My name is Chris, I am a baseball history buff. I am here on Guy Boston Sports to bring New England baseball history to you.
Professional baseball has been played in Boston since 1871. There have been Boston teams in the National League, American League, American Association, Union Association, and Players League. There have even been minor league teams in Boston.
From Copley Place to Northeastern University to Boston University to, of course, Fenway Park, the ghosts of these teams are scattered around Boston. In other parts of New England, there are stories to be told. Manchester, Nashua, Portland, Providence, Pawtucket, Worcester…all towns and cities with their own deep baseball histories.
The ghosts of baseball’s yesteryears live in New England and this will be where their stories are told.
My writing has been published by the Society for American Baseball Research. Boston baseball history is one of my deepest passions and I am dedicating to teaching it to anyone who will listen (or read). In 2020, I started a blog called the Huntington Avenue Grounds where I set out to make New England baseball history as accessible as possible to the average reader.
Today, I am announcing that Guy Boston Sports is my new home. Starting in January, I will post weekly about some facet of New England sports history. I have my own ideas, but of course, I’ll take suggestions from you as well.
I am looking forward to taking you on this journey into the past, as we look back at the rich history of New England baseball.
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