Block:English Baseball in London on March 25 1876
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It was announced that a "base ball" match would comprise part of the season-opening entertainment at another London swimming pool, this time the Paddington Public Baths, Queens-Road, Bayswater. According to a newspaper notice, a series of swimming races would be held for prizes, and "Professor Whyte and Son will give their unrivaled exhibition. Diving for plates, Siamese twin race, Base Ball Match by members of the North London Swimming Club," and other attractions would complete the program.
Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle, March 25, 1876, p.5
Again, this would have been a water baseball game.
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