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Old 06-27-2016, 12:38 PM   #1
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Ballparks and information

Here is a thread for posting links and other things that are ballpark related.
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Hilltop Park Historical Analysis by Baseball Almanac

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Cincinnati Reds - Home Stadiums | Heritage Uniforms and Jerseys

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Digitalballparks.com - An Online Baseball Stadium Museum

This is a cool site for stadiums, parks, fields. Lots of pics.
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StadiumPage.com - 2000 Labatt Park Concept

Labatt concept park.
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Hi-Res pix

Motly. Things I've collected from a multitude of sources. I took the Wuerfel Park Day shot and I believe that's my Grand Rapids Fifth Third shot as well.
Others...copyrights belong to whoever took it, and if it's yours and you want it taken down say the word.

Most of these are pretty big pix. I'm blessed with a 27" iMac and 1024x768 looks ragged to me, so I like 'em big. There's a lot of more obscure parks in here too, and the older they get, the smaller the pictures tend to be. Msg me if you've got better ones—we'll get 'em in there!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1...ElfSnF0NWg5NlE
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Jim Mutrie becomes the manager of the Gothams, and he and John Day move some of the star players from the pennant-winning Metropolitans over to the National League franchise. The Gothams become known as the Giants during the season.

On May 1, they play their first game at a field once used for polo matches at 110th Street and Sixth Avenue. With six future Hall of Famers on the roster, the Gothams recorded the highest winning percentage in franchise history (.759, 85-27). Pitchers Tim Keefe and "Smiling Mickey" Welch combined for an astounding 76 victories, while slugging third baseman Roger Connor (who would hold the career home runs record until Babe Ruth came along) batted .371 as one of four players to hit over .300 for the team that season.

On June 3, after a rousing extra-innings victory over Philadelphia, manager Jim Mutrie was so overcome with emotion that he supposedly blurted out a description of his team that immediately became the franchise's new nickname. He called them his Giants.

Despite that spectacular season, the Giants still finished two games behind Chicago, losing two late-season games to the pennant-winning White Stockings.
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[QUOTE=joefromchicago;4067513]Excellent idea for a thread, zappa.

Thank you. Silvam suggested for somebody to start this thread. So after thinking on the subject, I start it. Very good links that you've added. Lots of cool stuff. I think knight1376 would like the old ballpark stuff as he is working on old tyme 3D ballparks. Thank you, again.

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Motly. Things I've collected from a multitude of sources. I took the Wuerfel Park Day shot and I believe that's my Grand Rapids Fifth Third shot as well.
Others...copyrights belong to whoever took it, and if it's yours and you want it taken down say the word.

Most of these are pretty big pix. I'm blessed with a 27" iMac and 1024x768 looks ragged to me, so I like 'em big. There's a lot of more obscure parks in here too, and the older they get, the smaller the pictures tend to be. Msg me if you've got better ones—we'll get 'em in there!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1...ElfSnF0NWg5NlE

This is a hugh collection of parks and stadiums. Thank you. And big is better, I think. You can always make it smaller if needed.
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https://www.mediafire.com/?6ttod6i9of5qjau

Here are some more ballparks. There are over 1000 pics here. This is from my own collection. Some I tried to colorize best I could. Some only had daytime pic, so I tried to make a nighttime pic from the daytime one. Feel free to edit any pic if you have a photo editing program. Have fun.
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nice...

Can never get enough research material....good stuff
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Ballparks of Baseball ? Your Guide to Major League Baseball Stadiums

Here is another cool site. Lots of info here.
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Joefromchicago's link to "there used to be a ballpark" is a very good site, also. Love those ballpark prints. Thanks, Joe.
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