Behind the scenes
- The Boston Beaneaters were indeed the National League baseball team in 1897, and did win the league pennant after a late season set of games put them two games ahead of the Baltimore Orioles . The Beaneaters were renamed the Boston Braves in 1912, and, after being relocated two times, are now the Atlanta Braves.
- "Pee Wee" was the well-known nickname for baseball Hall of Famer Harold "Pee Wee" Reese, who played for the Dodgers between 1940 and 1958.
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