ebbet

ebbet

(ˈɛbɪt)
n
a type of newt
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The classic image, called Lunch atop a Skyscraper, by Charles C Ebbet, was also copied by London construction workers building a 46-floor tower in 2011.
Attending mid-summer races there is akin to walking into an updated Ebbets Field.
The Dodgers' financial outlook was rosier, but Ebbets Field had just 32,000 seats and, like the Polo Grounds, lacked adequate parking for the team's growing suburban fan base.
A far cry from Ebbets Field, the intimate home of the Brooklyn Dodgers in the highly urban neighborhood of Flatbush, Dodger Stadium is nestled just north of downtown, providing fans with a stunning view of the San Gabriel Mountains to the north.
Then he won fame in television's infancy as the creator and host of Happy Felton's Knothole (or, Knot-Hole) Gang-a kiddie-oriented television program broadcast live from Ebbets Field.
Vin Scully began his career in 1950 at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn for "Dem Bums.
In the fall of 1932, the Mailer family--Barney and Fanny, and their children, Norman (who turned ten the following January), and Barbara (six in April)--moved from Flatbush, to another section of Brooklyn, Crown Heights, a middle-class Jewish neighborhood about a mile from Ebbets Field and Prospect Park.
Written in an engaging style for general readers who are fans of baseball history, this book looks at the history of the Brooklyn Dodgers in nine innings (chapters) from their beginning to their end (as with most diehard fans, this writer marks it with the move of the team to Los Angeles, and the destruction of Ebbets Field in 1960).
In 1913, the first game was played at Ebbets Field, the newly built home of the Brooklyn Dodgers, who lost to the Philadelphia Phillies, 1-0.
com)-- Ebbets Field Flannels, known for their authentic historic baseball wear, introduces its Vintage Gridiron football jerseys, a limited production line of finely knit shirts inspired by early 20th century American football teams.
His breaths came back as the man told him about the 1955 Series and then his first game in the bigs at Ebbets Field, how his hands wouldn't even stop shaking enough for him to pray in the bathroom stall.