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Jack Clements

Jack Burdock, 2nd base

Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers

Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers

Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers

Tommy McCarthy, Boston Reds

Sadie Houck

John Morrill, Boston Beaneaters, 1st base

Jack Rowe, The Only Rowe. Lightly roe(e), lightly row(e) Oer the grassy plain we go. 3 to 1

Charlie Ferguson

Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers

Denny Lyons

Joe Mulvey

Sid Farrar

Joe Mulvey

Joe Hornung

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

George Pinkney

George Pinkney

Tommy McCarthy, Boston Reds

Bill Maclellan, 2nd base

John Morrill, Boston Beaneaters, 1st base

Ezra Sutton, 3rd base

Sid Farrar

Jack Farrell, Philadelphia Quakers, 2nd base

Arthur Irwin and Tommy McCarthy, Philadelphia Quakers

Arthur Irwin and Tommy McCarthy, Philadelphia Quakers

Steve Libby

Herm Doscher

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Tony Cusick, Philadelphia Quakers

Sid Farrar

Ed Cogswell, 1st Base

Sid Farrar

Tommy McCarthy, Boston Reds

Ezra Sutton, Boston Beaneaters, 3rd base

Sid Farrar

Jim Fogarty

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

George Pinkney

Sid Farrar

George Pinkney

Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers

Joe Mulvey

Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers

Joe Mulvey

Joe Mulvey, Philadelphia Phillies

Sid Farrar

George Pinkney

George Pinkney

George Pinkney

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, Nov. 13th, 1871

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, Nov. 13th, 1871

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, Nov. 13th, 1871

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, 3rd base. 1872

Charlie Gould, 1872, 1st base

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, 3rd base. 1872

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, 3rd base. 1872

Charlie Gould, 1872, 1st base

Charlie Gould, 1872, 1st base

Ross Barnes, 2nd baseman of the Bostons

Tommy Beals, 1874 Change 2nd base

Tim Murnane, Extra 1st Base, 1874

Tommy Beals, 1874 Change 2nd base

Wes Fisler, Philadelphia Athletics, 1874, 1st Base

Joe Battin, 1874 2nd base

Tim Murnane, Extra 1st Base, 1874

Ross Barnes, 2nd baseman of the Bostons

Tommy Beals, 1874 Change 2nd base

Joe Battin, 1874 2nd base

Tim Murnane, Extra 1st Base, 1874

Ross Barnes, 2nd baseman of the Bostons

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, 1874

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, 1874

Joe Battin, 1874 2nd base

Wes Fisler, Philadelphia Athletics, 1874, 1st Base

Harry Schafer, Boston Red Stockings, 1874

Jack Manning, Boston Red Stockings, 1875

Jack Manning, Boston Red Stockings, 1875

Jack Manning, Boston Red Stockings, 1875

Robert Ferguson, Only player who became president of the league, 1878.

Robert Ferguson, Only player who became president of the league, 1878.

Robert Ferguson, Only player who became president of the league, 1878.

Charlie Ferguson and Tommy McCarthy, Philadelphia Quakers

Tommy Corcoran, Brooklyn Bridegrooms

Charlie Bastian and Denny Lyons

Charlie Bastian and Denny Lyons

Ed Andrews, Philadelphia Quakers

Ed Andrews, Philadelphia Quakers [1884] and Sam Barkley Toledo Blue Stockings [1884?]

Ed Andrews, Philadelphia Quakers [1884] and Sam Barkley Toledo Blue Stockings [1884?]

Ed Andrews, Philadelphia Quakers [1884] and Sam Barkley Toledo Blue Stockings [1884?]

Wes Fisler, Philadelphia Athletics, 1874, 1st Base

Jack Clements

Jack Clements

Joe Mulvey, Charleston, S.C. 3/20/86

Joe Mulvey, Charleston, S.C. 3/20/86

Joe Mulvey, Charleston, S.C. 3/20/86

Joe Mulvey, Charleston, S.C. 3/20/86

Joe Mulvey, Charleston, S.C. 3/20/86

Joe Mulvey, Charleston, S.C. 3/20/86

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