Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_B - Baseball History Bookstore
Page 1     1-20 of 105    1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Baseball History:     more books (100)
  1. Baseball: An Illustrated History, including The Tenth Inning by Geoffrey C. Ward, Ken Burns, et all 2010-09-21
  2. Baseball: A History of America's Game (Illinois History of Sports) by Benjamin G. Rader, 2008-05-02
  3. Great Moments in Baseball History by Matt Christopher, Glenn Stout, 1996-04-01
  4. Baseball: A History of America's Favorite Game (Modern Library Chronicles) by George Vecsey, 2008-03-11
  5. Greats of the Game: The Players, Games, Teams, and Managers That Made Baseball History by Ray Robinson, Christopher Jennison, 2005-04-01
  6. Bert Sugar's Baseball Hall of Fame: A Living History of America's Greatest Game by Bert Randolph Sugar, 2009-05-04
  7. Past Time: Baseball As History by Jules Tygiel, 2001-05-24
  8. But Didn't We Have Fun?: An Informal History of Baseball's Pioneer Era, 1843-1870 by Peter Morris, 2010-03-16
  9. Evaluating Baseball's Managers: A History and Analysis of Performance in the Major Leagues, 1876-2008 by Chris Jaffe, 2009-01-04
  10. The Timeline History of Baseball by Don Jensen, 2009-05-19
  11. When the Game Was Black and White: The Illustrated History of Baseball's Negro Leagues by Bruce Chadwick, 1997-06
  12. A Picture Postcard History of Baseball by Ron Menchine, 1992-11-25
  13. Sports Illustrated: The Baseball Book by Editors of Sports Illustrated, 2006-10-17
  14. We Would Have Played for Nothing: Baseball Stars of the 1950s and 1960s Talk About the Game They Loved (The Baseball Oral History Project) by Fay Vincent, 2009-04-07

1. ©1998 Mr. Baseball - All Rights Reserved Last Updated 9-08-2002
baseball history and memorabilia.Category Shopping Sports Baseball Collectibles......Baseball memorabilia Auction and Store combined with 150 years ofbaseball history. Your Web Headquarters for baseball history and
Your Web Headquarters for Baseball History and Memorabilia

1998 Mr. Baseball - All Rights Reserved
Last updated 9-08-2002.

2. Baseball Almanac - The "Official" Baseball History Site
Features awards, statistics, records, quotes, feats, facts, and history.Category Sports Baseball History......Baseball Almanac is filled with awards, records, stats, quotes, feats,facts and a book full of baseball history! Click Here. Support
Support Baseball Almanac - Visit One Sponsor Each Visit Advertise Here Contact Us Our Newsletter Support Our Efforts ... Year In Review
where it's hat! Official Sponsor
See our large
selection of:
Baseball Hats
Click Now! "A great resource for any fan looking to kill a few hours. Ever wonder where all of the Hall of Famers are buried? The Baseball Almanac gives you not only the town, but also the name of the cemetery." - Forbes (Best of Web Spring 2003 Review) I n 1866, Charles A. Peverelly wrote, "The game of baseball has now become beyond question the leading feature of the outdoor sports of the United States ... It is a game which is peculiarly suited to the American temperament and disposition; ... in short, the pastime suits the people, and the people suit the pastime." B aseball Almanac has dedicated itself to preserving the history of this pastime and has rapidly grown into an interactive baseball encyclopedia filled with thousands of pages full of in-depth facts and statistics. Repeatedly recognized as THE online source for baseball related information, Baseball Almanac has something for everyone.

3. This Date In Baseball History - April 3
Nice site, which tells what happened on this date in baseball history. There is a browse feature, Category Sports Baseball History...... LP. Click here for Major Savings from Steals Deals Visiting our sponsors willhelp to support This Day in baseball history March 19
Welcome to
Sell Baseball Tickets

Buy Baseball Tickets

SportsCo Fantasy Sports

Play Home Run Derby
Today's Birthdays
1993 Phillies
An Incredible Season

Available at E-Bay
Recut Diamond by Bob Smith Box Score of the Week Boudreau and Bearden Beat BoSox, 8-3, to Capture AL Flag October 4, 1948 Baseball and American Culture by John P. Rossi Book Excerpt Select a Date January February March April May June July August September October November December Search This Site Our ISP recently moved the site's files to new server which doesn't support the search software we have been using since 1996.

Software • General BB Links • Scouting, Recruiting Tryouts • Women'sBaseball • Archives • baseball history • Newsgroups • Miscellaneous
Submit URL Update URL Report Dead Link Feedback Our Sponsors
Baseball Links Menu MAIN MENU

Major League Teams

Minor League Teams
Search Baseball Links
Information Advertising Information
Mailing List

About the Rating System

History More Links In These Sub-Categories 1918: Babe Ruth and the World Champion Boston Red Sox
1919 Black Sox
All-Time League Leadership Rankings Australian Baseball History ... Baseball Almanac Baseball Almanac has more than 24,000 pages of baseball records, statistics, quotations, legendary lists, fabulous feats, autographs, box scores, famous firsts, ballparks, and awards. Add unique sections like baseball humor, poetry, scoring, and rules and you have an almanac full of baseball history! The Baseball Chronology Baseball Competitions Results The Baseball Encyclopedia During World War II Baseball Generations ... The Baseball Index SABR Baseball Reliquary Baseball Roll of Honor Baseball: History and Spirit The Best Players of All Time ... Glory Days: Baseball in NY 1947-1957 Fee required. Graphical History of Baseball Michael Bein Greater Mercer County Baseball Greatest Baseball Teams of All Time The Hall-Ruggles Chapter of SABR in Dallas-Fort Worth Hallowed Ground: Baseball's Historical Places ...

5. National Baseball Hall Of Fame And Museum
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum located in Cooperstown, New York. A shrine to baseball's greatest players, the Hall of Fame is committed to preserving and promoting the education of baseball history. connected with Cooperstown with our free weekly email featuring baseball history, Hall of Fame news and special offers.
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Preserving History. Honoring Excellence. Connecting Generations.
HOF Quiz: The Kid
So you think you know 2003 Inductee Gary Carter? What uniform number did the Expos retire in his honor? Take the Quiz and find out. Fearless Forecast Contest
Once again it's time to look into your crystal ball and tell us what will happen in the 2003 baseball season, in our Fearless Forecast Contest. Enter Buy HOF Game Tickets
Hall of Fame Game tickets are now on sale. The game will feature the Phillies and Devil Rays on June 16, 2003, at 2 P.M. Order Tickets Opening Day
Learn about the history of Opening Day in our special section filled with history, trivia, records and more. More Baseball Enlists
Learn about baseball, World War II, and heroes like Bob Feller, through our online exhibit, Baseball Enlists More Connect with Inside Pitch
Stay connected with Cooperstown with our free weekly e-mail featuring baseball history, Hall of Fame news and special offers. Subscribe Search Support the Hall Plan Your Visit ... Events Calendar

6. History - The Baseball Archive
General baseball history. Part I Origins of Baseball. Part II - Professional Baseball's First Hundred Years
History General History Team Histories Post-Season All-Star Game ... League Histories
General Baseball History
Team Histories
All-Star Game
League Histories


7. - Major League Baseball Statistics And History
Major League Baseball Statistics for each player, team, and league in baseball history. AboutUs Analysis Stats Stuff News, SUPPORT,
About Us Analysis Stats Stuff News SUPPORT Major League Stats and Info: Players Teams Leagues Leaders ... Travel
Sponsor a page or directory

Banks ... Contents Other Info
Other Sites

2002 NL
... 2002 AL New In Memoriam Leaders
Career HR
Career ERA+ ... Games New!
Team Schedules
Streaks Travel
Travel Guide
New Oracle Random Feedback Write Us ... John Skilton's Baseball Links The web's oldest and most comprehensive source for baseball related resources. More than 10,000 links indexed into more than 300 categories. HOFers Gary Carter and Eddie Murray Receive an e-mail when new features are added. New Feature: Oracle of Baseball In Memoriam: Joe Buzas and Al Gionfriddo Frick Award Winner Bob Uecker Born Today Gary Pettis Random Page ... Guidelines Baseball Travel Guide: Related Sites Baseball Analysis, News and Commentary Baseball News from every major paper Baseball Archive Contributors, Sources, Philosophy Last Update: Wed Jan 15 15:05:09 EST 2003 Over pages Over programs

8. Major League Baseball History
Standings from every Major League Baseball season since 1876 and postseason championship series results.Category Sports Baseball History......Standings Postseason. 1871 1881. 1882 - 1891. 1892 - 1900. 1901 - 1919. 1920- 1941. 1942 - 1945. 1946 - 1960. 1961 - 1968. 1969 - present. Ballparks. NL. AL.Awards.
1969 - present Ballparks NL AL Awards MVP Cy Young Rookie of the Year Gold Glove Triple Crown Manager of the Year All-Time Leaders Batting Pitching Fielding News Links You are Visitor # since November 20, 1997 Billy Harrelson

9. Australian Baseball History
Australians first saw the game in 1856 when American goldminers at Ballarat, Victoria, played on their Category Sports Baseball History......Australian baseball history. Welcome to the Home Page for Australian baseball history! TO MY AUSTRALIAN baseball history PAGES Web Pages/de
Australian Baseball History
Welcome to the Home Page for Australian Baseball History!
Australia: Home of the 2000 Olympics!
Come and explore the rich heritage of Australian baseball -
from 1857 to the 21st Century!
Joe Clark
You are visitor number:
This is a WAMBY AWARD winning website! And - aw...gee whiz.. not another award... Good game! LINKS TO OTHER BASEBALL SITES The Australian Baseball Federation The International Baseball Association and Federation The Society of American Baseball Research (I am a member) Major League Baseball WW2 Baseball in Europe!- (go here for the best and latest info on current Australian baseball news, plus all the ABL statistics! ) A friendly baseball fantasy cafe - GO TO MY AUSTRALIAN BASEBALL HISTORY PAGES: Australian Baseball History Book (Tribute to Ken Gulliver included) Early History Spalding Tour 1888 Harry Simpson Disaster Tour 1897 ... "That Yank Game"

10. Welcome To The Australian Baseball History Home Page
A complete site for the history of Australian baseball a scaled down versionof a Phd thesis. Welcome to the Home Page for Australian baseball history!
Welcome to the Home Page for Australian Baseball History! by Joe Clark Enter

11. Negro League Baseball Dot Com - The Online Home Of Negro League Baseball History
Features event news, history, biographical profiles of former players, team histories, and a forum.Category Sports Baseball Negro Leagues...... profiles, feature articles, books, videos, shopping, apparel and more.The online home of Negro League baseball history. WHAT'S ON DECK
Latest News
Feature Articles

Player Profiles

Team Profiles
Negro League FAQ

Get our Negro League newsletter sent to your email account free. (Must 14 or older.)
SEND THIS PAGE TO A FRIEND! Just click here. FRONT OFFICE Submit News Advertising Rates LATEST NEGRO LEAGUE NEWS August 11, 2002 13:11:29 CST Bill Foster Inducted Into Mississippi Sports Hall Of Fame Chicago American Giants star honored posthumously in adopted state. Allegheny County Honors Homestead Grays Historic bridge renamed in tribute to the storied Negro League club. "Double Duty" - 100 Years Old And Going Strong Legendary Ted Radcliffe approaches his 100th birthday celebration at Comiskey Park. "Double Duty" - 100 Years Old And Going Strong Legendary Ted Radcliffe approaches his 100th birthday celebration at Comiskey Park. Cardinals Dedicate Statue Of Cool Papa Bell Longtime St. Louis resident honored. Joe Black, First Black Pitcher To Win World Series Game, Dies At 78 Former Elite Giants star was National League Rookie of the Year in 1952 News Index CURRENT FEATURE ARTICLES August 11, 2002 13:11:29 CST

12. Baseball: History And Spirit
baseball history AND SPIRIT Baseball myths, legends, fantasies.Baseball - an institution, an international pastime, a game
Baseball - myths, legends, fantasies Baseball - an institution, an international pastime, a game Lou Gehrig Josh Gibson Links Museums/Halls of Fame ... Films
"Well it's our game; that's the chief fact in connection with it; it has the snap, go, fling of the American atmosphere; it belongs as much to our institutions, fits into them as significantly as our Constitution's laws; it is just as important in the sum total of our historic life."
Walt Whitman
(American poet, 1819-1892) from With Walt Whitman in Camden by Horace Traubel , vol.4, 508
I welcome your thoughts and comments.
Please submit using the form below, or contact me at
On July 6, 2000, the US Postal Service will officially dedicate and issue
The Legends of Baseball Stamp Collection

(Stamps Online, 2000 Collection, Click "Legends of Baseball") A Gallery of Our National Pastime's Best Home Top of page Jay Hurd Last revised June 30, 2000 Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia

13. Sarah's Dodger Place: Dodger & Baseball History
Sarah ' s Dodger Place Dodger baseball history. Roy CampanellaAn inspirational catcher Puckett and Winfield make it

Roy Campanella: An inspirational catcher
Puckett and Winfield make it into the Baseball Hall of Fame Home News
Roy Campanella: An inspirational catcher
Puckett and Winfield make it into the Baseball Hall of Fame Home News ... E-mail

14. Baseball,Mission BC Minor Pony League
History of Hilltop Dodgers in Mission BC Canada.Category Sports Baseball History......Baseball Mission City BC. baseball history from 1960. A look backat baseball history in Mission, BC. Five Teams in Pony Baseball July 27,1960
Baseball Mission City BC Baseball History from 1960 Low Price Guarantee Item
Click here for 2003 DeMarini Doublewall F2
Click here for 2003 Demarini Venom Adult Baseball Bat
Click here for 2003 DeMarini Doublewall Demolition with FREE Shirt
Click here for 2003 Louisville SB103 Genesis
Click here for 2003 Louisville GEN1X XXL SB203
Click here for 2003 Anderson Rocket Tech
Click here for Anderson Next Generation XP with FREE BAT BAG Can you recognize anyone? ANYONE THAT IS IN THIS PICTURE THAT WOULD LIKE A COPY PLEASE EMAIL ME AND I WILL SEND YOU ONE A look back at baseball history in Mission, BC Five Teams in Pony Baseball
July 27,1960
A Pony Baseball League, with a team from Mission City, one from Mission Dictrict, and two from Haney and one from Hammond, has started an 8-game schedule. So farthe two local teams have each won one game and lost one. Next month, at the end of the regular season, all five teams will compete in playoffs for the league championship. Transportation for away games are needed for the local Pony leaguers, Les Davies, president of the Mission City Baseball Association, told the Recreation Council at a meeting Monday. Pony League is for boys 14 to 15. Babe Ruth players are 15 to 16 years.

15. Mr. Baseball - History Main Menu
am also bound and determined to make Mr. Baseball the prime source for baseball historyon the Intertnet as we cover 150 years of baseball history in detail.
Presenting 150
Years of
A MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER Hello, my name is Alexander Cartwright IV. In 1845, in the City of New York, my great, great, grandfather, Alexander Cartwright Jr., along with members of his Knickerbocker Base Ball Club, virtually invented the modern game of baseball. Unfortunately my ancestor has never been given the proper honor and recognition that he deserves. His story has been overshadowed for all these many years by the myth that the game was invented by Abner Doubleday, when in actual fact Doubleday never had anything to do with baseball in his whole life! Well, the tme has come to set the record straight! And what better way to do so, than on the world wide web. That's why I founded Mr. Baseball. I feel it's time that the whole world knew the true story of the origin of baseball...and of my illustrious ancestor's role in it. But that's not the only purpose of Mr. Baseball... I am also bound and determined to make Mr. Baseball the prime source for baseball history on the we cover 150 years of baseball history in detail. Plus, I am also intent on making Mr. Baseball the best location on the web to shop for baseball memorabilia and collectibles...and, a great place for baseball fans, such as myself, to discuss baseball issues (of both past and present eras) with fellow fans, sportswriters and celebrities. I only ask that you start your journey through baseball history at the beginning... with a saga of the man to whom Mr. Baseball is dedicated, my great, great grandfather, Alexander Cartwright Jr....for his story has been overlooked for far, far too long.

16. Today In Baseball History : Baseball Events - Baseball Birthdays - Baseball Trad
Today in baseball history brings forth dayby-day baseball events, baseballbirthdays, and baseball trades transactions.
Today in Baseball History Home Contact Baseball Almanac Baseball Box Scores ... Support
Select a Month:
January February March April May June July August September October November December Select a Day:
Click Here
Select Items To Include:
Historical Baseball Events [Only January - June Work] Baseball Birthdays [All Dates Work] Baseball Deaths [All Dates Work]
Baseball Almanac

TODAY IN baseball history By The Associated Press Returns next seasonWhich team most needs to make a big deadline deal? Calgary
Inside CANOE.CA SLAM! Sports Jam! Showbiz AllPop CNEWS Webfin Money C-Health Lifewise AUTONET.CA Newsstand Travel Search Get away today 411 online Free E-Mail CareerConnection Classified Extra Match Contact Obituaries Today Restaurants Hotels Weather Horoscopes Lotteries Crossword Scoreboard News Ticker Biz Ticker Sports Ticker TV Listings Movie Listings CLIVE Concerts Mutual Funds Stocks Feedback Index
Spring Training LIVE SCORES Grapefruit Cactus Standings Schedule Previews Movement STATS Leaders Team Pitching Team Batting BATTING AL TEAMS Anaheim Baltimore Boston Chicago Cleveland Detroit Kansas City Minnesota NY Yankees Oakland Seattle Tampa Bay Texas Toronto NL TEAMS Arizona Atlanta Chicago Cincinnati Colorado Florida Houston Los Angeles Milwaukee Montreal NY Mets Philadelphia Pittsburgh San Diego San Francisco St. Louis PITCHING AL TEAMS Anaheim Baltimore Boston Chicago Cleveland Detroit Kansas City Minnesota NY Yankees Oakland Seattle Tampa Bay Texas Toronto NL TEAMS Arizona Atlanta Chicago Cincinnati Colorado Florida Houston Los Angeles Milwaukee Montreal NY Mets Philadelphia Pittsburgh San Diego San Francisco St. Louis

18. Major League Baseball History
The Official Site of Major League baseball history Historical Stats, Hallof Famers, Alltime Award Winners, World Series History and MORE!

19. Baseball History At The National Baseball Hall Of Fame And Museum
baseball history. Today in Hall of Fame History More. This Month's Trivia QuizTest your knowledge of baseball history with this month's trivia quiz. More.
Baseball History
Trivia Challenge
Baseball Birthdays —
This Day in Baseball History

20. - Baseball History - "Invention" & Early Growth
This document contains a history of baseball from its invention in 1845through 1869. It is a page in the History section of HickokSports
Sports History
Alpha Index Index by Sport History Bits Forum ... Search
Baseball: "Invention"
and Early Growth (1845-1869)
In 1842, a group of young professionals began meeting regularly to play baseball on a field at 47th Avenue and 27th Street in Manhattan. Three years later, they formed the Knickerbocker Base Ball Club , evidently at the suggestion of Alexander Cartwright, the owner of a book and stationery store who had once been a volunteer fireman with the Knickerbocker Engine Company. A four-man committee was appointed to draft a constitution and by-laws. Cartwright and the committee's president, Daniel L. "Doc" Adams, did most of the work on the by-laws, which became baseball's first formal rules. The rules called for four bases in a square, 42 paces (about 126 feet) on each diagonal. The batter was placed at the fourth base, which was renamed "home." "Soaking" was eliminated; a runner had to be tagged or forced out. The batter was out if his batted ball was caught on the fly or on first bounce. The new rules also established three strikes for an out and three outs in a half-inning. A game lasted until one team scored twenty-one runs, or "aces" as they were then called.

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 1     1-20 of 105    1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | Next 20

free hit counter