Look back at baseball in the 1800's. A different time and a different game. Man, some of these "baseball cards/photos" are just weird. Deacon McGuire(Catcher)- .273 career hitter and his record of playing 26 straight seasons was a record till 1993. Tommy McCarthy(Pitcher/Outfielder)- .293 career hitter and stole over 100 bases in 1888. George Wood(left field)- .273 hitter and the first player from Detroit to hit for a cycle. Ed Andrews(2nd base/Outfield)- a .257 hitter and National league stolen base champion in 1886. Jack Clements(Catcher)- A .286 career hitter with 1,226 rbi's. Was the first catcher to wear a chest protector. Was a player/manager in 1890. Joe Mulvey(3rd baseman)- .261 hitter who had 90 RBI's in 1890. Still holds the record for most errors in a game for a 3rd baseman (6). Harry Lyons(Outfielder), pictured with the Browns team trainer. .234 hitter who won the Championships in 1887 and 1888 with the Browns and the 1889 Championship with the Giants. Charlie Bastian(Shortstop, making the tag)- .189 hitter who played for 6 different teams in 8 years. Denny Lyon(3rd Baseman, sliding)- Is still ranked 45th on the all time slugging percentage(.407) in MLB. Unknown catcher using two gloves. Tommy Beals(Outfield/2nd baseman)- .243 hitter who played for the Red Stockings, the Blue Stockings and the White Stockings. Dan Casey(Pitcher)- 96-90 WL record. 3.10 ERA and 743 Strikeouts. Lead the National league in ERA in 1886.