Tag: Frank Ceresi

Jul 13

The Nationals Great Western Tour Begins

On July 13, 1867 the Washington Nationals baseball team that was made up by mostly government workers and were led by second baseman George Wright, played their first game of the their western tour. The Nationals could not have asked for a better start to their great tour as they beat up the Capital Club …

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Jul 11

The National Pastime Museum, A Trip To Yesterday

Baseball’s distant and diverse past is a key part of the game’s appeal for many of us. Now there’s a way to further celebrate it at the click of an electronic key or two — and at no charge. Simply go to TheNationalPastimeMuseum.com, and savor historical articles and artifacts dating from Civil War days until …

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Feb 17

A Collector’s Big Score: The World of Sports Memorabilia

(Photo: FC Associates)

As someone who enjoys collecting sports memorabilia I am personally looking forward in attending this event.. Personally I think this evening will be very educational. I’m really interested in hearing what Frank Ceresi and Hank Thomas have to say about the world of sport memorabilia. I was told by Frank Ceresi told me that,folks are …

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D.C. Baseball History Outlet for Books and Videos

This area is for the D.C. Baseball History lover. You will find links to some of the best books and videos of D.C. Baseball History. Click on the title of the books for information. Books A Whole New Ballgame: The 1969 Washington Senators by Stephen J. Walker Baseball At RFK Stadium by James R. Hartley …

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