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".
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Anaheim Stadium was one in a series of Baseball Only stadiums that were a grand experiment by baseball owners to recapture the feel of Old Time Baseball.
The Baseball field has changed how we play the Game.
Rube Foster, was a Black baseball player trying to make a living playing baseball, through a time in history fraught with physical peril for blacks,
Originally constructed in 1948, Deltaville Ballpark has served as home to amateur, semi-pro, scholastic, and youth baseball for over 70 years. It seats
Comiskey Park was purchased and financed by Charles A. Crowsley in 1909 but the park was originally referred to as White Sox Park.
During its hey-day the park played host to Hall of Fame baseball legends. John McGraw led his Giants into Bisbee for an exhibition game against the White
Wrigley Field was originally called Weeghman Park after Charles Weeghman, who owned the Chi Feds of the Federal League , not Weegam park It is mis spelled
False, Rickwood Stadium in Alabama is older than Wrigley and Fenway.
The field was established in 1907, with the first game being played on April 12, 1907. Coleman Field, is yet another of America's Oldest baseball parks