Boston Americans and Pittsburgh Pirates, Huntington Avenue Grounds, 1903 World Series

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    File name: 06_06_000032

    Title: Boston Americans and Pittsburgh Pirates, Huntington Avenue Grounds, 1903 World Series

    Creator/Contributor: Chickering, Elmer (photographer)


    Date created: 1903

    Physical description: 1 photographic print : silver print

    Description: The Pirates: (Top, left to right)- second baseman Claude Ritchey, catcher Harry Smith, catcher Eddie Phelps, outfielder Ginger Beaumont, pitcher Deacon Phillippe, pitcher Sam Leever, pitcher Bucky Veil, pitcher Gus Thompson, outfielder Tommy Leach, outfielder Jimmy Sebring, pitcher Brickyard Kennedy, catcher Fred Carisch and shortstop Honus Wagner. Middle: Pirate manager and outfielder Fred Clarke. Boston players: third baseman-manager Jimmie Collins, outfielder Chick Stahl, pitcher Bill Dineen, outfielder Buck Freeman, pitcher Cy Young, first baseman Candy LaChance, outfielder Patsy Dougherty, pitcher George Winter, catcher Duke Farrell, outfielder Jack O'Brien, pitcher Long Tom Hughes. Bottom: shortstop Fred Parent, catcher Lou Criger, second baseman Hobe Ferris.

    Genre: Photographic prints; Group portraits; Portrait photographs

    Subjects: World series (Baseball); Baseball players; Boston Red Sox (Baseball team); Pittsburgh Pirates (Baseball team)

    Notes: Photo caption: Boston and Pittsburg [sic], Oct. 13th 1903; McGreevey no. 123

    Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department

    Rights: No known restrictions

    bells and thistles, Paul L Dineen, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Paul L Dineen 55 months ago | reply

      Bill Dineen:
      William Henry Dinneen, alternately spelled Dineen ...
      In addition to the no-hitter he pitched, Dinneen also called balls and strikes for five other no-hitters (a sixth was broken up in extra innings). He remains the only individual in major league history to both pitch a no-hitter and call one as plate umpire.

      He also made the "fair" call on Ruth's 60th in 1927.

      Found in a search. (?)

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