Vintage Baseball

March 22, 2014 2014 Vintage Baseball Conference pickup game held in Huntington, IN

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Base ball players pitchin’ it old school

Photos by Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette
Scott “Midnight” Gagnon pitches the ball. Members of the VBBA teams play the game according to rules established in the 19th century, and players wear replica uniforms. Most games were played without gloves.
Gary “Dodger” Rowe, left, and his son Austin “Canon” Rowe watch Saturday during the kickoff game for the Vintage Base Ball Association Conference in Huntington.