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Submissions must be specific to Vintage Base Ball clubs who play the game by 19th century rules.
Vintage Base Ball (the game was originally spelled as two words) has risen in popularity in the United States. Teams – often revived from actual clubs of the era – play the game wearing 19th century uniforms and by 19th century rules. Terms, such as "ballist" for a player; "crank" for a spectator; and "dead ball" for the type of device used, are in common use during the game. The clubs of today are sometimes associated with a historical society or living history museum.
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