Night Baseball at the Polo Grounds

Classic Shots of the Polo Grounds

Scenery of Indio Polo Grounds in Coachella Valley with mountains and contrasting palm trees by impressionist artist Erin Hanson

Scenery of Indio Polo Grounds in Coachella Valley with mountains and contrasting palm trees by impressionist artist Erin Hanson

Opening day for the first Polo Grounds, 1888.

Vintage photo of opening day at the original Polo Grounds on April The teams pictured are the home New York Giants and the visiting Washington Nationals. The Giants won and would go on to become the National League Champions of

Polo Grounds, New York

Polo Grounds - history, photos and more of the New York Giants former ballpark

he Polo Grounds was the name given to four different stadiums in Upper Manhattan, New York City, used by many professional teams in both baseball and American football from 1880 until 1963.

BALL PARK: Manhattan Field with Polo Grounds outfield in background. High Bridge crossing the Harlem River at about Street is in the background.

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Fans observe a game at the Polo Grounds from Coogan's Bluff, 1908

Fans on Coogan’s Bluff watch the infamous “Merkle’s Boner” game between the Giants and Cubs, Polo Grounds, New York City, 23 September 1908

Another brilliant photo of the Polo Grounds from the Walker Evans Archive. September 5, 1952.

Another brilliant photo of the Polo Grounds from the Walker Evans Archive…

two classic old gentlemen; yankee stadium in the foreground with the polo grounds in the distance across the river:  could a new york baseball fan have it any better?

Polo Grounds (upper) and Yankee Stadium (lower) were so close, but their fans were worlds apart.

Stan Musial takes big swing vs Mets during a 1962 game at the Polo Grounds.

Stan Musial takes big swing vs Mets during a 1962 game at the Polo Grounds.

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