Parkhurst

Diamond in the rough: Renovations planned for local baseball field rich with history

25 Jul , 2016
Created by Elizabeth Emery

http://518sports.com/diamond-in-the-rough-renovations-planned-for-local-baseball-field-rich-with-history/ Located in the farming areas of Upstate New York, Parkhurst Field in Gloversville remains a hotbed for baseball after 110 years of history. The story of Parkhurst Field begins on July 12, 1906, as A,J&G Park, owned by F,J&G Railroad, with a game played by Johnstown-Amsterdam-Gloversville, known as the JAGs by locals. The facility […]

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Parkhurst Features Local Ball

4 May , 1933
Created by Aaron Mittler

Manager Bob Vine of the Rite-Way baseball team yesterday announced that a contract has been signed with Richard Parkhurst whereby the Rite-Ways, a member team of the newly formed New York State League, will use the field for all home games

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Parkhurst Features Local Ball

6 Sep , 1921
Created by Aaron Mittler

With Marty Kinnere pitching mid season ball and his teammates working well behind him, the Twin Cities, representing Fonda and Fultonville, defeated the Mayfield Tigers in the opening game of their series

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Burns a Local MLB Star

9 Oct , 1920
Created by Aaron Mittler

George Burns, former Giants’ star outfielder and the greatest leadoff man in the game, now with the Cincinnati Reds, has the distinction of being the first Big Leaguer to have a KEN-WEL NEVERIP GLOVE made in his own model

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George Burns Plays Parkhurst

8 Oct , 1920
Created by Aaron Mittler

Famous Out fielder of New York Giants to Appear at Parkhurst Field

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