One man vs. the national game

Here’s a clip I found that is simultaneously amusing and disturbing.  I suppose it goes to show the power and influence of the game of baseball, even in its earliest years.  The story originally printed in the New York Times on 23 September 1891.

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For a larger version of the article, see the file in the New York Times archives here.


One Comment on “One man vs. the national game”

  1. steve says:

    the guy apparently had money. i wish he would have built a protective fence and a sky box addition to his home. he coulda watched the game down below and not been disturbed.


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