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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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Baltimore Orioles

Bob Hinz - Baseball - 1982 - 48 pages
Presents the history of each National and American League baseball team.
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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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New York Mets

James R. Rothaus - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1987 - 46 pages
A history of the baseball team which was created in New York in 1962 under the leadership of manager Casey Stengel after he left the Yankees.
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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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Toronto Blue Jays

James R. Rothaus - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1987 - 46 pages
A history of the baseball team which was created in Toronto in 1976 and still has hopes of becoming the first Canadian baseball team to win the World Series.
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Baltimore Orioles

Ray Frager - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2011 - 48 pages
Presents a history of the Baltimore Orioles, profiling legends and star players of today, and details team facts and statistics.
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The St. Louis Cardinals

James R. Rothaus - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1981 - 48 pages
Traces the team's history through sixty-one seasons of play, as the Chicago Cardinals from 1920 through 1959 and as the St. Louis Cardinals since 1960.
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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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