Middle Innings: A Documentary History of Baseball, 1900-1948

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Illustrations

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Cover of Tip Top Weekly, 1905

Chippewa Falls, Minnesota, club, 1905

Waseda University (Japan) club

Boy on his way to a baseball game, c. 1911

Runner sliding into third base, 1910

Rundown between third and home, 1910

Washington Park, Brooklyn, 1910

Lou Gehrig's high school team, 1920

Opening Day, Ebbets Field, 1913

Kenesaw Mountain Landis, 1920

Ban Johnson

Telegraph reproduction of 1926 World Series in Los Angeles

Yonkers, New York, 1926 American Legion champions

Margaret Gisolo at the bat, 1928

First night game in Des Moines, Iowa, 1930

Smokey Joe Williams, Sol White, and Cannonball Dick Redding

Danny Gardella, Mexican League recruit

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