JAGS

Planned Big League Games

27 Jun , 1907
Created by Elizabeth Emery

This article, dated 6-27-1907, explained that Manager Earl planned on bringing Big League Teams to the park, including Brooklyn and the Pirates (Nationals)

This is the first indication that HOF Honus Wagner came to town and this field.

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Gloversville Fields a Team

10 Mar , 1907
Created by Elizabeth Emery

Originally Known as A.J.&G. (Amsterdam, Johnstown & Gloversville) Park, the local railroad company, F,J&G, built the park as a tourist attraction and stop on the railroad. This article dated 3/10/1907 explains that Manager Manager Howard Earl is looking for new players is looking for new players to add to his team for the upcoming season The team planned on playing Seton Hall, Providence, […]

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Joe Birmingham

11 Nov , 1906
Created by Elizabeth Emery

Joe Birmingham played for the JAGS in 1906 and then went on to play for the Cleveland Naps

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Baseball Thrives in Gloversville

21 Sep , 1906
Created by Elizabeth Emery

Originally Known as A.J.&G. (Amsterdam, Johnstown & Gloversville) Park, the local railroad company F,J&G, built the park as a tourist attraction and stop on the railroad.

This article dated 9/21/1906 is an example of the fun a fan could have for $.25 a game!

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