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These Strange Photos Of Baseball Players From The 1800s Are Absolutely Mesmerizing

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Woods, Left Field, Philadelphia, from the series Old Judge Cigarettes

From the Old Judge Cigarettes series Series consists of 407 cabinet cards total, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art owns Issued by Goodwin & Company, New York.

TY COBB and SHOELESS JOE JACKSON (baseball players)

Shoeless Joe Jackson, Ty Cobb Chicago White Sox,Detroit Tigers Stretched Canvas MLB Baseball,RETIRED Ty Cobb and Shoeless Joe Jackson. Canvas Sizes Available. Please allow business days as canvases are made to order.

Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers

“Deacon McGuire Playing career spanned over 29 years, was career hitter playing for 11 teams”

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Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers Source: The A. Spalding Baseball Collection (more info) Repository: The New York Public Library.

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Babe Ruth, New York Yankees, with children on field at Yankee Stadium before a game: photo by Bain News Service, 1921

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Jack Clements Photograph via The A. Spalding Baseball Collection @ The NYPL Digital Gallery

Cool Papa Bell Kansas City Monarchs

Cool Papa Bell Kansas City Monarchs - He is considered by many baseball observers to have been one of the fastest men ever to play the game.

Baseball history photo: 1887 - Long-time Philadelphia Phillies catcher Jack Clements, a left-handed thrower, demonstrates his catching technique. All catchers wore masks by the 1880's; however the gloves depicted are all that were worn during games. Clements played 16 seasons and appeared in 1157 games before retiring after the 1900 season. Note the shape and position of the pre-1900 home base.

These Strange Photos Of Baseball Players From The 1800s Are Absolutely Mesmerizing

“ Baseball history photo: 1887 - Long-time Philadelphia Phillies catcher Jack Clements, a left-handed thrower, demonstrates his catching technique. All catchers wore masks by the

Posed Portraits of 19th Century Baseball Stars | The Public Domain Review

Jack Clements - Philadelphia Quakers by the A. Spalding Baseball Collection in the New York Public Library.

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