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== 1856 ==
 
== 1856 ==
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! Outcome   
 
! Outcome   
 
! Sources
 
! Sources
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|  <p>12 Sep, 1856</p> <p>(Fri)</p>  
 
|  <p>12 Sep, 1856</p> <p>(Fri)</p>  
 
|  <p>London, C.W., Canada</p>  
 
|  <p>London, C.W., Canada</p>  
|  <p>London Club 34</p> <p>Delaware Club 33</p>  
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|  <p>London Club 34</p> <p>Delaware Club 33</p> <p>(2 innings)</p> <p>(<i>New York Clipper:</i> “Within the past few months several Base Ball Clubs have been organized in this vicinity, and the first match game was played between the London and Delaware clubs, of this space, …”)</p>  
|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>NYC,</i> vol. 4, no. 23 (27 Sep 1856), p. 183, col. [xx]</p>  
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|  <p>(1) W.P.B., “Ball Play: Base Ball in Canada,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. 4, no. 23 (27 Sep 1856), p. 183, col. [letter from London dated 15 Sep 1856]</p>  
 
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! Outcome   
 
! Outcome   
 
! Sources
 
! Sources
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|- id="date1860-7-25"
 
|  <p>25 Jul, 1860</p> <p>(Wed)</p>  
 
|  <p>25 Jul, 1860</p> <p>(Wed)</p>  
 
|  <p>Woodstock, Canada</p>  
 
|  <p>Woodstock, Canada</p>  
 
|  <p>Young Canadian 100</p> <p>Rough and Ready 58</p>  
 
|  <p>Young Canadian 100</p> <p>Rough and Ready 58</p>  
|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>NYC,</i> [?] July 1860</p>  
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> [?] July 1860</p>  
|-
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|- id="date1860-10-2"
 
|  <p>2 Oct, 1860</p> <p>(Tue)</p>  
 
|  <p>2 Oct, 1860</p> <p>(Tue)</p>  
 
|  <p>Prescott, [Ontario, Canada?]</p>  
 
|  <p>Prescott, [Ontario, Canada?]</p>  
 
|  <p>Greenville (Prescott, C.W.) 101</p> <p>Union (Spencerville, C.W.) 21</p>  
 
|  <p>Greenville (Prescott, C.W.) 101</p> <p>Union (Spencerville, C.W.) 21</p>  
|  <p>(1) “Greenville vs. Union,” <i>NYC,</i> [?] Oct 1860</p>  
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|  <p>(1) “Greenville vs. Union,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> [?] Oct 1860</p>
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== 1861 ==
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{| class=nice
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! Date of Game 
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! City/Town  Playing Field 
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! Outcome 
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! Sources
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|- id="date1861-6-3"
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|  <p>3 Jun, 1861</p>
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|  <p>Woodstock, C.W.</p>
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|  <p>Young Canadian (Woodstock) 10</p> <p>Picked Nine (from Woodstock) 7</p> <p>(<i>New York Clipper:</i> “This is the first match that has ever been played there on the New York system.”)</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball at Woodstock, C.W.,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. [xx] (xx Jun 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>
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|- id="date1861-7-20"
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|  <p>20 Jul, 1861</p> <p>(Sat)</p>
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|  <p>Prescott, C.W.</p>
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|  <p>Waugh’s side 27</p> <p>Langhorn’s side 11</p> <p>(Greenville Base Ball Club intra-club game)</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>
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|- id="date1861-7-30"
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|  <p>30 Jul, 1861</p> <p>(Tue)</p>
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|  <p>Hamilton, C.W.</p> <p>Burlington grounds</p>
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|  <p>Maple Leaf  (Hamilton) 33</p> <p>Burlington (Hamilton) 27</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>
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|- id="date1861-8-6"
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|  <p>6 Aug, 1861</p> <p>(Tue)</p>
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|  <p>Port Hope, C.W.</p> <p>Mechanics grounds</p>
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|  <p>Mechanics (Port Hope) 66</p> <p>Live Oak (Bowmanville) 38</p> <p>(New York Clipper: “The playing of the Mechanics club was fine, and Gilchrist as catcher played beautifully.  He allowed no balls to pass him, and his batting was very powerful.  He made four home runs in succession.  …  The Live Oak club is composed of young men residing in Bowmanville.  They do not practice as much as they should, and are not composed of as hardy men as the Mechanics, but, with practice will make a good club.”)</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>
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|- id="date1861-9-3"
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|  <p>3 Sep, 1861</p> <p>(Tue(</p>
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|  <p>Hamilton, C.W.</p>
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|  <p>Young Canadian (Woodstock) 24</p> <p>Maple Leaf (Hamilton) 22</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Sep 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>
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== 1862 ==
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{| class=nice
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! Date of Game 
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! City/Town  Playing Field 
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! Outcome 
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! Sources
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|- id="date1862-4-28"
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|  <p>28 Apr, 1862</p> <p>(Mon)</p>
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|  <p>Woodstock, C.W.</p>
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|  <p>McWhinnie’s side 12</p> <p>Wilson’s Side 11</p> <p>(7 innings)</p> <p>(Young Canadian Base Ball Club intra-club game)</p> <p>(<i>New York Clipper:</i> “The Young Canadian base ball club, held their third annual meeting on Tuesday, April 22d, at the El Dorado Hotel, when the following persons were elected as officers for the ensuing year: President, C. L. Wood; Vice President, C. Clyde; Secretary and Treasurer, R. Douglass; Directors, D. McKay, D. Clyde, and Jas. Shuttleworth.  The club has adopted the ‘catch on the fly’ in their practice games.  The young Canadians began play for the season on Monday, April 28th, and turned out strong; the first nine all being present.”)</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball at Woodstock, C.W.,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] May 1862), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>
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|- id="date1862-8-5"
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|  <p>5 Aug, 1862</p> <p>(Mon)</p>
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|  <p>Hamilton, C.W.</p>
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|  <p>Maple Leaf (Hamilton) 57</p> <p>Barton 28</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1862), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>
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|- id="date1862-8-7"
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|  <p>7 Aug, 1862</p> <p>(Tue?)</p>
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|  <p>Woodstock, C.W.</p> <p> </p>
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|  <p>Young Canadian 41</p> <p>Maple Leaf 14</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1862), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>
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|- id="date1862-9-5"
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|  <p>5 Sep, 1862</p> <p>(Fri)</p>
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|  <p>Hamilton, C.W.</p>
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|  <p>Barton 36</p> <p>West Flamboro’ 17</p>
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|  <p>(1) “Base Ball at Hamilton, C.W.,” <i>New York Clipper,</i> vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Sep 1862), p. [xx], col. [xx]</p>  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:45, 28 April 2016

The Craig B. Waff Games Tabulation
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12 Entries, using 12 sources     Pdf Version

Craig Waff's Games Tabulations made foundational contributions to our effort to document games and clubs before baseball became a professional sport. Craig's work is memorialized in this section of the site and lives on as a substantial mass of entries in Pre-pro Baseball. For more information about Pre-pro Baseball, see our About Pre-pro page.

1856

Date of Game City/Town Playing Field Outcome Sources

12 Sep, 1856

(Fri)

London, C.W., Canada

London Club 34

Delaware Club 33

(2 innings)

(New York Clipper: “Within the past few months several Base Ball Clubs have been organized in this vicinity, and the first match game was played between the London and Delaware clubs, of this space, …”)

(1) W.P.B., “Ball Play: Base Ball in Canada,” New York Clipper, vol. 4, no. 23 (27 Sep 1856), p. 183, col. 2  [letter from London dated 15 Sep 1856]

1860

Date of Game City/Town Playing Field Outcome Sources

25 Jul, 1860

(Wed)

Woodstock, Canada

Young Canadian 100

Rough and Ready 58

(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” New York Clipper, [?] July 1860

2 Oct, 1860

(Tue)

Prescott, [Ontario, Canada?]

Greenville (Prescott, C.W.) 101

Union (Spencerville, C.W.) 21

(1) “Greenville vs. Union,” New York Clipper, [?] Oct 1860

1861

Date of Game City/Town Playing Field Outcome Sources

3 Jun, 1861

Woodstock, C.W.

Young Canadian (Woodstock) 10

Picked Nine (from Woodstock) 7

(New York Clipper: “This is the first match that has ever been played there on the New York system.”)

(1) “Base Ball at Woodstock, C.W.,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. [xx] (xx Jun 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]

20 Jul, 1861

(Sat)

Prescott, C.W.

Waugh’s side 27

Langhorn’s side 11

(Greenville Base Ball Club intra-club game)

(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]

30 Jul, 1861

(Tue)

Hamilton, C.W.

Burlington grounds

Maple Leaf  (Hamilton) 33

Burlington (Hamilton) 27

(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]

6 Aug, 1861

(Tue)

Port Hope, C.W.

Mechanics grounds

Mechanics (Port Hope) 66

Live Oak (Bowmanville) 38

(New York Clipper: “The playing of the Mechanics club was fine, and Gilchrist as catcher played beautifully.  He allowed no balls to pass him, and his batting was very powerful.  He made four home runs in succession.  …  The Live Oak club is composed of young men residing in Bowmanville.  They do not practice as much as they should, and are not composed of as hardy men as the Mechanics, but, with practice will make a good club.”)

(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]

3 Sep, 1861

(Tue(

Hamilton, C.W.

Young Canadian (Woodstock) 24

Maple Leaf (Hamilton) 22

(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Sep 1861), p. [xx], col. [xx]

1862

Date of Game City/Town Playing Field Outcome Sources

28 Apr, 1862

(Mon)

Woodstock, C.W.

McWhinnie’s side 12

Wilson’s Side 11

(7 innings)

(Young Canadian Base Ball Club intra-club game)

(New York Clipper: “The Young Canadian base ball club, held their third annual meeting on Tuesday, April 22d, at the El Dorado Hotel, when the following persons were elected as officers for the ensuing year: President, C. L. Wood; Vice President, C. Clyde; Secretary and Treasurer, R. Douglass; Directors, D. McKay, D. Clyde, and Jas. Shuttleworth.  The club has adopted the ‘catch on the fly’ in their practice games.  The young Canadians began play for the season on Monday, April 28th, and turned out strong; the first nine all being present.”)

(1) “Base Ball at Woodstock, C.W.,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] May 1862), p. [xx], col. [xx]

5 Aug, 1862

(Mon)

Hamilton, C.W.

Maple Leaf (Hamilton) 57

Barton 28

(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1862), p. [xx], col. [xx]

7 Aug, 1862

(Tue?)

Woodstock, C.W.

 

Young Canadian 41

Maple Leaf 14

(1) “Base Ball in Canada,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Aug 1862), p. [xx], col. [xx]

5 Sep, 1862

(Fri)

Hamilton, C.W.

Barton 36

West Flamboro’ 17

(1) “Base Ball at Hamilton, C.W.,” New York Clipper, vol. [xx], no. xx ([xx] Sep 1862), p. [xx], col. [xx]