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Description <p>The term “old fashioned base ball <p>The term “old fashioned base ball” appears to have been used in the decades after the 1850s to describe whatever game was played locally before the New York game arrived. The term was used extensively in upstate New York and New Jersey.  We are still uncertain as to whether OFBB had common rules.  In Western New York State, OFBB seems to align with the old form of the Massachusetts game, but prior to the codification of Mass Game rules in 1858.  It is possible that the term was used for diverse variations of local safe-haven games in other areas.</p> <p>One might speculate that later still, such games would be thought of as “town ball.”</p> ld be thought of as “town ball.”</p>
Game Eras 1800s  + , Predecessor  +
Game Family Baseball  +
Game Regions US  +
Sources <p>One investigation of Old Fashioned Base Ball is at Astifan and McCray, "'Old-Fashioned Base Ball' in Western New York, 1825-1860," <em>Base Ball, </em>volume 2 number 2 (Fall 2008), pages 26-34.</p>
Term Base Ball  +
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Categories Games  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 July 2019 17:54:06  +
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