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6/13/2022 Quarrymen featured on Naperville Community Television
NCTV covered Naper Settlement's Hometown Picnic. Click here for the article and video.
7/2/2019 Quarrymen featured in the Daily Southtown!
The Daily Southtown covered the Quarrymen's recent match with the Blue Island Brewmasters. Read all about Lemont's 14-2 win by clicking here.
6/7/2019 Quarrymen in the Suburban Chicago Tribune!
Vintage baseball played with 1858 rules takes the field Sunday at Naper Settlement's Hometown Picnic. Read all about it in the Naperville Sun.
Feel like playing like a kid again but at a slower pace? The Quarrymen are looking for ballists that will strike the apple out of the orchard with their willows. Play baseball according to the rules of 1858. E-mail Jeff Turnbull at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Historical Society at 630-257-2972 if you would like more information about joining the team. You can see more photos and updates of the team on the team's Facebook page.
Home Games at Mount Assisi Field
13900 Main St - Lemont, IL
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Vintage Base Ball is a pastime, with its beginnings and progressions mimicking those that occurred in America over 160 years ago. Teams competing today wear period reproduction uniforms, use period authentic equipment and follow baseball rules from the 19th century in order to accurately present the history of baseball to the public. Matches can be seen almost 12 months out of each year at open-air museums, living history villages, Civil War re-enactments and city parks and is played in over 20 states including Canada.
For more information about Vintage Base Ball, visit https://vbba.org