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30 September 2022

     09:22  Re-thinking Elysian Fields 2022‎‎ 2 changes history +1,163 [Larry‎ (2×)]
     
09:22 (cur | prev) +77 Larry talk contribs
     
09:16 (cur | prev) +1,086 Larry talk contribs
     04:28  New Marlboro Rules Baseball diffhist +12 Bsallardice talk contribs
     04:27  Baseball5 diffhist −17 Bsallardice talk contribs

29 September 2022

N    19:43  Baseball5 diffhist +1,794 Bsallardice talk contribs (Created page with "{{Game |Term=Baseball5 |Game Family=Baseball |Location=World |Game Regions=Rest of World |Game Eras=Contemporary |Invented Game=No |Description=<p>'''"Baseball5''' ('''B5''') is an internationally played Safe Haven game with many of the same rules as baseball and softball, and is governed alongside those sports by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC).</p><p><sup id="cite_ref-1" class="reference"></sup></p><p>The game revolves around two teams of five pla...")
N    19:21  New Marlboro Rules Baseball diffhist +1,016 Bsallardice talk contribs (Created page with "{{Game |Term=New Marlboro Rules Baseball |Game Family=Baseball |Location=Massachusetts, United States |Game Regions=US |Game Eras=1800s |Invented Game=No |Description=The New Marlboro Rules (from a club in New Marlborough, MA) date from 1863, and can be found in the "Rule Sets" portion of Protoball. They bear some similarities to the Massachusetts game, but with a few differences. "The New Marlboro rules are not the Massachusetts Game. They are not radically different...")
 m   18:48  Origins Newsletter diffhist +209 Bsallardice talk contribs
N    10:11  Union Cricket Club grounds in Walnut Hills‎‎ 4 changes history +585 [Bsallardice‎ (4×)]
     
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10:03 (cur | prev) +1 Bsallardice talk contribs (Edited automatically from page Union Cricket Club grounds in Walnut Hills.)
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10:02 (cur | prev) +454 Bsallardice talk contribs (Created page with "{{Field |Name=Union Cricket Club grounds in Walnut Hills |Country=United States |State=OH |City=Cincinnati |Modern Address=Corner of Woodburn and Madison Pike |Description=Site of the 1858 game. Crcket club grounds at the corner of Woodburn and Madison Pike. |Sources=https://www.cincinnatimagazine.com/article/baseball-came-to-cincinnati-even-earlier-than-we-thought/ |Query=<br> |Reviewed=No |Submitted by=Bruce Allardice |Entered by=Bruce Allardice }}")
     10:07  Base Ball Club of Cincinnati diffhist +124 Bsallardice talk contribs

28 September 2022

N    17:50  In Poultney Circa 1823undefined‎‎ 2 changes history +408 [Bsallardice‎ (2×)]
     
17:50 (cur | prev) +1 Bsallardice talk contribs (Edited automatically from page In Poultney Circa 1823undefined.)
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17:50 (cur | prev) +407 Bsallardice talk contribs (Created page with "{{Predecessor Game |Name=in Poultney Circa 1823undefined |Coordinates=43.5170325, -73.2362261 |NY Rules=No - Predecessor |Type of Date=Circa |Date=1823/01/01 |Country=United States |State=VT |City=Poultney |Game=Ball |Description=Horace Greeley described playing ball in VT in the early 1820s. |Sources=Chronologies 1820s.20 |Has Source On Hand=No |Comment=<br> |Submitted by=Bruce Allardice |Reviewed=No }}")
N    11:51  Six Man Baseball diffhist +1,456 Bsallardice talk contribs (Created page with "{{Game |Term=Six Man Baseball |Game Family=Baseball |Game Regions=US |Game Eras=Post-1900 |Invented Game=No |Description=<p>Along those same lines comes a version of baseball that I've never seen before. It was featured in the December 1939 issue of Popular Mechanics</p> <p> and was invented by Stephen Epler to allow smaller groups of players to play games quicker. Epler had, five years previously, invented a game called "six-man football" so, naturally, he also ca...")
     11:50 Upload log Bsallardice talk contribs uploaded File:Tribaseball.png(Image of 6-man baseball)
     11:45  Irish Rounders diffhist +1,052 Bsallardice talk contribs
     11:01  Re-thinking Elysian Fields 2022 diffhist +1,313 Bsallardice talk contribs
     08:53  1811.3 diffhist +51 Bsallardice talk contribs

27 September 2022

N    10:26  In Chicago on 12 August 1858undefined‎‎ 2 changes history +419 [Bsallardice‎ (2×)]
     
10:26 (cur | prev) +1 Bsallardice talk contribs (Edited automatically from page In Chicago on 12 August 1858undefined.)
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10:26 (cur | prev) +418 Bsallardice talk contribs (Created page with "{{Predecessor Game |Name=in Chicago on 12 August 1858undefined |Coordinates=41.8781136, -87.6297982 |NY Rules=No - Predecessor |Type of Date=Day |Date=1858/08/12 |Country=United States |State=IL |City=Chicago |Game=Single-Wicket Cricket |Description=Report of a game on the 12th last. |Sources=New York Clipper, Aug, 28, 1858 |Has Source On Hand=No |Submitted by=Bruce Allardice |Reviewed=No |Players Locality=Local }}")

24 September 2022

N    08:31  Re-thinking Elysian Fields 2022 diffhist 0 Larry talk contribs (This protoball.org page was opened in September 2022 to update current evidence on the role of New Jersey's Elysian Field in the growth of base ball as a prominent American pastime. Participants will include mainly SABR members who are familiar with evidence on the facility, and others who want to know more.)