Deep River Grinders of Hobart, IN
The Deep River Grinders play Base Ball according to the rules of the 1858. At mid nineteenth century, base ball was an amateur game played by distinguished gentlemen. The Grinders, umpire, and tally keeper can all be found in period attire. The game the Grinders play is similar to the game played today, with some notable differences.
The Deep River Grinders play their home games on Grinder Field at historic Deep River County Park.
The Deep River Grinders are charter members of Vintage Base Ball Association whose mission and purpose shall be to perserve, perpetuate, and promote the game of base ball as it was played during its formative years in the mid-nineteenth century and other historic eras.
Thanks to the cranks for their loyal support and attendance at the game.
Our 19th season! Huzzah!