Keystone Club of Harrisburg

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Nick Name Keystone
Earliest Known Date Friday, June 27, 1862
Location Harrisburg, PA, United States
Nine Class Senior

The Harrisburg Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph, June 28, 1862: "Base Ball Club--a number of our leading citizens met at the depot of the Pennsylvania railroad, in this city, last evening, and organized a base ball club, by electing the following officers: President, Samuel D. Young..."

Same, Aug. 21, 1862 reports that recently the Keystone Club of Harrisburg defeated the Mountain Club of Altoona. Gives a box score. Said elsewhere to be the first base ball game played in PA outside Philadelphia [which is not true].

The Keystone Club of Harrisburg PA is listed in Peverelly [1866]. 


The Harrisburg Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph, June 28, 1862; Aug. 21, 1862

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Found by Bruce Allardice
Entered by Bruce Allardice
First in Location Harrisburg, PA
Entry Origin Sabrpedia


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