These are great...though Batman likely would find other means to fight than guns (an oriental take would have been cool and would have provided another wild west meme). Would love to cosplay one of these, cool stuff! Justice League Western Re-Designed
I know of no other professional sport that brings people together quite like baseball. At the stadium, strangers become friends, the seats are filled with families, and, unlike, say, a football, basketball or hockey game, conversation is not only possible but encouraged. Visit each stadium, meet new people, love the game and cross it off the bucket list.
Topeka Kaws, Western League, 1913. A few players of note: Dale Gear, a key figure in Topeka's early baseball history; Josh Billings, a native of Jefferson County who was a back-up catcher in the majors for 11 seasons; "Pep" Hornsby, brother of Rogers Hornsby; and Polly McLarry, who gets a mention only because he reportedly carried a dead man's finger as his good luck charm. (Kansas Historical Society.)
Vintage Western League Wild West Tea Towel - Kitsch Football Soccer Cowboy Native American Old West Irish Linen Tea Towel - New Old Stock
Share certificate, 1956. Topeka Community Baseball, Inc. was chartered in January 1956 to establish a minor league team in Topeka after a one-year hiatus. Cost per share: $10. The team, the Topeka Hawks, competed in the Western League in 1956. (Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library-Topeka Room Collection.)
Baseball was a popular sport, and thus the Poncha Springs Orioles of about 1907. Standing, left to right, are unknown, Booth, catcher Bailey Forbes Hutchinson, Collins, John Clinite, L. Brown, and Elbert Brown. In the front are Bert Rogers, ace pitcher Harold Woods (who went on to star in the old Western League), and Jim Woods.
Dale Gear. Manager of the Topeka Kaws minor league team (1912-14, 1923). Long-time Topeka resident and businessman. President of three minor leagues (Western League, Western Association, Southwestern League).
Bud Fowler (center), the earliest known professional black baseball player pictured with one of his teams, the Keokuk, Iowa team of the Western League. Fowler (born John W. Jackson) is believed to have played from 1878 - 1895.
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Miikka Kiprusoff Stays In Calgary, and considers retirement after this season. PLAY ONE MORE SEASON SO THAT CALGARY CAN COME PLAY IN WINNIPEG BECAUSE THE JETS ARE GOING TO THE WESTERN LEAGUE NEXT SEASON!!!!!!