A group of old-timers, led by a 58-year-old manager considered by many to be a has been, they
were belittled and ridiculed by their big city rivals across the bay. Few but their staunchest
supporters gave Casey Stengel's "Nine Old Men" any chance to win the championship
which had eluded Oakland fans for 21 years. Yet, in that memorable 1948 season, this team
without a single league leader in any category made baseball history.
You are about to take a journey back in time. See the pictures, hear the sounds, and read the
stories of baseball's Pacific Coast League as it was in the 1940s and '50s. Meet the legendary