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Stan Musial Makes His MLB debut
73 Yrs Ago Today in St. Louis - September 17, 1941~ Today in 1941, Stan the ‘Young Man’ goes 2-4 with 2 RBI’s in his first major league game vs. the Boston Braves in St. Louis. This picture is edited from the 1941 Cardinals team picture, which was taken just a few days later on September 20th.

Stan Musial Makes His MLB debut
73 Yrs Ago Today in St. Louis - September 17, 1941
~ Today in 1941, Stan the ‘Young Man’ goes 2-4 with 2 RBI’s in his first major league game vs. the Boston Braves in St. Louis. This picture is edited from the 1941 Cardinals team picture, which was taken just a few days later on September 20th.

1910 Huntington Ave Grounds, Boston
Detroit Tigers vs. Boston Red Sox~ How in the world did they play a proper game with THAT many people on the field?!!

1910 Huntington Ave Grounds, Boston
Detroit Tigers vs. Boston Red Sox
~ How in the world did they play a proper game with THAT many people on the field?!!

1942 New York Yankees Team
72 Yrs Ago Today - September 14, 1942~ The Bronx Bombers win their 13th American League Championship, but lose the World Series in 5 games to the St. Louis Cardinals.

1942 New York Yankees Team
72 Yrs Ago Today - September 14, 1942
~ The Bronx Bombers win their 13th American League Championship, but lose the World Series in 5 games to the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Babe Bids Farewell To The Fenway Faithful
67 Yrs Ago Today - September 12, 1947

The Babe Bids Farewell To The Fenway Faithful
67 Yrs Ago Today - September 12, 1947

The Babe Chats With Eddie Collins & Ted Williams
67 Yrs Ago Today - Fenway Park - September 12, 1947

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The Babe Chats With Eddie Collins & Ted Williams
67 Yrs Ago Today - Fenway Park - September 12, 1947

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Ty Cobb Has His Last Turn At Bat
86 Yrs Ago Today - Yankee Stadium - September 11, 1928

Ty Cobb Has His Last Turn At Bat
86 Yrs Ago Today - Yankee Stadium - September 11, 1928

1918 Fenway Park World Series Panoramic
96 Yrs Ago Today - Chicago Cubs at Boston Red Sox, Game 6 - 9/11/1918

~ Here’s a new edit of this great panoramic to celebrate its 96th anniversary, now with color! This would be the clinching game for the Red Sox as they won their last championship of the 20th century, leading to the much-ballyhooed 86 year drought before their next championship in 2004. Hopefully it can provide just a bit of a cheerful thought for this 9/11.

1918 Fenway Park World Series Panoramic
96 Yrs Ago Today - Chicago Cubs at Boston Red Sox, Game 6 - 9/11/1918

~ Here’s a new edit of this great panoramic to celebrate its 96th anniversary, now with color! This would be the clinching game for the Red Sox as they won their last championship of the 20th century, leading to the much-ballyhooed 86 year drought before their next championship in 2004. Hopefully it can provide just a bit of a cheerful thought for this 9/11.

1915 Los Angeles Angels Team Panoramic - Here’s the last edit from the old days of the Pacific Coast League (w/vintage hand tinting)

1915 Los Angeles Angels Team Panoramic
- Here’s the last edit from the old days of the Pacific Coast League (w/vintage hand tinting)

The A’s $100,000 Infield Reunite In Beantown
84 Yrs Ago Today - Old Timers Day at Braves Field, Boston - 9/8/1930~ (L-R) Stuffy McInnis, Eddie Collins, Jack Barry & Frank “Home Run” Baker

The A’s $100,000 Infield Reunite In Beantown
84 Yrs Ago Today - Old Timers Day at Braves Field, Boston - 9/8/1930
~ (L-R) Stuffy McInnis, Eddie Collins, Jack Barry & Frank “Home Run” Baker

Baseball’s Best Old Timers Gather In Beantown
84 Yrs Ago Today - Braves Field, Boston - September 8, 1930

~ Here’s an amazing image from one of the earliest Old Timers Day events on record. The assemblage of late-19th/early-20th century baseball greats is astounding, including Billy Hamilton, Cy Young, Ty Cobb, Ed Walsh, Eddie Collins, Tris Speaker, Chief Bender, Harry Hooper & Home Run Baker.

Baseball’s Best Old Timers Gather In Beantown
84 Yrs Ago Today - Braves Field, Boston - September 8, 1930

~ Here’s an amazing image from one of the earliest Old Timers Day events on record. The assemblage of late-19th/early-20th century baseball greats is astounding, including Billy Hamilton, Cy Young, Ty Cobb, Ed Walsh, Eddie Collins, Tris Speaker, Chief Bender, Harry Hooper & Home Run Baker.

1924 New York Yankees Team - Snazzy sweaters on the boys!…another classic NYY Team pic for Jeter Day

1924 New York Yankees Team
- Snazzy sweaters on the boys!…another classic NYY Team pic for Jeter Day

Hack Is Out, But Can’t Stay Away
83 Years Ago Today - Wrigley Field, Chicago - September 7, 1931

~ ACME Wire: “Hack Wilson, National League Home Run Champion of 1930, suffered a slump this year and has been suspended by the Chicago Cubs on charges that he broke training, but he doesn’t seem to be able to stay away from his team. He is shown above with a group of young admirers at the Cubs ball park in Chicago, where he attended a double-header as a  spectator.”

Hack Is Out, But Can’t Stay Away
83 Years Ago Today - Wrigley Field, Chicago - September 7, 1931

~ ACME Wire: “Hack Wilson, National League Home Run Champion of 1930, suffered a slump this year and has been suspended by the Chicago Cubs on charges that he broke training, but he doesn’t seem to be able to stay away from his team. He is shown above with a group of young admirers at the Cubs ball park in Chicago, where he attended a double-header as a spectator.”

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Vanity Fair Cover - September 1933~ Babe Ruth illustration by Miguel Covarrubias

Vanity Fair Cover - September 1933
~ Babe Ruth illustration by Miguel Covarrubias

Mordecai “Three Finger” Brown’s Pitching Handc.1914-15 While holding a Federal League baseball(colorization/edit by BSmile)

Mordecai “Three Finger” Brown’s Pitching Hand
c.1914-15 While holding a Federal League baseball
(colorization/edit by BSmile)