Profile: Jeffrey Kittel

Jeffrey Kittel is a baseball researcher who writes the This Game of Games blog about 19th Century baseball. He was a contributor to Major League Baseball Profiles: 1871-1900.Over the last few years, he's had the pleasure of contributing to Protoball, the best baseball history website that exists. 'It's been fantastic getting to work with Larry McCray and others in building a site that I loved well before I was ever involved with it. '
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The rooster is cool. The rooster is 100% full of awesome. The rooster has been adopted as the official mascot of TGOG and when I sell out and start peddling merch and swag, the rooster will be on t-shirts and coffee mugs. At that point, the rooster will be everywhere. The rooster will be unavoidable. The rooster will be lord of all he surveys. You will all bow down to your rooster overlord.

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Yankee Pioneers and Baseball

The playing of ball games has been a recorded part of the human social and cultural system since the beginning of Western Civilization and specific forms of these games, which would eventually evolve into the American game of baseball, developed within European culture during the medieval period.
The influence of culture, and specifically that of Yankee/New York culture, helps explain how that spread happened.

Reproduced from This Game of Games (CC BY 4.0)

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