1967 St. Louis Cardinals, No. 32 Steve Carlton

Uniform & Team History Lefty Steve Carlton won 329 games and registered 4,136 strikeouts during his Hall of Fame career. The ’67 Cardinals defeated the “Impossible Dream” Red Sox in the World Series. Oldtime Game History The 2018 Oldtime Baseball Game was played as a fundraiser for the American Heart Association in memory of the […]

1964 Alaska Goldpanners

Uniform & Team History One of the better-known teams from the famed Alaska Summer League, the Goldpanners are based in Fairbanks. Among the future major-leaguers who played for the Goldpanners are Tom Seaver and Bill Lee. Uniform introduced to the Oldtime Baseball Game in 2005. Oldtime Game History Paul Covelle of Franklin Pierce University, who […]

1963 Los Angeles Dodgers, No. 32 Sandy Koufax

Uniform & Team History Sandy Koufax went 25–5 in 1963, with 306 strikeouts and an ERA of 1.88. He won both the Cy Young and MVP awards, and his 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers swept the New York Yankees in the World Series. Oldtime Game History The first three players who wore this uniform went on […]

1961 Hawaii Islanders

Uniform & Team History Professional baseball came to Hawaii in 1961 when the Sacramento Solons of the Pacific Coast League relocated to Honolulu. Carlos Bernier led the PCL in hitting in ’61 with a .351 average. Bernier, who played one season in the big leagues with Pittsburgh in 1953, is in the Pacific Coast League […]

1961 Middleboro Senators

1961 Middleboro Senators

Uniform & Team History The uniform is an actual hand-me-down from the 1960 Washington Senators of the American League and was worn by outfielder Dan Dobbek, whose name is stitched inside the shirt. Dobbek appeared in 110 games for the 1960 Senators during the parts of three seasons he played in the big leagues. When […]

1957 Milwaukee Braves, No. 21 Warren Spahn

Uniform & Team History The 1957 Braves, in their fifth season in Milwaukee after relocating from Boston, beat the New York Yankees in the World Series. Warren Spahn, arguably the greatest left-hander in history, went 21-11 with a 2.69 ERA for the ’57 Braves. Oldtime Game History Melrose native Andy Brickley, who starred in both […]

1954 Roswell Rockets, No. 43 Joe Bauman

Uniform & Team History The Rockets played in the Class C Longhorn League. Bauman won the Triple Crown in 1954 with an eye-popping 72 home runs, a .400 batting average and 224 runs driven in. His home run record stood as the most ever hit by a professional player until Barry Bonds swatted 73 in […]

1950 Havana Cubans

Uniform & Team History Champions of the Class B Florida International League with a 101-49 record, it’s been said that their biggest fan was a young Cuban baseball fan named Fidel Castro. Oldtime Game History Former Temple University baseball player Chris Collins, later a sportscaster with NECN and Comcast SportsNet New England, was wearing this […]