The 2017 elections to the British Baseball Hall of Fame have introduced three new inductees, increasing the class to 32
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Norwich Iceni are joining the BBF leagues in 2017, the first team in Norwich since the Norwich Wanderers of 1991-1994.
Summary A look at the best players, teams, grounds, and more from the first decade of the National Baseball League. Access the PDF Click here Please leave comments on the article below.
During 2010, my posts on BaseballGB have been a little fewer and further between than I would have liked, but there has been a good reason. For the past 14 months, I have been researching and writing a 100,000-word history of Britain’s pro baseball league of 1890. The result was my first book. The publisher received […]
There has never been a team quite like the 1934 St. Louis Cardinals. In the dredges of the Great Depression, a group of players who chewed tobacco, played covered in dirt (resembling gas station attendants, hence the nickname) and had their own bluegrass band squeaked out a dramatic pennant and won a seven game World […]
In 1967, Boston was not a baseball town and who could blame them? The Red Sox hadn’t contended for a pennant since 1950, and hadn’t even had a winning season since 1958 …
Anyone interested in nineteenth century baseball will be glad to learn of a new book that comes out in the States tomorrow. ‘Fifty-nine in ’84’ by Edward Achorn tells the tale of Hall of Fame pitcher Charles “Old Hoss” Radbourn
This week’s book review looks at an excellent book dedicated to the Negro Leagues
Guest author Josh Chetwynd Summary This article tells the story of how a speedway fan named Albert King came to follow the West Ham Hammers in the London Major Baseball League of the 1930s. The article is based on correspondence that King had with Chetwynd in 2006, around the time that Chetwynd’s book British Baseball and the […]