Babe Ruth had been coming to Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, since his first training camp in 1915, so it was no surprise that the Bambino was in town on March 5, 1922 when he entered into contract negotiations with Colonel T. Huston, the co-owner of the New York Yankees. Ruth was coming off the […]
Some Points About a Famous Resort for Ball Players by One Who Has Been There Many Times. The following article first appeared in Sporting Life, an American weekly newspaper that in 1890 had the largest circulation of any sporting or baseball newspaper. The article appeared in the April 12, 1890 issue and was written by […]
Dedicated to the Many Scores of Baseball Luminaries Who Trained & Played in Hot Springs, Arkansas, from the 1880’s through the 1950’s – in Baseball’s Golden Age.
Musical Slide-Show History of Negro Leagues Baseball in Hot Springs, Arkansas – “The Birthplace of Spring Baseball” by Frank Wilson & Tim Reid.
Browns camp was once host to as many as four clubs. From an article written by Dick Farrington in 1942. “The expected convergence of the Browns and Pirates from California on Hot Springs, Arkansas, as a training site, will find them treading ground where many of the great players of the past flashed their spikes.” […]