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Video: Minnesota Baseball History

Over All-Star weekend, the local SABR chapter had a series of panels on Minnesota baseball at Fan Fest. I was on one that covered the history of baseball in Minnesota, starting with the Nininger Nine in 1857 (before statehood) and going through the Twins.
There is a lot of talk about baseball in the 1800s, the Millers and Saints, and the early days of the Twins. If you're looking for a one-hour overview of the history of baseball in Minnesota, you could do worse than to check out the video at http://m.mlb.com/vid...ll-in-minnesota


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I'll have to spend some more time watching this. This is great!