The Cultural Encyclopedia of Baseball

Editor/Author Light, Jonathon Fraser
Publication Year: 2005
Publisher: McFarland

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7864-2087-2
Category: Arts & Leisure - Sports
Image Count: 127
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

This book covers all of what might be called the cultural aspects of baseball (as opposed to the number-rich statistical information so widely available elsewhere).

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Table of Contents

  • Dedication
  • Photo Credits
  • Preface
  • About the Encyclopedia
  • The Encyclopedia
  • Henry Aaron (1934-)
  • Advertising
  • Africa
  • Agents
  • Airline Travel
  • Alaskan Leagues
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Alcoholism (and Alcohol-related incidents)
  • Grover Cleveland Alexander (1887-1950)
  • Alibi
  • All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) (1943-1954)
  • Mel Allen (1913-1996)
  • All-Nations Team (1912-1918)
  • All Positions Played
  • All-Star Games
  • Walter Alston (1911-1984)
  • Altitude
  • Altoona Pride
  • Amateur Baseball
  • Ambidextrous
  • American Association (1882-1891)
  • American Association (Minor League) (1902-1997)
  • American Baseball Congress (1935-)
  • American Baseball Guild (1946)
  • American League (1901-)
  • American League Presidents
  • American Legion Baseball (1925-)
  • Amputees
  • Anaheim Angels
  • Animals
  • Cap Anson (1852-1922)
  • Antarctica
  • Antitrust
  • Luis Aparicio (1934-)
  • Appeals
  • Luke Appling (1909-1991)
  • Arbitration (1970-)
  • Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Arizona Fall League (1992-)
  • Art
  • Artificial Turf
  • Aruba
  • Richie Ashburn (1927-1997)
  • Assists
  • Association of Professional Ball Players of America (1924-)
  • Asterisks *
  • Astrodome (1966-1999)
  • At-Bats
  • Atlanta Braves
  • Attendance
  • Attorneys
  • Australia
  • Autographs
  • Automobiles
  • Earl Averill (1902-1983)
  • Awards
  • Babe Ruth League (1952-)
  • Bad Ball Hitters
  • Bad Hops
  • Frank “Home Run” Baker (1886-1963)
  • Baker Bowl (1887-1938)
  • Balks
  • Ballparks
  • Balls
  • Baltimore
  • Baltimore Lord Baltimores/Marylands
  • Baltimore Marylands
  • Baltimore Monumentals
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Baltimore Terrapins
  • Dave Bancroft (1891-1972)
  • Ernie Banks (1931-)
  • Red Barber (1908-1992)
  • Al Barlick (1915-1995)
  • Ernest S. Barnard(1874-1931)
  • Barnstorming
  • Barred from Baseball
  • Ed Barrow (1868-1953)
  • Base Ball Reporters Association of America (1887-1890)
  • Base on Balls
  • Base Running
  • Baseball
  • Baseball Assistance
  • Baseball Cards
  • The Baseball Encyclopedia (1969-)
  • Baseball Guides (1860-)
  • The Baseball League
  • Baseball Writers Association of America (“BBWAA”) (1908-)
  • Bases
  • Bases Loaded
  • Basketball
  • Bat Racks
  • Bat Speed
  • Batboys
  • Bats
  • Batter's Box
  • Batting Averages
  • Batting Champions
  • Batting Circles
  • Batting Coaches
  • Batting Gloves
  • Batting Grips
  • Batting Helmets
  • Batting Order
  • Batting Practice
  • Batting Stance
  • Batting Tees
  • Beanballs
  • Jake Beckley (1867-1918)
  • Bed Checks
  • Belgium.
  • James “Cool Papa” Bell (1903-1991)
  • Johnny Bench (1947-)
  • Bench Jockeys
  • Chief Bender (1884-1954)
  • Benefit Games
  • Yogi Berra (1925-)
  • Birds
  • Birth Defects
  • Black “Firsts”
  • Black Sox Scandal (1919-1920)
  • Blacklists
  • Blackout
  • Bloomer Girls
  • Bomb Threat
  • Bonus Babies
  • Bonus Clauses and Incentives
  • Books
  • Boos
  • Boston
  • Boston Braves/Red Stockings
  • Boston Red Sox
  • Boston Red Stockings
  • Boston Reds
  • Boston Reds
  • Boston Reds
  • Jim Bottomley (1900-1950)
  • Lou Boudreau (1917-)
  • Bowling
  • Box Scores
  • Box Seats
  • Boxing
  • Boys Baseball League
  • Roger Bresnahan (1879-1944)
  • George Brett (1953-)
  • Broadcasters
  • Lou Brock (1939-)
  • Brooklyn
  • Brooklyn Atlantics
  • Brooklyn Dodgers
  • Brooklyn Dodgers
  • Brooklyn Eckfords
  • Brooklyn Excelsiors
  • Brooklyn Gladiators
  • Brooklyn Tiptops
  • Brooklyn Wonders
  • Brotherhood of Professional Base Ball Players (1885-1890)
  • Brothers
  • Dan Brouthers (1858-1932)
  • Mordecai “Three Finger” Brown (1876-1948)
  • Brushback Pitches
  • Buffalo Bisons
  • Buffalo Bisons
  • Buffalo BufFeds/Blues
  • Morgan G. Bulkeley (1837-1922)
  • Bullpens
  • Jim Bunning (1931-)
  • Bunts
  • Burials and Cemeteries
  • Jesse Burkett (1868-1953)
  • Buses
  • The Business of Baseball
  • California
  • “Called Shot” (1932)
  • Roy Campanella (1921-1993)
  • Canada
  • Candlestick Park (1960-1999)
  • Candy
  • Caps
  • Harry Caray (1923-1998)
  • Career Year
  • Rod Carew (1945-)
  • Max Carey (1890-1976)
  • Caribbean Series
  • Steve Carlton (1944-)
  • Gary Carter (1954-)
  • Alexander Joy Cartwright Jr. (1820-1892)
  • “Casey at the Bat” (1888)
  • Catchers
  • Catcher's Equipment
  • Celebration
  • Celestial Bodies
  • Center Fielders
  • Orlando Cepeda (1937-)
  • Henry Chadwick (1824-1908)
  • Chalmers Award (1911-1914)
  • Championship Series
  • Frank Chance (1877-1924)
  • Chances
  • A.B. “Happy” Chandler (1907-1991)
  • Ray Chapman (1891-1920)
  • Charity
  • Oscar Charleston (1896-1954)
  • Chatter
  • Jack Chesbro (1874-1931)
  • “Chew”
  • Chicago
  • Chicago Browns/Unions
  • Chicago Cubs/White Stockings
  • Chicago Pirates
  • Chicago Whales/ChiFeds
  • Chicago White Sox
  • Chicago White Stockings
  • Nester Chylak (1922-1982)
  • Cincinnati
  • Cincinnati Kellys
  • Cincinnati Outlaw Reds
  • Cincinnati Red Stockings (1869-1870)
  • Cincinnati Red Stockings
  • Cincinnati Red Stockings
  • Cincinnati Reds
  • Civil War (1861-1865)
  • Fred Clarke (1872-1960)
  • John Clarkson (1861-1909)
  • Roberto Clemente (1934-1972)
  • Cleveland
  • Cleveland Blues
  • Cleveland Blues
  • Cleveland Forest Citys
  • Cleveland Indians
  • Cleveland Infants
  • Cleveland Spiders
  • Clichés
  • Clocks
  • Clowns/Clown Princes of Baseball
  • Clubhouses and Clubhouse Men
  • Clubs
  • Coaches
  • Coaching Boxes
  • Ty Cobb (1886-1961)
  • Mickey Cochrane (1903-1962)
  • Collective Bargaining Agreements (1967)
  • College Baseball
  • College of Coaches (1961-1965)
  • College World Series (1947-)
  • Eddie Collins (1887-1951)
  • Jimmy Collins (1870-1943)
  • Collusion
  • Colombia
  • Colorado Rockies
  • Colors
  • Colt League
  • Columbian League (1912)
  • Columbus Buckeyes
  • Earle Combs (1899-1976)
  • Comebacks and Comeback Player of the Year
  • Comic Strips and Cartoons
  • Charles Comiskey (1859-1931)
  • Comiskey Park (1910-1990)
  • Commissioners
  • Fay Vincent (1938-)
  • Complete Games
  • Concessions and Concessionaires
  • Conditioning
  • Confidence
  • John “Jocko” Conlan (1899-1989)
  • Tom Connolly (1870-1961)
  • Roger Connor (1857-1931)
  • Consecutive Games Played
  • Continental League (1920)
  • Continental League (1960)
  • Contraction
  • Contracts
  • Control Pitchers
  • Cooperstown
  • Stan Coveleski (1889-1984)
  • Sam Crawford (1880-1968)
  • Cricket
  • Joe Cronin (1906-1984)
  • Crosley Field (1912-1970)
  • Cross- Ownership
  • Crotch
  • Cuba
  • Candy Cummings (1848-1924)
  • Curaçao
  • Curfews
  • Curtain Calls
  • Curveballs
  • Cut- Off Plays
  • Kiki Cuyler (1899-1950)
  • Cy Young Award (1956-)
  • Cycle
  • Ray Dandridge (1913-1994)
  • Darkness
  • Dauvray Cup (1887-1889)
  • George Davis (1870-1940)
  • Leon Day (1916-1995)
  • “Days”
  • Deaf Ballplayers
  • Dizzy Dean (1911-1974)
  • Deaths
  • Defamation
  • Defensive Gems
  • Ed Delahanty (1867-1903)
  • Dentists
  • The Depression (1930s)
  • Designated Hitter (1973-)
  • Detectives
  • Detroit
  • Detroit Tigers
  • Detroit Wolverines
  • Bill Dickey (1907-1993)
  • Martin DiHigo (1905-1971)
  • Joe DiMaggio (1914-1999)
  • Disabled List
  • Divisional Play and Play- Offs
  • Dixie Series
  • Larry Doby (1923-2003)
  • Doctors
  • Bobby Doerr (1918-)
  • Dominican Republic
  • Donut
  • Double Plays
  • Abner Doubleday (1819-1893)
  • Doubleheaders
  • Doubles
  • Draft
  • Dress Code and Clothing
  • Don Drysdale (1936-1993)
  • Hugh Duffy (1866-1954)
  • Dugouts
  • Dumbest Players
  • Leo Durocher (1905-1991)
  • Dynasties
  • Earned Run Averages (ERAs)
  • Earthquakes
  • Ebbets Field (1913-1957)
  • Eccentrics
  • Dennis Eckersley (1954-)
  • General William D. “Spike” Eckert (1909-1971)
  • Eephus Pitch
  • Ejections
  • Elias Sports Bureau (1913-)
  • Elizabeth Resolutes
  • Encyclopedias
  • Endorsements
  • Errors
  • Billy Evans (1884-1956)
  • Johnny Evers (1883-1947)
  • Buck Ewing (1859-1906)
  • Executives
  • Exhibition Games
  • Expansion
  • Expansion Drafts
  • Extra Base Hits
  • Extra Innings
  • Eyesight
  • Red Faber (1888-1976)
  • Facial Hair
  • Fair Territory
  • Fans
  • Fantasy Camps
  • Fantasy League Baseball
  • Farm System
  • Fastballs
  • Fastest Games
  • Fastest Pitchers
  • Fastest Runners
  • Fat and Weight
  • Father of Baseball
  • Fathers and Sons
  • Federal League (1914-1915)
  • Donald Fehr (1948-)
  • Bob Feller (1918-)
  • Felons (and Arrests, Misdemeanors and Miscellaneous Other Non-Felony Acts)
  • Fences
  • Fenway Park (1912-)
  • Rick Ferrell (1905-1995)
  • Feuds
  • Fielder's Choice
  • Fielding and Fielding Averages
  • Fields and Field Dimensions
  • Rollie Fingers (1946-)
  • Fire
  • Firecrackers
  • Fireman of the Year
  • First Base
  • First Basemen
  • First Game of Career
  • Carlton Fisk (1947-)
  • Elmer Flick (1876-1971)
  • Florida Marlins
  • Forbes Field (1909-1970)
  • Whitey Ford (1926-)
  • Foreign Baseball
  • Foreign-Born Major League Players
  • Forfeits
  • Ft. Wayne Kekiongas
  • Rube Foster (1879-1930)
  • Bill Foster (1904-1978)
  • Foul Language
  • Foul Lines
  • Foul Poles
  • Four Hundred (.400) Hitters
  • Ted Williams
  • Four Thousand Hits
  • Nellie Fox (1947-1975)
  • Jimmie Foxx (1907-1967)
  • France
  • Franchise Shifts
  • Fraternization
  • Freak Accidents
  • Free Agents
  • Ford Frick (1895-1978)
  • Frick Award (1978-)
  • Frankie Frisch (1898-1973)
  • Fungoes
  • Pud Galvin (1856-1902)
  • Gambling and Fixed Games
  • Game Starting Time
  • Game Winning RBIs (1980-1988)
  • Games Played
  • Gas House Gang
  • Gate Receipts
  • Lou Gehrig (1903-1941)
  • Lou Gehrig Memorial Award (1955-)
  • Charlie Gehringer (1903-1993)
  • A. Bartlett Giamatti (1938-1989)
  • Bob Gibson (1935-)
  • Josh Gibson (1911-1947)
  • Warren Crandall Giles (1896-1979)
  • Glasses
  • Global Baseball League (1969)
  • Glove Oil
  • Gloves
  • Gold Glove Award (1957-)
  • Lefty Gomez (1908-1989)
  • Goose Goslin (1900-1971)
  • Gossip
  • Curt Gowdy (1919-)
  • Grand Slams
  • Grass
  • Greatest Feats
  • Greatest Games
  • Greatest Players
  • Hank Greenberg (1911-1986)
  • Zane Grey (1875-1939)
  • Clark Griffith (1869-1955)
  • Burleigh Grimes (1893-1985)
  • Ground Balls
  • Ground Rule Doubles
  • Groundskeepers
  • Lefty Grove (1900-1975)
  • Gum
  • Chick Hafey (1903-1973)
  • Jesse Haines (1893-1978)
  • Hall of Fame (1939-)
  • Halls of Fame and Museums Other Than at Cooperstown
  • Billy Hamilton (1866-1940)
  • Ned Hanlon (1857-1937)
  • Will Harridge (1883-1971)
  • Bucky Harris (1896-1977)
  • Hartford Dark Blues
  • Hartford Dark Blues
  • Gabby Hartnett (1900-1972)
  • Ernie Harwell (1918-)
  • Hawaii
  • Height
  • Heilbroner Baseball Bureau (1905-)
  • Harry Heilmann (1894-1951)
  • Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961)
  • Billy Herman (1909-1992)
  • Heroes
  • John A. Heydler (1869-1956)
  • Hickok Belt Award (1950-1976)
  • Hidden Ball Trick
  • High School Players
  • Hippodroming
  • Historians
  • Hit and Run
  • Hit by Pitch
  • “Hitless Wonders”
  • Hits
  • Hitters Who Pitched
  • Hitting
  • Hitting Streaks
  • Hoax
  • Hockey
  • Russ Hodges (1910-1971)
  • Home Plate Collisions
  • Home Run Trots
  • Home Runs
  • Home Teams
  • Homestead Grays
  • Homosexuals
  • Harry Hooper (1887-1974)
  • Rogers Hornsby (1896-1963)
  • Horse Racing
  • Hot Dogs
  • Hotel Rooms
  • House of David
  • Houston Astros
  • Howe News Bureau (1910-)
  • Waite Hoyt (1899-1984)
  • Cal Hubbard (1900-1977)
  • Carl Hubbell (1903-1988)
  • Miller Huggins (1879-1929)
  • William Ambrose Hulbert (1832-1882)
  • Humor
  • Jim “Catfish” Hunter (1946-1999)
  • Ice Baseball
  • Idols
  • Illegal Pitches/Substances
  • Indianapolis
  • Indianapolis Hoosiers
  • Indianapolis Hoosiers
  • Indianapolis Hoosiers
  • Indoor Ballparks
  • Infield Fly Rule
  • Infielders
  • Infields and Dirt
  • Injuries and Illness
  • Innings
  • Insects
  • Inside Baseball
  • Inside-the-Park Home Runs
  • Instant Replay
  • Instructional Camps
  • Integration
  • Intentional Walks
  • Interference
  • Interleague Play (1997-)
  • International Baseball
  • International League (1877-1880, 1884-)
  • International Tours
  • Internet
  • Inventions
  • Iowa
  • Irish Players
  • Monte Irvin (1919-)
  • Italy
  • Reggie Jackson (1946-)
  • Travis Jackson (1903-1987)
  • Jamaica
  • Japan
  • Ferguson Jenkins (1943-)
  • Hughie Jennings (1869-1928)
  • Jewelry
  • Jewish Players
  • Jockstraps
  • “Ban” Johnson (1864-1931)
  • Judy Johnson (1900-1989)
  • Walter Johnson (1887-1946)
  • Addie Joss (1880-1911)
  • Jubilee Year
  • Judges
  • Jumping the Club
  • Junior World Series (1904-1962)
  • Al Kaline (1934-)
  • Kangaroo Court
  • Kansas City
  • Kansas City Athletics
  • Kansas City Cowboys
  • Kansas City Cowboys
  • Kansas City Cowboys
  • Kansas City Monarchs
  • Kansas City Packers
  • Kansas City Royals
  • Tim Keefe (1857-1933)
  • Willie Keeler (1872-1923)
  • George Kell (1922-)
  • Joe Kelley (1871-1943)
  • George Kelly (1895-1984)
  • Mike “King” Kelly (1857-1894)
  • Keokuk Westerns
  • Khoury Association of Baseball Leagues
  • Kidnapping
  • Harmon Killebrew (1936-)
  • Ralph Kiner (1922-)
  • Chuck Klein (1904-1958)
  • Bill Klem (1874-1951)
  • Knothole Gang
  • Knuckleball
  • Korean War (1950-1953)
  • Sandy Koufax (1935-)
  • Ladies Day
  • Nap Lajoie (1874-1959)
  • Kenesaw Mountain Landis (1866-1944)
  • Ring Lardner (1885-1933)
  • Tommy Lasorda (1927-)
  • Last At-Bat and Last Game of Career
  • Last Game of the Season
  • Last Place Finishes
  • Last Season
  • Latin Baseball and Latin Major League Players/Managers
  • Lawsuits
  • Tony Lazzeri (1903-1946)
  • Lead- Off Hitters
  • League Alliance (1877-1883)
  • League Championship Series
  • League Protective Players Association (1900-1903)
  • Leagues
  • Left Fielders
  • Left-Handers
  • Left on Base
  • Legends
  • Bob Lemon (1920-2000)
  • Length of Games
  • Buck Leonard (1907-1997)
  • Libraries
  • Fred Lindstrom (1905-1981)
  • Line-Up Cards/Line-Ups
  • Little League Baseball (1939-)
  • “Pop” Lloyd (1884-1965)
  • Lockers
  • Logos/Licensing
  • Ernie Lombardi (1908-1977)
  • Longest Careers
  • Longest Games
  • Al Lopez (1908-)
  • Los Angeles
  • Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Losers to Winners
  • Losing Streaks
  • Losing Teams
  • Louisville Colonels
  • Louisville Eclipse/Colonels
  • Louisville Grays
  • Louisville Slugger
  • Luck
  • Thomas J. Lynch (1859-1924)
  • Ted Lyons (1900-1986)
  • Joe McCarthy (1887-1978)
  • Tommy McCarthy (1863-1922)
  • Willie McCovey (1938-)
  • Joe McGinnity (1871-1929)
  • Bill McGowan (1896-1954)
  • John McGraw (1873-1934)
  • Connie Mack (1862-1956)
  • Bill McKechnie (1886-1965)
  • Larry MacPhail (1890-1975)
  • Magazines
  • Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA)
  • Major League Baseball Productions
  • Major League Executive Council (1946-)
  • Major Leagues
  • Manager of the Year
  • Managers
  • Mickey Mantle (1931-1995)
  • Heinie Manush (1901-1971)
  • Rabbit Maranville (1891-1954)
  • Juan Marichal (1937-)
  • Rube Marquard (1886-1980)
  • Marriage
  • Mascots
  • Massachusetts Game
  • Eddie Mathews (1931-2001)
  • Christy Mathewson (1880-1925)
  • Carl Mays Incident (1919-1920)
  • Willie Mays (1931-)
  • Bill Mazeroski (1936-)
  • Meal Money
  • Medical Treatment
  • Joe “Ducky” Medwick (1911-1975)
  • Memorabilia
  • Men's Senior Baseball League (1986-)
  • Merchandising
  • Mexico
  • Middletown Mansfields
  • Midgets
  • Midwest Baseball Association
  • Military Baseball
  • Millennium Plan
  • Marvin Miller (1917-)
  • Abraham G. Mills (1844-1929)
  • Milwaukee
  • Milwaukee Braves
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Milwaukee Cream Citys
  • Milwaukee Unions/Cream Citys
  • Minnesota
  • Minnesota Twins
  • Minor Leagues (1877-)
  • Johnny Mize (1913-1993)
  • Paul Molitor (1956-)
  • Montreal Expos
  • Joe Morgan (1943-)
  • Most Influential Baseball Men
  • Most Memorable Moments
  • Most Valuable Player Award
  • Movies
  • Murder (and attempted murder)
  • Murderer's Row
  • Eddie Murray (1956-)
  • Stan Musial (1920-)
  • Musicians
  • Names
  • National Agreement (1883-)
  • National Amateur All-Star Baseball Tournament (“NAABT”) (1993-)
  • National Amateur Baseball Federation (1914-)
  • National Anthem
  • National Association of Base Ball Players (“NABBP”) (1858-1870)
  • National Association of Professional Base Ball Players (“National Association”) (1871-1875)
  • National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues (1901-)
  • National Baseball Congress (1936-)
  • National Baseball Players Association (1922-1923)
  • National Brotherhood of Professional Base Ball Players (1885-1891)
  • National Commission (1903-1920)
  • National League (1876-)
  • National League Presidents (1876-1999)
  • National Pastime
  • National Senior Baseball
  • The National Sports Daily (1990-1991)
  • Native Americans
  • Negro Baseball Awards
  • Negro Leagues
  • Netherlands
  • New Haven Elm Citys
  • New Orleans
  • New York
  • New York Game
  • New York Giants
  • New York Giants
  • New York Gothams
  • New York Knickerbockers
  • New York Metropolitans
  • New York Mets
  • New York Mutuals
  • New York Mutuals
  • New York Yankees
  • Newark Bears
  • Newark Peppers
  • Hal Newhouser (1921-1998)
  • Newspapers
  • Nicaragua
  • Kid Nichols (1869-1953)
  • Nicknames
  • Phil Niekro (1939-)
  • American League
  • National League
  • No-Hitters
  • North American Baseball League
  • Northern League (1993-)
  • Northwestern League
  • Oakland
  • Oakland Athletics
  • Official Game
  • Official Scorer
  • Old Age and Oldest Living Former Player
  • Oldest Active Players
  • Oldest Statistical Leaders
  • Oldtimers Games
  • Olympic Games
  • On-Base Percentage
  • On-Deck Circle
  • One-Game Career
  • One-Hitters
  • One-Run Games
  • One-Year Wonders
  • Opening Day
  • Options and Option Year
  • Organized Baseball
  • Organs/Organists
  • Origins of Baseball
  • Jim O'Rourke (1850-1919)
  • Mel Ott (1909-1958)
  • Outfielders
  • Outs
  • Owners
  • Pacific Coast League (1903-)
  • Satchel Paige (1906-1982)
  • Paint
  • Jim Palmer (1945-)
  • Passed Balls
  • Pennant Races
  • Herb Pennock (1894-1948)
  • Pension System
  • Pepper Games
  • Tony Perez (1942-)
  • Perfect Games
  • The Perfect Player
  • The Perfect Team.
  • Gaylord Perry (1938-)
  • Scott Perry Incident (1918)
  • Personality
  • Philadelphia Athletics
  • Philadelphia Athletics
  • Philadelphia Athletics
  • Philadelphia Athletics
  • Philadelphia Centennials
  • Philadelphia Keystones
  • Philadelphia Phillies
  • Philadelphia Quakers
  • Philadelphia Whites (White Stockings)
  • Photography
  • Physics
  • Pick-Off Throws
  • Pinch Hitters
  • Pinch Runners
  • Pine Tar
  • Pitch Count/The Count
  • Pitchers
  • Pitches
  • Pitching Coaches
  • Pitching Distances
  • Pitching Grips
  • Pitching Machines
  • Pitching Mound Conferences
  • Pitching Mounds
  • Pitching Rotations
  • Pitching Rubbers
  • Pitching Rules
  • Pitching Speeds
  • Pitchouts
  • Pittsburgh
  • Pittsburgh Alleghenys
  • Pittsburgh Alleghenys
  • Pittsburgh Burghers
  • Pittsburgh Crawfords
  • Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Pittsburgh Rebels
  • Pittsburgh Stogies
  • Eddie Plank (1875-1926)
  • Plate Appearances
  • Platooning
  • Players Fraternity (1912-1915)
  • Players League (1890)
  • Players Who Switched Positions
  • Poetry
  • Politics
  • Polo Grounds (1891-1963)
  • PONY League Baseball (1950-)
  • Popularity
  • Postage Stamps and Post Offices
  • Postponed Games
  • Practical Jokes and Pranks
  • Presidents
  • Press Box
  • Pressure
  • Professionals
  • Profits, Losses and Expenses
  • Promotions
  • Protective Association of Professional Baseball Players (1900-1903)
  • Protests
  • Providence Grays
  • Psychological Problems
  • Psychology
  • Public Address Announcers
  • Public Relations
  • Kirby Puckett (1961-)
  • Puerto Rico
  • Pull Hitters
  • Henry Clay “Harry” Pulliam (1869-1909)
  • Quick Pitch
  • Quotes
  • Racism.
  • Old Hoss Radbourn (1854-1897)
  • Radio
  • Railroads
  • Rain Checks
  • Rain Delays
  • Rainouts
  • Reach Baseball Guide (1883-1941)
  • Reaching Base
  • Re-Creations
  • Pee Wee Reese(1918-1999)
  • Reflexes
  • Release
  • Relief Pitchers
  • Reserve Clause (1879-partial death in 1975)
  • Retired Uniform Numbers
  • Retirement
  • Sam Rice (1890-1974)
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