by John S. Hilbert
Not long ago Edward Winter featured Henry Chadwick, "the Father of Baseball," in one of his Chess Notes. (C.N. 8697, released June 27, 2014) Several interesting images of Chadwick and his publications appear there, as well as Chadwick's remarks on the eccentricities of chess players, a group he generally admired and among whom he fondly included himself – at least, when writing about those he respected. Mentioned too is Andrew J. Schiff's "The Father of Baseball": A Biograp...
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