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(April 3, 2018) Baseballs: The Heart of the Matter (March 5, 2018) Trending: Celebrating the World Series with Song (October 25, 2017) The Umpire Strikes Out: Baseball Music and Labor (July 31, 2017) Sports Broadcasting Legend Bob Wolff (1920–2017) Remembered (July 25, 2017) Play Ball!

(Branch Rickey Papers) (April 3, 2017) Forgive Us, Yogi, If We Laugh Through Our Tears (September 23, 2015) A Whole New Ballgame (May 6, 2015) Batter Up!

August 6, 1890 Cy Young pitched his first professional game, leading the Cleveland Spiders past the Chicago Colts. July 7, 1906 Leroy Robert "Satchel" Paige, perhaps baseball's greatest pitcher ever, was born on July 7, ca. April 15, 1947 Jackie Robinson put on his first Brooklyn Dodgers uniform (number 42) and broke the Major League Baseball "color line." October 1, 1961 Roger Maris hits his 61st home run, breaking Babe Ruth's all-time home run record.

Although baseball has stayed true to many of its customs, it has also broken with tradition through the invention, competition, and financial interests that still make it the most played sport in the country.

A search on the keyword retrieves approximately fifteen records.

Among them, the digitized Vincent Simonelli Collection (see finding aid), includes letters (example one; example two) from the Vietnam War veteran about following the National and American Baseball Leagues.

Baseball in the Moving Image and Recorded Sound Collections (March 28, 2019) Talking Baseball and America with the Spirit of Studs Terkel (June 27, 2018) Film of the Washington Senators Winning the 1924 World Series Found! (May 22, 2014) Inside, Inside Baseball: A Look at the Construction of the Dataset Featuring the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture and the Library of Congress Digital Collections (July 12, 2018) Baseball in Different Times and Places: A Trip around the Bases with Selected Primary Sources (June 4, 2019) Mathematics and Primary Sources: The Many Faces of Baseball (October 11, 2018) Women in Baseball: A Junior Fellow Meets the Bloomer Girls (August 14, 2018) Baseball, Bombs, and Wartime Decision-Making (March 1, 2018) Baseball, Music, and Suffrage?

Exploring the Music of the "National Pastime" (March 21, 2017) ] Exhibitions The Library's Exhibitions pages feature digitized versions of present and past physical exhibits held at the Library since the early 1990s. Below is a list of exhibits which include baseball-related materials, including, when possible, the individual pages on which the materials appear.

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