Union of Lansingburgh
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|Earliest Known Date||1861 -- No Later than August 1865|
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|Location||Lansingburgh, NY, United States|
Peverelly [page 70 and page 40] reports that the Atlantic played the Union 8/8/65 and the Mutuals played the Unions at Lansingburgh on 8/28/65.
"BASE BALL.—The Priam B. B. Club of this city, and the National B.B. Club of Lansingburgh have lately consolidated and organized a new Base Ball Club. The Club is styled “Union Base Ball Club of Rensselaer County.” The following gentlemen have been elected officers of the new club for the ensuing season:—
—A base-ball match between the Union club, of Lansingburgh, and the Active club, of Troy, will probably take place on the play-ground at Batestown, on Wednesday afternoon of this week.
☞ BASE BALL.—The Union base ball club of Lansingburgh, reörganized last evening, and the following officers were elected for the coming season:
☞ BASE BALL.—A match game of base ball between the Liberty Club, of this city and the Union Club, of Lansingburgh, will be played next Thursday on the Putnam grounds, Northeast of the University. All lovers of the game should be present.
Around 1868 this club began to be known as the Haymakers of Troy. It appears that Troy business people helped finance the club, and several of its members had played for Troy clubs. The Haymakers were a major player in baseball 1868-72 and in fact were part of the first professional baseball league. Some sources have this club playing as early as 1861. See Morris, "Base Ball Pioneers" for more. [ba]
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|Entered by||Bruce Allardice|
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Win/Loss Records As Far As We Now Know
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|1866||2 Played||2 Won||0 Lost||0 Tied|
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|Ballgame||1866-08-09||New York||Manhattan||NY||Mutual Club of New York||Union of Lansingburgh||13 - 15||Ralph Carhart|
|Ballgame||1866-08-28||New York||Manhattan||NY||Union of Lansingburgh||Mutual Club of New York||32 - 18||Ralph Carhart|
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