10. 
                                18. Left: Zack Wheat: Shadows of Summer: Classic Baseball Photographs, 1869-1947, by Donald Honig, 1994, pp. 106.  (Hall of Fame Archives -  1548.68=WT CSU)
                                18. Right: Zack Wheat: (Hall of Fame Archives - 1548.68WT_Bat_PDCSU)
                                Uncle Robbie, by Jack Kavanagh/Norman Macht, 1999, pp. 76. 
                                19. Top, Left: Hank Aaron: INTERNET:  Or one could alternately use The Great American Baseball Scrapbook, by A. D. Suehsdorf, 1978, pp. 156 (b/w), and Sports Illustrated (in color).
                                19: Top, Right. Hank Aaron: Home Run: My Life In Pictures: Hank Aaron, with Dick Schaap, 1999, pp. 65. 
                                19. Bottom, Left: Hank Aaron: Aaron: The Autobiography of the greatest home-run hitter of the modern era, by Henry Aaron, with Furman Bisher, 1968, 1974, pp. 150.
                                19. Bottom, Right: Hank Aaron: The Fielders, by Jim Kaplan, 1989, pp. 73.
                                20: Top, Left. Nap Lajoie:  Nine Sides of the Diamond, by David Falkner, 1990, pp. 66. OR, one can alternately use the more cropped, and more intensely-detailed, The National Pastime, by SABR, Nap Lajoie, Spring, 1988, pp. 53.
                                20: Top, Right. Nap Lajoie: SABR's The National Pastime, #8, 1988, pp. 67. Or, Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 18.  (Hall of Fame Archives - BL-1505.68=WT _Act_PD)
                                20. Bottom: Nap Lajoie: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 96.
                                21: Left. Joe Wood: The Glory of Their Times, by Lawrence S. Ritter, 1966, pp. 140. 
                                21: Right. Satchel Paige:  The Associated Press Pictorial History of Baseball, by Hal Bock, 1990, pp. 17.  Or, one use alternately use, Maybe I'll Pitch Forever, by Leroy (Satchel) Paige, as told to David Lipman, 1961, pp. 144.
                                22. Top, Left: Hal Chase: INTERNET:
                                22. Top, Middle: Hal Chase: 
                                22. Top, Right: Hal Chase:Baseball Uniforms of the 20th Century: The Official ML BB Guide, Researched, Illustrated & Written by Marc Okkonen, 1993, pp. 54.
                                22. Middle, Left: Hal Chase: INTERNET:
                                22. Middle, Middle: Hal Chase: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 133.
                                22. Middle, Right: Hal Chase:
                                22. Bottom, Left: Hal Chase: INTERNET:
                                23. Top, Left: Rogers Hornsby: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Baseball Timeline, by Burt Solomon, 2001, pp. 245.
                                23: Top, Right: Rogers Hornsby: John J. McGraw: My 30 Years in Baseball, by Boze Bulger, 1923, pp. 228.
                                23. Bottom, Left: Rogers Hornsby: 
                                23: Bottom, Right. Rogers Hornsby: 1960's baseball publication, probably a magazine.
                                24. Left: Rogers Hornsby:  The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 211. Or one can also use The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 8-9.
                                24. Right: Rogers Hornsby: The St. Louis Cardinals: The Story of a Great Baseball Club, by Fred Lieb, 1945, pp. 58. 
                                25: Edd Roush: Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 148. 
                                
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                                26. League Executives: INTERNET:
                                26. League Executives: INTERNET:
                                27. Top, Left: Cy Young: The Hurlers, by Kevin Kerrane, 1989, pp. 93. 
                                27. Top, Right: Cy Young: Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 83.
                                27. Middle, Left: Cy Young: INTERNET: Or one could alternately use My 66 Years in the Big Leagues, by Connie Mack, 1950, pp. 33.
                                27. Middle, Middle:  Cy Young: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 404.
                                27. Middle, Right: Cy Young: Baseball, by Mike Kennedy, 2003, pp. 47.  Or one can alternately use The New York Times Book of Sports Legends, ed. by Joseph J. Vecchione, 1991, pp. 358.
                                27. Bottom, Left: Cy Young: INTERNET: The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 24
                                28. Left: Rube Waddell: My Life in Baseball-The True Record, Ty Cobb with Al Stump, 1961, pp. 25.
                                28. Right: Rube Waddell: INTERNET: Lelands Auctions.
                                29. Left: Rube Waddell: Baseball: An Informal History, by Douglass Wallop, 1969, pp. 120.
                                29. Center: Rube Waddell: The Great American Baseball Scrapbook, by A. D. Suehsdorf, 1978, pp. 36.
                                29. Right: Rube Waddell: SABR's 'For the Fun of IT, Special Publication (Magazine), 1997, pp. 25.
                                29. Bottom: Rube Waddell/Christy Mathewson: The Glory of Their Times booklet, by Lawrence Ritter, 1998.  Booklet accompanied the release of 4 CD set of interviews, conducted by Ritter, 1964-66.  
                                30. Top, Left: Rube Waddell: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 90.
                                30. Top, Right: Rube Waddell: INTERNET:
                                30. Bottom, left: Rube Waddell: INTERNET
                                30. Bottom, right: Rube Waddell: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 476. 
                                31. Left: Rube Waddell: Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 74.
                                31. Right: Rube Waddell:  Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 460.
                                31. Middle, Left: Rube Waddell: Athletics Album: A Photo History of the Philadelphia Athletics, by Mark Stang, 2006, pp. 16. Other sources include, Shadows of Summer: Classic Baseball Photographs, 1869-1947, by Donald Honig, 1994, pp. 18. Or, SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 42.
                                31. Middle, Right: Rube Waddell: Athletics Album: A Photo History of the Philadelphia Athletics, by Mark Stang, 2006, pp. 24.
                                31. Bottom: Rube Waddell: Baseball's Golden Age: The Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe/Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 176. Or, The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenberg, 1977, pp. 46.
                                32. Top, Left: Nap Lajoie: The American League: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1983, pp. 11.  Or one can alternately use SABR's The National Pastime, #11, 1992, pp. 18.
                                32. Top, Right: Nap Lajoie:  Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 130. OR,  can alternately use the more cropped, but more intensely-detailed, The Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 68.
                                32. Middle: Nap Lajoie:  The Sporting News, May 31, 1969, pp. 28. (Lajoie's file folder)
                                32. Right: Nap Lajoie: INTERNET: Or, one can alternately use the more cropped, less clear All-Time Greatest Who's Who In Baseball: 1872-1990, (Magazine), 1990, pp. 129.
                                32. Bottom, Left: Nap Lajoie: INTERNET
                                32. Bottom, Right: Nap Lajoie: INTERNT. Or one can alternately use 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 49. 
                                33. Nap Lajoie/Honus Wagner:  INTERNET
                                34. Top, Left: Honus Wagner: The Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 35. 
                                34. Top, Right: Honus Wagner: Baseball's Golden Age, The Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 138.
                                34. Bottom: Honus Wagner: The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph E. Wallace, 1998, pp. 98.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped The Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 141.
                                35. Left: Honus Wagner: Honus Wagner: Life of BB's Flying Dutchman, by Arthur D. Hittner, 1996, pp. 130.
                                35. Middle: Honus Wagner: The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 26.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped Honus Wagner: Life of BB's Flying Dutchman, by Arthur D. Hittner, 1996, pp. 130.  150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 88.  (Hall of Fame Archives - BL-11108.89).
                                35. Right: Honus Wagner: Saturday Evening Post, June 22, 1929, pp. 40. Or one can alternately use the more cropped ?
                                36. Left: Honus Wagner: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 114-115.
                                36. Right: Honus Wagner:Honus: The Life/Times of a BB Hero, by William Hageman, 1996, pp.48.
                                37. Left: Honus Wagner:  Baseball: The Golden Age, by Harold Seymour, 1871, pp. 153.   Or, one can alternately use the less cropped by bisected The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence S. Ritter/Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 29. 
                                37. Right: Honus Wagner:  
                                38. Left:  Honus Wagner: The Story of Baseball in words and pictures, by John Durant, 1947, pp. 49.
                                38. Right: Roger Bresnahan/Honus Wagner: Baseball, by Mike Kennedy, 2003, pp. 47.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped Our Game, by Charles Alexander, 1991, pp. 116.
                                39. Top, Left: Christy Mathewson: The Great American Baseball Scrapbook, by A. D. Suehsdorf, 1978, pp. 44.
                                39. Top, Middle: Christy Mathewson:
                                39. Top, Right: Christy Mathewson: The Hurlers, by Kevin Kerrane, 1989, pp. 79. 
                                39. Middle, Left: Christy Mathewson: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 11.
                                39. Middle, Right: Joe McGinnity: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 3.  Or, one can alternately use The Dodgers: 120 Years of Dodgers Baseball, text by Glenn Stout, Photos selected/edited by Richard A. Johnson, 2004, pp. 30.
                                39. Bottom, Left: Roger Bresnahan: The Story of Baseball in words and pictures, by John Durant, 1947, pp. 55.  Or, The St. Louis Cardinals, by Fred Lieb, 1944/1945, pp. 16.
                                39. Bottom, Right: Roger Bresnahan: INTERNET:
                                39. Far Bottom, Left: Roger Bresnahan: The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 45.
                                39. Far Bottom, Right: Roger Bresnahan: Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 156.
                                40. Top: Johnny Kling: INTERNET Library of Congress
                                40. Middle: Johnny Kling: SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 41. 
                                40. Third from Top, Left: Johnny Kling: INTERNET: Library of Congress, Chicago Daily News Photo Collection.
                                40. Third from Top, Left: Johnny Kling: INTERNET: Library of Congress, Chicago Daily News Photo Collection.
                                40. Third from Top, Left: Mordecai Brown: INTERNET: or one can use the more cropped 100 Years of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 26. 
                                40. Fourth from Top, Middle: Mordecai Brown: American Baseball: Volume 1, by David Quentin Voigt, 1990, pp. 240.
                                40. Fourth from Top, Right: Mordecai Brown: The Crooked Pitch, by Martin Quigley, 1984, pp. 30.  Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 20.
                                40. Fifth from Top, Left: Mordecai Brown: INTERNET
                                40. Fifth from Top, Center: Mordecai Brown: INTERNET
                                40. Fifth from Top, Right: Mordecai Brown: INTERNET: 
                                41. Top, Left: Fred Clarke: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 78.
                                41. Top, Middle: Fred Clarke: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall, Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 99.
                                41. Top, Right: Fred Clarke: The Ballplayers, edited by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 193.
                                41. Middle: Fred Clarke: INTERNET Library of Congress
                                41. Bottom: Fred Clarke: INTERNET Library of Congress
                                41. Far Bottom, Left: Fred Clarke: INTERNET: 
                                41. Far Bottom, Right: Fred Clarke: INTERNET:
                                42. Top, Left: Bill Bradley: SABR'S Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 643.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped SABR's The National Pastime, #8, 1988, pp. 49.
                                42. Top, Middle: Bill Bradley: SABR's The National Pastime, #16, 1996, pp. 127.
                                42. Top, Right: Bill Bradley: Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 129.
                                42. Far Right: Bill Bradley: Indians Illustrated: 100 Years of Cleveland Indians Photos, by Mark Stang, 2000, pp. 14.
                                42. Middle, Left: Bobby Wallace: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 464.
                                42. Middle, Middle: Bobby Wallace: SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 42.
                                42. Middle, Right: Bobby Wallace: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 376.
                                42. Bottom: Bobby Lowe: The Sporting News Selects the 50 Greatest Sluggers, by Tony DeMarco, 2000, pp. 116.  Or, one could alternately use the much more degraded Sporting News, July 11, 1951, pp. 13.
                                43. Left: Eddie Plank: My Life in Baseball-the True Record: by Ty Cobb with Al Stump, 1961, pp. 264. 
                                43. Middle: Eddie Plank: The Greatest Pitchers of All Time, by Donald Honig, 1988, pp. 23.  OR, one can alternately use the more cropped, more intensely-detailed, 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 97.
                                43. Right: Eddie Plank: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 98.
                                44. Top, Left: Joe Tinker: The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 52. 
                                44. Top, Right: Johnny Evers: The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 52.
                                44. Middle, Left: Johnny Evers: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 147.
                                44. Middle, Middle: Joe Tinker: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 147. 
                                44. Middle, Right: Johnny Evers: INTERNET:
                                44. Bottom, Left: Jimmy Sheckard: Baseball: The Illustrated History of America's Game, by Donald Honig, 1990, pp. 28.
                                44. Bottom, Middle: Jimmy Sheckard: Baseball's 10 Greatest Teams, by Donald Honig, 1982, pp. 8. Or, the less cropped The Brooklyn Dodgers: An Illustrated Tribute, by Donald Honig, pp. 7. 
                                44. Bottom, Right: Jimmy Sheckard: SABR's Deadball Stars of the NL, ed. by Tom Simon, 2004, pp. 117.
                                45. Top, Left: Sam Crawford: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel, 1980, pp. 115.
                                45. Top, Middle: Sam Crawford: The National League, An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1987, pp. 12.
                                45. Top, Right: Sam Crawford: Baseball As I Have Known It, by Fred Lieb, 1977, pp. 77.
                                45. Bottom, Left: Sam Crawford: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel, 1980, pp. 114.
                                45. Bottom, Middle: Sam Crawford: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 100.
                                45. Bottom, Right: Doc White: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 100.  Or one can use the much worse resolutioned Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 107.
                                46. Left: Clark Griffith: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 51. 
                                46. Middle: Clark Griffith: SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 27.
                                46. Right: Clark Griffith: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall, Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 208.
                                46. Bottom: Clark Griffith: 
                                47. Top, Left: Addie Joss: Addie Joss: King of Pitchers, by Scott Longert, 1998, pp. 86.
                                47. Top, Middle:Addie Joss: Indians Illustrated: 100 Years of Cleveland Indians Photos, by Mark Stang, 2000, pp. 16. Or, the less clear  Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 423. 
                                47. Top, Right: Addie Joss: Strikeout: A Celebration of The Art of Pitching, by William Curran, 1995, pp. 84.
                                47. Top, Right: Addie Joss: The Cleveland Indians, by Franklin Lewis, 1949, pp. 52. 
                                47. Middle, Left: Red Dooin: Baseball Uniforms of the 20th Century: The Official ML BB Guide, Researched, Illustrated & Written by Marc Okkonen, 1993, pp. 61.
                                47. Middle, Middle: Red Dooin: INTERNET:
                                47. Middle, Right: Red Dooin: INTERNET: 
                                47. Bottom: Red Dooin: INTERNET:
                                48. Top, Left: Ed Walsh: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 95.
                                48. Top, Middle: Ed Walsh: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 83.  Or, one can alternately use SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 54.
                                48. Top, Right: Ed Walsh: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 179.
                                48. Middle, Left: Ed Walsh: (Hall of Fame Archives - Walsh Ed 1546.68WT_Act_PD)
                                48. Middle, Right: Ed Walsh: Baseball Between The Wars: A Pictorial Tribute to The Men Who Made The Game in Chicago From 1909 to 1947, by Bill Hageman, 2001, pp. 19. 
                                48. Bottom, Left: Ed Walsh: The Great Baseball Players: from McGraw to Mantle: by Bert Randolph Sugar, 1997, pp. 6.  The Best of Baseball Digest, ed. by John Kuenster, 2006, pp. 39.
                                48. Bottom, Middle: Ed Walsh: SABR'S Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 495.
                                48. Bottom, Right: Ed Walsh: American Magazine, July, 1914, Pitchers I have Faced, by Eddie Collins.
                                50. Top, Left: Frank Chance: The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 50. 
                                50. Top, Middle: Frank Chance: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 80. 
                                50. Top, Right: Frank Chance: SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 53.
                                50. Bottom, Left: Frank Chance: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The National League Story, by Lee Allen, 1961, pp. 150.  OR,  can alternately use the less cropped, but less intensely-detailed, Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 17.
                                50. Bottom, Right: Frank Chance: The Story of Baseball in words and pictures, by John Durant, 1947, pp. 149.
                                
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                                51. Left: Ty Cobb: INTERNET: or one can alternately use The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 41.  Or, one can alternately use, Ty Cobb: The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence S. Ritter & Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 21. 
                                51. Right: Ty Cobb: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 167.
                                53. Left: Ty Cobb: Ty Cobb, by John D. McCallum, 1975, pp. 131. 
                                53. Right: Ty Cobb: Connie Mack's '29 Triumph, by Bill Kashatus, 1999, pp. 90. 
                                54. Left: Ty Cobb: Ty Cobb, by John D. McCallum, 1975, pp. 83.
                                54. Right: Ty Cobb: Peach, by Richard Bak, 2005, pp. 158.
                                55. Left: Ty Cobb: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 162. 
                                55. Right: Ty Cobb: INTERNET: Or The American League Story, by Lee Allen, 1962, 1965, pp. 116.
                                57. Left: Ty Cobb/Joe Jackson: The Ultimate Baseball Book, ed. by Daniel Okrent / Harris Lewine, 1988, pp. 95. 
                                57. Right: Tris Speaker/Ty Cobb: Peach, by Richard Bak, 2005, pp. pp. 107.
                                58. Left: Honus Wagner/Ty Cobb: Honus Wagner: Life of BB's 'Flying Dutchman, by Arthur D. Hittner, 1996, pp. 130.
                                58. Right: Roger Bresnahan/Honus Wagner:  Our Game, by Charles Alexander, 1991, pp. 116.
                                59. Left: Ty Cobb: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 99. 
                                59. Right: Babe Ruth/Ty Cobb: Ty Cobb, by Norman L. Macht, 1993, pp. 50.
                                60. Left: Walter Johnson: Baseball: The Perfect Game, ed. by Josh Leventhall, 2005, pp. 127. 
                                60. Middle: Walter Johnson: SABR's The National Pastime, #6, 1986, pp. 29.
                                60. Right: Walter Johnson:
                                61. Left: Walter Johnson: INTERNET
                                62. Left: Walter Johnson/Ty Cobb: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use Walter Johnson, by Henry W. Thomas, 1995, pp. 138. 
                                62. Right: Walter Johnson: Baseball: The Golden Age, by Harold Seymour, 1971, pp. 152. 
                                63. Top, Left: Tris Speaker: The Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 64.  Or, the more cropped The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 178.
                                63. Top, Right, Top: Tris Speaker: The Glory of Their Times, by Lawrence S. Ritter, 1966, pp. 135.
                                63. Top, Right, Bottom: Tris Speaker: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 166.
                                63. Middle, Left: Tris Speaker: SABR's The National Pastime, #1, Fall, 1982, pp. 20. Or, Baseball: the Illustrated History of America's Game, by Donald Honig, 1990, pp. 63.
                                63. Middle, Right: Tris Speaker: Spoke: A Biography of Tris Speaker, by Charles C. Alexander, 2007, pp. 106.
                                63. Bottom, Left: Tris Speaker: Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 117.
                                63. Bottom, Middle: Tris Speaker: Baseball's Greatest Lineup, compiled/ed. by Christy Walsh, 1952, pp. 46. 
                                63. Bottom, Right: Tris Speaker: INTERNET
                                63. Bottom, Left: Tris Speaker: INTERNET Cleveland Library Archives  
                                63. Bottom, Left: Tris Speaker: My Life in Baseball-the True Record: by Ty Cobb with Al Stump, 1961, pp. 264. 
                                63. Far Bottom, Right: Tris Speaker: INTERNET
                                67. Top, Left: Joe Jackson: Baseball (magazine), 1977-84, pp. 15.
                                67. Top, Middle: Joe Jackson: Heroes of Baseball: The Men Who Made It America's Favorite Game, by Robert Lipsyte, 2005, pp. 28. (Hall of Fame Archives - BL-6085.72 NBL)
                                67. Top, Right: Joe Jackson: Baseball: The Perfect Game, ed. by Josh Leventhall, 2005, pp. 58. 
                                67. Middle: Joe Jackson: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 154.
                                67. Bottom: Joe Jackson: INTERNET
                                67. Left: Joe Jackson: Say It Ain't So, Joe!, by Donald Gropman, 1992, pp. 167.
                                67. Right: Joe Jackson:  Baseball Legends (Juvenile): Shoeless Joe Jackson, by Jack Kavanagh, 1995, pp. 20
                                67. Bottom:
                                67. Top, Left: Joe Jackson: Total Baseball, 8th. Ed., 2004, pp. 948. (Hall of Fame Archives - BL-2474.68WTP PD)
                                67. Top,  Right: Joe Jackson: INTERNET:
                                67. Bottom, Left: Joe Jackson: SABR's The National Pastime, 2006, #26, pp. 46. Or one can use alternately use SABR's The Baseball Research Journal, 1998, #27, pp. 99. 
                                67. Bottom, Right: Joe Jackson: The American League; An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1983, pp. 87.
                                68. Left: Joe Jackson: The Life and Times of Joe Jackson, 2001, pp. 19.
                                68. Right: Joe Jackson:
                                68. Left: Joe Jackson: Say It Ain't So, Joe!, by Donald Gropman, 1992, pp. 10.
                                68. Middle: Joe Jackson: The Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 286.  Or, one can alternately use the less detailed Complete Sports, World Series: Illustrated Review, Volume 1, No. 7, 1962, pp. 29.
                                68. Right: Joe Jackson: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Life and Times of Joe Jackson, by David L. Fleitz, 2001, pp. 44.
                                68. Bottom: Joe Jackson:
                                70. Top, Left: Eddie Collins:  INTERNET: Or one can alternately use Baseball: When The Grass Was Real, by Donald Honig, 1975, pp. 116.
                                70. Top, Right: Eddie Collins: INTERNET: (Crbs): 
                                70. Middle, Left: INTERNET: 
                                70. Middle, Right: Eddie Collins: INTERNET:
                                70. Bottom, Left: Eddie Collins: The Story of the World Series, by Fred Lieb, 1949/1965, pp. 150.  Or the much more cropped, and less clear Super Stars of Baseball, by Bob Broeg, 1971, pp. 37.  Or Eddie Collins: A Baseball Biography, by Rick Huhn, 2008, pp. 53.
                                70. Bottom, Right: Eddie Collins: INTERNET:
                                70. Far Bottom: Eddie Collins: INTERNET: Detroit News Newspaper Photo Collection.
                                70. Left: Eddie Collins: Baseball's Greatest Lineup, compiled & ed. by Christy Walsh, 1952, pp. 88.
                                70. Middle: Eddie Collins: The Life and Times of Joe Jackson, by David L. Fleitz, 2001, pp. 120.
                                70. Right: Eddie Collins: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel, 1980, pp. 95.
                                70. Top, Left: Eddie Collins: The American League Story, by Lee Allen, 1962, 1965, pp. 116.
                                70. Top, Middle: Eddie Collins: INTERNET:
                                70. Top, Right: Eddie Collins: INTERNET
                                70. Bottom Left: Eddie Collins:
                                70. Bottom Right: Eddie Collins:
                                70. Left: Eddie Collins: Baseball As I Have Known It, by Fred Lieb, 1977, pp. 13.
                                70. Middle: Eddie Collins: John J. McGraw: My Thirty Years In Baseball, by John McGraw, as told to by Bozeman Bulger, 1923, pp. 216. Republished in 1995.
                                70. Right: Eddie Collins: My Life In Baseball- The True Record, Ty Cobb with Al Stump, 1961, pp. 264.
                                70. Far Right: Eddie Collins: The Ultimate Baseball Book, edited by Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1979, pp. 89.
                                71. Left: Zack Wheat: Shadows of Summer: Classic Baseball Photographs, 1869-1947, by Donald Honig, 1994, pp. 106. (Hall of Fame Archives -  1548.68=WT CSU)
                                71. Center: Zack Wheat: The Image of Their Greatness: An Illustrated Histoy of Baseball from 1900 to the Present, by Lawrence Ritter/Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 56.
                                71. Zack Wheat: INTERNET:  Or one can alternately use The Dodgers: 120 Years of Dodgers Baseball, text by Glenn Stout, Photos selected/edited by Richard A. Johnson, 2004, pp. 63.
                                71. Top, Left: Zack Wheat: (Hall of Fame Archives - BL - 1548.68WT_Bat_PDCSU)
                                71. Top, Right: Zack Wheat: (Hall of Fame Archives - 1548.68WT)
                                71. Bottom, Left: Zack Wheat: INTERNET:
                                71. Left: Zack Wheat: (Hall of Fame Archives - Wheat Zack 1289.89_Bat_PD)
                                71. Right: Zack Wheat: The Man In the Dugout, by Donald Honig, 1977, pp. 120. 
                                73. Top, Left: Pete Alexander: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 147.  Or, The Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 33.  Source: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 27.
                                73.  Top, Right: Pete Alexander: Baseball Card: Wide World of Sports (Baseball Superstars, Inc.), 1988, Series 3.
                                73.  Top, Left: Pete Alexander:
                                73.  Top, Right: Pete Alexander: 
                                73.  Middle, Left: Pete Alexander: INTERNET:
                                73.  Middle, Right: Pete Alexander: Baseball's Golden Age: The Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe/Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 166.  Or, SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 78.
                                73.  Bottom, Left: Pete Alexander: INTERNET
                                73.  Bottom, Right: Pete Alexander: INTERNET: The Philadelphia Phillies: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 48.  Or, one can alternately use The Man In The Dugout, by Donald Honig, 1977, pp. 35.
                                96. Top, Left: Pete Alexander: INTERNET:
                                73.  Top, Right: Pete Alexander: INTERNET:
                                73.  Bottom: Pete Alexander: Baseball: The Perfect Game, ed. by Josh Leventhal, 2005, pp. 129. Also, INTERNET:
                                73.  Bottom, Right: Pete Alexander: Super Stars of Baseball, by Bob Broeg, 1971, pp. 2.
                                75. Top, Left: Edd Roush: Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 148.  150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 135.
                                75.  Top, Right: Right: Edd Roush: INTERNET:  Or one can alternately use SABR's Deadball Stars of the NL, ed. by Tom Simon, 2004, pp. 265.
                                75.  Second from Top, Left: Edd Roush: 
                                75.  Second from Top, Right: Edd Roush: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel, 1980, pp. 334.
                                75.  Third from Top, Left: Edd Roush: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 398.
                                75.  Third from Top, Middle: Edd Roush: The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 113.
                                75.  Third from Top, Right: Edd Roush: Baseball Between the Wars, by Bill Hageman, 2001, pp. 95.
                                75.  Fourth from Top, Left: Edd Roush: 
                                75.  Fourth from Top, Middle: Edd Roush: Fogotten Fields, by Paul Green, 1984, pp. 25.
                                75.  Fourth from Top, Right: Edd Roush: INTERNET:
                                75.  Bottom: Edd Roush: Reds in Black & White: 100 Years of Cincinnati Reds Images, by Greg Rhodes/Mark Stang, 1999, pp. 41.
                                75.  Botom, Right: Edd Roush: Cincinnati Reds: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 72.
                                
                                Page 4.
                                
                                78. Top, Left: Philadelphia A's Infield: The World Series: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall Classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 29.
                                78. Top, Right: Chief Bender: INTERNET: The Great Baseball Players: from McGraw to Mantle: by Bert Randolph Sugar, 1997, pp. 17.
                                78. Middle: Philadelphia A's Infield: INTERNET: Athletics Album: A Photo History of the Philadelphia Athletics, by Mark Stang, 2006, pp. 42.  Or, The Ultimate Baseball Book, edited Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1988, pp. 111.   Or, the less clear Baseball As I Have Known It, by Fred Lieb, 1977, pp. 93.
                                78. Bottom, Left: Chief Bender: INTERNET: 
                                78. Bottom, Right: Chief Bender: INTERNET 
                                79. Hal Chase: Infield: The Greatest First Basemen of All Time, by Donald Honig, 1988, pp. 8.  Or one can use the more cropped SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 17.
                                80. Top, Left: Hal Chase: The Great Baseball Players: from McGraw to Mantle: by Bert Randolph Sugar, 1997, pp. 22.  The New York Yankees: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1981, pp. 10.
                                80. Top, Middle: Hal Chase: Illustrated History of Baseball, by Robert Smith, 1973, pp. 116.
                                80. Top, Right: Hal Chase: Baseball in the Afternoon: Tales From a Bygone Era, by Robert Smith, 1993, pp. 128.
                                80. Middle, Left: Hal Chase: The Biograhical History of Baseball, by Donald Dewey/Nicholas Acocella, 1995.
                                80. Middle, Right: Hal Chase: Baseball Card: World Wide Sports, Baseball Superstars Inc., 1988, Series 4, from The Conlon Collection.
                                80. Bottom: INTERNET:
                                81. Addie Joss Death Benefit Game All-Stars: Smithsonian Baseball: Inside The World's Finest Private Collections, by Stephen Wong, 2005, pp. 123.  Or, one can alternately use The Baseball Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary Book, by Gerald Astor, 1988, pp. 102-103. Or one can alternately use The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, edited by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 282. Or, one can alternately use Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 121.
                                82. Top, Left: Frank Baker: INTERNET: 
                                82. Top, Middle: Frank Baker: INTERNET:
                                82. Bottom, Left: Frank Baker: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 80.
                                82. Bottom, Right: Frank Baker: My 66 Years in the Big Leagues, by Connie Mack, 1950, pp. 45.
                                83. Top, Left: Bobby Veach: SABR'S Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 572.
                                83. Middle, Left: Buck Weaver: INTERNET
                                83. Middle, Middle: Buck Weaver: The Great Baseball Players: from McGraw to Mantle: by Bert Randolph Sugar, 1997, pp. 31.
                                83. Middle, Right: Buck Weaver: The Chicago White Sox, by Warren Brown, 1952, pp. 51.
                                83. Bottom: Buck Weaver: INTERNET Library of Congress
                                84. Top, Left: Gavvy Cravath: INTERNET: PrintsAndPhotos.com
                                84. Top, Right: Gavvy Cravath: Sporting News' 'Charles Conlon Collection' Baseball card, 1991, #277. Or one can alternately use the more cropped SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 70.
                                84. Bottom, Left: Gavvy Cravath: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 69. Or one can alternately use A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 113.  Or, one can alternately use 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 111.
                                84. Bottom, Right: Gavvy Cravath: The Philadelphia Phillies: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 64.
                                85. Top, Left: Jimmy Archer: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use SABR's Deadball Stars of the NL, ed. by Tom Simon, 2004, pp. 130. 
                                85. Top, Middle: Jimmy Archer: INTERNET: 
                                85. Top, Right: Jimmy Archer: The National Game, by Alfred H. Spink, 1911, pp. 117.
                                85. Middle: Jimmy Archer: INTERNET: Library of Congress
                                85. Bottom: Jimmy Archer: INTERNET Library of Congress
                                86. Left: AL Execs: INTERNET: :
                                86. Right: AL Execs: INTERNET:
                                86. Bottom: NL Magnates: SABR's Deadball Stars of the National League, edited by Tom Simon, 2004, pp. 16.
                                87. Top: NL Team Owners: INTERNET: Bain Collection
                                88. Left: ML Owners Witness Landis signing contract: INTERNET
                                88. Top: ML Owners Witness Landis signing contract: The Story of Baseball in words and pictures, by John Durant, 1947, pp. 122.
                                88. Bottom: Judge Landis: Baseball: 100 ears of The Modern Era: 1901-2000: From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 128.
                                89. Top: ML Owners Witness Landis signing contract: INTERNET
                                89. Middle: AL Owners Meeting: INTERNET: 
                                89. Bottom: Owners Appoint Judge Landis Commissioner: 100 ears of The Modern Era: 1901-2000: From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 59.
                                89. 4th From Top: AL Owners Meeting: INTERNET:
                                89. 5th From Top: AL Owners Meeting: INTERNET:
                                100. Tim Murnane's Death Benefit Game: Walter Johnson: Baseball's Big Train, by Henry W. Thomas, 1995, pp. 138. 
                                
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                                101. Top, Left: Ray Schalk: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 139. 
                                101. Top, Middle: Ray Schalk: The American League, An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1983, pp. 82.
                                101. Top, Right: Ray Schalk: The Greatest Catchers of all Time, by Donald Honig, 1991, pp. 14. 
                                101. Middle, Left: Ray Schalk: INTERNET:
                                101. Middle, Middle: Ray Schalk: The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 85.
                                101. Middle, Right: Ray Schalk: INTERNET:
                                101. Bottom, Left: Ray Schalk: SABR'S Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 507.
                                101. Bottom, Right: Ray Schalk: INTERNET
                                103. Left: Eddie Cicotte: INTERNET:
                                103. Right: Eddie Cicotte: The World Series and Highlights of Baseball in text and over 250 pictures, by Lamont Buchanan, 1951, pp. 113.
                                103. Bottom, Left: Eddie Cicotte: INTERNET: 
                                103. Bottom, Right: Eddie Cicotte: SABR's The National Pastime: Special Pictorial Issue: The Dead Ball Era, Spring, 1986, #5, pp. 51.  Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 87.
                                104. Left: Wally Schang: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The World Series and Highlights of Baseball in text and over 250 pictures, by Lamont Buchanan, 1951, pp. 159. Or, one can use the more cropped Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 29.
                                104. Right: Wally Schang: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 29.
                                105. Top, Right: George Sisler: Ultimate Baseball Book, by Daniel Okrent & Harris Lewine, 1988, pp. 129. 
                                105. Top, Left: George Sisler: INTERNET:
                                105. Middle, Left: George Sisler: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  Illustrated History of Baseball, by Robert Smith, 1973, pp. 150. 
                                105. Middle, Right: George Sisler: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 125.
                                105. Middle, Left: George Sisler: SABR's The National Pastime, 2000, #20, pp. 94.
                                105. Middle, Right: George Sisler: The Greatest First Basemen of All Time, by Donald Honig, 1988, pp. 24.
                                106. Left: George Sisler:
                                 105. Middle, Right: George Sisler:  Baseball's Hall of Fame, by Ken D. Smith, 1947, 135.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 48.
                                105. Bottom, Left: George Sisler: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 320.
                                105. Bottom, Right: George Sisler: Sports Illustrated, September 28, 1964, pp. 4. Or, one can alternately use the more cropped The World Series and Highlights of Baseball in text and over 250 pictures, by Lamont Buchanan, 1951, pp. 75. 
                                109. Left: Jake Daubert: Baseball's Golden Age: The Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe and Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 69.
                                109. Right: Jake Daubert: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 253. 
                                110. Left: Happy Felsch: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence Ritter & Donald Honig, 1979, pp. 67.  Also, INTERNET: 
                                110. Right: Happy Felsch: Baseball America, by Donald Honig, 1985, pp. 87.
                                111. Left: George Dauss: INTERNET: 
                                111. Right: George Dauss: INTERNET:
                                112. Top: Boston Red Sox pitching staff: INTERNET:
                                112. Bottom: Boston Red Sox pitching staff: INTERNET:
                                113. Left: Heinie Groh: The Way Baseball Works, by Dan Gutman, 1996, pp. 19. 
                                113. Right: Heinie Groh: INTERNET:
                                113. Bottom: Heinie Groh: Reds in Black & White: 100 Years of Cincinnati Reds Images, by Greg Rhodes/Mark Stang, 1999, pp. 37.
                                115. Top, Left: Walter Johnson: Baseball Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary Book, by Gerald Astor, 1988, pp. 59.
                                115. Top, Right: Walter Johnson: The Hurlers, by Kevin Kerrane, 1989, pp. 31.
                                115. Middle: Walter Johnson: INTERNET
                                115. Bottom: Walter Johnson: INTERNET: 
                                116. Left: John McGraw/The Mrs.: The Real McGraw, by Mrs. John J. McGraw, ed. by Arthur Mann, 1953, pp. 181.
                                116. Right: John McGraw/The Mrs.: McGraw of the Giants: An Informal Biography, by Frank Graham, 1944, pp. 251.
                                117. Top, Left: Ed Reulbach: The Pitcher, by John Thorn/John Holway, 1988, pp. 249.  Or, one can alternately use SABR'S The National Pastime, #5, Winter, 1985, pp. 40;  Or,  150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 107. 
                                117. Top, Middle: Ed Reulbach: The Ballplayers, edited by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 902.
                                117. Top, Right: Ed Reulbach: SABR's The National Pastime, #15, 1995, pp. 142.
                                117. Middle, Left: Ed Reulbach: Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 117.
                                117. Middle, Middle: Ed Reulbach: Baseball's 10 Greatest Teams, by Donald Honig, 1982, pp. 11.  Or, the more cropped Baseball: the Illustrated History of America's Game, by Donald Honig, 1990, pp. 32.  Or The Brooklyn Dodgers: An Illustrated Tribute, by Donald Honig, 1981, pp. 25.
                                117. Middle, Right: Ed Reulbach: The Chicago Cubs, by Warren Brown, 1946, pp. 209.
                                117. Bottom, Left: Nap Rucker: INTERNET: 
                                117. Bottom, Right: Nap Rucker: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 42.  Or, one can alternately use 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 135.
                                117. Far Bottom, Left: Nap Rucker: The Dodgers: 120 Years of Dodgers Baseball, text by Glenn Stout, Photos selected/edited by Richard A. Johnson, 2004, pp. 53.  Or, one can alternately use The Image of Their Greatness: An Illustrated Histoy of Baseball from 1900 to the Present, by Lawrence Ritter/Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 56. 
                                117. Far Bottom, Middle, Left: Nap Rucker: Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 101.
                                117. Far Bottom, Middle Right: Nap Rucker: INTERNET:
                                117. Far Bottom, Right: Nap Rucker: Baseball: the Illustrated History of America's Game, by Donald Honig, 1990, pp. 35. Or, Uncle Robbie, by Jack Kavanagh & Norman Macht, 1999, pp. 67.  
                                118. Left: Carl Mays: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 128.  Or one can use alternately The Babe: A Life in Pictures, by Lawrence S. Ritter & Mark Rucker, 1988, pp. 72. 
                                118. Right: Carl Mays: 100 Years Of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 48. 
                                119. AL Owners: Baseball As I Have Known It, by Fred Lieb, 1977, pp. 133. 
                                119. AL Owners: INTERNET: Bain Collection
                                120. Left: Herb Pennock: Super Stars of Baseball, by Bob Broeg, 1971, pp. 195.
                                120. Right: Herb Pennock:
                                120. Bottom, Left: Joe Bush: SABR's The National Pastime, 1992, pp. 18.
                                120. Bottom, Right: Joe Bush: The Man In The Dugout, by Donald Honig, 1977, pp. 175.
                                121. Left: Stan Coveleskie: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 123.
                                121. Middle: Stan Coveleskie: INTERNET: 
                                121. Right: Stan Coveleskie: The American League: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1983, pp. 103. Or, one can use the less detailed Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel, 1980, pp. 111.
                                122. Top: Detroit players:
                                122. Second from Top: Detroit Pitchers:
                                122. Third from Top, Left: 1923 Tiger Outfielders: The Detroit Tigers, by William M. Anderson, 1991, pp. 54.
                                122. Third from Top, Right: Bob Fothergill: The Detroit Tigers, by William M. Anderson, 1991, pp. 56.
                                122. Fourth from Top, Left: Lu Blue: The Detroit Tigers, by William M. Anderson, 1991, pp. 56.
                                122. Fourth from Top, Right: Lu Blue: INTERNET:
                                122. Fifth from Top: Lu Blue: INTERNET: LOC
                                124. Top: Urban Shocker: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 161. 
                                124. Bottom, Left: Urban Shocker: INTERNET: 
                                124. Bottom, Right: Urban Shocker: INTERNET:
                                125. Left: Red Faber: INTERNET: 
                                125. Middle: Red Faber: INTERNET:
                                125. Bottom: Red Faber: The Chicago White Sox, by Warren Brown, 1952, pp. 34.
                                
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                                126. Left: Babe Ruth: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  The Sluggers, by John Holway, 1989, pp. 42.  Or, The History of Baseball, edited by Joe Reichler/Allison Danzig, 1959, pp. 10.
                                126. Right: Babe Ruth: The World Series, An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall Classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 59.  Or, one can alternately use Babe Ruth:New Biographical History of Baseball, by Donald Dewey & Nicholas Acocella, 2002, pp. 330. (Hall of Fame Archives - 431.75 PD)
                                127. Babe Ruth:
                                128. Left: Babe Ruth: The Lively Ball, by James A. Cox, 1989, pp. 77.
                                128. Right: Babe Ruth: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 162.
                                129. Babe Ruth: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 152-153.
                                130. Left: Ruth/Hornsby: Babe: A Life in Pictures, by Lawrence S. Ritter & Mark Rucker, 1988, pp. 145. 
                                130. Middle: Sisler/Ruth: The Joe Williams BB Reader, by Peter Williams, 1989, pp. 57. 
                                130. Right: Ruth/Sisler: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  The Sizzler: George Sisler, Baseball's Forgotten Great, by Rick Huhn, 2004, pp. 112.  Or, one can use Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 
                                131. Left: Babe Ruth:
                                131. Right: Babe Ruth/Joe Jackson:
                                132. Left: Rogers Hornsby: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years: ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 7-8.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 211. 
                                132. Right: Rogers Hornsby: INTERNET:
                                133. Left: Rogers Hornsby: INTERNET:
                                133. Center: Rogers Hornsby: The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 52. 
                                133. Right: Rogers Hornsby: Super Stars of Baseball, by Bob Broeg, 1971, pp. 127. 
                                134. Top, Left: Rogers Hornsby: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 48.
                                134. Top, Right: Rogers Hornsby: Sluggers, by George Sullivan, 1991, pp. 58.  Or one can alternately use The Ultimate Baseball Book, edited Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1988, pp. 128.
                                134. Bottom: Rogers Hornsby: INTERNET:Or one can alternately use  The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 204.  Or Baseball: the Illustrated History of America's Game, by Donald Honig, 1990, pp. 74.
                                136. Top, Left: Frankie Frisch: The New York Yankees: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1981, pp. 50.
                                136. Top, Middle: Frankie Frisch: INTERNET: Or, one can alternately use Super Stars of Baseball, by Bob Broeg, 1971, pp. 87.
                                136. Top, Right: Frankie Frisch: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 190.
                                136. Middle, Left: Frankie Frisch: INTERNET:
                                136. Middle, Middle: Frankie Frisch: INTERNET:
                                136. Middle, Right: Frankie Frisch: McGraw of the Giants, by Frank Graham, 1944, pp. 95.
                                136. Bottom, Left: Frankie Frisch: INTERNET:
                                136. Bottom, Right: Frankie Frisch: INTERNET:
                                137. Left: Dazzy Vance: Illustrated History of Baseball, by Robert Smith, 1973, pp. 125. (Hall of Fame Archives - BL-1014.89)
                                137. Middle: Dazzy Vance: SABR's Baseball Research Journal, #25, 1996, pp. 129.  Or, one can alternately use Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 177.
                                137. Right: Dazzy Vance:  150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 177.
                                138. Left: Yankees pitching staff (1923):  
                                138. Right: Yankees pitching staff (1923): The Lively Ball, by James A. Cox, 1989, pp. 177.
                                138. 1927 Yankees' pitching staff: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Joe Williams BB Reader, by Peter Williams, 1989, pp. 69.  Or one can alternately use the much more cropped The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 57.
                                139. Polo Grounds, Coogan's Bluff: The Days of Mr. McGraw, by Joseph Durso, 1969, pp. 216.
                                140. Top, Left: Gabby Hartnett: 
                                140. Top, Right: Gabby Hartnett: INTERNET:
                                140. Bottom, Left: Johnny Bassler: INTERNET: 
                                140. Bottom, Middle: Johnny Bassler: INTERNET:
                                140. Bottom, Right: Johnny Bassler: The Detroit Tigers, by William M. Anderson, 1991, pp. 56.
                                141. Top, Left: Ken Williams: Total Baseball, 8th Edition, 2004, pp. 102.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped The Lively Ball, by James A. Cox, 1989, pp. 150.
                                141. Top, Right: Goose Goslin: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use the much more cropped 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 80.
                                141. Middle, Left: Cy Williams: The Saturday Evening Post, June 22, 1929, pp. 44.
                                141. Middle, Middle: Cy Williams: INTERNET:
                                141. Middle, Right: Cy Williams: INTERNET:
                                141. Bottom: Harry Heilmann: Big Sticks, by William Curran, 1990, pp. 109. 
                                141. Far Bottom: Bob Meusel: INTERNET: Corbis
                                143. Left: Lefty Grove: The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence S. Ritter & Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 113. 
                                143. Middle: Lefty Grove: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 206.
                                143. Right: Lefty Grove:
                                144. Left: Yankees' Executives: My Fifty Years in Baseball, by Edward Grant Barrow, with James M. Kahn, 1951, pp. 152.
                                144. Right: ML Executives: Games, Asterisks, and People: Memoirs of a Lucky Fan, by Ford C. Frick, 1973, pp. 53.
                                145. JG Taylor Spink: Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 11.
                                146. Left: Glenn Wright: Baseball Players and Their Times: Oral Historis of the Game, 1920-1940, by Eugene Murdock, 1991, pp. 245.
                                146. Middle: Glenn Wright: Sporting News' 'Charles Conlon Collection' Baseball card, 1991, #208.
                                146. Right: Riggs Stephenson: Sporting News' 'Charles Conlon Collection' Baseball card, 1991, #218.
                                147. Left: Bill Terry: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 359.
                                147. Middle: Bill Terry: When The Giants Were Giants, by Peter Williams, 1994, pp. 130. 
                                147. Right: Bill Terry: John McGraw, by Charles C. Alexander, 1988, pp. 183.
                                147. Bottom, Left: Bill Terry: The History of National League Baseball, Since 1876, by Glenn Dickey, 1979, pp. 111.
                                147. Bottom, Right: Bill Terry: INTERNET:
                                149. Top, Left. Pie Traynor: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  The Pirates Reader, ed. by Richard Peterson, 2003, pp. 85.  Or one can also alternately use Super Stars of Baseball, by Bob Broeg, 1971, pp. 253. 
                                149: Top, Middle: Pie Traynor: Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998. pp. 153.  Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 453.
                                149. Top, Right: Pie Traynor: The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 105.
                                149. Middle, Left: Pie Traynor: 
                                149. Middle, Middle: Pie Traynor: Baseball's Greatest Lineup, compiled/ed. by Christy Walsh, 1952, pp. 118. 
                                149. Middle, Right: Pie Traynor: Glovemen, by George Sullivan, 1996, pp. 55.  Or, one can alternately use the more cropped My Life in Baseball-the True Record: Ty Cobb with Al Stump, 1961, pp. 193. 
                                149. Bottom, Left: Pie Traynor: INTERNET:
                                149. Bottom, Right: Pie Traynor: INTERNET:
                                149. Top, Left: Pie Traynor: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Baseball Timeline, by Burt Solomon, 2001, pp. 302.  Or one can alternately use Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 51.
                                149. Top, Right: Pie Traynor: INTERNET:
                                149. Bottom, Left: Pie Traynor: Gloveman: Twenty-Seven of Baseball's Greatest, by George Sullivan, 1996, pp. 55.
                                149. Bottom, Right: Pie Traynor: INTERNET:
                                
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                                151. Left: Sam Rice: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 320. Also INTERNET: 
                                151. Middle: Max Carey: Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 75.
                                151. Right: Red Ruffing: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 399.
                                152. Left: John 'Pop' Lloyd: INTERNET:
                                152. Middle: Louis 'Santop' Loftin:
                                152. Right: Martin Dihigo: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 275. 
                                153. Top, Left: Josh Gibson:
                                153. Top, Right: Oscar Charleston: Playing America's Game: The Story of Negro League Baseball, by Michael L. Cooper, 1993, pp. 17.
                                153. Bottom, Left: Josh Gibson: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 176. 
                                153. Bottom, Right: Josh Gibson: Negro League Scrapbook, by Carole Boston Weatherford, 2005, pp. 20. Or one can alternately use The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence S. Ritter & Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 201. 
                                154. Top, Left: Paul Waner: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 24. Also INTERNET: 
                                154. Top, Right: Paul Waner: Sporting News' 'Charles Conlon Collection' Baseball card, 1991, #5.
                                154. Middle, Left: Paul Waner: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 470.  Or, The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 136.
                                154. Middle, Right: Paul Waner: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 155.
                                154. Third from Top: Paul Waner: Great Moments in Sports: Baseball (Magazine), June, 1989, pp. 48 & 49.
                                154. Fourth from Top, Left: Hack Wilson: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 337.
                                154. Fourth from Top, Right: Hack Wilson: The Ultimate Baseball Book, edited by Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1988, pp. 173.
                                154. Fifth from Top: Hack Wilson: The Game That Was: The George Brace Baseball Photo Collection: by Richard Cahan/Mark Jacob, 1996, pp. 26-27.
                                155. Left: Ossie Bluege: INTERNET:
                                155. Middle: Willie Kamm: INTERNET
                                155. Right: Willie Kamm: Baseball Between The Wars, by Bill Hageman, 2001, pp. 82.
                                156. Top, Left: Lefty Gomez: Baseball: The Fan's Game, by Mickey Cochrane, 1939, pp. 73.
                                156. Top, Right: Lefty Gomez: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 299.
                                156. Top, Right: Lefty Gomez: The Story of the World Series, by Frederick G. Lieb, 1949/1965, pp. 150.
                                156. Middle: Lefty Gomez: Shadows of Summer: Classic Baseball Photographs, 1869-1947, by Donald Honig, 1994, pp. 135.  Or, the more cropped 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 153.
                                156. Bottom, Left: Joe Sewell: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 420.
                                156. Bottom, Right: Ernie Lombardi: The Greatest Catchers of all Time, by Donald Honig, 1991, pp. 44.  Or, The Brooklyn Dodgers: An Illustrated Tribute, by Donald Honig, 1981, pp. 63.
                                156. Far Bottom, Left: Kiki Cuyler: INTERNET:
                                156. Far Bottom, Right: Kiki Cuyler: INTERNET:
                                157. Left: Connie Mack: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 240.
                                157. Right: Connie Mack: The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 97.
                                158. Shibe Park: Rooftop 'Bleachers': The Mackmen, by Rev. Jerome C. Romanowski, The Baseball Padre, 1979, pp. 140. (Baseball Magazine)
                                158. Shibe Park Rooftop 'Bleachers': Connie Mack's '29 Triumph, by Bill Kashatus, 1999, pp. 124.  OR, one can alternately use The Days of Mr. McGraw, by Joseph Durso, 1969, pp. 156. Or, one can also alternately use Baseball: An Illustrated History, 
                                by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 104-105.
                                159. Left: Howard Emhke: INTERNET: 
                                159. Middle: Howard Emhke: Connie Mack's '29 Triumph, by Bill Kashatus, 1999, pp. 120. 
                                159. Right: Dolf Luque: INTERNET:
                                159. Far Right: Dolf Luque: INTERNET: Library of Congress Baseball Photo Collection.
                                160. Top, Left: Al Simmons: Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 76-77.
                                160. Top, Right: Al Simmons: 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 127.  Or one can alternately use the slightly more cropped: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 145.
                                160. Middle, Left: Al Simmons: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 96.
                                160. Middle, Right: Al Simmons: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 422.
                                160. Bottom: Al Simmons: INTERNET:
                                161. AL Umpires: Baseball Magazine, July, 1929.  
                                162. Left: Lou Gehrig: 100 Years of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 87.
                                162. Right: Lou Gehrig: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 274.
                                162. Left: Lou Gehrig: Sluggers, by George Sullivan, 1991, pp. 56. Or one can use the non-colorized The World Series and Highlights of Baseball in text and over 250 pictures, by Lamont Buchanan, 1951, pp. 90.
                                162. Right: Lou Gehrig: Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 20.
                                162. Left: Lou Gehrig:The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 83. 
                                162. Middle: Lou Gehrig:  SABR's The National Pastime, 1989, #9, Special Pictorial Issue, The Big-Bang Era, pp. 39.
                                162. Right: Lou Gehrig: Saturday Evening Post, June 22, 1929, pp. 42.
                                162. Lou Gehrig: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  The Great American Baseball Scrapbook, by A. D. Suehsdorf, 1978, pp. 72.
                                162. Left: Lou Gehrig/Hank Greenberg: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 282.  Or one can alternately use the more cropped 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 137.
                                162. Middle: Lou Gehrig/Hank Greenberg: The American League: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1983, pp. 142.  Or, one can alternately use the severely-more cropped The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 64.
                                162. Right: Lou Gehrig:
                                167. Left: Mickey Cochrane: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 100.
                                167. Right: Mickey Cochrane: Connie Mack's '29 Triumph, by Bill Kashatus, 1999, pp. 48.  Or one can alternately use Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 67.
                                167. Middle, Left: Mickey Cochrane: INTERNET: 
                                167. Middle, Right: Mickey Cochrane: INTERNET: 
                                167. Bottom: Mickey Cochrane: The Gashouse Gang, by John Heidenry, 2007, pp. 186.
                                168. Left: Lefty O'Doul: INTERNET
                                168. Right: Mel Ott: The Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 87.  Or, the less detailed Special Baseball Classics (Magazine), Summer, 1980, pp. 3.
                                169. Left: Ted Lyons: INTERNET: 
                                169. Middle: Ted Lyons: The Chicago White Sox, by Warren Brown, 1952, pp. 83.
                                169. Right: Ted Lyons: Baseball Players and Their Times: Oral Histories of the Game, 1920-1940, by Eugene Murdock, 1991, pp. 226.
                                169. Middle, Left: Ted Lyons: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 127.
                                169. Middle, Middle: Wes Ferrell: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 173.  Or one can alternately use 100 Years of Major League Baseball: American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 164.
                                169. Middle, Right: Wes Ferrell: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 154.
                                169. Bottom, Left: Wes Ferrell: Detroit News newspaper photo collection.
                                169. Bottom, Right: Wes Ferrell: The Cleveland Indians, by Franklin Lewis, 1949, pp. 180.
                                170. Left: Babe Herman: The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 115. 
                                170. Right: Babe Herman:  SABR's The National Pastime, #9, Special Pictorial Issue - The Big-Bang ERA, 1989, pp. 29.  The Great Baseball Players: from McGraw to Mantle: by Bert Randolph Sugar, 1997, pp. 63.
                                171. Top, Left: George Uhle: INTERNET: 
                                171. Top, Middle: George Uhle: INTERNET:
                                171. Top, Right: George Uhle: Baseball Players And Their Times: Oral Histories of the Game: 1920-1940, by Eugene Murdock, 1991, pp. 128.
                                171. Bottom, Left: George Uhle: Indians Illustrated: 100 Years of Cleveland Indians Photos, by Mark Stang, 2000, pp. 51.  Or, the slightly less clear Legends of Baseball, by Walter M. Langford, 1987, 116.
                                171. Bottom, Middle: George Uhle: The Detroit Tigers, by William M. Anderson, 1991, pp. 62.
                                171. Bottom, Right: George Uhle: INTERNET:
                                172. Left: Joe Cronin: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 118.
                                172. Right: Joe Cronin: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use Sporting News Presents Heroes of The Hall, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 127.
                                173. Top, Left: Chuck Klein: All-Time Greatest Who's Who in Baseball, 1872-1990, 1990, pp. 126.
                                173. Top, Middle: Chuck Klein/Jimmy Foxx: INTERNET: Athletics Album:f A Photo History of the Philadelphia Athletics, by Mark Stang, 2006, pp. 107.  Or one can alternately use  The Greatest First Basemen of All Time, by Donald Honig, 1988, pp. 56.
                                173. Top, Right: Chuck Klein/Jimmy Foxx: INTERNET:
                                173. Middle: Chuck Klein: INTERNET:
                                173. Bottom, Left: Jimmy Foxx: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 211. 
                                173. Bottom Middle: Jimmy Foxx: Baseball When The Grass Was Real, by Donald Honig, 1975, pp. 121.
                                173. Bottom, Right: Jimmy Foxx: Sporting News' Charles Conlon Collection' Baseball card, 1991, #2.
                                174. Top: 1933 NL All-Stars: The Baseball Timeline, by Burt Solomon, 2001, pp. 323.  Or When the Giants were Giants: Bill Terry and The Golden Age of New York Baseball, by Peter Williams, 1994, pp. 129. 
                                174. Middle: 1933 NL All-Stars: The Game That Was: The George Brace Baseball Photo Collection: by Richard Cahan/Mark Jacob, 1996, pp. 166. 
                                174. Bottom: 1933 NL All-Stars: Casey & Mr. McGraw, by Joseph Durso, 1989, pp. 105.  Or, one can alternately use the slightly more cropped  SABR's The National Pastime, #23, 2003, pp. 32.
                                175. Top: 1933 AL All-Stars: The Baseball Book: A Young Player's Guide to Baseball, by Kevin Briand, 2003, pp. 17.
                                175. Bottom: 1933 AL All-Stars: The Game That Was: The George Brace Baseball Photo Collection: by Richard Cahan/Mark Jacob, 1996, pp. 167. 
                                
                                Page 8.
                                
                                176. Top, Left: Carl Hubbell: McGraw of the Giants: An Informal Biography, by Frank Graham, 1944, pp. 229.
                                176. Top, Right: Carl Hubbell: 
                                176. Middle, Left: Carl Hubbell: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 11.
                                176. Middle, Middle: Carl Hubbell: The Baseball Timeline, by Burt Solomon, 2001, pp. 331.
                                176. Middle, Right: Carl Hubbell:  INTERNET: 
                                176. Bottom, Left: Carl Hubbell: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 238.
                                176. Bottom, Right: Carl Hubbell: The Great Baseball Players: from McGraw to Mantle: by Bert Randolph Sugar, 1997, pp. 70.
                                177. Top, Left: Bill Dickey: The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence S. Ritter & Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 161. 
                                177. Top Middle: Bill Dickey: Baseball's Greatest Lineup, compiled/ed. by Christy Walsh, 1952, pp. 132. 
                                177. Top, Right: Bill Dickey: INTERNET:
                                177. Middle, Left: Bill Dickey: INTERNET: 
                                177. Middle, Middle: Bill Dickey: INTERNET:
                                177. Middle, Right: Bill Dickey: Super Stars of Baseball, by Bob Broeg, 1971, pp. 57.
                                177. Bottom: Bill Dickey: INTERNET:
                                178. Top, Left: Dizzy Dean: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  Diz: The Story of Dizzy Dean and Baseball during the Great Depression, by Robert Gregory, 1992, pp. 84. 
                                178. Top, Right: Dizzy Dean: Diz: The Story of Dizzy Dean and Baseball during the Great Depression, by Robert Gregory, 1992, pp. 84. 
                                178. Bottom, Left: Dizzy Dean: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 197.
                                178. Bottom, Right: Dizzy Dean: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  Complete Sports, World Series: Illustrated Review, Volume 1, No. 7, 1962, pp. 80.
                                179. Top, Left: Charlie Gehringer: Baseball: The Fan's Game, by Mickey Cochrane, 1939, pp. 105.
                                179. Top, Right: Charlie Gehringer: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 384. 
                                179. Bottom, Left: Charlie Gehringer: 
                                179. Bottom, Right: Charlie Gehringer: Baseball in the 30's: A Decade of Survival: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1989, pp. 114. 
                                180. Yankees Dugout: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 188.
                                181. Top: Joe DiMaggio: Corbis, Or, . . . Joe DiMaggio: Special Baseball Classics (Baseball magazine), Volume 1, No. 1, 1977, pp. pp. 43.
                                181. Middle: Joe DiMaggio: Joe DiMaggio: Special Baseball Classics (Magazine), 1977, pp. 45.
                                181. Bottom: Joe DiMaggio:
                                181. Far Bottom: Left: Joe DiMaggio: The Story of Baseball in words and pictures, by John Durant, 1947, pp. 198.
                                181. Far Bottom: Right: Joe DiMaggio: The Rivals: the Boston Red Sox vs. The New York Yankees, An Inside History, by The Baseball Writers of The New York Times and The Boston Globe, 2004, pp. 88.
                                181. Top, Left: Joe DiMaggio: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  Baseball Between the Lines, by Donald Honig, 1976, pp. 38.
                                181. Top, Right: Joe DiMaggio: Baseball Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary Book, by Gerald Astor, 1988, pp. 178.
                                181. Bottom, Left: Joe DiMaggio: Sports Illustrated: The World Series: A History of Baseball's Fall Classic, by Ron Fimrite, 1993, pp. 112-113.
                                181. Bottom, Right: Joe DiMaggio: Right: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 205.
                                Or one can alternately use The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 72.
                                183. Left: Luke Appling: Sporting News Presents Heroes of The Hall, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 37.
                                183. Right: Luke Appling: Baseball Between The Wars, by Bill Hageman, 2001, pp. 147.
                                183. Bottom, Left: Arky Vaughan: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 221.  The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence S. Ritter & Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 142.
                                183. Bottom, Right: Arky Vaughan: INTERNET: 
                                184. Ted/Joe: Ultimate Baseball Book, ed. by Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1988, pp. 211.
                                185. Top, Left: Ted Williams: Baseball: An Informal History, by Douglass Wallop, 1969, pp. 120.
                                185. Top, Middle: Ted Williams: The Sluggers, contributing ed. John Holway, 1989, pp. 166.
                                185. Top, Right: Ted Williams: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 24.
                                185. Bottom: Ted Williams: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 331.
                                185. Far Bottom: Ted Williams: The Best of Sports Illustrated, 1996, pp. 6-7.
                                186. Left: Johnny Mize: The Joe Williams Baseball Reader, 1989, pp. 153.
                                186. Right: Johnny Mize: The Greatest First Basemen of All Time, by Donald Honig, 1988, pp. 70.
                                187. Left: Bob Feller: The Greatest Pitchers of All Time, by Donald Honig, 1988, pp. 94.
                                187. Right: Bob Feller: Shadows of Summer: Classic Baseball Photographs, 1869-1947, by Donald Honig, 1994, pp. 134.  Or, the less cropped 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 236.
                                188. 1937 AL All-Stars: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use Hank Greenberg: The Story of My Life, by Ira Berdow, 1989, pp. 138.
                                189. Former Phil. A's: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 193.
                                190. Top, Left: Stan Musial: The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 111. 
                                190. Top, Right: Stan Musial: SABR's The National Pastime, #9, 1989, pp. 79.  
                                190. Middle Left: Stan Musial: The Sluggers, by John Holway, 1989, pp. 167. 
                                190. Middle, Right: Stan Musial: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 257.  Source: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 349.
                                190. Bottom, Left: Stan Musial: The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. front cover.
                                190. Bottom, Right: Stan Musial:  The Baseball Timeline, by Burt Solomon, 2001, pp. 408.
                                190. Far Bottom Left: Stan Musial: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 351.
                                190. Far Bottom Right: Stan Musial: INTERNET: 
                                192. Left: Ernie Lanigan:SABR's The National Pastime, #7, 1987, pp. 30.
                                192. Right: Lee Allen: SABR's The National Pastime, #7, 1987, pp. 31.
                                193. Top: Left: Jackie Robinson/Branch Rickey: Baseball Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary Book, by Gerald Astor, 1988, pp. 218.
                                193. Top: Right: Jackie Robinson: 100 Years of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 149.
                                193. Middle: Left: Jackie Robinson: Jackie Robinson: Baseball, by Mike Kennedy, 2003, pp. 17.
                                193. Bottom, Left: Jackie Robinson: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  Jackie Robinson: Great Time Coming: The Life of Jackie Robinson-From Baseball To Birmingham, by David Falkner, 1995, pp. 225.
                                193. Bottom, Right: Jackie Robinson: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 298. 
                                194. Top, Left: Ewell Blackwell: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 244.  Or one can alternately use 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 273.
                                194. Top, Right: Ewell Blackwell: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 297.
                                194. Middle, Left: Ewell Blackwell: SABR's The National Pastime, #17, 1997, pp. 49
                                194. Middle, Right: Ewell Blackwell: Baseball Between the Lines, by Donald Honig, 1976, pp. 48.
                                194. Bottom: Ewell Blackwell: INTERNET: 
                                194. Bottom, Right: Ewell Blackwell: Baseball card: Pacific Trading Cards, Inc., Baseball Legends, 1989, card #188.
                                195. Top: Joe Gordon: SABR's Baseball Research Journal, #28, 1999, pp. 42.
                                195. Bottom, Left: Joe Gordon: INTERNET:
                                195. Bottom, Right: Joe Gordon: INTERNET: 
                                197. Top, Left: Ralph Kiner: What Baseball Means To Me: A Celebration of Our National Pastime, ed. by Curt Smith, 2002,  pp. 58.
                                197. Top, Middle: Ralph Kiner: Baseball Uniforms of the 20th Century: The Official ML BB Guide, Researched, Illustrated & Written by Marc Okkonen, 1993, pp. 67.
                                197. Top, Right: Ralph Kiner: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 298. 
                                197. Bottom, Left: Ted Kluszewski: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  The Image of Their Greatness, by Lawrence Ritter/Donald Honig, 1979, 1992, pp. 264.
                                197. Bottom, Right: Ted Kluszewski: The World Series: An Illustratated Encyclopedia of the Fall Classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2002, pp. 163.
                                198. Left: Al Kaline: 
                                198. Right: Al Kaline: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 319. 
                                198. Bottom, Left: Al Kaline:
                                198. Bottom, Right: Al Kaline: INTERNET: 
                                
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                                201. Left: Warren Spahn: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Baseball Timeline, by Burt Solomon, 2001, pp. 472.
                                201. Middle: Warren Spahn: Baseball . . .The Perfect Game, edited by Josh Leventhal, 2005, pp. 177.
                                201. Right: Warren Spahn: Home Run: My Life In Pictures: Hank Aaron, with Dick Schaap, 1999, pp. 81.
                                202. Top, Left: Hank Aaron: INTERNET:  Or one could alternately use The Great American Baseball Scrapbook, by A. D. Suehsdorf, 1978, pp. 156 (b/w), and Sports Illustrated (in color).
                                202: Top, Right. Hank Aaron: Home Run: My Life In Pictures: Hank Aaron, with Dick Schaap, 1999, pp. 65. 
                                202. Middle, Left: Hank Aaron: Aaron: The Autobiography of the greatest home-run hitter of the modern era, by Henry Aaron, with Furman Bisher, 1968, 1974, pp. 150.
                                202. Middle, Right: Hank Aaron: The Fielders, by Jim Kaplan, 1989, pp. 73.
                                202. Bottom, Left: Hank Aaron: INTERNET: Or one may alternately use Sports Illustrated's The Baseball Book, edited by Rob Fleder, 2006, pp. 232.
                                202. Bottom, Right: Hank Aaron: Home Run: My Life In Pictures: Hank Aaron, with Dick Schaap, 1999, pp. 48.
                                202. Far Bottom: Hank Aaron: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 146.
                                203. Left: Robin Roberts: 
                                203. Right: Robin Roberts: The Great American Baseball Scrapbook, by A. D. Suehsdorf, 1978, pp. 133.
                                203. Center, Left: Richie Ashburn: Glovemen: Twenty-Seven of Baseball's Greatest, by George Sullivan, 1996, pp. 45.
                                203. Center, Right: Richie Ashburn: INTERNET:
                                203. Bottom: Richie Ashburn: The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 164.
                                204. Left: Casey Stengel: Corbis, Or . . . Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 357.
                                204. Middle: Yogi Berra/Casey Stengel:
                                205. Left: Willie Mays: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 208. 
                                205. Right: Willie Mays: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 275.
                                205. Bottom: Willie Mays: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 436.
                                206. Top, Left: Mickey Mantle: From Sandlot to Big League: Connie Mack's BB Book, 1960, Forward. Or, one can alternately use The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 275.
                                206. Top, Right: Mickey Mantle: The Fielders, by Jim Kaplan, 1989, pp. 31.
                                206. Bottom, Left: Mickey Mantle: Yankee Stadium: 75 Years of Drama, Glamor, and Glory, by Ray Robinson/Christopher Jennison, 1998, pp. 104.
                                206. Bottom, Right: Mickey Mantle: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use  One Hundred Years: New York Yankees: The Official Retrospective, ed. by Mark Vancil/Mark Mandrake, 2002, pp. 6-7.
                                207. Left: Roy Face: Baseball Digest (Magazine) Baseball's BEST PITCHERS, January, 1989, pp. 41. 
                                207. Right: Dick Radatz: The Boston Red Sox: An Illustrated Tribute, by Donald Honig, 1984, pp. 142.
                                208. Top, Left: Whitey Ford: INTERNET: Complete Sports, World Series: Illustrated Review, Volume 1, No. 7, 1962, pp. 56-57.
                                208. Top, Right: Whitey Ford: Sports Illustrated: The World Series: A History of Baseball's Fall Classic, by Ron Fimrite, 1993, pp. 159.
                                208. Middle, Left: Herb Score: The History of Baseball, by Allison Danzig/Joe Reichler, 1959, pp. 146. 
                                208. Middle, Middle: Herb Score: INTERNET:
                                208. Middle, Right: Herb Score: Baseball card: Pacific Trading Cards, Inc., Baseball Legends, 1989, card #126.
                                208. Bottom, Left: Camilo Pascual: INTERNET:
                                208. Bottom, Right: Camilo Pascual: Nationals On Parade: 70 Years of Washington Nationals Photos, by Mark Stang/Phil Wood, 2005, pp. 149.
                                208. Far Bottom, Left: Luis Tiant: The World Series: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 219.
                                208. Far Bottom, Middle: Luis Tiant: The Explosive Sixties, by William B. Mead, 1989, pp. 52.
                                208. Far Bottom: Right: Jim 'Mudcat' Grant: INTERNET:
                                209. Top, Left: Roberto Clemente: 100 Years of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 178. 
                                209. Top, Middle: Roberto Clemente: The National League: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1987, pp. 279.
                                209. Top, Right: Roberto Clemente: The Fielders, by Jim Kaplan, 1989, pp. 117. 
                                209. Middle, Left: Roberto Clemente: Sporting News' 1997 Official Major League Baseball Fact Book, ed. by Ron Smith, 1997, pp. 418.
                                209. Bottom, Left: Roberto Clemente: The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 116.
                                209. Bottom, Middle: Roberto Clemente: Sports Illustrated, December 18, 2006, pp. 41.
                                209. Bottom, Right: Roberto Clemente: Glovemen, by George Sullivan, 1996, pp. 39.
                                210. Top, Left: Ted Williams/Mickey Mantle: Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward & Den Burns, 1994, pp. 345.
                                210. Top, Right: Ted Williams/Mickey Mantle: INTERNET:
                                211. Bottom, Left: Ted Williams: INTERNET: 
                                211. Bottom, Middle: Ted Williams: INTERNET: 
                                211. Bottom, Right: Ted Williams: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Autobiography of Baseball, by Joseph Wallace, 1998, pp. 62.
                                211. Top, Left: Yogi Berra: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 91.  Or, one can use the more cropped Source: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 60.
                                211. Top, Middle: Yogi Berra: Yogi Berra: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 321.
                                211. Top, Right: INTERNET:
                                211. Bottom: Yogi Berra: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 313.
                                212. Top, Left: Roy Campanella: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 321. 
                                212. Top, Middle: Roy Campanella: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 299.
                                212. Top, Right: Roy Campanella: Total Baseball, 8th. Ed., 2004, pp. 948.
                                212. Middle, Left: Roy Campanella: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 58,
                                212. Middle, Right: Roy Campanella: Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 58.
                                212. Bottom, Left: Roy Campanella: INTERNET:
                                212. Bottom, Middle: Roy Campanella: INTERNET:
                                212. Bottom, Right: Roy Campanella: INTERNET:
                                212. Bottom, Left: Roy Campanella: INTERNET: 
                                212. Bottom, Right: Roy Campanella: INTERNET: 
                                212. Far Bottom: Roy Campanella: INTERNET: 
                                213. Top, Left: Brooklyn Dodgers: Smithsonian Baseball: Inside The World's Finest Private Collections, by Stephen Wong, 2005, pp. 213.
                                213. Top, Right: Billy Cox: The Fielders, by Jim Kaplan, 1989, pp. 15.
                                213. Middle, Left: Duke Snider:
                                213. Middle, Right: Duke Snider:
                                214. Top, Left: Ernie Banks: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 46.
                                214. Top, Left: Ernie Banks: 100 Years Of Major League Baseball: American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 285.
                                214. Left, Under: Ernie Banks: 100 Years Of Major League Baseball: American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 305.
                                215. Top, Left: Eddie Mathews: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, JR./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 337.
                                215. Top, Middle: Eddie Mathews: Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 139.
                                215. Top, Right: Eddie Mathews:
                                215. Middle, Left: Eddie Mathews: INTERNET:
                                215. Middle, Right: Eddie Mathews: INTERNET: 
                                215. Bottom, Left: Eddie Mathews: INTERNET: 
                                215. Bottom, Right: Eddie Mathews: INTERNET: 
                                216. Left: Nellie Fox: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 181.
                                216. Right: Nellie Fox: Street and Smith's Official Yearbook, 1966, pp. 73.
                                216. Bottom: Nellie Fox: Baseball card: Pacific Trading Cards, Inc., Baseball Legends, 1989, card #57.
                                216. Bottom, Right: Nellie Fox: INTERNET:
                                217. Top, Left: Hoyt Wilhelm: The Story of Baseball in words and pictures, by John Durant, 1947, pp. 297.
                                217. Top, Right: Hoyt Wilhelm: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 359.  Or, one can alternately use Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 483.
                                217. Middle, Left: Hoyt Wilhelm: INTERNET:
                                217. Middle, Right: Sam McDowell: Illustrated History of Baseball, by Robert Smith, 1973, pp. 239.
                                218. Left: Frank Robinson: The Sluggers, by John Holway, 1989, pp. 56. 
                                218. Right: Frank Robinson: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 388.
                                218. Bottom: Frank Robinson: The Best of Sports Illustrated, 1996, pp. 59.
                                219. Top, Left: Ron Santo:
                                219. Top, Right: Ron Santo: INTERNET:
                                219. Middle, Left: Ron Santo: INTERNET: 
                                219. Middle, Right: Ron Santo: INTERNET: 
                                219. Bottom: Ron Santo: Sports Illustrated: April 18, 1966, pp. 67.
                                Source: Sports Illustrated, April 18, 1966, pp. 67.
                                220. Top, Left: Brooks Robinson: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 174.
                                220. Top, Right: Brooks Robinson: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 387.
                                220. Bottom, Left: Brooks Robinson: The Fielders, by Jim Kaplan, 1989, pp. 6. 
                                220. Bottom, Right: Brooks Robinson: The Story of Baseball, by Lawrence S. Ritter, 1983, pp. 117.
                                220. Far Bottom: Brooks Robinson: The Fielders, by Jim Kaplan, 1989, pp. 13.
                                220. Bottom, Bottom: Brooks Robinson: The Baseball Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary Book, by Gerald Astor, 1988, pp. 324.
                                222. Left: Don Drysdale: The Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 159.
                                222. Middle: Don Drysdale: Newsweek, October 11, 1965, pp. 68.
                                222. Right: Don Drysdale: Professional Baseball: The First 100 Years, Official Centennial ed., 1869-1969, March, 1969, pp. 140.
                                223. Left: Juan Marichal: Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 124.
                                223. Right: Juan Marichal: The Story of Baseball, by Lawrence S. Ritter, 1983, pp. 100.
                                224. Left: Bob Gibson: INTERNET:The World Series, An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall Classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 196.
                                224. Right: Sandy Koufax: Baseball's Greatest Pitchers, by S. A. Kramer, 1992, pp. 35.
                                225. Top, Left: Willie McCovey: Sports Illustrated's The World Series, by Ron Fimrite, 1993, pp. 68-69.
                                225. Top, Right: Willie McCovey: INTERNET:
                                225. Middle: Willie McCovey: Sports Illustrated, April 14, 1969, pp. 53-54.
                                225. Bottom: Willie McCovey: 100 Years of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 156. Or one can alternately use The World Series: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 176.  Or one can use INTERNET:
                                
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                                226. Top, Left: Harmon Killebrew:
                                226. Top, Middle: Harmon Killebrew: The Sluggers, by John Holway, 1989, pp. 85. 
                                226. Top, Right: Harmon Killebrew: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 150.  Source: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 274.
                                226. Bottom, Left: Harmon Killebrew: INTERNET: 
                                226. Bottom, Right: Harmon Killebrew: Nationals On Parade: 70 Years of Washington Nationals Photos, by Mark Stang/Phil Wood, 2005, pp. 145.
                                227. Top, Left: Bob Gibson: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 73.
                                227. Top, Right: Bob Gibson: 100 Years of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 161, OR, one can alternately use the more cropped Sports Illustrated: The World Series: A History of Baseball's Fall Classic, by Ron Fimrite, 1993, pp. 173.
                                227. Middle: Bob Gibson: INTERNET:
                                227. Middle: Bob Gibson: INTERNET: 
                                227. Bottom: Bob Gibson: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 196.
                                228. Top: Reggie Jackson: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 177. 
                                228. Bottom, Left: Reggie Jackson: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 106.
                                228. Bottom, Middle: Reggie Jackson: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 20.
                                228. Bottom, Right: Reggie Jackson: Upper Deck Baseball card, #1, 2001.
                                229. Top, Left: Willie Stargell: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 177.
                                229. Top, Middle: Willie Stargell: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 438.
                                229. Top, Right: Willie Stargell: Reflections of The Game: Lives In Baseball: The Photographs of Ronald C. Modra, by Pat Jordan, 1998, pp. 133.
                                229. Bottom, Left: Willie Stargell: The Pittsburgh Pirates: An Illustrated History, by Bob Smizik, edited by Gerald Astor, 1990, pp. 120.
                                229. Bottom, Right: Willie Stargell: The Pittsburgh Pirates: An Illustrated History, by Bob Smizik, edited by Gerald Astor, 1990, pp. 120.
                                230. Top, Left: Johnny Bench: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 40.
                                230. Top, Middle: Johnny Bench: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 15.
                                230. Top, Right: Pete Rose: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 19.
                                230. Bottom, Left: Johnny Bench: Sports Illustrated: The World Series: A History of Baseball's Fall Classic, by Ron Fimrite, 1993, pp. 191
                                230. Bottom, Right: Johnny Bench: Glovemen, by George Sullivan, 1996, pp. 25.
                                231. Left: Rod Carew: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 27.
                                231. Right: Rod Carew: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 134.
                                231. Bottom, Left: Rod Carew: INTERNET:
                                231. Bottom, Right: Rod Carew: Sports Illustrated: The Baseball Book, edited by Rob Fleder, 2006, pp. 73.
                                232. Top, Left: Carl Yaszstremski: Sports Illustrated, August 21, 1967, cover.
                                232. Top, Middle: Carl Yaszstremski: Baseball: 100 ears of The Modern Era: 1901-2000: From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 230.
                                232. Bottom: Carl Yaszstremski: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 500.
                                232. Top, Right, Top: Carl Yaszstremski: 
                                233. Top, Left: Frank Howard: Texas Rangers: Official 1992 Yearbook, 1992, pp. 51.
                                233. Top, Left: Frank Howard: INTERNET:
                                233. Bottom, Left: Frank Howard: The Sluggers, by John Holway, 1989, pp. 57.
                                233. Bottom, Middle: Dick Allen: INTERNET:
                                233. Bottom, Right, Top: Richie 'Dick' Allen: INTERNET
                                233. Bottom, Right, Bottom: Richie 'Dick' Allen: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 417.
                                234. Top, Left: Billy Williams: Street and Smith's Official Baseball Yearbook, 1966, pp. 28.
                                234. Top, Right: Billy Williams: INTERNET:  Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 484.
                                234. Bottom, Left: Fergie Jenkins: INTERNET:
                                234. Bottom, Right: Fergie Jenkins: INTERNET:
                                235. Top, Left: Gaylord Perry: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, JR./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 436.
                                235. Top, Middle: Gaylord Perry: INTERNET, or one may use the more cropped Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 32.
                                235. Top, Right: Gaylord Perry: INTERNET:
                                135. Bottom, Left: Phil Niekro: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 39.
                                235. Bottom, Right: Phil Niekro: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 355.
                                236. Top, Left: Nolan Ryan: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 46.
                                236. Top, Right: Nolan Ryan: INTERNET:
                                236. Bottom, Left: Tom Seaver: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 16.
                                236. Bottom, Middle: Tom Seaver: The Best of Baseball Digest, ed. by John Kuenster, 2006, pp. 295.
                                236. Bottom, Right: Tom Seaver: INTERNET: 
                                237. Top, Left: Joe Morgan: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 24.
                                237. Top, Middle: Joe Morgan: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 346.
                                237. Top, Right: Joe Morgan: Joe Morgan: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 132.
                                237. Middle, Left: Joe Morgan: The Story of Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1977, pp. 182.
                                237. Middle, Right: Joe Morgan: The World Series, An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall Classic, byJosh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 223.  Or, one can alternately use the more cropped Reflections of The Game: Lives In Baseball: The Photographs of Ronald C. Modra, by Pat Jordan, 1998, pp. 42.
                                237. Bottom, Left: Joe Morgan: Cover of Sports Illustrated June 6, 1966
                                237. Bottom, Right: Joe Morgan: The Biographical History of Baseball, by Donald Dewey/Nicholas Acocella, 2002, pp. 138.
                                238. Top, Left: Tim Raines: INTERNET: Crbs
                                238. Top, Right: Tim Raines: 1989 Baseball Cards (magazine), May, 1989,pp. 46.
                                238. Middle, Left: Paul Molitor: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 213.
                                238. Middle, Right: Paul Molitor: Reflections of The Game: Lives In Baseball: The Photographs of Ronald C. Modra, by Pat Jordan, 1998, pp. 40.
                                238. Bottom: Paul Molitor: Sports Illustrated
                                238. Far Bottom: Paul Molitor: Sports Illustrated
                                239. Top: Left: Eddie Murray: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 447.
                                239. TopRight: Eddie Murray: Baseball (magazine), June, 1989, Back Cover.
                                239. Middle, Left: Eddie Murray: 1989 Baseball Cards (magazine), May, 1989, pp. 43.
                                239. Middle, Middle: Bill Madlock: INTERNET: 
                                239. Middle, Right: Rafael Palmeiro: INTERNET:
                                239. Bottom, Left: Bill Madlock: INTERNET: 
                                239. Bottom, Right: Bill Madlock: INTERNET:
                                239. Far Bottom, Left: Bill Madlock: INTERNET: 
                                239. Far Bottom, Right: Bill Madlock: INTERNET:
                                240. Top, Left: George Brett: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 45.
                                240. Top, Middle: George Brett: INTERNET: 
                                240. Top, Right: George Brett: INTERNET: 
                                240. Middle, Left: Alan Trammell: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 76.
                                240. Middle, Middle: Alan Trammell: INTERNET:
                                240. Middle Right: Alan Trammell: INTERNET:
                                240. Middle, Far Right: Alan Trammell: 1989 Baseball Cards, 1989, pp. 60.
                                240. 3rd From Top: Alan Trammell: Sports Illustrated
                                240. Bottom: Alan Trammell/Steve Garvey: Baseball: 365 Days, by Joseph Wallace, 2008, pp. 511.
                                241. Top, Left: Carlton Fisk: INTERNET:
                                241. Top, Right: Gary Carter: INTERNET:
                                241. Middle, Left: Carlton Fisk: Sports Illustrated: The World Series: A History of Baseball's Fall Classic, by Ron Fimrite, 1993, pp. 81.
                                241. Middle, Right: Carlton Fisk: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 173.
                                241. Bottom, Left: Carlton Fisk: INTERNET: 
                                241. Bottom, Right: Thurman Munson: Reflections of The Game: Lives In Baseball: The Photographs of Ronald C. Modra, by Pat Jordan, 1998, pp.245.
                                242. Left: Jim Palmer: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 140.
                                242. Middle: Jim Palmer: Baseball Digest (Magazine) Baseball's BEST PITCHERS, 1989 Pitching Yearbook, January, 1989, pp. 55. 
                                242. Right: Jim Palmer: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 28.
                                242. Bottom, Left: Catfish Hunter: Baseball Digest (Magazine) Baseball's BEST PITCHERS, 1989 Pitching Yearbook, January, 1989, pp. 54.
                                242. Bottom, Right: Bert Blyleven: INTERNET:
                                243. Left: Tony Perez: Sports Illustrated, July 13, 1970, pp. 13.
                                243. Left: Tony Perez: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 40.
                                243. Right: Dave Concepcion: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 50.
                                244. Top, Left: Robin Yount: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 476.
                                244. Top, Right: Robin Yount: The Baseball Anthology: 125 Years, ed. by Joseph Wallace, 1994, pp. 243.
                                244. Bottom, Left: Robin Yount:The Greatest Shortstops of All Time, by Donald Honig, 1988, pp. 90.
                                244. Bottom, Middle: Robin Yount: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 70.
                                244. Bottom, Right: Robin Yount: Reflections of The Game: Lives In Baseball: The Photographs of Ronald C. Modra, by Pat Jordan, 1998, pp. 100.
                                245. Top: Cecil Cooper: INTERNET: 
                                245. Bottom: Cecil Fielder: INTERNET: 
                                246. Left: Tony Oliva: Sports Illustrated, April 19, 1965.
                                246. Middle: Tony Oliva: Sports Illustrated, July 11, 1966.
                                246. Right: Tony Oliva: Sports Illustrated, August 24, 1970, pp. 13.
                                246. Bottom: Tony Oliva: Street and Smith's Official Baseball Yearbook, 1966, pp. 37. 
                                246. Middle: Tony Oliva: INTERNET: www.sportsecyclopedia.com/al/tcmin/oliva2.jpg
                                247. Left: Mike Schmidt: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 45.
                                247. Middle: Mike Schmidt: The Sluggers, contributing ed. John Holway, 1989, pp. 6.
                                247. Right: Mike Schmidt: Baseball's Dream Teams, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 178., pp. 178.
                                247. Bottom: Mike Schmidt: INTERNET: 
                                248. Left: Steve Carlton: Baseball: A Celebration, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 427.
                                248. Right: Steve Carlton: Baseball Digest (Magazine) Baseball's BEST PITCHERS, 1989 Pitching Yearbook, January, 1989, pp. 55.
                                249. Left: Steve Garvey: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 31
                                249. Middle: Keith Hernandez: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 61.
                                249. Right: Keith Hernandez: Reflections of The Game: Lives In Baseball: The Photographs of Ronald C. Modra, by Pat Jordan, 1998, pp. 132.
                                250. Left: Don Sutton: Baseball Digest (Magazine) Baseball's BEST PITCHERS, 1989 Pitching Yearbook, January, 1989, pp. 55. 
                                250. Middle: Don Sutton: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 42.
                                250. Right: Bruce Sutter: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 65.
                                
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                                251. Left: Wade Boggs: The Baseball Timeline, by Burt Solomon, 2001, pp. 925.
                                251. Right: Tony Gwynn: The Art of Hitting, by Tony Gwynn, with Roger Vaughan, 1998, pp. 14.
                                251. Bottom: Tony Gwynn: Baseball: 365 Days, by Joseph Wallace, 2008, pp. 515.
                                252. Top, Left: Nomar Garciaparra: INTERNET:
                                252. Top, Right: Nomar Garciaparra:INTERNET:  
                                252. Middle: Ryne Sandberg: INTERNET: 
                                252. 3rd from Top, Left: Ryne Sandberg: The Best of Baseball Digest, ed. by John Kuenster, 2006, pp. 319.
                                252. 3rd from Top, Middle: Ryne Sandberg: 1989 Baseball Cards (magazine), May, 1989, pp. 52.
                                252. 3rd from Top, Right: Ryne Sandberg: topps baseball card: 1990, card #210.
                                252. Bottom: Ryne Sandberg: Baseball: 365 Days, by Joseph Wallace, 2008, pp. 185.
                                253. Left: Middle: Will Clark: Major League Baseball Yearbook (Magazine), Volume 12, #1, 1989, pp. 44.
                                253. Middle: Will Clark: Sporting News' 1997 Official Major League Baseball  Fact Book, ed. by Ron Smith, 1997, pp. 457.
                                253. Right: Will Clark: Baseball Super Stars of the '90's (Magazine), Spring, 1987, Volume 1, #1, pp. 39.
                                253. Botton: Will Clark: AllTime Baseball Greats (Magazine), #2, July, 1990, pp. 32.
                                253. Bottom, Middle: Will Clark: 1989 Baseball Cards (magazine), May, 1989,pp. 14/back cover.
                                254. Top, Left: Don Mattingly: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 481.
                                254. Top, Middle: Don Mattingly:
                                254. Middle, Right: Don Mattingly: Glovemen: Twenty-Seven of Baseball's greatest, by George Sullivan, 1996, pp. 13.
                                254. Middle, Right, Bottom: Don Mattingly: Baseball's Dream Teams: The Greatest Major League Players Decade by Decade, by Lloyd Johnson, 1990, pp. 6.
                                254. Middle, Left: Don Matttingly: Baseball Super Stars of the '90's (Magazine), Spring, 1987, Volume 1, #1, pp. 13.
                                254. Middle, Right: Don Mattingly: Glovemen: Twenty-Seven of Baseball'a Greatest, by George Sullivan, 1996, pp. 13.
                                254. Bottom, Left: Kirby Puckett: Sporting News Selects Baseball's Greatest Players, 1998. pp. 186.
                                254. Bottom, Middle: Kirby Puckett: Street & Smith's Baseball (Magazine), March, 1989, pp. 60
                                254. Bottom, Right: Kirbby Puckett: The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1990, pp. 157.
                                255. Left: Cal Ripken: Magazine
                                255. Middle: Cal Ripken: 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 427.
                                255. Right: Cal Ripken: The Best of Baseball Digest, ed. by John Kuenster, 2006, pp. 400.
                                255. Far Right: Cal Ripken: Baseball: The Illustrated History of America's Game, by Donald Honig, 1990, pp. 303.
                                255. Bottom, Left: Dwight 'Doc' Gooden: Baseball Super Stars of the '90's (Magazine), Spring, 1987, Volume 1, #1, pp. 65. 
                                255. Bottom, Right: Oral Hershiser: Baseball Digest (Magazine) Baseball's BEST PITCHERS, 1989 Pitching Yearbook, January, 1989, pp. 6. 
                                256. Left: Mark McGwire: Baseball Stars of the '90's (Magazine), Spring 1989, pp. 30, (Superstars of the '90's series, issue #5)
                                256. Middle: Mark McGwire: The Sluggers, by John Holway, 1989, pp. 156. 
                                256. Right: Mark McGwire: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 196.
                                257. Left: Derek Jeter: Internet:
                                257. Center: Derek Jeter: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 595.
                                257. Right: Derek Jeter: INTERNET:
                                257. Bottom: Derek Jeter: Sports Illustrated: The Baseball Book, Edited by Rob Fleder, 2006, pp. 24.
                                258. Top, Left: Albert Belle: INTERNET: 
                                258. Top, Middle: Albert Belle: INTERNET:
                                258. Top, Right: Albert Belle: INTERNET: 
                                258. Middle, Left: Frank Thomas: 100 Years of Major League Baseball: American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, pp. 481.
                                258. Middle, Middle: Frank Thomas:
                                258. Middle, Middle: Frank Thomas:
                                258. Bottom, Left: Jeff Bagwell: 100 Years of Major League Baseball: American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, pp. 485.
                                258. Bottom, Right: Jeff Bagwell: INTERNET:
                                258. Bottom: Jeff Bagwell: Sports Illustrated: The Baseball Book, Edited by Rob Fleder, 2006, pp. 158.
                                258. Far Bottom, Left: Bobby Grich: INTERNET: 
                                258. Far Bottom, Right: Bobby Grich: INTERNET: 
                                259. Left: Ozzie Smith:
                                259. Right: Ozzie Smith: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 69.
                                259. Bottom: Ozzie Smith: INTERNET:  Or, one can alternately use the more cropped 100 Years of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 213.
                                259. Far Bottom: Sammy Sosa: Sports Illustrated: The Baseball Book, Edited by Rob Fleder, 2006, pp. 267.
                                260. Left: John Franco: Baseball Digest (Magazine) Baseball's BEST PITCHERS, 1989 Pitching Yearbook, January, 1989, pp. 17. 
                                260. Middle: Rollie Fingers: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 36.
                                260. Right: Rollie Fingers: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 206.
                                260. Middle, Left: Goose Gossage: INTERNET:
                                260. Middle, Right: Goose Gossage: Baseball: 365 Days, by Joseph Wallace, 2008, pp. 491.
                                260. Bottom: Dan Quisenberry: INTERNET:
                                260. Bottom, Left: Dennis Eckersley: Street & Smith's Baseball (Magazine), March, 1989, pp. 27.
                                260. Bottom, Middle: Dennis Eckersley: Baseball Digest (Magazine) Baseball's BEST PITCHERS, 1989 Pitching Yearbook, January, 1989, pp. 14.
                                260. Bottom, Right: Dennis Eckersley: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 210.
                                261. Left: Dave Winfield: Baseball Future Hall of Famers (Magazine), Issue #4, Superstars of the '90's, Winter, 1989, pp. 57.
                                261. Middle: Dave Winfield: The Sluggers, contributing ed. John Holway, 1989, pp. 31.
                                261. Right: Dave Winfield: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 493.
                                261. Bottom, Left: Rickey Henderson: Sport (magazine), April, 1990.
                                261. Bottom, Right: Omar Vizquel: INTERNET:
                                262. Top, Left: Barry Larkin: INTERNET:
                                262. Top, Right: Barry Larkin: Baseball Stars of the '90's (Magazine), Issue #5, Spring, 1989, pp. 26. (Superstars of the '90's series, issue #5)
                                262. Middle, Left: Craig Biggio: INTERNET: 
                                262. Middle, Right: Craig Biggio: INTERNET:
                                263. Top, Left: Ivan Rodriguez: INTERNET:
                                263. Top, Middle: Ivan Rodriguez: INTERNET:
                                263. Top, Right: Ivan Rodriguez: Baseball card
                                263. Middle, Left: Scott Rolan: INTERNET:
                                263. Middle, Right: Scott Rolan: INTERNET:
                                263. Bottom: Bobby Abreu: INTERNET:
                                264. Billy Wagner:
                                264. Middle: Billy Wagner:
                                264. Right: Billy Wagner:
                                264. Bottom: Billy Wagner: INTERNET:
                                265. Top, Left: Ichiro Suzuki: INTERNET:
                                265. Top, Right: Ichiro Suzuki: INTERNET:
                                265. Bottom, Left: Ken Griffey, Jr.: INTERNET:
                                265. Bottom, Middle: Ken Griffey, Jr.: INTERNET, Or one can alternately use Baseball: The Perfect Game, ed. by Josh Leventhal, 2005, pp. 211.
                                265. Bottom: Right: Ichiro Suzuki:  INTERNET:
                                266. Left: Greg Maddux: INTERNET:
                                266. Right: Greg Maddux: The Baseball Chronicles, by Larry Burke, 1995, pp. 2. 
                                267. Top, Left: Alexander Rodriguez: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 606.
                                267. Top, Middle: Alexander Rodriguez: 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 493.
                                267. Top, Right: Alexander Rodriguez: Total Baseball, 8th edition, edited by John Thorn, Phil birnbaum, Bill Deane, 2004, pp. 288.
                                267. Middle: Alexander Rodriguez: Baseball: The Perfect Game, edited by Josh Leventhal, 2005, pp. 211.
                                267. Bottom: Alexander Rodriguez: Baseball: 365 Days, by Joseph Wallace, 2008, pp. 123.
                                268. Left: Vladimir Guerrero: INTERNET:
                                268. Middle: Vladimir Guerrero: INTERNET:
                                268. Right: Vladimir Guerrero: Baseball: The Perfect Game, ed. by Josh Leventhal, 2005, pp. 216.
                                269. Left: Randy Johnson: INTERNET:
                                270. Right: Randy Johnson: INTERNET:
                                2769. Bottom: Randy Johnson: The Art of Hitting, by Tony Gwynn, 1998, pp. 86.
                                270. Left: Albert Pujols: INTERNET:
                                270. Right: Albert Pujols: INTERNET:
                                279. Bottom, Left: Albert Pujols: INTERNET:
                                270. Botom, Right: Albert Pujols: INTERNET:
                                271. Left: Pedro Martinez: INTERNET:
                                271. Right: Mariano Rivera: INTERNET:
                                272. Top, Left: Roger Clemens: 
                                272. Top, Right: Roger Clemens: The Sporting News Selects BB's Greatest Players, 1998, pp. 118.
                                272. Middle: Roger Clemens: Baseball Digest: Baseball's Best Pitchers (Magazine), 1989 Pitching Yearbook, 1988, pp. 8.
                                272. Bottom: Roger Clemens: Baseball: 365 Days, by Joseph Wallace, 2008, pp. 343.
                                273. Left Barry Bonds: INTERNET:
                                273. Middle: Barry Bonds: 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 477.
                                273. Right: Barry Bonds: INTERNET:
                                274. Hanley Ramirez
                                275. Joe Mauer
                                
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                                276. Boston Sports Writers, 
                                277. New York Sports Writers, 1911: Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 167.
                                278. New New York Sports Writers, 1915: Baseball As I Have Known It, by Fred Lieb, 1977, pp. 35.
                                279. New York Sports Writers, 1927:  John McGraw's Silver Jubilee: Casey & Mr. McGraw, by Joseph Durso, 1989, pp. 102.
                                280. New York Sports Writers, 1927: Baseball As I Have Known It, by Fred Lieb, 1977, pp. 35.
                                281. New York Sports Writers, 1928: Baseball As I Have Known It, by Fred Lieb, 1977, pp. 252. 
                                282. New York Sports Writers, 1928: Games, Asterisks, and Peole, by Ford C. Frick, 1973, pp. 52.
                                283. New York Sports Writers, 1931: Baseball As I Have Known It, by Fred Lieb, 1977, pp. 253. 
                                284. Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939
                                285. Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939
                                286. Top: Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939
                                286. Below: Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939:  Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 107.
                                287. Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939: Peach: Ty Cobb in His Time and Ours, by Richard Bak, 2005, pp. 168.
                                288. Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939
                                289. Top: Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939: Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 248.
                                289. Bottom: Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939: 
                                290. Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939 - My 66 Years in the big Leagues, by Connie Mack, 1950, pp. 30.
                                290. Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939: My 66 Years in the Big Leagues, by Connie Mack, 1950, pp. 30.
                                291. Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939
                                292. Hall of Fame Dedication, 1939
                                293. Boston Americans/Pittsburgh Pirates: Red Sox Century: 100 Years of Red Sox Baseball, by Glenn Stout/Richard A. Johnson, 2000, pp. 41.
                                294. 1896 Baltimore Orioles:  John McGraw, by Charles Alexander, 1988, pp. 182.
                                295. 1900 Pittsburgh Pirates
                                296. 1901 Pittsburgh Pirates
                                297. 1906 Chicago Cubs: Smithsonian Baseball: Inside The World's Finest Private Collection, by Stephen Wong, 2005, pp. 262.  Or one can alternately use The World Series: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall Classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 16.
                                297. 1906 Chicago Cubs: Baseball: The Golden Age, by Harold Seymour, 1971, pp. 152.
                                298. 1908 New York Highlanders (Yankees): Shadows of Summer: Classic Baseball Photographs, 1869-1947, by Donald Honig, 1994, pp. 30-31.  Or The New York Yankees: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1981, pp. 13.
                                299. Top: 1907 Detroit Tigers: Or, one can alternately use The Great American Baseball Scrapbook, by A. D. Suehsdorf, 1978, pp. 45.
                                299. Bottom: 1907 Detroit Tigers: Peach: Ty Cobb in His Time and Ours, by Richard Bak, 2005, pp. 49. 
                                300. 1909 Detroit Tigers: 
                                
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                                302. 1910 Philadelphia Athletics: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 51.  Or one can alternately use www.thedeadballera.com/TeamPhotoGallery.html 
                                303. Top: 1913 Philadelphia Athletics: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 61.  Or, one can alternately use 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 60.  Or, one can alternately use The Ultimate Baseball Book, edited Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1988, pp. 110.
                                303. Botttom: 1913 Philadelphia Athletics: The Joe Williams BB Reader, by Peter Williams, 1989, pp. 19.
                                304. 1915 Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 64.
                                305. Top: 1919 Chicago White Sox: INTERNET: www.thedeadballera.com/TeamPhotoGallery.html Or one can alternately use the less clear, and more cropped Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 123.  (Or one can alternately use the less-cropped, but less quality detailed: Baseball Scrapbook, 1991, pp. 286.)
                                305. Middle: 1919 Chicago White Sox: The Ultimate Baseball Book, edited Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1988, pp. 102. 
                                305. Bottom: 1919 Chicago White Sox: Baseball's Book of Firsts, by Lloyd Johnson, 1999, pp. 53.
                                306. 1922 New York Giants: The Ballplayers, edited by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 792. 
                                307. Top: 1927 New York Yankees: INTERNET:
                                307. Bottom: 1927 New York Yankees: The History of Baseball, edited by Joe Reichler/Allison Danzig, 1959, pp. 82.
                                308. 1929 Philadelphia Athletics: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 139.  Or, one can alternately use Connie Mack's '29 Triumph, by Bill Kashatus, 1999, pp. 99.
                                308. 1929 Philadelphia Athletics: Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 344.
                                309. 1935 Detroit Tigers: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 270. 
                                309. 1935 Detroit Tigers: 
                                309. 1935 Detroit Tigers: 100 Years of Major League Baseball: American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 162.
                                310. Top: 1934 St. Louis Cardinals: INTERNET:
                                310. Middle: 1934 St. Louis Cardinals: The Gashouse Gang, by John Heidenry, 2007, pp. 186.
                                310. Bottom: 1934 St. Louis Cardinals: INTERNET: www.thedeadballera.com/TeamPhotoGallery.html
                                311. Top: 1936 New York Yankees: 20th Century Baseball Chronicle, 1992, pp. 177.  Or, one can alternately use  www.thedeadballera.com/TeamPhotoGallery.html
                                311. Bottom: 1936 New York Yankees: INTERNET: 
                                312. 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers: Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 14-15. 
                                313. 1958 New York Yankees: www.thedeadballera.com/TeamPhotoGallery.html.  Or one can alternately use 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 282.
                                314. 1973 Oakland A's: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 816. 
                                315. 1976 Cincinnati Reds: Baseball '76: Official Bi-Centennial Edition, pp. 81.
                                316. 1977 New York Yankees: INTERNET: www.thedeadballera.com/TeamPhotoGallery.html
                                317. 1989 Oakland A's:
                                318. 1998 New York Yankees: INTERNET: www.thedeadballera.com/TeamPhotoGallery.html
                                
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                                326. Top: Yankee Stadium:
                                326. Second from Top: Yankee Stadium:
                                326. Third from Top: Yankee Stadium:
                                326. Fourth from Top: Yankee Stadium:
                                326. Fifth from Top: Yankee Stadium: 
                                327. Polo Grounds:
                                327. Candlestick Park: 
                                327. Candlestick Park: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 116.
                                327. Bottom: Pac Bell Park: 
                                328. Fenway Park: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                328. Middle: Fenway Park: Take Me Out To the Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present, By Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 16.
                                328. Far Bottom: Fenway Park: INTERNET:
                                329. Comiskey Park: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                329. Second from Top: Comiskey Park: INTERNET:
                                329. Bottom: from Top: Comiskey Park: INTERNET:
                                330. Top: Forbes Field: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                330. Second from Top: Forbes Field: INTERNET:
                                330. Third from Top: Forbes Field: INTERNET:
                                330. Bottom: Three Rivers Field: Take Me Out To the Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present, By Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 50.
                                331. Wrigley Field: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                331. Second from Top: Wrigley Field:
                                331. Third from Top: Wrigley Field: Take Me Out To the Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present, By Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 76.
                                331. Bottom: Wrigley Field: INTERNET:
                                332. Crosley Field: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                332. Middle: Crosley Field: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                332. Bottom: Crosley Field: INTERNET:
                                333. Ebbets Field: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                334. Top: Briggs Stadium: INTERNET:
                                334. Second from Top: Busch Stadium:
                                334. Third from Top: Tiger Stadium: INTERNET:
                                334. Bottom: Comerica Park: INTERNET:
                                335. Top, Left: Busch Stadium: 
                                335. Top, Right: Sportsman's Park: 
                                335. Middle:
                                335. Bottom: 
                                336. Shibe Park: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                337. Griffith Stadium: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                337. Second from Top: Griffith Stadium: INTERNET:
                                337. Bottom: Griffith Stadium:
                                338. Top: Baker Bowl: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                338. Bottom: Veterans Stadium:  Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 34.
                                339. League Park: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                339. Second from Top: Cleveland Stadium: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                339. Third from Top: Cleveland Stadium:
                                339. Jacobs Field: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 56.
                                340. Braves Field: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                340. Second from Top, Left: Milwauke County Stadium:
                                340. Second from Top, Right: Milwaukee County Stadium:
                                340. Bottom: Milwaukee County Stadium: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 70.
                                342. Top, Left: Memorial Stadium: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                342. Top, Right: 
                                342. Bottom, Left: INTERNET:
                                342. Bottom, Right: Oriole Park at Camden Yards: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 38.
                                343. Top, Left: Dodger Stadium: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                343. Top, Right: Dodger Stadium: INTERNET:
                                343. Bottom, Left: Dodger Stadium: 
                                343. Bottom, Right: Dodger Stadium: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 112.
                                344. Top: Exposition Park: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                344. Bottom: Exposition Park:
                                345. Top: West Side Grounds: 
                                345. Bottom: West Side Grounds: The World Series: An Illustrated Enchyclopedia of the Fall Classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 19.
                                345. West Side Grounds: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                345. West Side Grounds: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                345. West Side Grounds: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                346. Bennett Field: http://www.thedeadballera.com/Player..._Stadiums.html
                                346. Bennett Field: The World Series: An Illustrated Enchyclopedia of the Fall Classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 24.
                                347. Hilltop Park:
                                348. Top: Edison Park AKA Anaheim Park: INTERNET:
                                348. Second from Top: Anaheim Park: INTERNET:
                                348. Third from Top: Anaheim Park: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 110.
                                349. Astrodome:
                                349. Bank One Ballpark: INTERNET:
                                349. Safeco Park: INTERNET:
                                349. Ballpark in Arlington: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 102.
                                349. Coors Field: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 106.
                                350. Top: Shea Stadium: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 28.
                                350. Second from Top: Shea Stadium
                                350. Third from Top: Network Associates Colosium: Take Me Out To The Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks, Past and Present: by Josh Leventhal, 2000, pp. 120.
                                350. Bottom: Petco Park: INTERNET:
                                
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                                358. Left: Silk O'Loughlin: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 27.
                                358. Right: Jack Sheridan: Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward/Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 68.  Or one could alternately use the more cropped SABR's The Baseball Research Journal, 1989, #18, pp. 78.
                                359. Cy Rigler: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 103.
                                360. Top, Left: Tom Connolly: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 182.
                                360. Top, Right: Tom Connolly: INTERNET: 
                                360. Bottom: Tom Connolly: The Pitch that Killed, by Mike Sowell, 1989, pp. 111. 
                                361. Beans Reardon: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 59.
                                361. Tom Lynch: The National League Story: The Official History, by Lee Allen, 1961, 1965, pp. 151.
                                362. Left: Tim Hurst: Baseball Magazine, September, 1908, pp. 8.
                                362. Right:Tim Hurst: Pitching In a Pinch, by Christy Mathewson, 1912, republished 1994, pp. 178..
                                363. Left: Brick Owens: The Sporting News, November 23, 1949, obituary, pp. 16.
                                363. Right: George Hildebrand: The Sporting News, June 8, 1960 obituary, pp. 48.
                                364. Jocko Conlon: The Umpire Story, by James M. Kahn, 1953, pp. 120.
                                365: Left: Umpires: The Umpire Story, by James M. Kahn, 1953, pp. 120.
                                365. Middle: George Moriarty: The World Series: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 256.
                                365: Right: Bob Emslie: SARB's The Baseball Research Journal, 2005, #34, pp. 59.  Or, one could alternately use the less clear SABR's Deadball Stars of the National League, ed. by Tom Simon, 2004, pp. 21.
                                366. NL Umpires: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 447, 449.
                                367. AL Umpires: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 451, 453.
                                368. Far Left: Bill Byron: The Story of Baseball in words and pictures, by John Durant, 1947, pp. 143.
                                368. Left, middle: Cy Rigler: The World Series: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 256.
                                368. Right, middle: Hank O'Day: The Umpire Story, by James M. Kahn, 1953, pp. 120.
                                368. Far Right: Dolly Stark: The Umpire Story, by James M. Kahn, 1953, pp. 120.
                                369. Left: Bill Klem/Brick Owens: INTERNET:
                                369. Middle: Brick Owens: INTERNET:
                                369. Right: Brick Owens: INTERNET:
                                370. Left: Silk O'Loughlin: INTERNET:
                                370. Right: Silk O'Loughlin: SABR's The Baseball research Journal, 2005, #34, pp. 59.
                                371. Bill Klem: Smithsonian Baseball: Inside The World's Finest Private Collections, by Stephen Wong, 2005, pp. 248.
                                374. Al Barlick: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 49.
                                375. Cal Hubbard: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 496.
                                
                                Pagae 16.
                                
                                376. Left: Connie Mack: My Life in Baseball-the True Record, by Ty Cobb with Al Stump, 1961, pp. 265.
                                376. Middle: Connie Mack: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 177.
                                376. Right: Connie Mack: Sporting News' 1997 Official Major League Baseball  Fact Book, ed. by Ron Smith, 1997, pp. 364.
                                376. Bottom, Left: Connie Mack: INTERNET:
                                376. Bottom, Right: Connie Mack: INTERNET: Shadows of Summer: Classic Baseball Photographs, 1869-1947, by Donald Honig, 1994, pp. 120.
                                377. Top, Left: John McGraw: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 81.
                                377. Top, Right: John McGraw/Connie Mack: Smithsonian Baseball: Inside The World's Finest Private Collections, by Stephen Wong, 2005, pp. 132.
                                377. Middle: John McGraw/Connie Mack: The Ultimate Baseball Book, edited by Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1979, pp. 84.  Or one can alternately use The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 146. 
                                377. Bottom: John McGraw/Connie Mack: Baseball: The Golden Age, by Harold Seymour, 1871, pp. 153.
                                378. Left: Ned Hanlon:
                                378. Middle Top: Ned Hanlon:
                                378. Middle Bottom: Ned Hanlon:
                                378. Right: Ned Hanon: 150 Years of Baseball, 1989, pp. 60.
                                379. Casey Stengel: One Hundred Years: New York Yankees: The Official Retrospective, by ed. by Mark Vancil/Mark Mandrake, 2002, pp. 153.
                                379. Right: Casey Stengel: Sports Illustrated's The World Series, by Ron Fimrite, 1993, pp. 63.
                                380. Left: Joe McCarthy: Yankee Stadium: 75 Years of Drama, Glamor, and Glory, by Ray Robinson/Christopher Jennison, 1998, pp. 45.
                                380. Right: Joe McCarthy: One Hundred Years: New York Yankees: The Official Retrospective, by ed. by Mark Vancil/Mark Mandrake, 2002, pp. 177.
                                381. Joe Torre:
                                382. Bobby Cox: INTERNET:
                                383. Top, Left: Walt Alston: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 29.
                                383. Top, Right: Walt Alston: INTERNET:
                                384. Top, Left: Miller Huggins: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use One Hundred Years: New York Yankees: The Official Retrospective, by ed. by Mark Vancil/Mark Mandrake, 2002, pp. 151.
                                384. Top, Right: Miller Huggins/Jake Ruppert: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 283. 
                                384. Top, Right: Miller Huggins/Jake Ruppert: They Gave Us Baseball, by John M. Rosenburg, 1989, pp. 124.
                                384. Middle: Miller Huggins/Jake Ruppert: INTERNET:
                                384. Bottom: Miller Huggins: INTERNET:
                                385. Left: Earl Weaver: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 474.
                                385. Right: Earl Weaver: INTERNET:
                                386. Billy Martin:
                                386. Billy Martin: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use One Hundred Years: New York Yankees: The Official Retrospective, by ed. by Mark Vancil/Mark Mandrake, 2002, pp. 155.
                                387. Left: Al Lopez: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 301.
                                387. Right: Al Lopez: INTERNET: 
                                388. Left: Whitey Herzog: INTERNET:
                                389. Left: Tommy LaSorda: INTERNET:
                                389. Middle: Tommy LaSorda: INTERNET: 
                                389. Right: Tony LaRussa: INTERNET:
                                390. Left: Dick Williams: The Man In The Dugout, by Donald Honig, 1977, pp. 208.
                                390. Right: Dick Williams: The Man In The Dugout, by Donald Honig, 1977, pp. 209.
                                390. Bottom: Dick Williams: INTERNET:
                                391. Top, Left: Jimmy Dykes: Athletics Album: A Photo History of the Philadelphia Athletics, by Mark Stang, 2006, pp. 183.  Or the much more cropped The Baseball Scrapbook, by Peter C. Bjarkman, 1991, pp. 190.
                                391. Top, Right: Jimmy Dykes: INTERNET:
                                391. Middle, Left: Jimmy Dykes: The American League: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1983, pp. 217.
                                391. Middle, Right: Jimmy Dykes: INTERNET:
                                391. Bottom, Left: Jimmy Dykes: The Chicago White Sox, by Warren Brown, 1952, pp. 155.
                                391. Bottom, Right: Jimmy Dykes: The American League Story, by Lee Allen, 1965, pp. 116. 
                                392. Top: Kid Gleason: My Life in Baseball, the True Record, by Ty Cobb with Al Stump, 1961, pp. 97. 
                                392. Middle: Kid Gleason: INTERNET:
                                392. Right: Kid Gleason: INTERNET:
                                392. Bottom, Left: Cap Anson: Pictorial History of American Sports, by John Durant & Otto Bettmann, 1952, pp. 89.
                                392. Bottom, Middle: Cap Anson: INTERNET: Or, one can alternately use the less cropped by less intensely detailed Baseball's Best, by Martin Appel & Burt Goldblatt, 1980, pp. 12.
                                392. Bottom, Right: Cap Anson: INTERNET:
                                393. Top, Left: Frank Chance: The Baseball Story, by Fred Lieb, 1950, pp. 147. 
                                393. Top, Right: Frank Chance: INTERNET: 
                                393. Bottom: Fred Clarke:
                                394. Leo Durocher: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 157.
                                395. Left: Sparky Anderson: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 30.
                                395. Right: Sparky Anderson: Reds in Black & White: 100 Years of Cincinnati Reds Images, by Greg Rhodes/Mark Stang, 1999, pp. 31.
                                395. Bottom: Sparky Anderson: Corbis
                                396. Danny Murtaugh: INTERNET:
                                397. Top, Left: George Stallings: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 1035.
                                397. Top, Right: George Stallings: INTERNET: Or one can alternately use The World Series, An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fall Classic, by Josh Leventhal, 2001, pp. 37.  Or, Shadows of Summer: Classic Baseball Photographs, 1869-1947, by Donald Honig, 1994, pp. 50.
                                397. George Stallings: Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 135/136.
                                397. Left: Frank Selee:  INTERNET: Or, Source: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 418.
                                397. Right: Frank Selee: The National League: The Official History, by Lee Allen, 1965, pp. pp. 150.
                                397. Right: Frank Selee: Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 111.
                                398. Top, Left: Bucky Harris: Source: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 223.
                                398. Top, Right: Bucky Harris: 
                                398. Bottom, Left: Bucky Harris: INTERNET:
                                398. Bottom, Right: Bucky Harris: INTERNET: 
                                399. Top, Left: Bill McKechnie: INTERNET:
                                399. Top, Middle: Billl McKechnie: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 340.
                                399. Top, Right: Bill McKechnie: 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 138.
                                399. Middle, Left: Billy Southworth: INTERNET:
                                399. Middle, Right: Billy Southworth: SABR's Mound City Memories: Baseball in St. Louis, edited by Bob Tiemann, 2007, pp. 94.
                                399. Bottom: Billy Southworth: The Boston Braves, by Harold Kaese, 1948, pp. 214.
                                400. Top: Charlie Grimm: The Sporting News, November 28, 1983, pp. 69.
                                400. Top, Right: Charlie Grimm: INTERNET:
                                400. Bottom, Left: Charlie Grimm: INTERNET:
                                400. Bottom, Right: Charlie Grimm: INTERNET:
                                
                                Page 17.
                                
                                401. Left: Jacob Ruppert: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 39.
                                401. Right: Jacob Ruppert: Big Sticks, by William Curran, 1990,  pp. 177.
                                401. Bottom: Jacob Ruppert: 100 Years of Major League Baseball, American and National Leagues, 1901-2000, by David Nemec/Saul Wisnia, 2000, pp. 77.
                                401. Far Bottom, Left: Tillinghast Huston: INTERNET:
                                401. Far Bottom, Right: Tillinghast Huston: The New York Yankees: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1981, pp. 27.
                                402. Top, Left: Charles Stoneham: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 55.
                                402. Top, Right: Charles Stoneham: McGraw of the Giants, by Frank Graham, 1944, pp. 128.
                                402. Bottom: Charles Stoneham: 1937 Spalding Official Base Ball Guide.
                                402. Bottom: Charles Stoneham: Baseball Memories, 1930-1939, by Marc Okkonen, 1994, pp. 152.
                                403. Left: Sam Breadon: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, edited by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 61.
                                403. Middle: Sam Breadon: The Gashouse Gang, by John Heidenry, 2007, pp. 186.
                                403. Right, Top: Sam Breadon: The St. Louis Cardinals, by Fred Lieb, 1944/1945, pp. 74.
                                403. Right, Top: Sam Breadon: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, edited by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 61.
                                403. Right, Top: Sam Breadon: Cardinals Collection: 100 Years of St. Louis Cardinals Images, by Mark Stang, 2002, pp. 23.
                                403. Right, Bottom: Sam Breadon: The Sporting News, May 18, 1949, pp. 15.
                                404. Top, Right: Barney Dreyfuss: Sports Illustrated's The World Series, by Ron Fimrite, 1993, pp. 18.
                                404. Top, Right: Barney Dreyfuss:
                                404. Top, Right: Barney Dreyfuss:
                                404. Bottom, Left: Barney Dreyfuss: The Pittsburgh Pirates, by Frederick G. Lieb, 1948, pp. 18.  Or, the much more cropped SABR's Road Trips, edited by Jim Charlton, 2004, pp. 14.
                                404. Bottom, Right: Barney Dreyfuss: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 25.
                                404. Far Bottom: Mrs. Florence Dreyfuss: Baseball Memories, 1930-1939, by Marc Okkonen, 1994, pp. 184.
                                405. Top, Left: William Wrigley: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 23.
                                405. Top, Middle: William Wrigley: Baseball Between the Wars, by Bill Hageman, 2001, pp. 156.
                                405. Top, Right: William Wrigley: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 191.
                                405. Bottom, Left: William Wrigley: INTERNET:
                                405. Bottom, Right: Willam Wrigley: Cubs Collection: 100 Years of Chicago Cubs Images, by Mark Stang, 2001, pp. 45.
                                406. Philip Ball: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 43.
                                406. Philip Ball: Baseball Memories, 1930-1939, by Marc Okkonen, 1994, pp. 190.
                                407. Top: Emil Fuches: INTERNET:
                                407. Bottom, Left: Emil Fuches: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, edited by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 47.
                                407. Bottom, Right: Emil Fuches: The Boston Braves, by Harold Kaese, 1948, pp. 191.
                                408. Top: Philip K. Wrigley: Cubs Collection: 100 Years of Chicago Cubs Images, by Mark Stang, 2001, pp. 105. 
                                408. Bottom, Left: Philip Wrigley: The Chicago Cubs, by Warren Brown, 1946, pp. 208.
                                408. Below, Left: Philip Wrigley: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, edited by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 51.
                                408. Below, Right: Philip Wrigley: INTERNET:
                                409. Left: Bill Veeck: The Chicago Cubs, by Warren Brown, 1946, pp. 76.  Or the less clear Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 51.
                                409. Right: Bill Veeck: INTERNET:
                                409. Bottom: Bill Veeck: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 191.
                                410. Left: Clark Griffith: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 45.
                                410. Right: Clark Griffith: 
                                410. Third from Top: Clark Griffith: Nationals On Parade: 70 Years of Washington Nationals Photos, by Mark Stang/Phil Wood, 2005, pp. 14.
                                410. Fourth from Top: Clark Griffith: Nationals On Parade: 70 Years of Washington Nationals Photos, by Mark Stang/Phil Wood, 2005, pp. 57.
                                411. Top, Right: Frank Navin: SABR'S Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 535.
                                411. Middle, Left: Frank Navin: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 37.
                                411. Middle, Right: Frank Navin: The Detroit Tigers, by Fred Lieb, 1946, pp. 40.
                                411. Bottom, Right: Frank Navin: Ty Cobb: His Tumultuous Life and Times, By Richard Bak, 1994, pp. 130.  Or, Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 34.
                                411. Bottom, Right: Frank Navin: INTERNET:
                                412. Top, Left: Tom Yawkey: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 31.
                                412. Top, Right: Tom Yawkey: Sporting News Presents Heroes of the Hall: Baseball's all-time best, by Ron Smith, 2002, pp. 502.
                                412. Bottom, Left: Tom Yawkey: INTERNET:
                                412. Bottom, Right: Tom Yawkey: INTERNET: 
                                413. Top, Left: Ben Shibe: INTERNET: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection.
                                413. Top, Middle: Ben Shibe: The Sporting News, January 19, 1922, pp. 2.
                                413. Top, Right: Ben Shibe: Athletics Album: A Photo History of the Philadelphia Athletics, by Mark Stang, 2006, pp. 8.
                                413. Second from Top, Left: Ben Shibe: The Ultimate Baseball Book, edited by Daniel Okrent/Harris Lewine, 1979, pp. 115.
                                413. Second from Top, Middle: Ben Shibe: SABR'S Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 593.
                                413. Third from Top, Left: Ben Shibe: The Sporting News Selects the 50 Greatest Sluggers, by Tony DeMarco, 2000, pp. 127.
                                413. Third from Top, Right: Ben Shibe: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection.
                                413. Fourth from Top, Left: Tom Shibe:
                                413. Fourth from Top, Middle: Tom Shibe: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 41.
                                413. Fourth from Top, Right: Ida Shibe: The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, May 14, 1952, pp. 42.
                                413. Fourth from Top, Far Right: Ida Shibe: The Sporting News, May 21, 1952, pp. 30.
                                413. Fifth from Top, Left: John Shibe:
                                413. Fifth from Top, Right: John Shibe: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, ed. by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 41.
                                414. Left: John Brush: SABR's Road Trips, edited by Jim charlton, 2004, pp. 20.  Or one can alternately use SABR'S Baseball First Stars, 1966, pp. 14.
                                414. Right: John Brush: 100 Years of The World Series, by Eric Enders, 2003, pp. 17.
                                415. Top, Left: William Baker: New York Times, Friday, December 5, 1930, pp. 25.
                                415. Top, Middle: William Baker: New York Herald-Tribune, Friday, December 5, 1930.
                                415. Top, Right: William Baker: INTERNET: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection.
                                415. Bottom, Left: William Baker: INTERNET: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection.
                                415. Bottom, Right: William Baker: INTERNET: The Philadelphia Phillies: An Illustreated History, by Donald Honig, 1992, pp. 65.
                                415. Bottom, Right: William Baker: The Philadelphia Phillies, by Frederick G. Lieb/Stan Baumgartner, 1953, pp. 119.
                                416. Top, Left: Powell Crosley: New York Times, Wednesday, March 29, 1961.
                                416. Top, Right: Powell Crosley: The Sporting News, April 5, 1961, pp. 26.
                                416. Middle: Powell Crosley: INTERNET: 
                                416. Bottom: Powell Crosley: INTERNET: 
                                417. Left: Walter Briggs: Ty Cobb: His Tumultuous Life and Times, by Richard Bak, 1995, pp. 64.
                                417. Middle: Walter Briggs: New York Times, Saturday, July 4, 1970.
                                417. Right: Walter Briggs: Baseball Memories, 1930-1939, by Marc Okkonen, 1994, pp. 142.
                                418. Left: James Gaffney: Baseball Magazine, February, 1915.
                                418. Right: James Gaffney: INTERNET:
                                419. Left: Indians Illustrated: 100 Years of Cleveland Indians Photos, by Mark Stang, 2000, pp. 9.
                                419. Middle: Charles Somers: SABR'S Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 393.
                                419. Left: Charles Somers: The Sporting News, Januray 14, 1932, pp. 7.
                                419. Bottom: Charles Somers: That Ball Game, compiled and edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 67.
                                419. Right: Charles Somers: The National Game, by Alfred H. Spink, 1911, Introduction 68. 
                                419. Bottom, Left: Alva Bradley: Indians Illustrated: 100 Years of Cleveland Indians Photos, by Mark Stang, 2000, pp. 60.
                                419. Bottom, Right: Alva Bradley: The Cleveland Indians, by Franklin Lewis, 1949, pp. 149.
                                420. Donald Barnes: The Sporting News, July, 1962.
                                420. Donald Barnes: Baseball Memories, 1930-1939, by Marc Okkonen, 1994, pp. 230.
                                421. George Steinbrenner: The Ballplayers, ed. by Mike Shatzkin, 1990, pp. 1041.
                                422. Christian Frederick Von Der Ahe: Baseball in the Afternoon, by Robert Smith, 1993, pp. 128.
                                422. Christian Frederick Von Der Ahe: The National Game, by Alfred H. Spink, 1911, Introduction 57.
                                423. Charles Comiskey: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, edited by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 20-21.
                                423. Charles Comiskey: Baseball: A Celebration!, by James Buckley, Jr./Jim Gigliotti, 2001, pp. 101.
                                423. Charles Comiskey: The Story of Baseball in words and pictures, by John Durant, 1947, pp. 115.
                                423. Charles Comiskey: Baseball's Golden Age: The Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, edited by Neil McCabe/Constance McCabe, 1992, pp. 152. 
                                424. Top, Left: John Louis Comiskey: Who's Who in Major League Baseball, edited by Harold (Speed) Johnson, 1933, pp. 32.
                                424. Top, Right: John Louis Comiskey: Baseball Between the Wars, by Bill Hageman, 2001, pp. 98.
                                424. Middle, Left: John Louis Comiskey: INTERNET:
                                424. Middle, Right: John Louis Comiskey: INTERNET:
                                424. Bottom, Left: John Louis Comiskey: INTERNET: (Library of Congress: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection)
                                424. Bottom, Right: John Louis Comiskey: INTERNET: (Library of Congress: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection)
                                425. Left: Charles Finley: INTERNET:
                                425. Right: Charles Finley: INTERNET:
                                
                                Page 18.
                                
                                426. Left: Horace Stoneham: INTERNET:
                                426. Right: Horace Stoneham: INTERNET:
                                427. Top: Charles Ebbets: Baseball: An Illustrated History, by Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns, 1994, pp. 120.
                                427. Top: Charles Ebbets: Bums: An Oral History of The Brooklyn Dodgers, by Peter Golenbock, 1984, pp. 18.
                                427. Top: Charles Ebbets: Baseball Memories, 1900-1909: An Illustrated Chronicle of The Big Leagues' First Decade, by Marc Okkonen, 1992, pp. 95.
                                427. Second from Top: Ed McGeever: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection.
                                427. Second from Top: Stephen/Ed McGeever: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection.
                                427. Second from Top: Ebbets, Robinson, McKeever Bros.: INTERNET: Bain Collection.
                                427. Bottom: Stephen McKeever: The Brooklyn Dodgers, by Frank Graham, 1945, pp. 20.
                                427. Bottom: Ed McKeever: The Brooklyn Dodgers, by Frank Graham, 1945, pp. 20.
                                428. Left: Walter O'Malley: INTERNET: 
                                429. Top: Calvin Griffith:  INTERNET:
                                429. Bottom: Calvin Griffith: Nationals On Parade: 70 Years of Washington Nationals Photos, by Mark Stang/Phil Wood, 2005, pp. 150.
                                430. Top, Left: Garry Herrmann: INTERNET:
                                430. Top, Right: Garry Herrmann:
                                430. Bottom: Garry Herrmann/Ban Johnson: b/w, Baseball's Golden Age: The Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe/Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 21.  Or, in color, and much more greatly cropped Baseball: 100 Years of the Modern Era: 1901-2000, From The Archives Of The Sporting News, edited by Joe Hoppel, 2001, pp. 23.  
                                430. Bottom, Left: Benjamin Minor: INTERNET: Bain Collection.
                                430. Bottom, Right: Benjamin Minor: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 67.
                                430. Bottom, Right: Benjamin Minor: 
                                431. Top, Left: Robert Hedges: SABR'S Deadball Stars of the American League, edited by David Jones, 2006, pp. 768.
                                431. Top, Right: Robert Hedges: That Old Ball Game: rare photographs from bseball's glorious past, Compiled/Edited by David R. Phillips, text by Lawrence Kart, 1975, pp. 67.
                                431. Bottom, Left: Robert Hedges: INTERNET: 
                                431. Bottom, Right: Robert Hedges: INTERNET:
                                431. Third from Top, Left: Joe Lannin: INTERET: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection
                                431. Third from Top, Right: Joe Lannin: INTERNET: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection
                                431. Fourth from Top: Left:Joe Lannin: INTERNET: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection
                                431. Fourth from Top, Right: Joe Lannin: INTERNET: Chicago Daily News Photo Collection
                                431. Fifth from the Top: Joe Lannin: Baseball's Golden Age, Photographs of Charles M. Conlon, by Neal McCabe & Constance McCabe, 1993, pp. 49.
                                432. Right: Helene Britton: Cardinals Collection: 100 Years of St. Louis Cardinals Images, by Mark Stang, 2002, pp. 15.  Or, The St. Louis Cardinals: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1991, pp. 21.
                                432. Middle: Helene Britton: INTERNET: 
                                432. Right: Helene Britton: INTERNET: 
                                433. Gene Autry: INTERNET:
                                433. Left: John Galbreath: INTERNET: 
                                433. Middle: John Galbreath: INTERENT:
                                433. Right: Baseball Memories, 1950-1959, An Illustrated Scrapbook of Baseball's Fabulous 50's, by Marc Okkonen, 1993, pp. 179.
                                434. Left: Joan Payson: Sports Illustrated, September 22, 1969, pp. 29.
                                434. Middle: Joan Payson: American Baseball: Volume III, by David Quentin Voigt, 1983, pp. 306. (New York Public Library)
                                434. Right: Joan Payson: INTERNET:
                                435. Left: Margaret Schott: Baseball America's Baseball '89, 1989, pp. 16.
                                435. Right: Margaret Schott: INTERNET:
                                436. Top, Left: Bing Crosby: INTERNET:
                                436. Top, Right: Bing Crosby: INTERNET:
                                436. Bottom, LEFT: John Taylor: INTERNET:
                                436. Bottom, Middle: John Taylor: INTERNET:
                                436. Bottom, Right: John Taylor: INTERNET: The Boston Red Sox, by Frederick G. Lieb, 1947, pp. 47.
                                436. Bottom: John Taylor: The National Game, by Alfred H. Spink, 1911, Introductin 58.
                                436. Far Bottom: Harry Hempstead: INTERNET:
                                437. Bill Veeck: INTERNET:
                                437. Bill Veeck: INTERNET:
                                437. Bill Veeck: Indians Illustrated: 100 Years of Cleveland Indians Photos, by Mark Stang, 2000, pp. 94.
                                438. Left: Anheuser Busch: INTERNET:
                                438. Right: Anheuser Busch: INTERNET:
                                438. Bottom: Anheuser Busch: The St. Louis Cardinals: An Illustrated History, by Donald Honig, 1991, 234.
                                439. Ted Turner: American Baseball: Volume 1II, by David Quentin Voigt, 1983, pp. 306. 
                                440. Left: James C. Dunn: Chicago Daily News Collection.
                                440. Right: James C. Dunn: Indians Illustrated: 100 Years of Cleveland Indians Photos, by Mark Stang, 2000, pp. 33.
                                440. Bottom, Left: Frank Farrell: Chicago News Collection.
                                440. Bottom, Right: Frank Farrell: 
                                443. Photos Feedback
                                Bill,

                                I know it is a lot of photos. Don't you think a simple, alphabetic list of players would be easier to decipher? Something like....

                                Aaron - 12, 15, 22
                                Anson - 3, 4, 8
                                Banks - 56, 84, 120

                                I'm thinking of ease of use for a casual browser. If I wanna see a picture of Lefty Grove, I know to scroll right to the G part and see what pages he's on. I think you did fantastic and this isn't an insult, but that code sometimes can cause a headache. I will help with it.

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