Summer Celebration in Mechanicsburg


Matthew Bogan of the home team Mechanicsburg Indians prepares to deliver a pitch during a game against the visiting Ohio Village Muffins on Saturday. The Muffins are part of the Ohio History Connection and travel Ohio playing locally-assembled teams under vintage baseball rules. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.


Brenda Burns | Urbana Daily Citizen

Ohio Village Muffins scorer and team manager Jim Kimnach keeps track of the runs and the innings on an old-fashioned chalkboard during Saturday’s game. Players rang a tallybell (cowbell) on his scorer’s stand when they scored “aces” (runs). The Muffins are part of the Ohio History Connection and travel Ohio playing locally-assembled teams under vintage “base ball” rules. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.


Brenda Burns | Urbana Daily Citizen

History was a recurring theme at the Mechanicsburg Summer Celebration on Saturday. The event honored John William Lambert, inventor of the first gas-powered car, and also featured a game between the Ohio Village Muffins and a locally-assembled “base ball” team of players wearing vintage uniforms. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.


Brenda Burns | Urbana Daily Citizen

Matthew Bogan of the home team Mechanicsburg Indians prepares to deliver a pitch during a game against the visiting Ohio Village Muffins on Saturday. The Muffins are part of the Ohio History Connection and travel Ohio playing locally-assembled teams under vintage baseball rules. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.

Ohio Village Muffins scorer and team manager Jim Kimnach keeps track of the runs and the innings on an old-fashioned chalkboard during Saturday’s game. Players rang a tallybell (cowbell) on his scorer’s stand when they scored “aces” (runs). The Muffins are part of the Ohio History Connection and travel Ohio playing locally-assembled teams under vintage “base ball” rules. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.

History was a recurring theme at the Mechanicsburg Summer Celebration on Saturday. The event honored John William Lambert, inventor of the first gas-powered car, and also featured a game between the Ohio Village Muffins and a locally-assembled “base ball” team of players wearing vintage uniforms. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.

Matthew Bogan of the home team Mechanicsburg Indians prepares to deliver a pitch during a game against the visiting Ohio Village Muffins on Saturday. The Muffins are part of the Ohio History Connection and travel Ohio playing locally-assembled teams under vintage baseball rules. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_bogan-pitching.jpgMatthew Bogan of the home team Mechanicsburg Indians prepares to deliver a pitch during a game against the visiting Ohio Village Muffins on Saturday. The Muffins are part of the Ohio History Connection and travel Ohio playing locally-assembled teams under vintage baseball rules. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins. Brenda Burns | Urbana Daily Citizen

Ohio Village Muffins scorer and team manager Jim Kimnach keeps track of the runs and the innings on an old-fashioned chalkboard during Saturday’s game. Players rang a tallybell (cowbell) on his scorer’s stand when they scored “aces” (runs). The Muffins are part of the Ohio History Connection and travel Ohio playing locally-assembled teams under vintage “base ball” rules. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_scorer.jpgOhio Village Muffins scorer and team manager Jim Kimnach keeps track of the runs and the innings on an old-fashioned chalkboard during Saturday’s game. Players rang a tallybell (cowbell) on his scorer’s stand when they scored “aces” (runs). The Muffins are part of the Ohio History Connection and travel Ohio playing locally-assembled teams under vintage “base ball” rules. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins. Brenda Burns | Urbana Daily Citizen

History was a recurring theme at the Mechanicsburg Summer Celebration on Saturday. The event honored John William Lambert, inventor of the first gas-powered car, and also featured a game between the Ohio Village Muffins and a locally-assembled “base ball” team of players wearing vintage uniforms. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins.
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ohio-village-muffins-2.jpgHistory was a recurring theme at the Mechanicsburg Summer Celebration on Saturday. The event honored John William Lambert, inventor of the first gas-powered car, and also featured a game between the Ohio Village Muffins and a locally-assembled “base ball” team of players wearing vintage uniforms. For more information log on to ohiohistory.org/muffins. Brenda Burns | Urbana Daily Citizen
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