Softball Diamond representing each position as a number. 1. Pitcher 2. Catcher 3. First Base 4. Second Base 5. Third Base 6. Short Stop 7. Left Field 8. Center Field 9. Right Field
Fragment from an altar frontal in coarse cream-colored linen embroidered in silk in red, light green, light blue, and white. In the center field, the Crucifixion: Christ on the cross with bowed head, with blood dripping from the hands and three red cuts across the body. A figure appears on each side, possibly St. John the Baptist on the right and Mary with a sword at her breast on the left; both figures wear long straight robes with simple geometric patterns. Christ's face appears to be…
WIN, CELEBRATE, REPEAT: Red Sox left fielder Chris Young and center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and right fielder Mookie Betts celebrate after defeating the Blue Jays 7-1 on 1st July in Toronto, Canada.
1869 Antioch College Club which was beaten by the Red Stockings 45-10 on October 24, 1869 in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Front row (L to R): Hod Frost, Right Field; Thad Carr, Catcher; Hugh Taylor Birch, Pitcher; Arthur Elliott Third Base; Dan Stone, Left Field. Back Row (L to R): Cliff Bellows, Second Base; Sam Beals, First Base; Matt Corry, Center Field; Edward Felthausen Short Stop
These three MLB teams could be the biggest playoff surprises of 2017 - June 16, 2017: Yankees: Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge (99) hits a home run to left-center field during the sixth inning against the Orioles at Yankee Stadium.
K. Miller, Second Base; H. Mitchell, Left Field; E. McIntosh, Manager; O. Mitchell, Catcher; G. Quillman, Pitcher; R. Roberts, Pitcher; L. Gibbs, Short Stop; R. Wilson, Left Field; D. Mitchell, Right Field; C. Henson, Center Field; B. Lampley, First Base; M. Kelley, Third Base; T. Turner, Catcher; J. Hay, Mascot
Dodgers 1977 Starting Lineup - April 6, 1977: The 1977 Dodgers starting lineup on opening day pose in their street clothes for Times photographer Mark Malone. From left: Reggie Smith (right field), Ron Cey (third base), pitcher Don Sutton, Davey Lopes (second base), Bill Russell (short stop), manager Tom Lasorda, catcher Steve Yeager, Rick Monday (center field), Steve Garvey (first base) and Dusty Baker (left field).
Baseball history photo: Photo taken on Opening Day of the Grand Pavilion of South End Grounds, Boston, May 25, 1888, by Augustine H. Folsom. The dimensions of the outfield were 250 feet from home base in left field, 445 feet in left center, 500 feet to straight away center field, 440 feet in right center and 255 feet in right field. This majestic park was a casualty of the Great Roxbury Fire on May 16, 1894. The fire started in the right field bleachers in the bottom of the third inning…