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L-R: ? Byrd, ? Brown, ?, Walter McLin, ? Davis, ? Jacoby, ? Watson, ? Mabry, Perez McDougall, John Hamlin, ? Gramling, Guyte P. McCord, ? Williamson.
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Player standing 3rd from left is Maury Blalock of Madison Florida.
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The camp was created in 1909 as a Florida National Guard base, then taken over and expanded by the Federal government in September 1917 for use as an army quartermaster training camp.
It was renamed Camp J. Clifford R. Foster after World War I. The baseball team won the goat.
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"This baseball team set a new record for consecutive scoreless innings, 52."
1. Steve Jenkins, 2. Tom Gowan, 3. C. Daugherty, 4. Lefty Ellisington, 5. Ben Craft, 6. Chappie, 7. Manager Ritch, 8. Tex Hayes, 9. Robert Fritz, 10. Bob Harrison, 11. W. Jabolonsky, 12. Robert Walton.
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Front row, left to right: George Coe, George Suber, Willie F. Randolph, Carl Morton, B. Frances Bloodworth, Ivan Truman, Ed Hiles, Rex Buzzett.
Back row, left to right: Ned Porter, Richard Porter, Fred Richards, Joe Hiles, Bill Owens, J.J. "Buddy" Teague, George Hiles, J. Johnstons, Dick Porter.
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Back row, L-R: Chappal; McKinstry; Spencer; Layton; Morrow; Harris.
Middle row: McPheron; Ford, Homer A.; McElwaine.
Front row: Carrol, Tom M.; Lassiter; Wallace, Harvey; Bogy, Brian; Liddion; Graham, Lee.
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"Coast Defense Station, baseball team that won Y.M.C.A. championship."
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1948 East Coast Champs.
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"Jubilant members of the Florida State University baseball team celebrate after winning the final game Sunday of the NCAA Atlantic Regional baseball tournament 6-5 over the University of Alabama. The win entitles FSU to participate in the College World Series in Omaha."