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The commission, which also included six other sports executives, labored for three years, after which it declared that Abner Doubleday invented the national pastime. The late Civil War hero "never knew that he had invented baseball".[But] 15 years [after his death], he was anointed as the father of the game", writes baseball historian John Thorn.polls to set an all-time record, slipped to third after losing two straight to LSU to end their season. OSU had two 23-game winning streaks during the season.Rooker led the SEC in nine offensive categories, including batting average (.404), slugging percentage (.843), on-base percentage (.505), hits (90), RBI (76), doubles (29), home runs (21), total bases (188) and stolen bases (18).The Record was one of the most popular line of bats at the time.Moderately priced, they came in assorted lengths of 30"-35" and weights of 36-42 ounces.

The popularity of the sport inspired the semipro national baseball clubs in the 1860s.In 1903, the British sportswriter Henry Chadwick published an article speculating that baseball derived from a British game called rounders, which Chadwick had played as a boy in England. Baseball, said Spalding, was fundamentally an American sport and began on American soil.To settle the matter, the two men appointed a commission, headed by Abraham Mills, the fourth president of the National League of Professional Baseball Clubs.A 2005 vintage base ball game, played by 1886 rules.Vintage games are live contests that seek to portray the authenticity of the early game.This "Spalding Trade Mark" logo with a large baseball Logo appears in Spalding base ball guides back to the 1880's, and on circa late 1870's-1880's baseball bats. The inner baseball logo reads "SPALDING" with "TRADE" "MARK" above & below the stitching. This logo appears on baseball bats along with the "A. Spalding" (in script) and introduced as the Spalding "Autograph Model" it was introduced in 1901 and produced until 1907.

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