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Exhibition Baseball Americana

Exhibition Items

Introduction

Baseball Then and Now

  • Fingerless leather gloves, ca. 1800s. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (001.00.00)
  • George Sisler’s (1893–1973) Rawlings leather mitt. (9.5"), 1920. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (002.00.00)
  • Ichiro Suzuki’s (b. 1973) Mizuno Pro glove (12"), 2012. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (003.00.00)
  • Mushroom handle bat (34"), late-nineteenth century. Manchester, NH: B. H. Piper Co. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (080.00.00)
  • Jonny Gomes’s (b. 1980) Victus Sports Maple Series bat (33.5"), 2013. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (081.00.00)
  • Charles Arnold’s catcher’s mask, 1905. Canvas, leather, and metal. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (082.00.00)
  • José Molina’s (b. 1975) All-Star catcher’s mask, 2009. Fiberglass, leather, foam, and metal. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (083.00.00)
  • Ralph Eaton’s (1898–1986) shin guards. Canvas and leather. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (084.00.00)
  • Jason Varitek’s (b. 1972) All-Star shin guards, 2008. Plastic, nylon, metal, and leather. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (085.00.00)
  • Frankie Frisch’s (1898–1973) Spalding leather shoes with metal spikes, ca. 1919. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (086.00.00)
  • Homer Bailey’s (b. 1986) Adidas shoes, size 13, 2013. Leather. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (087.00.00)

Baseball’s “Magna Carta”

  • Daniel “Doc” Adams. “Laws of Base Ball.” Manuscript, December 1856. Courtesy of Hayden Trubitt, a baseball fan (007.00.00)
  • William Grenelle. “Rules for Match Games of Base Ball.” Manuscript, January 1857. Courtesy of Hayden Trubitt, a baseball fan (007.01.00)
  • William Grenelle. “Laws of Base Ball.” Manuscript, January–February 1857. Courtesy of Hayden Trubitt, a baseball fan (007.02.00)
  • A Base-Ball Match at the Elysian Fields, Hoboken. Published in Harper’s Weekly, October 15, 1859. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress

Origins and Early Days

Baseball’s Roots

  • Jehan de Grise and his workshop. Manuscript illustration from Romance of Alexander, 1338–1344. Reproduction. Courtesy of The Bodleian Libraries, The University of Oxford, MS. Bodl. 264, fol. 22r (102.00.00)
  • Diary of John Rhea Smith, Nassau Hall, College of New Jersey. Princeton, 1786. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (004.00.00)
  • John Newbery. A Little Pretty Pocket Book. First American edition. Worcester, Massachusetts: Isaiah Thomas, 1787. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (005.00.00)
  • Brad Herzog. H is for Home Run: A Baseball Alphabet. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Sleeping Bear Press, 2004. General Collections, Library of Congress (006.00.00)
  • Jane Austen. Northanger Abbey. London: John Murray, 1818. Reproduction. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (101.00.00)
  • A Manual of Cricket and Base Ball. Boston: Mayhew and Baker, 1858. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (009.00.00)
  • The Base Ball Player’s Pocket Companion. Boston: Mayhew and Baker, 1859. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (008.00.00)

Baseball as the National Game

  • Robin Carver. The Book of Sports. Boston: Lily, Wait, Colman and Holden, 1834. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (011.00.00)
  • Marjory Collins, photographer. Washington, D.C., July 1942. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (012.00.00)
  • Amherst Express. Extra, July 1859. Broadside. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (016.00.00)
  • Otto Boetticher. Union Prisoners at Salisbury, North Carolina. Lithograph. New York: Sarony, Major & Knapp, 1863. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (013.00.00)
  • Charles H. Williamson. Champions of America, 1865. Photograph mounted on card. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (014.00.00)
  • First Nine of the Cincinnati Red Stockings. Chromolithograph. Cincinnati: Tuchfarber, Walkley & Moellmann, 1869. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (015.00.00)

The National Game, from Coast to Coast

  • Henry Chadwick. Haney’s Base Ball Book of Reference. New York: Haney & Co., 1868. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (017.00.00)
  • Joe Morgan and Richard Lally. Baseball for Dummies. Hoboken: Wiley and Sons, 2014. General Collections, Library of Congress (018.00.00)
  • Concord Base Ball Club. 4th of July, 1879! Grand Base Ball Match! Broadside. Concord, Massachusetts, June 26, 1879. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (019.00.00)
  • M. Mullen. The Baseball Song. Sheet music. New York: Willis Woodward & Co., 1888. Music Division, Library of Congress (010.00.00)
  • Myra E. Kinsey. The California League Grounds, San Francisco vs. Oakland, September 9, 1890. San Francisco: Britton & Rey, 1891. Reproduction of photomechanical print. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (103.00.00)
  • Philadelphia Clubs at Home. Chromolithograph. Philadelphia: A. M. J. Mueller, 1915. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (020.00.00)
  • Boston vs. Pittsburgh World Series ticket, 1903. Reproduction. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (020.01.00)
  • Chicago Cubs vs. Cleveland Indians World Series ticket, 2016. Reproduction. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (020.02.00)

Who’s Playing

Who’s Playing in the Major Leagues

  • John Montgomery Ward (1860–1925). Reproduction from Base-Ball: How to Become a Player, with the Origin, History, and Explanation of the Game. Philadelphia: The Athletic Publishing Co., 1888. General Collections, Library of Congress (029.01.00)
  • John Montgomery Ward. Base-Ball: How to Become a Player, with the Origin, History and Explanation of the Game. Philadelphia: The Athletic Publishing Co., 1888. General Collections, Library of Congress (029.00.00)
  • Washington Base Ball Club. Uncut sheet, baseball cards. New York: Goodwin & Co. 1887. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (021.00.00)
  • Bowman baseball cards. Uncut sheet, offset photomechanical. Topps Company, Inc., Merchants Press Inc., 1994. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (022.00.00)
  • Leather baseball, 1887. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (088.00.00)
  • Rawlings baseball used during perfect game in Texas Rangers 4-0 win over the California Angels, Arlington, Texas, July 28, 1994. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (089.00.00)
  • Brooklyn Baseball Club. Panoramic gelatin silver print, 1911. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (023.00.00)

A Game Divided

  • World’s Champions 1905–1906, Owosso, Michigan West Side Indoor Base Ball Team. Photograph, 1906. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (025.00.00)
  • Pitcher: Christy Mathewson (1880–1925). New York Giants. Hand-colored chromolithograph. Turkey Red Cabinets (T3). American Tobacco Co., 1911. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.01)
  • Catcher: Doc Bushong (1856–1908). St. Louis Browns. Chromolithograph. Buchner Gold Coin (N284). D. Buchner & Co., 1887. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.02)
  • Batter: Ty Cobb (1886–1961). Detroit Tigers. Color relief halftone. Series of Champions (T227). Honest Long Cut and Miners Extra, 1912. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.03)
  • First base: Fred Merkle (1888–1956). New York Giants. Color relief halftone. White Borders (T206). American Tobacco Co., 1909. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.04)
  • Second base: Art Phelan (1887–1954). Chicago Cubs. Gelatin silver print. Fatima (T222). Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., 1914. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.05)
  • Baserunner: Mike Mattimore (1858–1931). Philadelphia Athletics. Albumen photograph. Old Judge (N172). Goodwin & Co., 1888. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.06)
  • Shortstop: Jack Barry (1887–1961). Philadelphia Athletics. Color relief halftone. Brown Backgrounds (T207). American Tobacco Co., 1912. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.07)
  • Third base: Harry Baker. Kansas City Blues. Color relief halftone. Mecca Double Folders (T201). American Tobacco Co., 1911. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.08)
  • Left field: E. A. Burch (1856–1892). Brooklyn Trolley-Dodgers. Chromolithograph. W. S. Kimball Champions (N184). W. S. Kimball, 1888. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.09)
  • Center field: Tris Speaker (1888–1958). Boston Red Sox. Photomechanical print. Gold Borders (T205). American Tobacco Co., 1911. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.10)
  • Right field: King Kelly (1857–1894). Boston Beaneaters. Chromolithograph. Goodwin Champions (N162). Goodwin & Co., 1888. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (024.00.11)
  • Ty Cobb’s American League player contract, 1908. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (090.00.00)
  • Edward David Ritton, photographer. African American baseball team. Danbury, Connecticut, ca. 1880. William A. Gladstone Collection of African American Photographs, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (026.00.00)
  • Satchel Paige (1906–1982), St. Louis Browns pitcher, 1952. Reproduction. Courtesy of National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (032.00.00)
  • Satchel Paige autographed baseball, 1971. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (091.00.00)
  • Kansas City Monarchs-Indianapolis Clowns program, 1954. Branch Rickey Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (027.00.00)

Who’s Also Playing

  • Jackie Robinson (1919–1972) in Kansas City Monarchs uniform, Negro American League, 1945. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (113.00.00)
  • Arthur Mann and Lawrence Taylor. The Jackie Robinson Story, 1950. Screenplay. Arthur Mann Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (028.00.00)
  • Jackie Robinson—The Dashing Dodger, #4. Comic book. New York: Fawcett Publications, 1950. Serial and Government Publications Division, Library of Congress (030.00.00)
  • Letter from Jackie Robinson to Branch Rickey (1881–1965), 1950. Branch Rickey Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (031.00.00,031.01.00)
  • New York Female Giants. New York: Bain News Service, 1913. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (112.00.00)
  • Uniform of Dorothy Ferguson Key (1923–2003), Rockford Peaches, All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, 1945–1954. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (033.00.00)
  • Bettye Lane, photographer. Little League Tryouts for Females, New Jersey. 1974. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (034.00.00)
  • “Mo’ne—Remember Her Name,” Sports Illustrated magazine, August 25, 2014. Private Collection (079.00.00)

At the Ballpark

The Ballpark Community

  • Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Washington, D.C. Sanborn Map Company, Vol. 3, 1959. Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress (035.00.00)
  • Albert Von Tilzer (1878–1956) and Jack Norworth (1879–1959). “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.” New York: New York Music Co., 1908. Music Division, Library of Congress (036.00.00)
  • Trixie Friganza, ca. 1907–1920. Reproductions. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (037.00.00)
  • Jack Norworth, ca. 1907–1920. Reproductions. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (037.02.00)
  • Nora Bayes, ca. 1907–1920. Reproductions. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (037.03.00)
  • Vincent Curry’s notebook with scorecard for September 30, 1936. Giants 6, Yankees 1. Courtesy of Neil V. Curry (046.00.00)
  • President George W. Bush (b. 1946) at World Series Game 3, Yankee Stadium, October 30, 2001. Office of White House Management, Photography Office. Reproduction. Courtesy of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum (045.00.00)
  • Curt Schilling’s (b. 1966) Arizona Diamondbacks road cap, 2001. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (092.00.00)

In the Bleachers

  • Will R. Anderson. “Tessie, You Are the Only, Only, Only.” Sheet music. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1902. Music Division, Library of Congress (038.00.00)
  • Dropkick Murphys. Tessie, the Official Anthem of the Boston Red Sox. Compact disc. Hellcat Records, 2004. Courtesy of Betsy Nahum-Miller (039.00.00)
  • Bobblehead of New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza (b. 1968), 2002. Shea Stadium, New York (042.01.00) Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Trevor Time battery-operated clock with San Diego Padres pitcher Trevor Hoffman (b. 1967), 2007. Petco Park, San Diego (042.03.00) Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Star Wars R2-D2 bobblehead, Cincinnati Reds, 2015. Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati (042.05.00) Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Fotoball with Boston Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens (b. 1962), 1995. Fenway Park, Boston (042.00.00) Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Pom-poms for Opening Day at the Minnesota Twins new stadium, 2010. Target Field, Minneapolis (042.04.00) Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Seattle Mariners compost kitchen bucket, 2012. Safeco Field, Seattle (042.02.00) Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Vin Scully (b. 1927) bobblehead, Los Angeles Dodgers, 2012. Courtesy of the Reyburn family (041.00.00)
  • Ruth Roberts and Bill Katz. “Meet the Mets.” Sheet music. Port Chester, NY: Michael Brent Publications, Inc., 1963. Music Division, Library of Congress (040.00.00)
  • Baseball Fans—“Hot dogs” for Fans Waiting for Gates to Open at Ebbets Field, 1920. Gelatin silver print. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (043.00.00)
  • Katrina N. Jorgensen. Ballpark Cookbook: The National League: Recipes Inspired by Baseball Stadium Foods. North Mankato, MN: Capstone Press, 2016. General Collections (044.00.00)

The Promise of Baseball

Banking on Baseball

  • Homemade baseball, before 1949. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (099.00.00)
  • Al Ravenna, photographer. Playing ball in East Harlem, New York City, 1954. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (106.00.00)
  • Lewis Hine, photographer. The Ball Team, 1908. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (057.01.00)
  • Louis van Oeyen, photographer. Ty Cobb (1886–1961) and Joe Jackson (1887–1951), 1913. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (058.00.00)
  • Joe DiMaggio (1914–1999). The DiMaggio Albums, vol. 1. New York: Putnam’s, 1989. General Collections, Library of Congress (061.00.00)
  • Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962), 1955. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Collection, Library of Congress (062.00.00)
  • Bob Dylan (b. 1941) and Jacques Levy (1935–2004). “Catfish,” 1975. Sheet music. Music Division, Library of Congress (048.00.00)

The Business of Baseball

  • Paul Cook’s (1863–1905) contract, Western League of Base Ball Clubs, 1892. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (095.00.00)
  • Bain News Service. The Buffalo Buffeds and Brooklyn Tip Tops, Brooklyn, 1914. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (109.00.00)
  • Babe Ruth’s (1895–1948) New York Yankees auxiliary agreement, February 18, 1921. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (094.00.00)
  • National Photo Company. Babe Ruth (1895–1948), second from left, at the White House, December 7, 1921. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (060.00.00)
  • Babe Ruth’s baseball shoes, 1914–1921. Leather with metal cleats. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (093.00.00)
  • Robert Creamer. Babe: The Legend Comes to Life. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1974. General Collections, Library of Congress (059.00.00)
  • Curt Flood (1938–1997) with Richard Carter. The Way It Is. New York: Trident Press, 1971. Private Collection (066.00.00)
  • “Powerball.” Sports Illustrated magazine, December 18, 2000. General Collections, Library of Congress (110.00.00)

Away Games: Baseball Goes Abroad

  • Bain News Service. YMCA Recreation Hut in France—Soldier’s Ball Game, ca. 1917–1918. Reproduction. George Grantham Bain Collection, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (107.00.00)
  • U.S. Coach Harry Wolter’s (1887–1970) Olympic participation medal, 1936 Summer Olympic Games, Berlin. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (096.00.00)
  • Overseas Picture Division. American Soldiers in India . . . , ca. 1942. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (065.00.00)
  • Acme Photograph. Lest ’Pop’ Bottles Bounce off Their Heads! Mexico City, 1946. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (063.00.00)
  • Japanese baseball cards for Shinji Hata (b. 1962) and Osamu Abe (b. 1962), 1992. Color offset photomechanical print. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (064.00.00)
  • Japanese baseball card for Shinji Hata (b. 1962), 1992. Color offset photomechanical print. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (064.00.01)
  • Japanese baseball card for Osamu Abe (b. 1962), 1992. Color offset photomechanical print. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (064.00.02)
  • Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones’s (b. 1985) cap, Team USA, World Baseball Classic Finals, 2017. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (097.00.00)

Changes in the Lineup

  • Mike Kelly (1857–1894). Play Ball: Stories of the Ball Field. Boston: Emmery & Hughes, 1888. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (047.00.00)
  • Fred Fisher and Mrs. Lou Gehrig, “I Can’t Get to First Base with You.” Sheet music. New York: Fred Fisher Music Co., 1935. Music Division, Library of Congress (049.00.00)
  • Spalding’s Official Baseball Guide, Spanish-American edition. New York: American Sports Publishing Co., 1911. General Collections, Library of Congress (050.00.00)
  • Minnie Miñoso, (1925–2015) outfielder for the Cleveland Indians, Throws out the First Ball to Start the 1958 Cubanitos (“Little League“) Season in His Native Village of Perico, Cuba, 1958. Gelatin silver print. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (051.00.00)
  • Hank Greenberg (1911–1986) (1902–1972) from Jewish Major Leaguers Baseball Cards set. Philadelphia: Fleer Skybox International, 2003. Hebraic Division, Library of Congress (052.00.00)
  • Sandy Koufax (b. 1935) from Jewish Major Leaguers Baseball Cards set. Philadelphia: Fleer Skybox International, 2003. Hebraic Division, Library of Congress (052.01.00)
  • Moe Berg (1902–1972) from Jewish Major Leaguers Baseball Cards set. Philadelphia: Fleer Skybox International, 2003. Hebraic Division, Library of Congress (052.02.00)
  • Phil Bath, photographer. Sandy Koufax, April 12, 1966. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (053.00.00)
  • Jim Thorpe (1888–1953), outfielder, New York Giants, at the Polo Grounds, 1913. Reproduction. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (056.00.00)
  • Ansel Adams, photographer. Baseball Game, Manzanar Relocation Center, California, 1943. Gelatin silver print. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (054.00.00)
  • Ken Mochizuki. Baseball Saved Us. New York: Lee & Low, 1993. General Collections, Library of Congress (055.00.00)
  • “Making His Way in the U.S.A.,” cover story on Fernando Valenzuela (b. 1960). Sports Illustrated magazine, July 8, 1985. General Collections, Library of Congress (111.00.00)

The Art and Science of Baseball

The Measure of the Game

  • Alan Schwarz. The Numbers Game: Baseball’s Lifelong Fascination with Statistics. New York: T. Dunne Books, 2004. General Collections, Library of Congress (071.00.00)
  • Branch Rickey (1881–1965). Scouting report on Don Drysdale (1936–1993), June 15, 1954. Carbon copy. Branch Rickey Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (069.00.00)
  • Branch Rickey. Scouting report on Hank Aaron (b. 1934), May 2, 1963. Carbon copy. Branch Rickey Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (070.00.00)
  • Strat-O-Matic Baseball, 1979. Collection of Terence J. Flannery (078.00.00)
  • Whitey Herzog (b. 1931). Batting chart for Eddie Murray, 1989–1990. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (098.00.00)
  • Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Washington Nationals lineup card signed by Nationals manager Davey Johnson, April 28, 2012, Washington, D.C. Courtesy of the Washington Nationals Baseball Club (108.00.00)

The Art of Winning

  • Spalding’s Official Baseball Guide. Chicago: A. G. Spalding & Bros, 1881. General Collections, Library of Congress (067.00.00)
  • Michael Lewis. Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 2004. Private Collection (072.00.00)
  • Walter Johnson (1887–1946), Washington Senators. Baseball card. Relief halftone. Mecca Double Folders (T201), American Tobacco Co., 1911. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (074.00.00)
  • Babe Ruth (1895–1948), New York Yankees. Baseball card. Offset lithograph. Big League Chewing Gum, Goudey Gum Co., 1933. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (077.00.00)
  • National League 1965 Batting Leaders. Baseball card. Photomechanical print. T.G.C., 1965. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (068.00.00)
  • Miguel Cabrera (b. 1983), Detroit Tigers. Baseball card. Photomechanical print. The Topps Co., Inc., 2016. Private Collection (075.00.00)
  • American League MVP Roger Peckinpaugh’s (1891–1977) silver cup received on October 10, 1925. On loan from the private collection of the Walter S. Peckinpaugh, Sr., Estate (073.00.00)
  • Harris & Ewing. Plenty of Base Hits in These Bats, July 7, 1937. Left to right: Lou Gehrig (Yankees), Joe Cronin (Red Sox), Bill Dickey (Yankees), Joe DiMaggio (Yankees), Charlie Gehringer (Tigers), Jimmie Foxx (Red Sox), and Hank Greenberg (Tigers) at Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (104.00.00)
  • Society for American Baseball Research, Bob McConnell and David Vincent, editors. SABR Presents the Home Run Encyclopedia: The Who, What, and Where of Every Home Run Hit Since 1876. New York: McMillan, 1996. General Collections, Library of Congress (076.00.00)
  • Carlos Beltrán’s (b. 1977) jersey, Houston Astros, 2004. Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (100.00.00)
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