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

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Braves watch as monkey does tricks at Braves Field

21. Braves watch as monkey does tricks at Braves Field

Image number: 05_02_010482
Photographer: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967
Allston, Massachusetts (1934)

Braves players get a good look while monkey jumps from top of ladder onto tarp.

Joseph B. Ely throws out first ball at start of Braves season while Judge Fuchs, Bill McKechnie, Frederick Mansfield and J.M. Curley look on

22. Joseph B. Ely throws out first ball at start of Braves season while Judge Fuchs, Bill McKechnie, Frederick Mansfield and J.M. Curley look on

Image number: 05_02_010486
Photographer: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967
Allston, Massachusetts (1934)

Boston College plays Catholic University at Braves Field in pouring rain.  B.C. won 6-0

23. Boston College plays Catholic University at Braves Field in pouring rain. B.C. won 6-0

Image number: 05_02_010558
Photographer: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967
Allston, Massachusetts (1925)

Adams of Catholic University with ball. Grandstand along first base line and right field bleachers in the background.

Braves Field, Boston, Mass.

24. Braves Field, Boston, Mass.

Image number: 05_02_010602
Allston, Massachusetts (ca. 1915)

Braves Field with a ballgame in play.

Left field pavilion of old Braves Field torn down, now Boston University Alumni Field

25. Left field pavilion of old Braves Field torn down, now Boston University Alumni Field

Image number: 05_02_010759
Photographer: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967
Allston, Massachusetts (1955)

Left Field Pavilion at Boston University Alumni Field, formerly Braves Field, is being torn down to make way for a practice field.

Getting ready for Opening Day, Braves Field Ticket Department

26. Getting ready for Opening Day, Braves Field Ticket Department

Image number: 05_02_010764
Photographer: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967
Allston, Massachusetts (1948)

Ticket Sale Supervisors look over the situation. Left to right, George H. Campbell, Pat Rago and Blaze Romeo.

Ball boy Tommy Ferguson supplies umpire with balls at Braves Field

27. Ball boy Tommy Ferguson supplies umpire with balls at Braves Field

Image number: 05_02_010819
Photographer: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967
Allston, Massachusetts (1950)

Newspaper caption on verso reads, "Just before game-time Tommy Ferguson (right foreground) ball boy for the day, supplies plate umpire Scotty Robb with balls. Manager Leo Durocher joins conference (right)." In addition to above caption, photographer has

Batboy Charlie Chronopoulos fills dugout racks with bats, at Braves Field

28. Batboy Charlie Chronopoulos fills dugout racks with bats, at Braves Field

Image number: 05_02_010820
Photographer: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967
Allston, Massachusetts (1950)

Newspaper caption on verso reads, "Storing the good wood - Bat-boy Charlie Chronopoulos of Allston fills dugout racks with bats." In addition to above caption, photographer has written the following in pencil, "Braves Field, Bat Boy, Charlie Chronopoulos

Plate 25 of the 1925 Atlas of the City of Boston, Brighton, showing Braves Field

29. Plate 25 of the 1925 Atlas of the City of Boston, Brighton, showing Braves Field

Image number: 05_02_011106
Cartographer: Bromley, George Washington
Cartographer: Bromley, Walter Scott
Allston, Massachusetts (1925)

Braves Field shown below center, bordered by Gaffney Street Babcock Street and Commonwealth Avenue. Footprint shows Grand Stand, Pavilion A, Pavilion B, bleachers and diamond.

Leroy Satchelfoot Paige

30. Leroy Satchelfoot Paige

Image number: 05_02_011288
Allston, Massachusetts (1943)

Satchel Paige, pitching for the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro League, warms up before a game at Braves Field.

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