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Fresno High School Baseball Team


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Fresno High School has been the baseball birthplace of many of the game’s great players like Hubert “Dutch” Leonard, a phenomenal player for the Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers who played for the 1910-1911 Fresno High Warriors, as well as Hall of Famers Frank Chance and Tom Seaver. Fresno High School’s 1906 varsity team, pictured here, included pitcher Cuyler H. Leonard, older brother of “Dutch.” Early twentieth-century Fresno High School teams would have competed against teams from other towns throughout Fresno County such as the fierce Coalinga Union High School team pictured here. Although Fresno High School’s 1906 all-black uniforms seem rather simple, they stand out beyond the traditional white “home” and gray “away” uniforms and were similar to the imposing all-black uniforms of the Reedley Deneens sponsored team