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August 24, 2015

You Never Know What You’ll Find at Pittsburgh’s Hidden Treasures

You never know what you'll find at Pittsburgh's Hidden Treasures! We put together a few lists and appraisals of some of the most interesting items from past events.

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August 5, 2015

From Stands to Stadium: Josh Gibson

A plaque in the National Baseball Hall of Fame credits Negro League slugger Josh Gibson with “almost 800 home runs,” earning him his popular nickname the “Black Babe Ruth.” Considered the greatest slugger in Negro League history, perhaps it is more fulfilling to call Babe Ruth the “White Josh Gibson.”

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June 8, 2015

Vintage Base Ball at Meadowcroft

Many Vintage Base Ball clubs play according the rules of 1860, adopted by the National Association of Base-Ball Players in New York on March 14, 1860. This was a time before the common use of gloves, when players were referred to as “ballists” and a batter was a “striker.”

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