In Eric Rolfe Greenberg’s novel The Celebrant, Jackie Kapp mentions hanging out on the streets to track New York Giants games on boards designed to allow fans to follow the action. I wondered what this kind of board would look like. I had a picture formed in my head, but then I found this photo the other day that blows that picture out of the water. This is a photo of a “baseball game reproducer” board on the streets of Washington in October 1912, operating during the World Series between New York and Boston. I have to say, if I was living during that time period, with no radio and no TV, I could live with this option for tracking a game. It’s like an early twentieth-century version of MLB.com Gameday.