Difference between revisions of "Resolute Jr. Club of Brooklyn v Active Jr. Club of New York on 6 July 1861"

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|Name=Resolute Jr. Club of Brooklyn v Active Jr. Club of New York on 6 July 1861
 
|Name=Resolute Jr. Club of Brooklyn v Active Jr. Club of New York on 6 July 1861
|Date=1861-07-06
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|Coordinates=40.6781784, -73.9441579
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|Entry Origin=Games Tab 2
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|Entry Origin Url=http://protoball.org/Games_Tab:Greater_New_York_City,_1861_-_1862#date1861-7-6
 
|Type of Date=Day
 
|Type of Date=Day
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|Date=1861/07/06
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|Date Note=
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|Country=United States
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|State=NY
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|Borough=Brooklyn
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|City=Brooklyn
 
|Field=Resolute grounds
 
|Field=Resolute grounds
|City=Brooklyn
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|Modern Address=
|State=NY
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|Number of Players=
|Country=United States
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|NY Rules=
|Coordinates=40.6781784, -73.9441579
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|Game Number=
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|Innings=6
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|Innings Note=
 
|Home Team=Resolute Jr. Club of Brooklyn
 
|Home Team=Resolute Jr. Club of Brooklyn
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|Home Score=33
 
|Away Team=Active Jr. Club of New York
 
|Away Team=Active Jr. Club of New York
|Home Score=33
 
 
|Away Score=13
 
|Away Score=13
|Innings=6
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|Description=<p>(6 innings)</p>
|Description=<p>(6 innings)</p><p>(Wilkes’ Spirit of the Times: “The Actives have had the reputation of being the first of New York Juniors, while we believe the Resolutes claim the same as regards Brooklyn; but, as far as we can judge, there are a number of junior clubs belonging to the Convention which can excel the samples of either club on Saturday last.  The Actives were not at all active, nor were the Resolutes very determined; / We cannot refrain from noticing the utter apathy of the Actives after they found the game going against them—some smoking on the field and some sitting down.  Such things are not very creditable to the club. / After the game, all hands retired to the house of the Resolutes, where a bountiful collation was served, to which the clubs did credit; after which the Actives marched to the boat, escorted by their friends, the Resolutes.)</p>
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<p>(Wilkes&rsquo; Spirit of the Times: &ldquo;The Actives have had the reputation of being the first of New York Juniors, while we believe the Resolutes claim the same as regards Brooklyn; but, as far as we can judge, there are a number of junior clubs belonging to the Convention which can excel the samples of either club on Saturday last.&nbsp; The Actives were not at all active, nor were the Resolutes very determined; &hellip; / We cannot refrain from noticing the utter apathy of the Actives after they found the game going against them&mdash;some smoking on the field and some sitting down.&nbsp; Such things are not very creditable to the club. / After the game, all hands retired to the house of the Resolutes, where a bountiful collation was served, to which the clubs did credit; after which the Actives marched to the boat, escorted by their friends, the Resolutes.&rdquo;)</p>
|Sources=<p>(1) “Out-Door Sports: Base Ball: Active, of New York, vs. Resolute, of Brooklyn,<i>Wilkes’ Spirit of the Times,</i> vol.  4, no. 20  (20 Jul 1861), p. 307, col. 2</p>
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|Sources=<p>(1) &ldquo;Out-Door Sports: Base Ball: Active, of New York, vs. Resolute, of Brooklyn,&rdquo; <em>Wilkes&rsquo; Spirit of the Times,</em> vol.&nbsp; 4, no. 20&nbsp; (20 Jul 1861), p. 307, col. 2</p>
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|Has Source On Hand=No
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|Comment=
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|Query=
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Submitted by=Craig Waff
 
|Submitted by=Craig Waff
|Entry Origin=Games Tab 2
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|Submission Note=
|Entry Origin Url=http://protoball.org/Games_Tab:Greater_New_York_City,_1861_-_1862#date1861-7-6
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Date of Game Saturday, July 6, 1861
Location Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY, United States
Field  Add Field Page Resolute grounds
Home Team  Add Club Page Resolute Jr. Club of Brooklyn
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Score 33 - 13
Innings 6
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(Wilkes’ Spirit of the Times: “The Actives have had the reputation of being the first of New York Juniors, while we believe the Resolutes claim the same as regards Brooklyn; but, as far as we can judge, there are a number of junior clubs belonging to the Convention which can excel the samples of either club on Saturday last.  The Actives were not at all active, nor were the Resolutes very determined; … / We cannot refrain from noticing the utter apathy of the Actives after they found the game going against them—some smoking on the field and some sitting down.  Such things are not very creditable to the club. / After the game, all hands retired to the house of the Resolutes, where a bountiful collation was served, to which the clubs did credit; after which the Actives marched to the boat, escorted by their friends, the Resolutes.”)

Sources

(1) “Out-Door Sports: Base Ball: Active, of New York, vs. Resolute, of Brooklyn,” Wilkes’ Spirit of the Times, vol.  4, no. 20  (20 Jul 1861), p. 307, col. 2

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