Ghosts at Warren Ballpark?
You can feel the ghosts more easily in Bisbee, Arizona, than just about anywhere else in America. The presence of the past is evident as soon as you pass through the tunnel carved into the Mule Mountains that takes you back in time to a town hailed as the “queen of the copper mines.”
Most of all, you can feel the spirit at Warren Ballpark, Bisbee's century-old baseball stadium and communal gathering space that has played host to generations of ballplayers from Hall of Famers to high schoolers on its dusty diamond.
No team in baseball has more ghosts than the 1919 Chicago White Sox, whose disgraced members once roamed the field in Bisbee. Their restless spirits, borne from a scandal referred to as “the darkest hour” in baseball history, still cast a long shadow over the sport. Exactly one hundred years ago, eight members of the White Sox conspired to fix the World Series.
Read all about it in the program at the 10th Copper City Classic Vintage Base Ball Tournament on April 6th and 7th. (Excerpt from Black Sox Baseball Ghosts in Bisbee originated with the 1919 Chicago White Sox by Jacob Pomrenke
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