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Don't blink first, Joe Mulvey.

Joe Mulvey We thought our Kennedy’s Fans would appreciate this album of old baseball pictures from the New York Public Library (and some of the mustaches from the

Charlie Ferguson.  Only pitched four seasons in the major leagues, all with the Philadelphia Quakers (1884-1887).  Completed 165 of the 170 games started during that span, finishing with a record of 99-64 and a 2.67 ERA.  Won 30 games in 1886.  In 1887, he won 22 games and led the team in batting average (.337) and RBIs (85) while splitting time as a pitcher, second basemen, third basemen and outfielder.  Died suddenly of typhoid fever in April 1888.

Philadelphia Phillies: Power Ranking the Top 50 Players in Franchise History

Trousers: Copied from suit. Cotton corduroy Waistcoat: Copied from suit. Wool shell, silk lining Cutaway coat: Copied from 1889 original. Wool shell, silk lining Top hat: Original.

strange funny vintage baseball photos from the 1800s (12)  Possible baseball card idea? We could put the Whaley House logo where the "Gray" logo is along with player name and position. On the back we could add historical information about the game.

strange funny vintage baseball photos from the Possible baseball card idea? We could put the Whaley House logo where the "Gray" logo is along with player name and position. On the back we could add historical information about the game.

It used to hurt my hands when ever there was a fast ball coming your way.

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Joe Battin 2nd Base 1874

Daily Dose from Dr. Odd: Superbly Unusual and Beautiful Baseball Portraits

3-Old Baseball Photos

Unidentified baseball player in pitching form, ca. 1890 A. Spalding Baseball Collection, New York Public Library

The awesomely weird art of 1800s baseball photography

The awesomely weird art of 1800s baseball photography

Wes Fisler, Philadelphia A's

My favorite base ball player was Wes Fisler who played second base for Philadelphia

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Rare Photographs of Baseball’s Beginnings

Spalding Collection of Early Baseball Photographs entitled, "America's National Game".

Birchard Austin Hayes - Croghan baseball club - Fremont, Ohio. Photograph courtesy of the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center (1871)

Baseball history photo: Birchard Austin Hayes of the Croghan (Fremont, Ohio) Base Ball Club, Click photo to return to previous page.

The awesomely weird art of 1800s baseball photography

The awesomely weird art of 1800s baseball photography

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