#Shortstops: Covering the Bases
What might be surprising, however, is that on many of those bases – especially from MLB games – is the name of Jack Corbett, who was a professional ballplayer himself back in the early 1900s.
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So, the next time you are watching a Major League Baseball game, keep a close eye on the bases. If the television cameras get in close enough, you might just see “HOLLYWOOD BASES, JACK CORBETT, SCHUTT SPORTS” and have a better idea about the man behind those bases.
Cassidy Lent is the manager of reference services at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum