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1. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Base Ball Uniforms
... Base Ball Uniforms Baseball history photo: Base ball uniforms advertisement from the Spalding Official Base Ball Guide, 1889. Click photo to return to previous page. HOME ... Site Design by A. D'Elia . Baseball history photo:Base ball uniforms advertisement from the Spalding Official Base Ball Guide,1889. Baseball Base ball uniforms advertisement Spalding Official Base Ball Guide 1889 photo...
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2. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Snyder's Base Ball Uniforms
... Snyder's Base Ball Uniforms Baseball history photo: Assortment of base ball uniforms from Snyder's 1875 catalog. Click photo to return to previous page. HOME | SITE INDEX | CONTACT US | E- .... Miklich. Site Design by A. D'Elia . Baseball history photo:Assortment of base ball uniforms from Snyder's 1875 catalog. Baseball assortment base ball uniform Snyder 1875 catalog...
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3. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Equipment: Page 2
... The Uniform he Knickerbocker Base Ball Club introduced the first "uniform" on April 24, 1849. The uniforms consisted of long blue woolen trousers, leather belts, white flannel shirts with a full collar and straw ... outdone by the new league who instituted a uniform code. Each team was to have multi-hued silk uniforms, with each shirt color representing a position on the field. The National League mandated that all players ... ');} The Knickerbocker Base Ball Club introduced the first uniform on April 24,1849.The uniforms consisted of long blue woolen trousers,leather belts,white flannel shirts with a full collar and straw...
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4. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: 1890 Players' National League Base Ball Guide
... game was to have two umpires who dressed in all-white (the NL did not start this practice until the 20th century), all teams wore white uniforms at home, except for the Philadelphia club who wore navy at home and gray on the road except for Chicago and Cleveland who wore black on the road ... game was to have two umpires who dressed in all-white (the NL did not start this practice until the 20th century),all teams wore white uniforms at home,except for the Philadelphia club who wore navy at home and gray on the road except for Chicago and Cleveland who wore black on the road...
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5. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Harvard Baseball Nine, 1867
... on the front. The seamstress decided that magenta was more fashionable and prettier so the players took the field as the Harvard Magenta. The student body enjoyed the uniforms so well that the official school color was changed to magenta until 1875, when crimson was re-adopted. The Harvard Club played the famed Cincinnati Club ... on the front.The seamstress decided that magenta was more fashionable and prettier so the players took the field as the Harvard Magenta.The student body enjoyed the uniforms so well that the official school color was changed to magenta until 1875,when crimson was re-adopted.The Harvard Club played the famed Cincinnati Club...
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6. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Equipment: Page 4
... in the early 1860's and in the middle 1860's the base balls began to be machine manufactured in larger cities. One of the largest sporting goods businesses was owned by James F. Masters at 51, 53 and 55 Court Street in Brooklyn, NY. Although his specialty was the manufacturing of baseball uniforms from head to toe, he may have been one of the first distributors of the various types of baseballs made during this time. Masters was out of business in the late 1870's when he could not compete with A.G. Spalding and Brothers Company, who had been "elected" to be...
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7. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Legacy: Vintage Baseball in the Media
... By Douglas Merriam Smithsonian Magazine, October 1998 The fanatics who play vintage baseball are as meticulous about details as are their brethren who re-enact Civil War battles. Historians as well as players, they read contemporary accounts of games played long before they were born in their quest for authenticity. They re-create the uniforms, equipment (or lack thereof), the home-made balls, even the language of more than 100 years ago. High fives are generally forbidden. In Old Bethpage, in Long Island, New York, two separate leagues play, one according to the rules of 1866 and the other 1887. Most...
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8. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Teams & Tours
... tournament in Washington. 1867 Washington Nationals Tour Continued 18671870 Cincinnati Club; aka Red Stockings Tour The Cincinnati Club was organized on July 23, 1866 and produced a fantastic won-loss record for four seasons beginning in 1867. During that time they were 178-14-1. In 1868, they introduced their new uniforms which consisted of white flannel trimmed with red, a red belt, red stockings and had their pants fastened at the knee. They started their incredible two-year run as the first openly professional base ball club on May 4, 1869. That year they would accumulate a record of 70-0. This...
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9. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Teams & Tours: 1867–1870 Cincinnati Club; aka “Red Stockings” Tour
... 18671870 Cincinnati Club; aka Red Stockings Tour By Eric Miklich he Cincinnati Club was organized on July 23, 1866 and produced a fantastic won-loss record for four seasons beginning in 1867. During that time they were 178-14-1. In 1868, they introduced their new uniforms which consisted of white flannel trimmed with red, a red belt, red stockings and had their pants fastened at the knee. They started their incredible two-year run as the first openly professional base ball club on May 4, 1869. That year they would accumulate a record of 70-0. This number included exhibitions but manager Harry...
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10. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Equipment
... minimum of equipment was employed in 19th century baseball, and changes in its regulation were infrequent. No batter wore a helmet during the 19th century. "Gloves" did not become common until the late 1880s and the baseball has retained the same dimensions, weight and leather pattern since 1872. Only one attempt to regulate uniforms was made by the National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs in 1882. This was due to the emergence of the American Association of Base Ball Clubs, which began play in 1882 and attempted to differentiate themselves from the six-year old National League. The Bat 19th century bats looked and felt different than today...
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