Past Time: Baseball as History

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Index
Abrams, Cal, 147
Adcock, Joe, 172
Adelman, Melvin, 6, 10, 11, 18, 24
advertising 65, 68, 77, 81, 83, 85, 93, 118, 119, 123, 141
air travel, 96, 104, 115, 168, 169, 172, 178
A. J. Reach & Co., 49
Alexander, Charles, 36, 62, 149, 84
Allbright, Nat, 153
Allen, Ivan, 191, 192
Allen, Mel, 151
All-Star Game, major league, 90-91, 165; Negro League, 118, 119, 127, 129, 138, 139
American Association, 39, 44, 45, 46, 47, 96, 97, 130, 159, 160.
American Association Park, 120, 132
American Boy, 78
American League, 35, 41, 44, 76, 87, 103, 141, 158, 200, 203, 207, 219; and black sox scandal, 61, 63; early years, 55-58; and expansion, 167-69, 178, 186, 190-91, 193, 195; and Federal League, 58-60; founding of, 49-53
American Magazine, 42, 55, 60
American Sportswriters Association, 138
American Statistical Society, 20
American Telephone and Telegraph, 68, 155
America’s National Game, 33
Amherst College, 4
Ammons Field, 130
Amsterdam News, 110, 127, 131, 142
Anaconda Copper, 110
Anderson, Sparky, 213
Andreano, Ralph, 23
Angell, Roger, 24, 144, 211
Annheuser-Busch brewery, 170
Ansonia Hotel, 82
Antebellum reform movements, 18, 20, 22, 28
anti-Semitism, 139
antitrust acts, 187
antitrust exemption, 187
antiwar protestors, 158
Arechiga, Manuel, 185
Arizona, 197, 204
Arkansas, 92, 178
Armed Forces Radio, 145
Arlin, Harold, 68, 80
Arnold, Benedict, 166
Ashburn, Richie, 189
Asinof, Eliot, 61
Atlanta, Georgia 166, 186, 190-93
Atlanta Braves, 192, 193, 194, 203, 215
Atlanta opera house, 66
Atlanta Stadium, 192
Atlantic City, New Jersey, 121, 123
Atlantic Monthly, 212
atomic bomb, 156, 158
attendance, 63; in 19305, 87-90, 97, 98, 99, 101, 103; in 19405, 105, 112-14, 149, 168-69; in 19505, 154, 170-78, 184-85; in 19605, 187-88, 190, 195; in 19705, 194, 197, 201-202; in 19805, 202; in 19905, 221-22; African-American (at major league games), 111-12, 127-29; early twentieth century, 54, 55, 56; and Federal League, 60; Negro Leagues, 124-27, 141, 142; and night baseball, 98, 101, 103, 112; nineteenth century, 51, 92, 115; and radio, 72-73; and World War I, 61-62
automobiles, 72, 148, 178
Axelson, George, 46, 47, 61
Babe Comes Home, The (film), 79, 80
Babe Ruth Instructional Films, 79
Bachrach Giants, 117, 121, 123
Bachrach, Henry, 123
Baker, Frank “Home Run, ” 60
ballparks, 56-57, 67, 88, 123-24, 146, 148-49, 168, 202; and black baseball, 111-12, 120, 122, 125, 127- 33, 138; and expansion, 170-72, 175, 177-82, 185- 86, 188-89, 191-93, 195-96; and Larry MacPhail, 97-103, 100, 107. See also individual stadiums and ballparks
Ball, Phil, 58
Ball Players’ Chronicle,27, 28
Ballantine books, 211

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