The Padres, Monarchs, Seals, and Black Sox.

 

The 1952 San Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast League.

 

The Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues. (Satchel Paige far right & Buck O’Neil 4th from the right)

 

 

The San Francisco Seals of the Pacific Coast League having some off the field fun. I could be wrong, but I believe that is Lefty O’Doul behind the piano and in the top right on the clarinet is Dom Dimaggio?

 

The 8 members of The 1919 Chicago “Black Sox” scandal.

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~ by duaneharris19 on August 11, 2010.

4 Responses to “The Padres, Monarchs, Seals, and Black Sox.”

  1. What happened to the menu for clicking on a month? Are you posting fewer updates?

    • James, I made a few changes to the layout of the site. Did you like the month view? Let me know. – Duane

      • Yes, I definitrly thought the month view was better, but I suppose that required more work on your part… Seems like there is a little less content monthly…. Twitter and Instagram are the culprits.

      • Hey James,

        When I do my next update in the next day or 2, I will play with the month view. I may change it back if you dig it, I havent received any feedback other than yours so I will take that into consideration.

        Thanks for heads up!

        ps. Twitter and Instagram are always culprits of time, but have nothing to do with the less frequency of updates. It actually has more to do with my professional life being more busy, but I am going to start picking it up again soon!

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