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Kennett Grey Sox 

The Kennett Square Grey Sox baseball team was one of several all-black community teams that played across the nation during the first half of last century.  They were an organization that pulled the black community together during those years. To read a Philadelphia Inquirer:


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Kennett Baseball 

The Mohicans
July 24, 1875 marks the date that The Mohican Baseball Team was organized.  Eleven years later, the team officially begame an ameteur ball club and became one of the pre-eminent amateur clubs in the state. Players included Mike Grady and Theodore Pennock as well as Herb Pennock who went on to professional baseball fame.  
The Mohican Base Ball Club of Kennett Square is a recently formed club, playing by 1860's rules and wearing uniforms and using equipment of that era as well. 

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2015 Mohican Base Ball Game Schedule

*** All home matches begin at 1 pm unless stated otherwise ***

7-16 & 7-17 (A) Gettysburg

7-24 (A) Rising Sun/Ellicott City

7-30 (H) Elkton/Flemington

 8-6 (A) Diamond State

8-13 (A) Philly

8-20 (H) Rising Sun

8-27 (H) Diamond State

9-10 (H) Harrisburg/West Chester

9-17 & 9-18 (A) Philly @ Navy Yard

9-24 (tbd) Brookland

10-8 (A) West Chester

10-15 (A) End of year event @ Bethpage, NY

in Kennett Square - all day event
Home Field
1804 Newark Road 
Kennett Square PA 19348

"Thus it occurred that a party of gentlemen formed an organization, combining together health, recreation, and social enjoyment, which was the nucleus of the now great American game of Base Ball so popular in all parts of the United States, than which there is none more manly or more health-giving."  - The Book of American Pastimes by Charles A. Peverelly