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Pennant-Winning 1915 Phillies Visit Ocean City on Saturday

first_imgThe Philadelphia Phillies won their first National League pennant in 1915, and a special presentation at 1 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 21) at the Ocean City Free Public Library will provide a look at how spring training was different 100 years ago.WHO: Baseball author and Phillies authority Bob WarringtonWHERE: The Ocean City Community Center, 17th Street and Simpson Avenue, in the Christopher Maloney Lecture Hall (on the 17th Street side of the block-long complex)WHEN: 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21ADMISSION: FreeWHAT: Enjoy stories about a bizarre and hilarious experience that included the Phillies traveling to spring training in St. Petersburg, Fla. by boat, some team members being pursued by a lynch mob and some almost drowning in a storm. Warrington has presented similar programs to the Society for American Baseball Research, the Philadelphia Athletics Historical Society and other sports organizations.WHAT ELSE: Visitors will be able to have their photos taken holding a 100-year-old baseball bat that belonged to Phillies first baseman Fred Luderus. Warrington will display memorabilia and photos of the 1915 team. The Phillies have provided numerous door prizes and prizes to be awarded during Phillies Trivia Contest following the presentation.last_img read more


Late fixture changes to U21 Tipperary games

first_imgThere’s been several changes to the U21 Football Fixtures this afternoonThe Mid U21 B football championship clash between Gurtnahoe & Upperchurch will proceed in Gurtnahoe at 2 but the game between Boherlahan & Moyne/Thurles Gaels has been moved to next Friday in Templetouhy at 7.30.Meanwhile there’s been a time change in the U21 A Losers group Semi Final: Drom Inch play Holycross Ballycahill in The Ragg at 12.30 now and not 2 as originally fixed. Extra time will be played in that one if necessary.And in South Tipp- the U21 A game between Clonmel Commercials and Moyle Rovers at Kilsheelan is  OFFlast_img