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  • Red Sox, Tigers, Yankees (images)

    These four franchise have great baseball history. So I decided to start a thread and post some nice photos of legendary players that have played for these ball clubs. Don't worry I won't be posting pictures of Roger Clemens, or Kerry Wood, it will be pictures of players that have retired almost 40 years ago, some even more. They might be a few acceptions, but hardly. Hopefully you enjoy them.

    Joe Dimaggio/Mickey Mantle: 1951

    Joe, Mickey, Ted 1951

    Mickey making a leaping catch at Ebbets Field

    Lou Gehrig

    Lou Gehrig scary

    Mickey Mantle having a good laugh

    Yogi Berra, ?, ?.

    Doc I'm not feeling too well. cough cough

    Iron Horse showing us his nice smile

    Yankee players
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-15-2014, 09:36 AM.

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    Why not start teaching him at a young age?

    1938 New York Yankees All-Star Game Participants, L-R: Joe McCarthy(Mgr.), Lou Gehrig, Rolfe, Lefty Gomez, Joe DiMaggio, Bill Dickey, Red Ruffing.

    Mel Ott/Lou Gehrig: 1936

    He's safe. Joe DiMaggio.

    Pep Talk

    Curtain Call, Roger Maris

    All by himself, Roger Maris

    Lou putting on some make-up

    Joe Dimaggio

    Joe D. needs some assistance
    Last edited by Bill Burgess; 04-16-2008, 06:11 AM.


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      Joe and Monroe

      Stunning I tell you

      Ladies Man: 1st. Wife Dorothy (Olson) Arnold: Trophy Wife?

      November 19, 1939: Cutting the wedding cake. Divorced: May 12, 1944

      Joe with some young fans

      Joe injured and all, but still finds time to sign baseballs

      Jack Chesbro

      Murderer's Row infield (Gehrig, Lazzeri, Koenig, and Dugan): 1926-28

      (L to R) -- Art Fletcher, Marvin Breuer, Earle Combs, Johnny Murphy, Phil Rizzuto, Red Rolfe, Tommy Henrich, and Johnny Sturm.

      Frank Chance
      Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-23-2008, 12:48 PM.


      • #4
        Russ Ford 1911

        Charlie Hemphill 1909

        Prince Hal and Bobby Wallace 1911

        Roy Hartzell 1911

        Jack Chesbro 1904

        Wolverton 1912

        Pat Maloney 1912

        Tom Yawkey, George Moriarty, Lou Gehrig

        Feller and Reynolds
        Last edited by Bill Burgess; 04-16-2008, 06:13 AM.


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          Hunting Trip(I know their not all Yankees but still wanted to add this picture
          Philadelphia A's: Top right, Eddie Collins. Bottom left, Mickey Cochrane.
          Bottom, second from right, Tris Speaker. Maybe 1928.

          Yogi, Mick, Allie, and Raschi after winning Game 6 of the 1952 World Series.

          Old Timers talking to Reynolds, Hooks Wiltse,Ed Walsh, Carl Hubbell, Cy Young, and Dazzy Vance. (August 14, 1954)

          Well that's it for the Yankees for now I'll be posting another team tommorow, later. Hopefully you enjoy these.
          Last edited by Bill Burgess; 02-23-2008, 01:12 PM.


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            Oscar Stanage, 1912

            Jean DuBuc, 1912

            Hughie Jennings, 1911

            Jack Onslow, 1912

            Trainer Harry Tuthill treating the arm of Ed Summers, Del Gainer standing in background, Detroit AL between 1910-1915

            William T. "Bill" Burns,1912

            Henry "Hub" Pernoll,1912

            Hank Perry,1912

            Oscar Stanage,1911


            • #7
              Bradley Kocher,1912

              Baldy Louden, ?, Bill Covington, Ralph Works,1912

              Bill Donavan 1905

              Sam Crawford 1912

              Greenberg - Goslin - Gehringer - Pete Fox

              Cochrane - Foxx - Gehringer - Goslin: 1934-35

              Gehringer, 1929

              Cochrane/Joe Louis

              Cochrane, Goslin, Bridges
              Last edited by Bill Burgess; 04-16-2008, 06:15 AM.


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                Chick Stahl 1901-1906

                Ted Williams, with Boston Red Sox scout Eddie Collins and Padres' owner Bill Lane, June 26, 1936.

                Former Boxer John L. Sullivan and Boston Americans Captain Jimmy Collins, 1904

                Catcher Lou Criger [left] with Hall Of Fame pitcher Cy Young [right] playing for the Boston Red Sox in the 1903 World Series.

                Rick Ferrell [left] with his brother Wes [right] with the Boston Red Sox in 1936

                Joe Cronin: 1936-44

                Ted Williams, Eddie Pellagrini, John F. Kennedy, and Hank Greenberg.

                Ted Williams with his good friend Bobby Doerr, on April 14th, 1939

                WILLIAMS, FIRST at BAT, Holy Cross April 1939 - Baseball great Ted Williams at Fitton Field, Holy Cross College in Worcester, Massachusetts taken on April 14, 1939. Looks like Ted is wearing his Red Sox uniform.

                Joe DiMaggio/Ted Williams, 1949, during an exhibition game in St. Petersburg, Fla.
                Last edited by Bill Burgess; 04-16-2008, 06:33 AM.


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