Difference between revisions of "Metropolitan Club of New York v Hamilton Club of Brooklyn on 21 November 1857"

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|Name=Metropolitan Club of New York v Hamilton Club of Brooklyn on 21 November 1857
 
|Name=Metropolitan Club of New York v Hamilton Club of Brooklyn on 21 November 1857
|Date=1857-11-21
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|Coordinates=40.7127753, -74.0059728
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|Entry Origin=Games Tab
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|Entry Origin Url=http://protoball.org/Games_Tab:Greater_New_York_City#date1857-11-21
 
|Type of Date=Day
 
|Type of Date=Day
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|Date=1857/11/21
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|Country=United States
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|State=NY
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|Borough=Manhattan
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|City=New York
 
|Field=Metropolitan grounds at Hamilton Square
 
|Field=Metropolitan grounds at Hamilton Square
|City=Newark
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|Innings=4
|State=NJ
 
|Country=United States
 
|Coordinates=40.735657, -74.1723667
 
 
|Home Team=Metropolitan Club of New York
 
|Home Team=Metropolitan Club of New York
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|Home Score=25
 
|Away Team=Hamilton Club of Brooklyn
 
|Away Team=Hamilton Club of Brooklyn
|Home Score=25
 
 
|Away Score=11
 
|Away Score=11
|Innings=4
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|Description=<p>(play-over of 13 Nov tie game - 4 innings &ndash; DRAWN GAME)</p>
|Description=<p>(play-over of 13 Nov tie game - 4 innings DRAWN GAME)</p><p>(PSOT: “Some of the members of each Club, supposing there would be no game, because of the extreme coldness of the weather, absented themselves; but seven members of each club reporting for duty, they went to work, but darkness finally put a stop to the game at the end of the fourth inning. Therefore, under the rules of the Base Ball Convention, it was not considered a game, and they concluded to lay over all further proceedings until next Spring. They adjourned to Bill Swartz’s hotel, near the ground, and had a good time generally, thawing out.)</p>
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<p>(PSOT: &ldquo;Some of the members of each Club, supposing there would be no game, because of the extreme coldness of the weather, absented themselves; but seven members of each club reporting for duty, they went to work, but darkness finally put a stop to the game at the end of the fourth inning. Therefore, under the rules of the Base Ball Convention, it was not considered a game, and they concluded to lay over all further proceedings until next Spring. They adjourned to Bill Swartz&rsquo;s hotel, near the ground, and had a good time generally, thawing out.&rdquo;)</p>
|Sources=<p>(1) Young America, “Out-Door Sports: Base Ball: Hamilton vs. Metropolitan,PSOT, vol. 3, no. 14 (5 Dec 1857), p. 212, col. 2</p>
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|Sources=<p>(1) Young America, &ldquo;Out-Door Sports: Base Ball: Hamilton vs. Metropolitan,&rdquo; PSOT, vol. 3, no. 14 (5 Dec 1857), p. 212, col. 2</p>
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|Has Source On Hand=No
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Submitted by=Craig Waff
 
|Submitted by=Craig Waff
|Entry Origin=Games Tab
 
|Entry Origin Url=http://protoball.org/Games_Tab:Greater_New_York_City#date1857-11-21
 
|Borough=Essex County
 
 
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Date of Game Saturday, November 21, 1857
Location New York, Manhattan, NY, United States
Field Metropolitan grounds at Hamilton Square
Home Team Metropolitan Club of New York
Away Team Hamilton Club of Brooklyn
Score 25 - 11
Innings 4
Description

(play-over of 13 Nov tie game - 4 innings – DRAWN GAME)

(PSOT: “Some of the members of each Club, supposing there would be no game, because of the extreme coldness of the weather, absented themselves; but seven members of each club reporting for duty, they went to work, but darkness finally put a stop to the game at the end of the fourth inning. Therefore, under the rules of the Base Ball Convention, it was not considered a game, and they concluded to lay over all further proceedings until next Spring. They adjourned to Bill Swartz’s hotel, near the ground, and had a good time generally, thawing out.”)

Sources

(1) Young America, “Out-Door Sports: Base Ball: Hamilton vs. Metropolitan,” PSOT, vol. 3, no. 14 (5 Dec 1857), p. 212, col. 2

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