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It provides a place for our age, our time, and our music.Finally in 1914, he persuaded Branch Rickey, the fledgling manager of the cellar-dwelling St. When the Browns arrived, they were pleased to discover that Lang's group had turned a brush arbor at the northern end of Coffee Pot Bayou into Sunshine Park (also known as Coffee Pot Bayou Park ), a state-of-the art facility with a 5,000-seat grandstand, batting cages, sprinting lanes and sliding pits.Historians would later regard Sunshine Park as "baseball's first all-purpose training camp," and the first game held there, played before 4,000 fans and won by the Cubs 3-2 was a milestone in the history of spring training. Petersburg in 1915, but for the next three springs Sunshine Park was home to the Philadelphia Phillies.We require a RECENT CLOSE PHOTO OF YOUR FACE, YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME OR INITIAL and YOUR BIRTH MONTH AND DAY to be approved in the group.Only members will have approval to see the other members.Petersburg, Bradenton and points south and north in the state.
The 2013 Season celebrates 125 Years of Major League Baseball Spring Training in Florida. 1888-1899 The Washington Nationals travel the farthest south any team had previously traveled, to Jacksonville, to prepare for an upcoming season.
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It was 15 years before Major League Baseball returned. Augustine and Connie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics in Jacksonville.
1900-09 Having rebounded from the bad experience of 15 years prior the now American League champion Athletics, and Manager Connie Mack, were the first major league team to spend an entire spring training season in Florida. By the time Mack returned to Jacksonville in 1914, the Athletics were the reigning World Champions and Florida, no longer an isolated backwater in the world of baseball, was on the verge of becoming the hub of spring training.
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