Difference between revisions of "Henson Club of Jamaica v Hunter Club of Flushing on 25 December 1858"

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{{Ballgame
|Name=Henson Baseball Club of Jamaica v Hunter Baseball Club of Flushing on 25 December 1858
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|Name=Henson Club of Jamaica v Hunter Club of Flushing on 25 December 1858
|Coordinates=40.702677, -73.78896889999999
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|Coordinates=40.702677, -73.7889689
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|Entry Origin=
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|Entry Origin Url=
 
|Type of Date=Day
 
|Type of Date=Day
 
|Date=1858/12/25
 
|Date=1858/12/25
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|Date Note=
 
|Country=United States
 
|Country=United States
 
|State=NY
 
|State=NY
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|Borough=Queens
 
|City=Jamaica
 
|City=Jamaica
 
|Field=Flushing
 
|Field=Flushing
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|Modern Address=
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|Number of Players=
 
|NY Rules=Unknown
 
|NY Rules=Unknown
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|Game Number=
 
|Innings=9
 
|Innings=9
|Home Team=Henson Baseball Club of Jamaica
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|Innings Note=
|Away Team=Hunter Baseball Club of Flushing
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|Home Team=Henson Club of Jamaica
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|Home Score=
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|Away Team=Hunter Club of Flushing
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|Away Score=
 
|Description=<p>"Base Ball Match. - The darkies in this village and Flushing determined not to be outdone by their white brethren, have recently organized a Club under the name of the "Henson Base Ball Club" of Jamaica, and the "Hunter Base Ball Club" of Flushing.&nbsp; The first match between these two Clubs was played on Saturday last at Flushing and resulted in the defeat of the Henson Club by 15 runs.&nbsp; The return match will be played in this village on Saturday next, January 1st."</p>
 
|Description=<p>"Base Ball Match. - The darkies in this village and Flushing determined not to be outdone by their white brethren, have recently organized a Club under the name of the "Henson Base Ball Club" of Jamaica, and the "Hunter Base Ball Club" of Flushing.&nbsp; The first match between these two Clubs was played on Saturday last at Flushing and resulted in the defeat of the Henson Club by 15 runs.&nbsp; The return match will be played in this village on Saturday next, January 1st."</p>
 
|Sources=<p>Jamaica Long Island Farmer, December 28, 1858.</p>
 
|Sources=<p>Jamaica Long Island Farmer, December 28, 1858.</p>
|Comment=<p>Provided by Todd Peterson.&nbsp; Potentially the first all-black baseball game in the state of New York.</p>
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<p><span>Brunson, "Black Baseball" p. 161</span></p>
 
|Source Image=581228jamaicalongislandfarmerNY-1.JPG
 
|Source Image=581228jamaicalongislandfarmerNY-1.JPG
 
|Has Source On Hand=No
 
|Has Source On Hand=No
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|Comment=<p>Provided by Todd Peterson.&nbsp; Potentially the first all-black baseball game in the state of New York.</p>
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|Query=
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Submitted by=Todd Peterson
 
|Submitted by=Todd Peterson
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|Submission Note=
 
|Entered by=Bill Johnson
 
|Entered by=Bill Johnson
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|First in Location=
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|First in Location Note=
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|Players Locality=
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|class=championship=
 
}}
 
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Date of Game Saturday, December 25, 1858
Location Jamaica, Queens, NY, United States
Field  Add Field Page Flushing
Home Team Henson Club of Jamaica
Away Team Hunter Club of Flushing
NY Rules Unknown
Description

"Base Ball Match. - The darkies in this village and Flushing determined not to be outdone by their white brethren, have recently organized a Club under the name of the "Henson Base Ball Club" of Jamaica, and the "Hunter Base Ball Club" of Flushing.  The first match between these two Clubs was played on Saturday last at Flushing and resulted in the defeat of the Henson Club by 15 runs.  The return match will be played in this village on Saturday next, January 1st."

Sources

Jamaica Long Island Farmer, December 28, 1858.

Brunson, "Black Baseball" p. 161

Source Image
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Comment

Provided by Todd Peterson.  Potentially the first all-black baseball game in the state of New York.

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Found by Todd Peterson
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