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Ogden Reds (Baseball team)

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Frank Robinson Baseball Collection

Identifier: MS-230

This collection contains photographs and baseball cards of Hall of Famer Frank Robinson. In 1956, Robinson played for the Ogden Reds championship team. He went on to play for Cincinnati, Baltimore, Cleveland, and California. He is currently the manager of the Montreal Expos.

Dates: 1956

Jack Dempsey Photograph

Identifier: P-246

Writing on the back of the photograph: “Jack Dempsey. Center, former world’s heavyweight champion was principal speaker at the ‘welcome home’ party of the Ogden Reds tossed at Hotel Ben Lomond April 24, 1952. Dee Moore, former major leaguer, manager of the Ogden Club is shown at the left with Steve Messner, former major and minor league infielder at the right. Messner will play third base for Ogden. Two hundred attended the dinner.”

Dates: 1952

Ogden Reds Team Photographs

Identifier: P-092

This collection contains copies of the Ogden Reds Team Photographs from 1939, 1948-1955. Almost all of the players are identified, with 1939 and 1948 showing the players real signatures. Included is the 1953 championship team featuring a young Frank Robinson. The first 10 photographs were given by Stephanie and Darrell Westcott.

Dates: 1939 - 1955

Ogden, Utah Baseball Collection

Identifier: P-043

Baseball cards and posters of players who, at some time, played for an Ogden, Utah baseball league. Items are filed alphabetically by surname of individuals. Donated by John Sillito, 1999.

Dates: 1950 - 2010

Oral History Cassette Tapes

Identifier: MS-223

Joe McCune, Nick Williams and Reed Baily "Partial History of Early Days of Baseball"

A. Russell Croft "Bernard DeVoto"

Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

The Ogden, Utah Baseball Collection

Identifier: MS-123

Correspondence, memorabilia, newspaper articles, photographs, and rosters pertaining to Ogden, Utah's professional baseball team, The Ogden Reds. Donated by Reed Swenson.

Dates: 1939 - 1959