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Cleveland Blues Vintage Baseball
League Park - 9/11/2010

"Well struck, Sir"

"Two hands down"

"Striker to the Line"

Phrases such as these could be heard at historic League Park at East 66th and Lexington in Cleveland on Saturday, September 11th as the Cleveland Blues Base Ball Club played the Crossing Rails of Alliance.

The teams play by 1860 baseball rules such as:

The Cleveland Blues Base Ball Club is a Vintage Base Ball Club patterned after the Cleveland Blues Base Ball Club of the National League.

Vintage Base Ball is a league that plays ball according to rules of the game in the 1860's. Teams play in uniforms and use equipment from the time period. Check out the Vintage Baseball Association homepage for more details.

Watch as Arbiter (umpire) Andy "Iron Horse" Dobrovic explains some of the differences in the Vintage and Modern game of baseball.



Learn more about the Cleveland Blues and enjoy these photos from the games at League Park.

Cleveland Blues Baseball Club banner


Cleveland Blues Baseball Club vs Crossing Rails

The striker (batter), Arbiter (umpire) and behind (catcher)


Cleveland Blues Baseball Club 2010

Cleveland Blues Baseball Club


Crossing Rails Baseball Club

Crossing Rails Baseball Club


Cleveland Blues Baseball Club lineup

Cleveland Blues lineup


Cleveland Blues Jay 'Tomahawk' Demagall

Cleveland Blues Jay 'Tomahawk' Demagall


Cleveland Blues Matt 'Duke' Endersby

Matt "Duke" Endersby makes the catch


Cleveland Blues vintage baseball arbiter

When the Arbiter makes a decision, there is no argument


Cleveland Blues vs Crossing Rails

Making the play at First Base


Cleveland Blues 'Constable' Dan Bing First base

Cleveland Blues 'Constable' Dan Bing


Cleveland Blues Ken 'Hammer' Schutz

Cleveland Blues Ken 'Hammer' Schutz


Crossing Rails Baseball Club batter

Crossing Rails Striker


No lead offs in Vintage Baseball

No lead offs in Vintage Baseball


Crossing Rails player rings the bell after a score

Crossing Rails player rings the bell after a score


Cleveland Blues and Crossing Rails players shake hands after a game

Cleveland Blues and Crossing Rails players shake hands after a gentleman's game of Vintage Baseball


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Vintage Baseball with the Cleveland Blues at League Park




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