31 Vintage Baseball Photos

Ty Cobb’s fierce slide at the end of a steal of third base, 1909.
“Baseball is the only field of endeavor where a man can succeed three times out of ten and be considered a good performer.” – Ted Williams
Yankee Mickey Mantle flinging his batting helmet away in disgust during bad day at bat 1965
On September 30, 1927, Babe Ruth hits his 60th home run of the season to break his own major-league record.
Jackie Robinson on his way toward stealing home. Game 1 of ’55 Series.
Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig pose with a fan at Spring Training. 1934
Babe Ruth had 10 career steals of home. More than Rickey Henderson, Lou Brock, & Tim Raines had combined (9).
Joe DiMaggio and Lou Gehrig doing some spring training workout warm ups.
New York Yankees center fielder Mickey Mantle and San Francisco Giants center fielder Willie Mays chat before Game 1 of the 1962 World Series.
Stan Musial greeted by Jackie Robinson (42) during a game.
Lou Gehrig, Tris Speaker, Ty Cobb, and Babe Ruth, 1928
Lou Gehrig sliding into home plate in 1925
Roger Maris’ 61st Home Run. October 1st, 1961.
Roger Maris, Yogi Berra, and Mickey Mantle 1961
Boston Red Sox Jimmie Foxx and New York Yankees Joe DiMaggio on the dugout railing at Fenway Park. 1938
(l to r:) Boston Red Sox Jimmy Foxx points towards the outfield in front of unknown home plate umpire as New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio walks toward home plate at Fenway Park. 1937
Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers signs autographs for kids at Braves Field. 1949
Unknown Philadelphia Phillies batter connects against the Boston Bees at Braves Field. 1939
Boston Red Sox base runner “Pinky” Higgins crossing home plate against Boston Bees in annual City Series pre-season exhibition game at Braves Field. 1937
Boston Red Sox player/manager Joe Cronin crosses home plate in front of Washington Senators catcher Rick Ferrell at Fenway Park.1935
St. Louis Cardinals catcher and Dizzy Dean walking towards the first base dugout at Braves Field.
Johnny Evers – Chicago Cubs 1910.
“He (Shoeless Joe Jackson) was the finest natural hitter in the history of the game.” – Ty Cobb. Shown in 1913.
Ty Cobb slides into third base, August 16, 1924
Tigers great Ty Cobb “slides” into an opposing catcher. 1911.
Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1914.
In 1938 Cincinatti Reds pitcher Johnny Vander Meer became the only pitcher to ever throw back-to-back no-hitters.
Al Kaline of the Detroit Tigers,tosses bat after hitting home run at Tiger Stadium in 1955.
May 23, 1926 – Chicago Cubs Hack Wilson became the first player to hit a home run off the Wrigley Field scoreboard.
Kid Gleason and Eddie Collins 1922
John Martina, Washington Senators. 1924

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