Baseball in the Peach State
That Was Quick!
The average time required to play a major-league baseball game continues to hover just under three hours; the average game in 2009 took two hours and 55.4 minutes. On one Saturday afternoon in 1910 at Ponce de Leon Park, the Atlanta Crackers and Mobile Sea Gulls demonstrated how quickly a baseball game can be played.
- Memories of a Minor-League Traveler
- Red Moore: He Could Pick It!
- The Georgia Peach: Stumped by the Storyteller
- The 1954 Dixie Series
- The Empire State League: South Georgia Baseball in 1913
- The Atlanta Black Crackers
- Working to Play, Playing to Work: The Northwest Georgia Textile League
- The Card in the Baseball Cap: “Braves Win! Braves Win! Braves Win! Braves Win! Braves Win!”
- Marvelous Murphy: Too Good to Ignore
- The Franchise Transfer That Fostered a Broadcasting Revolution
- Milo’s Memories: When the Braves Came to Atlanta
- The Red Clay of Waycross: Minor-League Spring Training in Georgia with the Milwaukee Braves
- Ty Cobb as Seen through the Eyes of a Batboy
- Ty Cobb, Actor
- Three Georgia-Born Former Dodgers Lead the Crackers to a Pennant
- Risqué Business
- Shootout at Hardscrabble Church
- Joe Reliford: The Inning of a Lifetime
- Memphis Bill in Newnan
- Who’s Going to Pitch?
- Help in High Places
- Frank Anderson: The Dean of Southern College Baseball Coaches, 1916–1944
- Ms. Eliza Gets a Seat
- Remembering Skip
- The All-Time Atlanta Braves All-Star Team
- Braves Alphabet
- Spring Training in Georgia: The Yannigans Are Coming!
- All-Time Georgia-Born All-Star Team
- Editor's note: Baseball in the Peach State
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