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  • |Name=in Honolulu in 1840undefined |Country=United States
    1 KB (197 words) - 14:32, 14 July 2019
  • |Country=United States ...eyenne Transporter</em> (of Darlington), June 15, July 15, 1885 reports on a July 4th game of base ball between the Fort Reno Post and Agency clubs, won
    653 B (98 words) - 15:57, 9 June 2019
  • ..."indoor baseball." There is a single&nbsp;base to run to, scoring by runs, a three-out-side-out rule, and no foul ground. Plugging is allowed.</p> ...nd England, <em>Schlagball</em> in Germany and Silesia and <em>Palant</em> in Poland.</p>
    2 KB (285 words) - 18:01, 20 February 2016
  • ...as played in the 1850s as having two bases about 25 paces apart, plugging, a fly rule, and as allowing multiple runners on the (non-batting) base.</p> ...<span style="text-decoration: underline;">Play and Recreation for the Open Country</span> (Ginn, 1914).</span></p>
    937 B (146 words) - 16:39, 28 November 2012
  • ...away. The ball-holder can then call “stop,” and the others must freeze in position while he attempts to plug one of them.</p>
    564 B (95 words) - 16:49, 28 November 2012
  • ...District - dating back centuries and, by the 1920s, the game of Palant had a popular following.”</p> ...t [Pilka Palantowa] as the Silesian game played in Jamestown VA in 1609 by a small group of Polish craftsmen.</p>
    2 KB (267 words) - 16:40, 28 November 2012
  • ... four &lsquo;tuts,&rsquo; or stopping-places. The first cited use appeared in 1796. Gomme (page 45) adds that if the batter-runner is hit before reaching
    862 B (142 words) - 23:15, 13 March 2017
  • ...rdquo; recalled as being played by school boys in 1891 in a grove of trees in Beech Grove, Kentucky.</p> ...y, though&nbsp;</span><span>only a very few of their city cousins know the first rudiments of it.&nbsp;</span></p>
    6 KB (1,122 words) - 03:10, 7 February 2016
  • ...nds) is mentioned in the ‘English Courtier and the Country Gentleman,’ in 1586.”</p> |Sources=<p><span>W. Carew Hazlitt, </span><em>Faiths and Folklore: A Dictionary of National Beliefs, Superstitions and Popular Customs</em><span
    553 B (81 words) - 16:41, 28 November 2012
  • ...n played by American colonists.” We have no other reference to this game in the US, and no indication of how it was played.</p> ...rces=<p><span>Josh Chetwynd, </span><em>Baseball in Europe: A Country by Country History</em><span> (McFarland, 2008). page 14.</span></p>
    661 B (105 words) - 16:42, 28 November 2012
  • |Title=A Sporting Time: New York City and the Rise of Modern Athletics, 1820-1870 |Author=Adelman, M. A.
    330 B (48 words) - 01:39, 29 July 2019
  • |Title=The First Baseball Game, the Newspaper References to Baseball, and the New York Club |Author=Adelman, M. A.
    361 B (53 words) - 01:39, 29 July 2019
  • |Title=Base Ball on the Western reserve: The Early Game in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio, Year by Year and Town by Town, 1865-1900 |Is in library=Yes
    535 B (77 words) - 01:42, 29 July 2019
  • |Title=Baseball in Cincinnati: A History |Is in library=Yes
    453 B (59 words) - 01:42, 29 July 2019
  • |Title=A Reconstruction of Philadelphia Town Ball |Is in library=Yes
    320 B (41 words) - 01:43, 29 July 2019
  • |Title=Diamonds in the North: A Concise History of Baseball in Canada |Is in library=Yes
    305 B (40 words) - 01:44, 29 July 2019
  • |Is in library=Yes |Is in main bibliography=Yes
    383 B (57 words) - 01:44, 29 July 2019
  • |Title=A Century of Philadelphia Cricket |Author=Lester, J. A.
    303 B (39 words) - 01:44, 29 July 2019
  • |Title=The Knickerbockers; San Francisco's First Baseball Team? |Author=Macfarlane, A.
    324 B (42 words) - 01:45, 29 July 2019
  • |Is in library=No |Is in main bibliography=No
    542 B (78 words) - 14:26, 28 July 2019

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