Lancaster Red Roses

The Lancaster Red Roses baseball team, originally known as the Maroons, changed its name at the start of the 1906 season during a bitter match with the York, Pennsylvania-based White Roses. Some sources indicate that the rival teams were named for the opposing factions in England's historic Wars of the Roses. The Lancaster Red Roses played at Stumpf Field, which is still used today by local baseball and softball leagues.

Read more about Lancaster Red RosesEarly Baseball in Lancaster, The First Era, The Second Era, Uniforms, Notable Red Roses

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