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Babe Ruth Sinclair Oil Baseball | Signed Official National Ball

Babe Ruth Sinclair Oil Baseball | Signed Official National Ball

Sinclair Babe Ruth Baseball Contest   Babe Ruth Sinclair Oil Baseball | Signed Official National Ball Nice Sinclair Oil Baseball “signed” by Babe Ruth on the side panel. These secretarial signed balls come from the 1930′s when Sinclair Oil held a weekly radio contest and the lucky winner received one of these baseballs! It is

19th Century Baseball Teams: Providence Grays 1878–1885

      19th Century Baseball Teams: Providence Grays 1878–1885 Providence Grays came into being after several minor and major league baseball teams that were based in providence in Rhode Island.  In 1884, Providence Grays became a major league baseball city. It played at the Messer Field in the Olneyville neighborhood and was one of

19th Century Baseball Teams: Mutual of New York 1876

        19th Century Baseball Teams: Mutual of New York 1876   Mutual of New York was a leading baseball club throughout its 20 year history. The club was established in the year 1857 during the first baseball convention, though it was not a founding member of NABBP.  However, it was a chartered

19th Century Baseball Teams: Hartford Dark Blues 1876–1877

    19th Century Baseball Teams: Hartford Dark Blues 1876–1877 Hartford Dark Blues was located in Hartford – Connecticut.  The team was a member of NAPBBP  in 1874 – 1875 as well as member of NL in 1876-1877. In 1877, it played in Brooklyn, NY as the Brooklyn Hartford. Managed by Ferguson, this team finished

19th Century Baseball Teams: Detroit Wolverines

    19th Century Baseball Teams: Detroit Wolverines Detroit wolverines are the 19th century baseball team that played in the national league during the period of 1881 – 1888.  It was based in the city of Detroit in Michigan.  They won 426 games, lost 437 games in total before they disbanded  and took their lone

Collecting 19th century baseball cabinet photos – What to look for

Collecting 19th century baseball cabinet photos – What to look for I guess, the first question some people may be asking is…what is a cabinet photo? Well, a cabinet photo, or cabinet card as it is also called, was a type of photo used in the 1800-early 1900s. It was essentially a sheet of cardboard

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