Happy Thanksgiving From Baseball History Comes Alive!

Happy Thanksgiving From Baseball History Comes Alive!

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 Happy Thanksgiving From Baseball History Comes Alive!

(Well, actually…that would be Ron, Don, and me. And I don’t think I’m forgetting anyone!)

Let’s be honest. It’s hard to find a connection between Baseball and Thanksgiving. The great American family tradition of “Turkey Day” falls in that “no man’s land” between the last pitch of the World Series and the first pitch of spring training. It’s not exactly our favorite time of the year. But somehow, we manage to make it through year after year.

So after an “exhaustive Internet search,” (which actually means I put the words “Baseball” and “Thanksgiving” together in a Google search), this one of Lou Gehrig helping his mother with the Thanksgiving dinner dishes will have to do. Although I did manage to find a couple others that you can check out in the photo gallery.

Anyway…I hope you all have a great day with your families. And don’t forget to do your share today in helping out around the kitchen…just like Lou Gehrig helping out his mother, Christina.

If the great “Iron Horse” can do it, so can we! And Lou looks pretty spiffy in that bow tie, too!

So, again…

Happy Thanksgiving to all our loyal readers! Hope you all have a great day!

Gary Livacari

Photo Credits: All from Google search

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I’m a baseball historian who also loves to write. My forte is identifying ballplayers in old photos, and my specail interest is the Dead Ball Era.

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