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Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers

Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers

Lee Gibson

Charlie Ferguson

Joe Mulvey

Batter and pitcher, Two modeled figures photographed by Pearsall, Brooklyn

Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Joe Mulvey

George Pinkney

Ben Sanders, Philadelphia Quakers

George Wood

Arthur Irwin and Tommy McCarthy, Philadelphia Quakers

Mike Lehane, Columbus

Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers

Fig 4: Three boys with a ball and bat, playing One Old Cat

George Pinkney

Sid Farrar

Sid Farrar

George Wood

Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers

Lee Gibson

Fig. 1: Boy bouncing a ball

George Wood, Philadelphia Quakers, National League.

George Pinkney

Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers

Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers

Dick Capt. McBride, 1874

Ross Barnes, 2nd baseman of the Bostons

Joe Battin, 1874 2nd base

Joe Battin, 1874 2nd base

George Hall, Boston Red Stockings, 1874, right field

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, 1874

Ross Barnes, 2nd baseman of the Bostons

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, 1874

George Hall, Boston Red Stockings, 1874, right field

Dick Capt. McBride, 1874

Dan Casey

Dan Casey

Joe Jackson, Cleveland American League

Honus Wagner, Pittsburg National League.

Christopher Mathewson, New York Nationals.

Tris Speaker, Boston American League

Walter Johnson and Charles E. Street, Washington American League.

Edward Walsh, Chicago American League

Dan Casey

Charlie Ferguson

Ty Cobb and Honus Wagner

Napoleon Lajoie, Cleveland American League.

Charlie Bastian and Denny Lyons

Grover C. Alexander, Philadelphia National League.

Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers

John J. McGraw, New York National League

Dan Casey

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Ed Andrews, Philadelphia Quakers

Michael "King" Kelly

Michael "King" Kelly

Jack Clements

Unidentified baseball player in pitching form

Duke Farrell, Old Judge Cigarettes

Unidentified baseball player in batting form

Unidentified baseball player in piching form

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - catching form

Unidentified baseball player in catching form

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - catching form - squat

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - batting form

George Brynan

Duke Farrell, Old Judge Cigarettes

Unidentified baseball player in batting form

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - batting form

William Hay, center fielder

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - throwing form

William Hay, center fielder.

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - batting form

Napoleon Lajoie

Baseball, 15

Baseball 15

Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers

George Pinkney

George Wood, Philadelphia Quakers, National League.

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - catching form

Unidentified baseball player in standing with bat

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - throwing form

When the game reached Silvertown

Unidentified baseball player in catching form

Sid Farrar

Sid Farrar

Dan Casey

George Wood

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - throwing form

Lee Gibson

Unidentified baseball player in batting form

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - batting form

Al Maul, Philadelphia Quakers

Unidentified baseball player in dark uniform - pitchiing form

John Ward.

The Knickerbockers at Practice

Charlie Bastian and Denny Lyons

Fig 4: Three boys with a ball and bat, playing One Old Cat

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