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Roger Maris Broke the Record The Sousa Band Ty Cobb Made His 4,000th Hit World-Class Athlete Jim Thorpe Was Born ] Blogs The Library of Congress features multiple blogs emphasizing the collections and services of its reading rooms and divisions.A selection of baseball-related posts from these blogs follows below.Some collections are digitized and made available online.You can locate records that include references to baseball through the VHP online database.] Veterans History Project The Veterans History Project (VHP) preserves and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans from World War I to the present so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war.Each VHP collection receives an online Biographical Information record, which includes the participant’s name, affiliation, and military service details.To locate other baseball-related blog posts you can search on the term A Fish, a Baseball, a Song (May 16, 2019) Magna Carta: Rule of Law versus Laws of Baseball (March 28, 2019) Baseball and the Law Goes Hollywood (February 26, 2019) Women, Baseball and the Law (September 25, 2018) Baseball Blues: Sunday Games and the Law (August 28, 2018) You Ott to Know: Using Legal Documents to Change Baseball History (July 16, 2018) Baeball and the Law (June 29, 2018) Law Library Staff Night at Nationals Park – Pic of the Week (July 31, 2015) Opening Day and the Law (April 6, 2015) Baseball and the Law — Pic of the Week (October 24, 2014) Baseball’s Greatest Hit: More than Peanuts and Cracker Jacks (June 24, 2019) Baseball’s Greatest Hits: Over 1000 Songs about Our National Game (March 15, 2019) Washington Nationals Western Tour (July 11, 2017) Let's Play Ball!Music for the World Series (October 30, 2013) Casey Might Have Struck Out, But Thayer Hit a Home Run (June 3, 2011) Take Me Out to the Ballgame (April 5, 2010) New!
To access more extensive portals to the Library's online baseball resources, and locate all baseball-specific collections available online, please see the Portals and Collections section of this guide. Select an area from the list below to learn more about its general content and to find links to specific baseball features that can be found within each section. Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-cwpbh-05089 Many areas of the Library's website include essays, exhibit items, webcasts, books, and other features highlighting the game of baseball.Baseball’s Jim Bouton and “Ball Four” at the Library (July 8, 2019) Branch Rickey Crowdsourcing Project: It’s Outta Here!
(March 27, 2019) Hispanic Heritage Month: Mexican-Americans and Baseball (October 9, 2018) Baseball and World War I (September 27, 2018) Baseball Americana: The Unchanging Game (June 28, 2018) Baseball Americana: A House of Cards (June 21, 2018) Baseball Americana: Telling Stories Through Stats (June 14, 2018) Baseball Americana: Root, Root, Root’s Debut (June 7, 2018) Baseball Americana: Baseball’s Magna Carta (March 31, 2018) Japanese-America’s Pastime: Baseball (May 25, 2018) Baseball Americana: When Jackie Met Rickey (May 24, 2018) Baseball Americana: Playing Behind Barbed Wire (May 17, 2018) Baseball Americana: Baseball’s Greatest Hits (May 10, 2018) Baseball Americana: “Laws of Base Ball,” Babe Ruth’s Shoes and Jackie Robinson’s Letters to Be Displayed in New Exhibition (May 3, 2018) Play Ball!
Below are Today in History features, arranged chronologically, that highlight baseball-related figures and events.