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Cincinnati Reds

James R. Rothaus - Sports & Recreation - 1988 - 46 pages
A history of the world's oldest professional baseball team, and tells of Johnny Bench, Pete Rose, and other Red's stars.
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The St. Louis Cardinals

James R. Rothaus - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1986 - 48 pages
A history of the baseball team whose players, known as the Redbirds by their fans, have already won nine World Series championships.
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Cleveland Indians

James R. Rothaus - Sports & Recreation - 1987 - 46 pages
A history of the baseball team that began as the Forest Citys in 1869 and has been known as the Indians since 1915.
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Philadelphia Phillies

James R. Rothaus - Sports & Recreation - 1987 - 46 pages
A history of the baseball team that has been playing in Philadelphia since 1883.
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Detroit Tigers

James R. Rothaus - Sports & Recreation - 1987 - 46 pages
A history of the tough baseball team that began in Detroit in 1881 and went through several name changes before settling on the Tigers.
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Baltimore Orioles

Bob Hinz - Baseball - 1982 - 48 pages
Presents the history of each National and American League baseball team.
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California Angels

James R. Rothaus - Sports & Recreation - 1987 - 46 pages
A history of the baseball team that began life in 1961 as the Los Angeles Angels, under the ownership of former singing cowboy Gene Autry.
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Chicago Cubs

James R. Rothaus - Sports & Recreation - 1987 - 46 pages
A history of the only charter member of the National League that has continued to play baseball in the same city for more than 100 years.
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Chicago White Sox

James R. Rothaus - Sports & Recreation - 1987 - 46 pages
A history of the baseball team that was founded in 1900 to join the American League and won their first pennant the same year.
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