Category Archives: Off the Beaten Basepaths Video Series

This video journal takes you to little known or out-of-the-way baseball spots. Not all the good stuff is in Cooperstown!

The Hall of Fame Career that Might Have Been

When Wilbert Robinson catcher for the old Baltimore Orioles and later the Brooklyn Robins was asked in 1931 who were the five greatest players he ever saw, he listed former teammate “Wee” Willie Keeler, Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner … Continue reading

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A New Fan, Baseball in West Virginia, and Lefty Grove

A hearty Welcome to the World to the newest Baltimore Oriole/New Market Rebel fan, Jackson Thomas Smith. A September call-up, on the 6th to be precise, he will be managed by parents Ed and Laura Smith. No word yet on … Continue reading

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Off the Beaten Basepaths #4: Rebel Park in New Market, VA

In case you didn’t see the latest installment of Off the Beaten Basepaths on Seamheads.com, here it is! Episode #4 ventures up the Shenandoah Valley to Rebel Park in New Market, Virginia, one of the most scenic ballparks in the … Continue reading

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Off the Beaten Basepaths #2: Spring Training 2012

I’m just catching up on posting my Off the Beaten Basepaths series to my website. This episode had been posted to Seamheads.com, but not here:

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Off the Beaten Basepaths Episode 3: The Eastern Shore

As you may remember from my previous post, Al & I recently spent some time in Delaware. On our way home, we took the time to stop at a few baseball-related sites along the way which resulted in Episode #3 … Continue reading

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Off the Beaten Basepaths

It appears quite possible that the Hagerstown Suns, Bryce Harper’s home for the first half of the 2011 season, will be moving to Winchester, Virginia. The Suns of the South Atlantic League had hoped that the city of Hagerstown would … Continue reading

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