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Alabama’s first 1860’s baseball team

Lowe Mill will be home to Huntsville's first vintage baseball team. (Source: Huntsville Vintage Base Ball Club) Lowe Mill will be home to Huntsville's first vintage baseball team. (Source: Huntsville Vintage Base Ball Club)

The Huntsville Vintage Base Ball Club makes Alabama the twenty-first state to adopt vintage baseball.

Lowe Mill stands as a reminder of the rich beginnings of Huntsville baseball and is where the first team will be located.

Alabama’s first Vintage Base Ball Exhibition with the Huntsville Redcaps will be on March 19 at 11:30 a.m.

All matches will be open to the public free of charge.

Click here to learn more.

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