1913 Birmingham Barons

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The 1913 Birmingham Barons were the 3rd Birmingham Barons team to play at Rickwood Field, built by owner Rick Woodward in 1910.

The Barons played in the eight-team Southern Association. They were managed, for the third straight year, by Carlton Molesworth, who played outfield for the team.

Roster

Schedule

The 1913 Barons home schedule was imprinted on the reverse of drink tokens issued by the Climax Bar.

  • April 10-12: vs. Nashville Volunteers
  • April 26-29: vs. Chattanooga Lookouts
  • April 30-May 3: vs. Atlanta Crackers
  • May 19-21: vs. Mobile Sea Gulls
  • May 22-24: vs. Memphis Chickasaws
  • May 26-28: vs. Montgomery Rebels
  • May 29-31: vs. New Orleans Pelicans
  • June 9-11: vs. Atlanta Crackers
  • June 12-14: vs. Nashville Volunteers
  • June 16-18: vs. Chattanooga Lookouts
  • July 4-5: vs. Mobile Sea Gulls
  • July 7-9: vs. Montgomery Rebels
  • July 10-12: vs. Memphis Chickasaws
  • July 14-16: vs. New Orleans Pelicans
  • July 30-August 2: vs. Chattanooga Lookouts
  • August 11-13: vs. Atlanta Crackers
  • August 14-16: vs. Nashville Volunteers
  • August 21-23: vs. New Orleans Pelicans
  • August 25-27: vs. Mobile Sea Gulls
  • August 29-September 1: vs. Montgomery Rebels
  • September 2-5: vs. Memphis Chickasaws

The Atlanta Crackers won the league pennant in 1913.

References

Birmingham Barons
Birmingham Black Barons * Managers * Records * Rickwood Classic * Teams
Venues: Slag Pile Field, Rickwood Field, Regions Park
Managers: Harry Vaughn, Carlton Molesworth, Rick Woodward, Phil Cavaretta, Terry Francona
Barons: Jeff Abbott, Wilson Alvarez, Sal Bando, Jason Bere, Vida Blue, Mark Buehrle, Mike Cameron, Joe Crede, Rob Dibble, Ray Durham, Scott Eyre, Rollie Fingers, John Garland, Burleigh Grimes, Roberto Hernandez, Catfish Hunter, Bo Jackson, Reggie Jackson, Howard Johnson, Michael Jordan, Tony LaRussa, Carlos Lee, Rube Marquard, Jack McDowell, Miguel Olivo, Magglio Ordonez, Aaron Rowand, Pie Traynor, Bob Wickman, Bobby Thigpen, Frank Thomas, Robin Ventura
Black Barons: Lorenzo "Piper" Davis, Willie Foster, Willie Mays, Satchel Paige, Willie Wells

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