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  • #46
    Captain Lajoie of the Athletics, 1901

    AL Phi Lajoie throwing.jpg

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    • #47
      Athletics SS Monte Cross (after he had shaven off his mustache in 1905)

      AL Phi Monte Cross clean-shaven.jpg

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      • #48
        1902 Philadelphia Athletics; 83-53, .610, 1st place

        Top Row, L-R: Eddie Plank (P), Tad Quinn (P), Tom Walker (P), Ossee Schrecongost (C), Rube Waddell (P), Harry Davis (P), Monte Cross (SS), Dave Fultz (CF).
        Middle Row, L-R: Doc Powers (C), Socks Seybold (RF), Lave Cross (3B), Connie Mack (Mgr.), Danny Murphy (2B), Luis Castro (2B), Fred Mitchell (P).
        Bottom Row, L-R: Bert Husting (P), Topsy Hartsel (LF), Highball Wilson (P).
        1902 AL Philadelphia 2.jpg

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        • #49
          1907 Philadelphia Athletics
          Standing (L-R): John Knight (SS), Eddie Plank (P), Jack Coombs (P), Socks Seybold (RF), Rube Waddell (P), Chief Bender (P), Simon Nicholls (SS), Harry Davis (1B), Ossee Schrecongost (C), unknown.
          Sitting (L-R): Bris Lord (OF), Danny Murphy (2B), Monte Cross (SS), unknown, Connie Mack (Mgr.), Topsy Hartsel (LF), Rube Oldring (CF), Doc Powers (C), Jimmy Dygert (P).

          1907 AL Philadelphia 2.jpg

          This photograph, which will be available in an upcoming Heritage Auction, shows the team prior to the June trade that brought Jimmy Collins to the Athletics.

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          • #50
            1903 Philadelphia Athletics composite photo by Carl Horner
            Top Row (L-R): Ralph "Socks" Seybold (LF), Danny Murphy (2B), Ollie Pickering (CF), Danny Hoffman (LF/RF), Monte Cross (SS), Bert Daly (3B/2B/SS).
            Middle Row (L-R): Mike "Doc" Powers (C), Charles Albert "Chief" Bender (P), Connie Mack (Mgr.), Eddie Plank (P), Tully "Topsy" Hartsel (LF).
            Bottom Row (L-R): Freeman Osee Schrecongost (C), George "Rube" Waddell (P), Harry Davis (1B), Lave Cross (3B), Connie McGeehan (P), Weldon Henley (P).

            1903 AL Philadelphia Horner.jpg

            This composite will be sold in an upcoming Heritage Auction.

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            • #51
              1901 Philadephia Athletics
              Top Row, left-to-right: Dave Fultz (CF), Phil Geier (RF), Bill Bernhard (P), Wiley Piatt (P), Charlie Carr (1B), Fred Ketcham (LF), Chick Fraser (P).
              Bottom Row, left-to-right: Jack Hayden (LF), Billy Milligan (P), Lave Cross (3B), Connie Mack (Mgr.), Nap Lajoie (2B), Socks Seybold (RF).
              This is a vastly improved image of the photo that appears in post #29.

              image_155400.jpg
              Last edited by RUKen; 09-19-2019, 05:36 AM.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by RUKen View Post
                1901 Philadephia Athletics
                Top Row, left-to-right: Dave Fultz (CF), Phil Geier (RF), Bill Bernhard (P), Wiley Piatt (P), Charlie Carr (1B), Fred Ketcham (LF), Chick Fraser (P).
                Bottom Row, left-to-right: Jack Hayden (LF), Billy Milligan (P), Lave Cross (3B), Connie Mack (Mgr.), Nap Lajoie (2B), Socks Seybold (RF).
                This is a vastly improved image of the photo that appears in post #29.

                image_155400.jpg
                Why are some of them wearing different teams jerseys? Besides Detroit, I see the 1901 MLB Milwaukee and what appears to be "LA."

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by 3rdGenCub View Post

                  Why are some of them wearing different teams jerseys? Besides Detroit, I see the 1901 MLB Milwaukee and what appears to be "LA."
                  This is almost certainly a pre-season photo, taken before they had received their uniforms for the 1901 season. Players in that era typically wore their uniforms from the previous season. For example, Lave Cross had played for Brooklyn in 1900, and is wearing that uniform.

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                  • #54
                    Looking for a photo of Ed Pinnance. Anyone?

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                    • #55
                      Ed Pinnance

                      Pitched in 2 games for the 1903 Philadelphia Athletics. Started 1 and saved another. Posted a 2.57 ERA in 7 innings pitched without recording a decision. Thumbnail image can also be found on baseball reference.
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                      • #56
                        Ed Pinnance

                        AL Phi Pinnance.jpg

                        AL Phi Pinnance.jpg
                        Last edited by RUKen; 09-25-2019, 03:48 AM.

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                        • #57
                          Awesome fellas. Thanks!

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                          • #58
                            Has anyone ever come across photos of the Philadelphia Athletics Championship Banners ?

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