New Hampshire’s Role In Creating Baseball
In 1845, a young doctor from Mont Vernon named Daniel Lucius Adams moved to the city to establish his practice. As a proponent of the benefits of exercise, Adams began gathering with several medical colleagues on a nearby New Jersey field to participate in a game then known as “base ball.”
In his recent article in New Hampshire Magazine, Ray Carbone spotlights Doc Adams while “discovering baseball’s hidden gems and deep historical roots in New Hampshire”.
Click here to read his article:
“New Hampshire’s Role In Creating Baseball”, New Hampshire Magazine (3/14/2019)
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