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This is for players of the San Francisco Seals minor league baseball team, who played in the Pacific Coast League from 1903-1957.
Al Wright (second baseman)
Bill Evans (1940s pitcher)
Bill Henderson (pitcher)
Bill Jackson (baseball)
Bill Lawrence (baseball)
Bill Massey (baseball)
Bill Moriarty (baseball)
Bob Jones (third baseman)
Bob Joyce (baseball)
Bob Smith (pitcher born 1931)
Charlie Smith (pitcher)
Chick Autry (first baseman)
Deacon Van Buren
Del Young (infielder)
Dick Egan (infielder)
Don White (baseball)
Eric Erickson (baseball)
Frank Barnes (right-handed pitcher)
Frank Miller (baseball)
George McAvoy (baseball)
George Wheeler (pitcher)
Grover Gilmore (baseball)
Harl Maggert (1910s outfielder)
Harry Howell (baseball)
Jack Burns (second baseman)
Jack Coffey (baseball)
Jack Dalton (baseball)
Jack Gilligan (baseball)
Jack Phillips (first baseman)
Jesse Baker (pitcher)
Jim Miller (infielder)
Jim Scott (pitcher)
Jimmy O'Connell (baseball)
Joe Kelly (1910s outfielder)
John Campbell (baseball)
John Kane (outfielder)
John O'Neil (baseball)
Ken Richardson (baseball)
Mike Fitzgerald (outfielder)
Tom Leahy (baseball)
Tom Raftery (baseball)
Wally Hood (pitcher)
Walter Schmidt (baseball)
History Of The San Francisco Giants (San Francisco Seals)
The San Francisco Seals were a minor league baseball team in San Francisco, California that played in the Pacific Coast League from 1903 until 1957 before tr...
The Old Pacific Coast League: 1946 Promotional Film.
This old film lay dormant on a shelf in the closet of a television studio for several decades until recently rediscovered by Alan O'Connor and Bill Shubb. It...
"Last Of The Seals" Book Trailer by Greg Messel
The year is 1957 in San Francisco. Sam Slater is a lifetime minor league baseball player for the San Francisco Seals. The Seals have just one more season lef...
1919 - San Francisco Welcomes Troops Home
A military parade up Market Street and rare shots of inside Recreation Park, home of San Francisco Seals baseball team. Shots of long-time mayor James Rolph,...
San Francisco Seals v. Sacramento Solons 1956
Former major league baseball manager John McNamara leads the Sacramento Solons against the San Francisco Seals in these restored home movies. Johnny Mac is t...
Barbara Manning (S.F. Seals) - Dock Ellis
The official video from Barbara Manning's SF Seals EP, "Baseball Trilogy" (c) 1993, on Matador Records. Dock Ellis pitched in the major leagues with distinct...
Barbara Manning (S.F. Seals) - Still?
The official video for "Still?" from the album 'Nowhere,' (c) 1994 Matador Records. Written by Barbara Manning and J.C. Hopkins. SF Seals' video for Dock Ell...
[MLB] TOKYO GIANTS godparent, Lefty O'Doul 東京巨人名付け親 レフティ・オドール
It is the godparent of the Yomiuri giants. I visit Japan four times to Japan. 1931 first Japan-U.S. baseball game; Player. 1934 second Japan-U.S. baseball ga...
San Francisco Seals 1961-62 season
Minor pro ice hockey left San Francisco in 1950 when the Shamrocks folded and returned in the Fall of 1961 with the San Francisco Seals of the Western Hockey...
HOU@DET: Barnes' amazing grab seals Astros' win
5/15/13: Brandon Barnes tracks Miguel Cabrera's deep fly ball to the wall and makes the catch to give Astros the win and Jose Veras the save Check out http:/...
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