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The national pastime of times past
The national pastime is honored in Loudon County, Va., as the Potomac Nine and the Elkton Eclipse play 1860s-era baseball.
Potomac Nine pitcher J.D. "Buckeye" Almond, of Marshall, Va., gives a high five to Gene "Pop" Meacham, of Bowie, after their 5-4 win over the Elkton Eclipse during the Loudoun Preservation Society's 19th Century Baseball Day at the Oatlands, in Leesburg, Va., Sunday, June 12, 2011. Almond said this is his fourth year playing in the league. He said he took up vintage baseball after playing in independent minor leagues and blowing out his knee. (Drew Angerer/The Washington Times)
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