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Lonaconing’s Own Lefty Grove

Robert Moses “Lefty” Grove was one of the greatest left-handed pitchers of all time. He ...
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Albert Spalding and Point Loma Nazarene University

Baseball pioneer and Hall of Famer Albert Spalding played for two early major league teams ...
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Ted Williams – His Boyhood Home When “The Kid” Was Just A Kid

Ted Williams, the Splendid Splinter, grew up in the North Park section of San Diego, ...
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The Ebbets Field postcard

Charlie Ebbets’s Field

Ebbets Field was home to the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1913 until 1957. The ballpark was ...
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The Polo Grounds, Coogan’s Bluff, and the Brush Memorial Stairway

The Polo Grounds was located in Harlem, New York, at 157th Street and 8th Avenue. ...
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Candlestick Park (Be Sure to Bring a Sweater)

When the New York Giants left the Polo Grounds and moved to San Francisco for the 1958 season, ...
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San Francisco’s Seals Stadium and the Double Play Bar

Seals Stadium was home to the major league San Francisco Giants for two years from ...
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Nellie Fox Bowl

Before the Marvin Miller era, many major league players had to find work during the ...
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Baltimore’s Other Major League Ballfield – Terrapin Park Oriole Park

Terrapin Park (later known as Oriole Park (V)) was home to the Federal League Baltimore ...
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Shoeless Joe Jackson Comes To Savannah

Shoeless Joe Jackson was born in South Carolina in 1887. He began his professional baseball ...
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Baltimore’s First American League Park – Original Home of the Future New York Yankees

The southwest corner of East 29th Street and Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland, is the ...
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Ballpark Found – Fort Pulaski And The First Known Photo Of Baseball

This post concerns not a lost ballpark, but a ballpark found. Well, not actually a ...
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