Category Archive: Articles.1984-BRJ13

From a Researcher's Notebook (1984)

ORIGINAL BULLPEN PLACE FOR FRUGAL FANS THE TERM "BULLPEN" IS…

Research of Minors Yields Major Finds

The search for data on nineteenth-century minor leagues to be…

Sam Streeter: Smartest Pitcher In Negro Leagues

When the first black All-Star Game was played in 1933, shortly…

Millers Topped Minors in Odd Protested Games

When the Minneapolis Millers packed up their spikes and shin…

The Grandest Game: Long 1877 Duel of Zeroes Put Syracuse on Map

"The grandest game ever played," wrote Henry Chadwick in the…

Lil' Rastus Was Ty Cobb's Good Luck Charm

In the summer of 1908 Tyrus Cobb, the Georgia Peach, discovered…

In Memoriam: Carl Mays' Beaning of Ray Chapman Recounted

Ray Chapman, the only player killed in a major league game, was…

Forgotten Champs: No Player, Only Pilot of 1939-40 Reds in Shrine

Fans of baseball history are well aware that it was the Cincinnati…
Baseball Research Journal #13 (1984)

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