Something I found on my hard drive today: a picture I took from the “Red Seat” in Fenway, where it is said Ted Williams hit the longest home run in the stadium’s history:
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PICTURE: The NCAA can’t spell the name of one of it’s premier events right
(Note: And I made a grammar error originally on the title originally, using premiere instead of premier. Whoops.)
And now, for no reason whatsoever, an image of a young Joe Mauer wearing Zubaz
Thanks (uhm, I guess) to Michael Clair, who posted this (after it probably was posted elsewhere but somehow escaped my attention) over at Old Time Family Baseball.
So there you go.
Picture of the day: Eddie Cicotte
After Shoeless Joe Jackson, the best player involved in the Black Sox scandal was Eddie Cicotte, an ace pitcher who was as crooked as he was successful. His career 2.38 ERA is 24th best in history and it’s likely he would have ended up in the HoF if not for his role amongst the Black Sox.
This photo, from the Library of Congress Flickr stream, has no known copyright restrictions.
Picture of the day: Cobb and Mathewson
The 1911 World Series was between the Tigers and Giants. That meant that two of the greatest stars of the early 20th century faced each other: Christy Mathewson and Ty Cobb.
This photo is from the Library of Congress Flickr stream and there are no known copyright restrictions.