Unlike the thick inner volume of the pear head, this cheap hair extensions gives a feeling of warmth and beauty. When trimming, pay attention to the tail of the real hair extensions must be cut from high to low level, roll up and send it to have this effect. This hair style can be brushed out by a hair extensions dryer and a reel, and it is also possible to use no special hot.

 

 





             


BALTIMORE'S LOST BALLPARKS

UNION PARK               1890
       



Union Park lasted as a major league venue for a mere nine seasons, from 1891 to 1899.  Home of the World Champion (1894-1896) National League Baltimore Orioles, Union Park was located at the corner of East 25th Street and Guilford Avenue in the Barclay section of Baltimore, just south of Harwood.

 Can you name the four ORIOLE hall of famers who played here ?
(answer at the bottom)

2013 Entrance to Union Park



             

TERRAPIN PARK/ORIOLE PARK

Terrapin Park was located at the northwest corner of East 29th Street and Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore.
Terrapin Park (later known as Oriole Park) was home to the Federal League Baltimore Terrapins in 1914 and 1915,
 the International League Orioles from 1916 to 1944,
and the Negro American League Baltimore Elite Giants from 1938 to 1944.

             

33rd Street


Memorial Stadium was built on the site of an earlier stadium, known as Baltimore Stadium, Venable Stadium or Municipal Stadium, which was constructed in 1922, or a time after the death of Baltimore native Babe Ruth, the structure was known as Babe Ruth Stadium Stadium.





This site today
I
n 2010, thanks to the vision, talent, and generosity of Cal Ripken, Jr., and his brother Bill Ripken.  The Ripkens, with the help of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, and other charitable groups and donors, constructed a youth ball field on the former site of Memorial Stadium.


Most of  the above info was copied from
http://deadballbaseball.com/


recommended reading

DEAD BALL by David Stinson


and

Lost Ballparks: A Celebration of Baseball's Legendary Fields

 



             
last weeks lost ballpark was
FORBES FIELD






Forbes Field was a baseball park in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1909 to 1971. It was the third home of the Pittsburgh Pirates Major League Baseball (MLB) team, and the first home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the city's National Football League (NFL) franchise. The stadium also served as the home football field for the University of Pittsburgh "Pitt" Panthers from 1909 to 1924. The stadium was named after British general John Forbes, who fought in the French and Indian War, and named the city in 1758


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Forbes Field -Original Home Plate

The remnants of old Forbes Field still exist in a borough of Pittsburgh known as Oakland. Forbes Field was the original home to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Pittsburgh Pirates until it was torn down in 1970. You can still enjoy the original home plate and outfield fences as they have been saved by the University of Pittsburgh.

Forbes Field -Original Home Plate:
Address: Pittsburgh, PA
Directions: Take the 376 Parkway to the University of Pittsburgh (Oakland, Forbes Ave exit), and look for the U of Pitt Posvar building.
Admission: Free.
Hours: Always open.

Right Field wall still stands:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnaqGcsAG1U



ANSWER : four Oriole HOF who played in the 1890 at Union Park are:
 
John McGraw
Ned Hanlon
Joe Kelly
Wilber Robinson




 

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