Spalding’s Baseball Guide and Official League Book for 1895

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SPALDING’S

SPECIAL ATHLETIC LIBRARY
BASE BALL
GUIDE

1895]

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The name stands for the Highest Grade in Athletic Goods throughout the
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[Illustration: Albert G. Spalding.]

BASE BALL GUIDE
AND
OFFICIAL LEAGUE BOOK FOR 1895.

* * * * *

A Complete Hand Book Of The National Game

Of Base Ball,

Containing The

Full Official League Records

For 1894,

Together With

The New Code Of Playing Rules As Revised By The

Committee Of Rules.

Attached To Which Are Explanatory Notes, Giving A

Correct Interpretation Of The New Rules.

* * * * *

A Prominent Feature Of The

Guide For 1895

Is The New Championship Record; Added To Which Are

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