Sports Temples of Boston: Sports Temples of Boston: Images of Historic Ballparks, Arenas, and Statiums 1872-1972

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A Foul Fly.  Rooters watch foul ball during Game Eight of the 1903 World Series at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

31. A Foul Fly. Rooters watch foul ball during Game Eight of the 1903 World Series at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010990
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

Rooters sit in special seats behind home plate to watch the Boston Americans defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates.

It Comes High But... Boys trying to see into the Huntington Avenue Grounds during the 1903 World Series

32. It Comes High But... Boys trying to see into the Huntington Avenue Grounds during the 1903 World Series

Image number: 05_02_010991
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

Fans trying to get a look at the first World Series, Boston Americans vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Fans on the field before Game Three of the 1903 World Series at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

33. Fans on the field before Game Three of the 1903 World Series at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_010992
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

Fans ring the infield and the outfield and fill the stands. The players were unable to warm up before the game. The police and players were able to push the crowd into the outfield but the game was played with special "ground rules" that if a ball was h

Fans sneaking into the Huntington Avenue Grounds during 1903 World Series

34. Fans sneaking into the Huntington Avenue Grounds during 1903 World Series

Image number: 05_02_010993
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1903)

Fans help each other get in to see Game Three of the Series, Boston Americans vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Boston and Washington teams march in Opening Day ceremonies

35. Boston and Washington teams march in Opening Day ceremonies

Image number: 05_02_010995
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1904)

Marching band proceeds line of players as they march by the outfield wall, Huntington Avenue Grounds.

Aeroplane view east over Baseball Grounds from Huntington Avenue

36. Aeroplane view east over Baseball Grounds from Huntington Avenue

Image number: 05_02_011007
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1911)

Outfield and bleachers during second inning of Detroit Tigers-Boston Red Sox game at the Huntington Avenue Grounds. 1911 was the last season for the Red Sox at Huntington Ave. before they moved into Fenway Park to start the 1912 season.

Aeroplane view southeast over Baseball Grounds from Huntington Avenue

37. Aeroplane view southeast over Baseball Grounds from Huntington Avenue

Image number: 05_02_011008
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1911)

Infield and grandstand during second inning of Detroit Tigers-Boston Red Sox game at the Huntington Avenue Grounds. 1911 was the last season for the Red Sox at Huntington Ave. before they moved to Fenway Park to start the 1912 season.

Groundbreaking for the new American League Baseball Park, the Huntington Avenue Grounds

38. Groundbreaking for the new American League Baseball Park, the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_011009
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1901)

Arthur "Hi Hi" Dixwell holds shovel. To his left is Mike Sullivan, former pitcher and Massachusetts State Senator. Michael T. McGreevey stands four places to Dixwell's right holding Kodak camera.

Groundbreaking for the new American League Baseball Park, the Huntington Avenue Grounds

39. Groundbreaking for the new American League Baseball Park, the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_011010
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1901)

Arthur "Hi Hi" Dixwell holds shovel. To his left is Mike Sullivan, former pitcher and Massachusetts State Senator. Michael T. McGreevey stands four places to Dixwell's right holding Kodak camera.

Ban Johnson, Lt. Gov. Curtis Guild and Gen. Charles H. Taylor, at Boston Americans game at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

40. Ban Johnson, Lt. Gov. Curtis Guild and Gen. Charles H. Taylor, at Boston Americans game at the Huntington Avenue Grounds

Image number: 05_02_011012
Roxbury, Massachusetts (1901-1911)

Ban Johnson, founder of the American League, sits in front row in bowler hat and cigar. Next to him is Guild with mustache and Taylor with full beard and eyeglasses.

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