Mercantile Club of Philadelphia v Continental Club of Philadelphia on 8 November 1860

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Date of Game Thursday, November 8, 1860
Location Philadelphia, PA, United States
Field Girard College
Home Team Mercantile Club of Philadelphia
Away Team Continental Club of Philadelphia
Score 41 - 12

(New York Clipper: “the Continentals were badly beaten, and by a club who never before played a match game  Every man in each club were uniformed, a circumstance I have not noticed before. … The ground upon which the game was played is the poorest in the city.  In the rear of the play ground is an embankment, over which the ball rolled several dozen times, causing much delay.  Eight innings only were played, on account of the near approach of darkness.”)


(1) “Base Ball Match,” Philadelphia Inquirer, 8 Nov 1860, p. 1, col. [xx]

(2) “Field Sports: Base Ball,” Philadelphia Inquirer, 10 Nov 1860, p. 1, col. [xx]

(3) From Our Regular Correspondent, “Base Ball Matches, Trotting and Running at Point Breeze,” New York Clipper, [?] Nov 1860


NY Clipper says this game was played in the rear of Girard College.

Philadelphia Inquirer says at Ridge and Columbia (modern Cecil B. Moore) Avenues, on the Continental Club grounds.

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