oakland oaks

1950

Handwritten on the back, "Picture of the Day, Tommy McDonough, Wilson Mar 22." Probably Lonnie Wilson printed this photograph from a Tommy McDonough negative. Photo shows the 1950 Oakland Oaks...

c. 1950

This is a photographic negative of Charlie Dressen, the Oakland Oaks manager. He is at some type of celebration in which the boy scouts of Hawaii are congratulating him. Charlie is in the middle...

02/28/50

This is a photographic negative of three Oakland Oaks players sitting down beside the locker room's lockers. Two of the players are in uniform and the other is in his street clothes. Behind the...

c. 1948

Bud Foster was the sportscastor for the Oakland Oaks here in Oakland on KLX.

c. 1910

Baseball player Porter of the Oakland Oaks.

c. 1910

Baseball player D. Baker of the Oakland Oaks.

1914

Zeenut Series baseball series for the Pacific Coast League. Prough was a pitcher for the Oakland Oaks.

1914

Zeenut Series baseball series for the Pacific Coast League. Middleton played for the Oakland Oaks.

1914

Zeenut Series baseball series for the Pacific Coast League. Devlin was the third baseman for the Oakland Oaks.

1914

Zeenut Series baseball series for the Pacific Coast League. Devlin played for the Oakland Oaks.

1914

Zeenut Series baseball series for the Pacific Coast League. Alexander was a catcher for the Oakland Oaks.

1949

baseball cap worn by Oakland Oaks player in the 1949; size 7; cap is blue with white "O" logo embroidered on front.

1927

Catcher's mitt used by Ernie Lombardi while he was a catcher for the Oakland Oaks in 1927, the year in which the Oaks won the PCL championship. In 1931 Ernie went up to the majors to return to the...

March, 1930

Preliminary Game listing for the Oakland vs. Pittsburgh game at Oakland Baseball park. Holmes is on the Oaks roster.

c. 1948

Bud Foster was the sportscastor for the Oakland Oaks here in Oakland on KLX.

c. 1948

"Billy the Kid" Martin was born in Berkeley, May 16, 1921, of Italian - Portuguese descent. Throws right, bats right. Featured as a member of the Oakland Oaks/

1955

Tickets for Oakland Acorns home games in 1955. These are grandstand seats. Price is $1.14 per ticket with .11 cents tax for a total of $1.25

1927

Scorebook from game in 1927 between the Oakland Oaks and the Portland Beavers. In 1927 Oakland won the championship.

1924-1929

Baseball bat used by Roy Carlisle when he was a power-hitting outfielder for the Oakland Oaks. On July 4, 1929 Carlisle hit one of the longest homeruns in professional baseball history at Oaks...

1910

Oakland Oaks team 1910, back row: Pearse; Hogan; Cutshaw; Wares; Wolverson; Cameron: middle row; Christian; Maggert; Nelson; Mitze; Thomas; front row; Harkins; Moser; Lively; Swander

c.1940

Baseball bat used by Maurice Van Robays when he played for the Oakland Oaks in the 1940s. Van Robays was a teammate of Billy Martin and played under Casey Stengel

c. 1910

Bunny Pearce was a catcher for the Oakland Oaks

1949

Group portrait of the 1949 Oakland Oaks team: back row standing Left to Right: Jesse "Red" Adams (trainer); Floyd Speer;Henry "Cotton" Pippin; Edward Kearse; Will Hafey; Dewey Soriano; Hugh...

ca. 1955

Manager Charlie Dresser of the San Francisco Seals, Brick Laws owner of the Oakland Oaks, and Casey Stingel manager of the Oakland Oaks

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