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Dick Gossett of the New York Yankees in 1913 at the Polo Grounds.
The Highlanders take batting practice at Hilltop Park in 1911.
Left to right, Ban Johnson, president of the American League; Garry Herrmann, president of baseball's National Commission; Thomas Lynch, president of the National League at Game 3 of the World Series on October 17, 1911 at the Polo Grounds. The Philadelphia Athletics would beat the New York Giants 3-2 in 11 innings and win the series 4-2.
Harry Wolverton, left, manager of the New York Highlanders, with John McGraw, manager of the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds in 1912.
Game one of the 1912 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds on October 8. Boston won the game 4-3 and the series 4-3 in 8 games (there was one tie).
Ebbets Field in Brooklyn in 1913, prior to opening.
Charley Ebbets' youngest daughter Miss Genevieve Ebbets, at the opening of Ebbets Field on April 5, 1913.
The first exhibition game at Ebbets Field on April 5, 1913.
Ray Caldwell of the New York Yankees in 1913 at the Polo Grounds.
Jim Thorpe of the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds in 1913.