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{{Ballgame
|Name=Antelopes of Kansas City v Pomeroys of Atchison, KS on 12 August 1866
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|Name=Antelope Base Ball Club of Kansas City v Pomeroys Club of Atchison on 12 August 1866
|Date=8/12/1866
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|Coordinates=39.0997265, -94.5785667
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|Entry Origin=Sabrpedia
 
|Type of Date=Day
 
|Type of Date=Day
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|Date=1866/08/12
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|Country=United States
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|State=MO
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|City=Kansas City
 
|Field=diamond near 14th and Oak Streets, KC
 
|Field=diamond near 14th and Oak Streets, KC
|City=Kansas City
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|NY Rules=Likely
|State=MO
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|Home Team=Antelope Base Ball Club of Kansas City
|Country=United States
 
|Coordinates=39.0997265, -94.5785667
 
|Home Team=Antelopes of Kansas City
 
|Away Team=Pomeroys of Atchison, KS
 
 
|Home Score=48
 
|Home Score=48
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|Away Team=Pomeroys Club of Atchison
 
|Away Score=28
 
|Away Score=28
|NY Rules=Likely
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|Description=<p>According to the Kansas City Times (April 28, 1927), article titled "First Team a Knockout: Old Timers Recall Antelopes' Debut here in 1866," and online sources, the third game of a series between the Antelopes of KC and the Pomeroys of Atchison, was played in KC Aug. 12, 1866. Western legend Wild Bill Hickok was chosen an umpire, in the hope that his pistol prowess would keep the crowd controlled. The home team won 48 to 28. It should be noted that more modern research suggests that Hickok did not umpire this game.</p>
|Description=<p>According to the Kansas City Times (April 28, 1927), article titled "First Team a Knockout: Old Timers Recall Antelopes' Debut here in 1866," and online sources, the third game of a series between the Antelopes of KC and the Pomeroys of Atchison, was played in KC Aug. 12, 1866. Western legend Wild Bill Hickok was chosen an umpire, in the hope that his pistol prowess would keep the crowd controlled. The home team won 48 to 28. It should be noted that more modern research suggests that Hickok did not umpire this game.
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<p>Kansas City MO (1860 pop. about 4500; 1870 pop. about 32,250)is on the Kansas border and about 270 miles W of St. Louis.</p>
</p><p>Kansas City MO (1860 pop. about 4500; 1870 pop. about 32,250)is on the Kansas border and about 270 miles W of St. Louis.
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|Sources=<p>Kansas City Times, April 28, 1927, and various online sources.</p>
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|Has Source On Hand=No
|Sources=<p>Kansas City Times, April 28, 1927, and various online sources.
 
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|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Submitted by=Bruce Allardice
 
|Submitted by=Bruce Allardice
 
|Players Locality=Local
 
|Players Locality=Local
|Entry Origin=Sabrpedia
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|First in Location=Kansas City, MO
 
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Date of Game Sunday, August 12, 1866
Location Kansas City, MO, United States
Field diamond near 14th and Oak Streets, KC
Home Team Antelope Base Ball Club of Kansas City
Away Team Pomeroys Club of Atchison
Score 48 - 28
NY Rules Likely
Description

According to the Kansas City Times (April 28, 1927), article titled "First Team a Knockout: Old Timers Recall Antelopes' Debut here in 1866," and online sources, the third game of a series between the Antelopes of KC and the Pomeroys of Atchison, was played in KC Aug. 12, 1866. Western legend Wild Bill Hickok was chosen an umpire, in the hope that his pistol prowess would keep the crowd controlled. The home team won 48 to 28. It should be noted that more modern research suggests that Hickok did not umpire this game.

Kansas City MO (1860 pop. about 4500; 1870 pop. about 32,250)is on the Kansas border and about 270 miles W of St. Louis.

 

Sources

Kansas City Times, April 28, 1927, and various online sources.

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Found by Bruce Allardice
First in Location Kansas City, MO
Players Locality Local
Entry Origin Sabrpedia



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