However, in , the grounds were used to pasture the horses from the livery of Dr. Fans who are unable to attend the event in-person can view the race LIVE on http: Before the season ended eight games had been canceled due to rain. Between the rounds an all-star game was scheduled for June 29 in Evansville. The season began with the first practice on March 31 and thirty-three men turned out. Former baseball professional Stan Sperry had agreed to be the team manager. Many of the members of the Evansville City team also played in the Twilight League.
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Evansville beat Brodhead and Albany in the district tournament and advanced to the sectional tournament. The championship game was close with Evansville and Orfordville tied in the fifth inning. Many of the Home Talent League members were now serving in the War. Admission of 25 cents was also charged at the gate and the money was used to purchase uniforms for the team and to pay travel expenses. It was not until early July that Evansville got its first win against the Milton Wolves. Fifty hopefuls turned out for the team in
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Some of the re-scheduled games were also postponed due to rain. Monticello games played against the Footville Whitesox. Edit Article Add New Article. The younger players were on three "minor league" teams and older boys played on the "major league" teams. Mabie won the position and proved to be a powerhouse on the mound.
Baseball was becoming the favorite summertime pastime of men and boys. Ball players indicated their willingness to participate in the Southern Wisconsin Home Talent League , if they could get local businessmen to sponsor them and pay the entrance fee. He continued to play baseball for many years, leading his Evansville team to a contested state championship in Wisconsin's Home Talent League had 42 teams, divided into 4 sections. If you don't have permission, just post a link.