The Game of Baseball is more than what many described as America's game, it is, in this author's opinion, the Greatest game ever invented. I am a champion the game of Baseball and understand that the coming generation of world class athletics are all coming from the same place, Our Youth.
My father was born in 1895, at a time when Baseball struggled with the effects of racial segregation in America. I still remember listening to him talk about wanting to play baseball in the old Negro Leagues. But as I searched the History of the game of Baseball and the baseball field that I love, I was shocked to find that somebody has change and or, altered the History of Baseball.
Baseball history and we have been give a clinically edited version of the History of Game and I had to find out why.
I am not a historian nor am I a replacement for Wikipedia but what I am is a baseball, fan just like you, who will give you a look at the history of baseball with my view of "Baseball Between the Lines".
American League Park was one of the first baseball stadiums built for Professional Baseball (Now the MLB).
Braves Field was to be James Gaffney’s crowning achievement in baseball field design. It was the last of the first wave of (Jewel-Box) Concrete and Steel Stadiums.
The NABBP was initially formed as an amateur organization but baseball was rapidly growing into a professional sport.
Rogers Centre, Because the stadium was the first of its kind, the architects and engineers kept the design simple by using a sturdy dome shape and used proven technologies to move the roof.
Forbes Field, built in 1909, was described as "Dreyfuss's Folly". But history didn't agree.
First-woman-in-baseball,Who will she be and does Baseball really care or is she already here?
Fenway Park, A Stadium That The Fans Say Is Too Important to Die.
The First 5 famous black baseball players to make it to Cooperstown may just surprise you.
Ebbets Field, a stirring tribute to the Man, The Field and The Borough loved them both.
Crosley Field was described as an experience that transcended the game. It was home for the Cincinnati Reds for nearly 60 years.