Senator John Heinz History Center
Records include scorecards, yearbooks, programs, ticket stubs, schedules and picture cards documenting players, coaches and games played by the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team. Significant items include programs from World Series, League Championship Series and All-Star games held in Pittsburgh
Western Reserve Historical Society
Financial records of the company and the Indian's farm clubs
Connecticut Historical Society
Multi-page document, printed in red and blue, containing information about the ball club, advertisements, and a score card for the Hartford, Connecticut, based Chiefs. The cover bears the autographs of twelve players. The Chiefs played in Bulkeley Stadium. The players who signed the program were Harry Petty, Steve Carter, Rex Case, Everett Robinson, John Stats, Don Morris, Bob Alman, John McKenna, Harry MacPherson, Art Olsen, Bob Verrier and Glen Schaeffer
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
This collection consists of two photographs of the Indianapolis Clowns baseball team members. One is a team photo without identification in the form of a real photo postcard. The other photograph shows three identified Clowns players standing by the team bus
National Baseball Hall of Fame
The itinerary of the Chicago Cubs for Opening Day, 2000, in Tokyo, Japan. They played the Tokyo Giants, the Seibu Lions, and then opened the Major League season against the New York Mets on Wednesday, Mar. 29, 2000
National Baseball Hall of Fame
A collection of Minor League programs, guides and record books divided into four series. Series I contains team specific materials for the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. The series includes 94 magazine boxes, nine banker boxes and is organized by state and sub-divided by city. Series II contains league directories. Series III are the All-Star programs divided by AAA, AA, and individual leagues. Series IV contains oversized material. A finding aid is available for a complete listing
Chicago History Museum
Score cards, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1958
Chicago History Museum
Chicago History Museum