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 1Calvinisms   
 2Philadelphia Athletics 7,8, Washington Senators 6, 7   
 3  1892 
 4  1896 
 5Ball Players Stand Firm. Protective Association Through a Committee Announces That It Will Supervise Contracts  1900 
 6Players Organize Richter, Francis C.; 1900 
 7"Fans" and Their Frenzies; the Wholesome Madness of Baseball Sangree, Allen; Photos by Heyworth Campbell; 1907 
 8 Morse, Jacob C.; 1908 
 9As the Umpire Sees Them; the Need For Being Tolerant of Excited Players and the Maniac Public Sangree, Allen; 1908 
 10 Goewey, Edwin A.; 1909 
 11  1909 
 12  1909 
 13Men of Note in the Baseball World Goewey, Ed A.; 1909 
 14The Inside Game as Played by Catcher and Pitcher Sanborn, Irving E.; 1910 
 15Part I: The Spring Training Trip - Its Reason and Object Sanborn, Irving E.; 1911 
 16"Seventeen Straight" Griffith, Clark; 1912 
 17Editorials  1912 
 18Old Faces in New Places Soden, E.D.; 1912 
 19Baseball Among the Magnates; Affairs in Big League Circle; Problems and Prospects For the Season of 1912 Phelon, Wm. A.; 1912 
 20Why I Went To Washington Griffith, Clark; 1912 
 21 Morse, Jacob C.; 1912 
 22The Little Old Fox of Baseball Lane, F.C.; 1912 
 23What Clark Griffith Is Doing in the Capital City  1912 
 24  1912 
 25Pitching On Strength Williams, Joe; 1913 
 26The Master of the Mound: Johnson, Walsh, and Mathewson - and the Greatest of These - Well, Here's the Evidence Rice, Grantland; 1913 
 27The Holdout Squad Is Now Furnishing the Fans With the Customary, Big Midwinter Laugh Goewey, Ed A.; Illustrated by Eugene Zimmerman; 1913 
 28The Spotlight Is Now Centered On the Athletics Goewey, Ed A.; Illustrated by Eugene Zimmerman; 1913 
 29It Is Still Anybody's Race in Both Leagues Goewey, Ed A.; Illustrated by Eugene Zimmerman; 1913 
 30Who Will Win the Pennant? Evans, Billy; 1913 
 31Building a Winning Baseball Team Griffith, Clark C.; Edited by Edward Lyell Fox; 1913 
 32Ty Cobb's Fortunes  1913 
 33 Goewey, Ed W.; Illustated by Eugene Zimmerman; 1913 
 34Twenty-Five Years of Big League Baseball: Milestones of the Game Griffith, Clark C.; 1914 
 35Griff Has the Biggest Baseball Flock Goewey, Ed A.; Illustrated by "Zim"; 1914 
 36"Old Fox" Griffith Again Lucky Goewey, Ed A.; Illustrated by Eugene Zimmerman; 1914 
 37Each Team Has a Hoodoo Evans, Billy; 1914 
 38The Diamond Jester Evans, Frank E.; 1914 
 39Twenty-Five Years of Big League Baseball: Stars of Yesterday and Today Griffith, Clark C.; 1914 
 40One Reason Why the Browns Are Winning Lane, F.C.; 1914 
 41On the Other Foot Goewey, Ed A.; Illustrated by Eugene Zimmerman; 1915 
 42Opposed to Fultz Fultz, David L.; 1915 
 43  1915 
 44 Hanna, William B.; 1915 
 45A Victory Denied Each Day It Rains; That's Way Tigers Figured Series With Red Sox; Jennings' Team Never in Better Shape To Put Over Wins When WEather Man Spoils All the Plans Salsinger, H.G.; 1916 
 46Things Looks Up For Both Cubs and Sox; Teams, Left Intact, Begin To Find Their Bearings; Clark Griffith Called Down For Breaking Faith With Public That Deals Him His Bread and Butter Robbins, George S.; 1916 
 47Griff Finds Track Sanded in St. Louis; Washington Skidding Badly Until It Ran Into Browns; Team Shows Signs of Batting Revival and Sharp Stick May Cause Pitchers To Do Better Work S.E.S.; 1916 
 48  1916 
 49Griffith's Superstition  1916 
 50Why the Spitball Should Be Abolished Griffith, Clark; 1917 
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