Yes, Vintage Base Ball (during the Civil War it was two words) is coming to Tipp City as the Kettering Clodbusters visit Tipp City on August 16th to put on a Vintage Base Ball exhibition game at the Willowtree Inn! The Downtown Tipp City Partnership will be hosting the Clodbusters and fielding a vintage ball team made up of interested local volunteers. This team, to be known as the Tippecanoe Canal Jumpers, will play the Clodbusters us discount viagra overnight delivery in the August 16th exhibition game and, hopefully, there will be enough interest to put together a team for the 2010 season!
Details: The Kettering Clodbusters-Tippecanoe Canal Jumpers Vintage Base Ball Exhibition Game will be held at the Willowtree Inn on Sunday, August 16th from 2 pm to 5 pm with a rain date of August 23rd (location and times the same). There will be ample free parking and the organizing committee is in the process of setting up for the event, so more details are to come. For more information or to read about vintage base ball or the history of baseball in Tipp City, please visit our new website at www.tippecanoecanaljumpers.com.
What is Vintage Base Ball? Vintage Base Ball is base ball (yes, it was spelled two words prior to the 1880s) played by the rules and customs of the 19th Century. Our players (sometimes called ballists) wear period reproduction uniforms, either with long trouser and shield shirt, cialis cost canada or a later style lace shirt and knickers. They recreate the game based on rules and research of the various decades of the mid-to-late nineteenth century. The playing of vintage base ball can be seen at open-air museums, tournament re-enactments and city parks. It is played on both open grass fields and modern baseball diamonds. Spectators may consider vintage base ball to be a new sport, however, some clubs have been in existence since the 1980s. Vintage base ball is a reflection of how baseball existed at an earlier time.