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Summertime, for me at least, means taking in copious amounts of America's pastime. Minor League Baseball has its quirks and charms for sure, "Two for Tuesdays" and "Throwback [jersey] Thursdays" anyone? Then for junkies like me, college baseball and the ping of the aluminum bat is like a siren call all its own.
Linton Weeks. Vintage base ball players — sort of like Civil War re-enactors who wield wooden bats instead of muskets — move among us. They glory in the past times of America's pastime.
Vintage base ball is baseball presented as if being played by rules and customs from an earlier period in the sport's history. Games are typically played using rules and uniforms from the s, s and s. Vintage base ball is not only a competitive game, but also a reenactment of baseball life similar to American Civil War reenactment. Players dress in uniforms appropriate to the time period, and many teams appear to be direct copies of teams that existed in the late 19th century.
C ategory. Official Major League Baseballs in this guide are specifically dated within the era of the league president. Variations with baseball specifications, trademarks, and logo designs can narrow down the year s and are approximately dated in chronological order.
Vintage Base Ball is a pastimewith its beginnings and progressions mimicking those that occurred in America over years ago. Teams competing today wear period reproduction uniforms, use period authentic equipment and follow baseball rules from the 19th century in order to accurately present the history of baseball to the public. Matches can be seen almost 12 months out of each year at open-air museums, living history villages, Civil War re-enactments and city parks and is played in over 20 states including Canada.
Late 30's-Early 40's - J. Rabbit Warstler enjoyed an eleven year big league career from through He was a starting middle infielder for the Red Sox in the early 30's, Philadelphia Athletics in the mid 30's and the Boston Bees in the late 30's.
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Produced for vintage baseball teams of today, this lemon peel baseball duplicates the look and feel of the hand made baseballs from through Dark leather was used for the cover because it was readily available and easier for the players to see when the ball was hit in the air on a clear day. In fact, famed baseball writer Henry Chadwick advocated using a dark red leather base ball as late as and stated so in the DeWitt's Base Ball Umpire's Guide.
From the fields and stadiums, to the uniforms, to the statistics, baseball is good design. In some regions, sturgeon eyes were used instead of melted shoe rubber. Obviously, there was some variety in size and weight that resulted just from the nature of the handmade process and separate regional developments. The differences extended from the center of the core to the surface of the leather wrapping.