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 100 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 lefthander in history, was the winning pitcher in Game 1. Oldtime Game History Melrose native Andy Brickley, who starred in both baseball and hockey […]

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 average and 228 runs driven in. His home run record stood as the most ever hit by a professional player until Barry Bonds swatted 73 in 2001. […]

1950 Havana Cubans

Uniform & Team History Champions of the Class B Florida International League. It’s been said that their biggest fan was a fellow 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 uniform in 2002 when he faced his […]

1948 Cleveland Indians, No. 19 Bob Feller

cleveland indians vintage uniform

Uniform & Team History A team that truly broke the hearts of Boston baseball fans. After beating the Red Sox in a one-game playoff, the 1948 Cleveland Indians went on to defeat the Boston Braves in the World Series. Oldtime Game History Longtime Oldtime Baseball Game coach Brian Carey has made this uniform his own, […]

1948 Birmingham Black Barons, No. 8 Willie Mays

Uniform & Team History With a 15-year-old Willie Mays playing in the outfield, the ’48 Black Barons defeated the Kansas City Monarchs for the Negro American League pennant. Oldtime Game History Introduced to the Oldtime Baseball Game in 2009, it was first worn by Brian Casey of Tufts University. Also worn by: Will Alden, Bentley […]

1945 Cleveland Buckeyes

Uniform & Team History Led by player-manager Quincy Trouppe, the 1945 Buckeyes defeated the Homestead Grays in the Negro League World Series. Trouppe was 39 years old when he made his major-league debut with the Cleveland Indians in 1952, making him one of the oldest “rookies” in baseball history. Oldtime Game History Introduced to the […]

1944 Seventh Army Air Force, No. 5 Joe DiMaggio

Uniform & Team History The Yankee Clipper played for this team at Hickam Army Air Force Base during World War II. Oldtime Game History Malden native Kevin McGlinchy, who pitched in the big leagues for the Atlanta Braves in 1999 and 2000, wore this uniform when he came out of retirement in 2012 to pitch […]