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1. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: John M. Ward Baseball Card
... John M. Ward Baseball Card Baseball history photo: Baseball card featuring John M. Ward. Click photo to return to previous page. HOME | SITE INDEX | CONTACT .... D'Elia . Baseball history photo:Baseball card featuring John M.Ward. John M.Ward 1887 photo Baseball Card...
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2. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: 1890 Players' National League Base Ball Guide
... of abuse by the owners towards their ballists and the brainchild of player John Montgomery Ward. Although it lasted only one season the PL did outdraw both the National ... monopolist and NL ruler Albert Spalding, who was no friend of John W. Ward's, was the PL's biggest antagonist and despised the fact ... of abuse by the owners towards their ballists and the brainchild of player John Montgomery Ward.Although it lasted only one season the PL did outdraw both the National ... monopolist and NL ruler Albert Spalding,who was no friend of John W.Ward's,was the PL's biggest antagonist and despised the fact...
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3. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Players: Albert G. Spalding
..., National League star player John Montgomery Ward had secretly formed the Brotherhood of Professional ... Young, prompted by Spalding, contacted Ward and asked for a meeting to hear ... and not until Brotherhood founder John Montgomery Ward had left America on Spalding's ... from November 1888 to March 1889. Ward outraged by the Salary Classification Plan thought ... nine," headed by John Montgomery Ward. The world tour stopped at thirteen ... Spalding had to constantly mediate differences between Ward and Cap Anson, the captain of ... asked the Brotherhood for a meeting but Ward refused, citing the NL's stall tactics in June. Ward announced that the players intended to form...
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4. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Baseball Scorecard
... Baseball Scorecard Baseball history photo: 1890 Players' National League Baseball Scorecard. The Brooklyn Ward's Wonders recap from a 3-1 loss to the Chicago Pirates, in Chicago. Due to economic reasons team rosters were generally small and the starting nine for each club was very steady. This allowed scorecards to be .... Compiled by E. Miklich. Site Design by A. D'Elia . Baseball history photo:1890 Players'National League Baseball Scorecard.The Brooklyn Ward's Wonders recap from a 3-1 loss to the Chicago Pirates,in Chicago.Due to economic reasons team rosters were generally small and the...
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5. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Boston/Providence Team Photo
... O'Rourke, Right Field (standing, third from left); Joe Start, First Base (standing, fourth from left); John M. Ward, Pitcher (standing, fifth from left); Paul Hines, Centre Field (standing, far right) and George Wright, Short Stop (reclining ... O'Rourke,Right Field (standing,third from left);Joe Start,First Base (standing,fourth from left);John M.Ward,Pitcher (standing,fifth from left);Paul Hines,Centre Field (standing,far right)and George Wright,Short Stop (reclining...
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6. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Image: Providence Baseball Club, 1882
... Farrell, 2B. Middle Row: Tom York, LF; Joe Start, 1B; Harry Wright, Mgr.; George Wright, SS; John Montgomery Ward, RF/P. Bottom: Charlie Reilley, Substitute Catcher; Sandy Nava, C; Barney Gilligan, C. Click "back button" to ... Farrell,2B.Middle Row:Tom York,LF;Joe Start,1B;Harry Wright,Mgr.;George Wright,SS;John Montgomery Ward,RF/P.Bottom:Charlie Reilley,Substitute Catcher;Sandy Nava,C;Barney Gilligan,C. Providence Baseball Club 1872 Team photo...
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7. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Leagues: Page 2
... League would abide by the same rules for the 1887 season and on November 4, 1889, John Montgomery Ward would help formulate the Players' League. In October of 1885 Ward had formed the Brotherhood of Professional Base Ball Players in an effort to unionize the players and promote their best ... of the team's board of directors. Original Players' League teams were; Boston Reds, Brooklyn Ward's Wonders, Buffalo Bisons, Chicago Pirates, Cleveland Infants, New York Giants, Philadelphia Quakers...
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8. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Players: First Players Reserve List: 1880
.... Paul Hines (CF-All 85 games) In 1880, played 75 games in CF, 6 games at 2B and 4 games at 1B. John Ward (P - 70 games) - Played 16 games at 3B and 8 games in the OF. In 1880, was the second Manager of the season ... The Reserve Clause, The Brush Salary Classification Plan and the treatment of Ned Williamson by Albert Spalding, on the 1888 - 1889 world tour, spurred John Montgomery Ward to help form the Brotherhood of Professional Base Ball Players in 1885 and also lead to the player controlled Players' National League of Base Ball Clubs in 1890...
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9. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: Sources
... Witt's Base Ball Umpire's Guide. New York: Robert M. De Witt, 1875. Chadwick, Henry. Chadwick's American Base Ball Manual. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1874. Di Salvatore, Brian. A Clever Base-Ballist: The Life and Times of John Montgomery Ward. New York: Pantheon Books, 1999. Gershman, Michael. Diamonds: The Evolution of the Ballpark. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1993. Greve, Charles Theodore. Centennial History of Cincinnati and Representative Citizens, Vol. 1. Chicago, IL: Biographical Publishing Co., 1904. Digitized...
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10. Baseball History: 19th Century Baseball: The Equipment: Page 5
...) P & S Professional Dead Red Balls, for Match Games P & S Professional Dead White Balls, for Match Games P & S Amateur Red or White balls for Practice George Ellard - 1869 - 1880s 1869 Address - 143 Main Street, Cincinnati Cincinnati Red Stockings reportedly used the Ellard Ball in 1869 and 1870. Ward B. Snyder - 1870s 84 Fulton Street, NY Formerly of Peck and Snyder. W.B. Carr and Co., Brooklyn - Late 1870's - 1880s 1879 - 245 and 247 Gold Street, Brooklyn 1884 - 136 N. Portland Avenue, Brooklyn also Box 19 at Brooklyn Daily Eagle Office...
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