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From the sandlot to Sportsman's Park, St. Louis has a long baseball history. Discover more at mohistory.org/collections

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This historic photograph was taken by Ralph D'Oench and is part of the Ralph D'Oench Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis. Busch Stadium, Stadium Tour, Yankee Stadium, St Louis Baseball, Baseball Park, Baseball Field, Cardinals Baseball, St Louis Cardinals, Baseball Classic

Left field at Sportsman's Park during 1964 World Series. 14 October 1964.

This historic photograph was taken by Ralph D'Oench and is part of the Ralph D'Oench Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph was taken by Dorrill Studio and is part of the Irv Schankman/Allied Photocolor Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis. Cardinals Players, Cardinals Baseball, St Louis Cardinals, Derek Jeter, Oakland Athletics, Kansas City Royals, Chicago White Sox, Reflexology, Atlanta Braves

Portrait of St. Louis Cardinals player Stan Musial in the dugout at Sportsman's Park, 3623 Dodier Street.

This historic photograph was taken by Dorrill Studio and is part of the Irv Schankman/Allied Photocolor Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph is part of the St. Louis Public Schools Photograph Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis. Cardinals Game, Cardinals Baseball, Busch Stadium, The Sandlot, Baseball Games, The St, Historical Society, Public School, St Louis

Two Mullanphy Middle School students at a Cardinals game.

This historic photograph is part of the St. Louis Public Schools Photograph Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph showing the St. Louis Cardinals' baseball stadium and the Gateway Arch was taken by Ted McCrea on September 21, 1967. It's part of the Ted McCrea Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis. St Louis Baseball, St Louis Cardinals Baseball, Baseball Park, Stl Cardinals, Baseball Photos, Busch Stadium, Gateway Arch, St Louis Mo, Missouri

Busch Stadium and the Gateway Arch, 21 September 1967.

This historic photograph showing the St. Louis Cardinals' baseball stadium and the Gateway Arch was taken by Ted McCrea on September 21, 1967. It's part of the Ted McCrea Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph was taken by the Star Photo Company and is part of the Groups Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis. National Baseball League, Negro League Baseball, San Francisco Baseball, Backyard Baseball, Baseball Sunglasses, St Louis Baseball, Baseball Classic, Baseball Training, Cardinals Baseball

St. Louis Giants National Negro League (team seated).

This historic photograph was taken by the Star Photo Company and is part of the Groups Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph was taken by William H. and is part of the William Trefts Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Baseball Batter, The Sandlot, Baseball Pictures, Stl Cardinals, Youth Culture, Historical Society, New York Yankees, St Louis, Missouri

St. Louis sandlot baseball. The slide.

This historic photograph was taken by William H. Trefts, Jr. and is part of the William Trefts Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

 Louis Cardinal Ray Blades Crossing home plate on Charlie Gelbert's single, inning, game four of 1930 World Series. Photograph by unknown, Missouri History Museum Photograph and Prints Collections. Cardinals Players, Cardinals Baseball, St Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Athletics, St Louis Baseball, See Games, Mlb Teams, American League, Best Player

St. Louis Cardinal Ray Blades Crossing home plate on Charlie Gelbert's single, 5th inning, game four of 1930 World Series.

St. Louis Cardinals player Ray Blades crossing home plate on Charlie Gelbert's single in the fifth inning of game four of the 1930 World Series against the Philadelphia Athletics.

Satchel Paige in his rocking chair, ca. Louis Browns pitcher Leroy "Satchel" Paige relaxing in his bullpen rocking chair during a game. Photograph, ca. Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints. Baseball Games, Baseball Players, Baseball Uniforms, Negro League Baseball, Baseball Classic, Baseball Pictures, Cardinals Baseball, Chicago White Sox, African American History

Leroy "Satchel" Paige, St. Louis Browns pitcher, reading a newspaper in his bullpen rocking chair during a baseball game.

Satchel Paige played for both Negro League teams and Major League Baseball teams. This historic photograph was taken ca. 1952 and is part of the Sports Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph shows the St. Louis Brown Stockings baseball team in including Chris Von der Ahe and Charles Comiskey. It was created by the J. Strauss Studio and is part of the Sports Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Cardinals Players, Cardinals Baseball, St Louis Cardinals, What Is Baseball, Better Baseball, Baseball Pennants, Hometown Heroes, American League, Baltimore Orioles

1885 St. Louis Brown Stockings with Sportsman's Park in background. Chris Von der Ahe and Charles Comiskey featured.

This historic photograph shows the St. Louis Brown Stockings baseball team in 1885, including Chris Von der Ahe and Charles Comiskey. It was created by the J. C. Strauss Studio and is part of the Sports Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph shows baseball players Pepper Martin and Dizzy Dean of the St. Louis Cardinals, ca. It's part of the Sports Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. St Louis Baseball, St Louis Cardinals Baseball, Stl Cardinals, Baseball Uniforms, Baseball Players, Baseball Cards, Mlb Uniforms, Baseball Pics, Baseball Mom

Pepper Martin (Johnny Leonard Roosevelt Martin) and Dizzy Dean (Jay Hanna Dean) of the St. Louis Cardinals.

This historic photograph shows baseball players Pepper Martin and Dizzy Dean of the St. Louis Cardinals, ca. 1934. It's part of the Sports Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph is part of the Sports Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. The Sandlot, The St, Historical Society, St Louis, Missouri, Captain Hat, Photograph, Baseball, Black And White

Jim Delsing of the St. Louis Browns in a batting stance.

This historic photograph is part of the Sports Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph is from the Famous-Barr Photograph Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Cardinals Players, The Sandlot, Historical Society, Department Store, St Louis, Missouri, Photograph, Baseball, History

Photograph of Bob Gibson signing autographs at Famous-Barr, 1968.

This historic photograph is from the Famous-Barr Photograph Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

This historic photograph is from the Famous-Barr Photograph Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. The Sandlot, The St, Historical Society, Cardinals, St Louis, Missouri, Ronald Mcdonald, Homeschool, Photograph

Famous Bear and Fred Bird from the St. Louis Cardinals at a Famous-Barr breakfast event, 1989.

This historic photograph is from the Famous-Barr Photograph Collection at the Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis.

 Louis Cardinals 1926 Pennant Winners the first World Series championship team St Louis Baseball, St Louis Cardinals Baseball, Stl Cardinals, Saint Louis Cardinals, Cardinals Players, Great Team, Historical Society, Missouri, Baseball Cards

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Spectators in stands at Sportsmans Park watch the action at home plate. St Louis Baseball, Baseball Park, Cardinals Baseball, St Louis Cardinals, St Louis Mo, History Museum, Historical Society, Missouri, Parks

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