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1. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: 1876 Baseball Rules Book Cover
... 1876 Baseball Rules Book Cover Baseball history photo: Constitution and Playing Rules of the National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs. Official 1876. Click photo to return to previous page. HOME | SITE INDEX | CONTACT ... by E. Miklich. Site Design by A. D'Elia . Baseball history photo:Constitution and Playing Rules of the National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs.Official 1876. Constitution Playing Rules National League Professional Base Ball Clubs Official 1876 Baseball History Photo...
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2. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Rules: History of the Hit Batsman
... game that is played today. Many times the change in the playing rules was initiated by the play on the field, as ... being hit by a pitched ball was not officially written into the playing rules until 1870. Hitting a batter or being hit by ...s box," which was mandatory to be marked on all playing fields with chalk. The batsman's position was six ... batsman under the "Dead Balls" heading in the Constitution and Playing Rules of the National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs guide ... game that is played today.Many times the change in the playing rules was initiated by the play on the field,as...
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3. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Rules: History of the Strike
... strike" was proposed by Daniel "Doc" Adams of the Knickerbocker Club and accepted as part of the playing rules during the First Base Ball Convention held in New York in 1858. This rule is still inexistence ... legitimate reach of the bat not swung at by the Batsman. There was no strike zone specified in the playing rules. It is generally accepted that the strike zone was 12 inches above the ground to the batters ...} The called strike was proposed by Daniel Doc Adams of the Knickerbocker Club and accepted as part of the playing rules during the First Base Ball Convention held in New York in 1858. 19th Century Baseball Rules History...
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4. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Players: Albert G. Spalding
... and the origins of baseball in American. Spalding started playing baseball for a junior nine in Rockford, IL ... a small athletic equipment store in Chicago. On the playing field, Spalding would lead the National League in ... constitution, previous season's statistics, the current playing rules and the next season schedule in 1877. The booklet was entitled 1877 Constitution and Playing Rules of the National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs ... baseball products which he created. He would end his playing career with a pitching record of 252-65 ... the White Stockings. In March of 1889, while playing in Paris, Ned Williamson; Chicago's...
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5. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Pud Galvin Baseball Card
... Pud Galvin Baseball Card Baseball history photo: Baseball card featuring Pud Galvin. In 1888, Galvin became baseball's first three hundred game winner while playing for the Pittsburg Alleghenys. Click photo to return to previous page. HOME | SITE INDEX | CONTACT US | E-MAIL 2007 19c Base Ball. Compiled by ... A. D'Elia . Baseball history photo:Baseball card featuring Pud Galvin.In 1888,Galvin became baseball's first three hundred game winner while playing for the Pittsburg Alleghenys. Pud Galvin 1887 photo Baseball Card...
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6. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Rules: 1884 American Association of Base Ball Clubs
... Playing Rules of the American Association of Base Ball Clubs, 1884. ADOPTED IN PURSUANCE OF ARTICLE IX OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION CONSTITUTION. CLASS I. THE MATERIALS OF THE GAME. Rule 1. The Ground must be an inclosed field, sufficient in size to enable each player to play in his position as required by ...************************** ');} Playing Rules of the American Association of Base Ball Clubs,1884.ADOPTED IN PURSUANCE OF ARTICLE IX OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION CONSTITUTION. 19th Century Baseball Rules 1884...
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7. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: George Wright
... a catcher for the Gotham Club of New York at age 15 in 1864. He moved to the Union of Morrisania Club (NY) in 1866 and began playing shortstop. In 1867 he became a United States Government employee and played for the Nationals and was considered their best player. That year the National Club would ... a catcher for the Gotham Club of New York at age 15 in 1864.He moved to the Union of Morrisania Club (NY)in 1866 and began playing shortstop.In 1867 he became a United States Government employee and played for the Nationals and was considered their best player.That year the National Club would...
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8. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Field: Evolution of the Bases and Foul Lines
... Evolution of the Bases and Foul Lines By Eric Miklich he first written mention of the dimensions of the bases was mentioned in the 1857 playing rules. It was specified that the bases were to cover one square foot, made of canvas, painted white and filled with sand or saw-dust. All bases were to ...*********** ');} The first written mention of the dimensions of the bases was mentioned in the 1857 playing rules.It was specified that the bases were to cover one square foot,made of canvas,painted white and filled with sand or saw-dust...
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9. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Harvard Baseball Nine, 1867
... famed Cincinnati Club three times during the 1869-1870 seasons. On July 18, 1870 the Magenta held a 17-12 lead in the ninth inning while playing the Red Stockings on Cincinnati's Union Grounds. The more experienced Red Stockings scored eight runs to win the match 20-17. Click photo to ... famed Cincinnati Club three times during the 1869-1870 seasons.On July 18,1870 the Magenta held a 17-12 lead in the ninth inning while playing the Red Stockings on Cincinnati's Union Grounds.The more experienced Red Stockings scored eight runs to win the match 20-17. Baseball history photo...
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10. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Reach's Base Ball Goods
.... Al Reach was a former baseball player who played for the Athletic Club of Philadelphia when baseball held amateur status and when it became professional. Reach retired from playing in 1875 but opened his sporting goods store in Philadelphia in 1874, four years before Albert Spalding, specializing in baseball products. Al Reach also printed the ....Al Reach was a former baseball player who played for the Athletic Club of Philadelphia when baseball held amateur status and when it became professional.Reach retired from playing in 1875 but opened his sporting goods store in Philadelphia in 1874,four years before Albert Spalding,specializing in baseball products.Al Reach also printed the...
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