Mustangs Vintage Baseball Club, Farmers Branch
Mustangs Vintage Baseball Club is one of about 8 Vintage Baseball Teams that play according to 1860 rules and customs. As a baseball family, we couldn’t wait to watch them play, and had a great time!
Know Before You Go
Take chairs or blanket to watch the game
Don’t forget sunscreen
They use the same equipment as those players in the 1800’s. They do not use baseball gloves, instead allowing the ball to bounce in front of them. In early 1900, teams began using a baseball “glove” that knocked the ball down, then they would scoop it up.
We first learned about the Vintage Baseball Teams during our tour of Nokona Baseball Glove Factory. The only factory to still make baseball gloves in the US, they offer a tour of their factory on Mondays and Fridays. Click HERE to read more.
The Mustangs play, very appropriately, in Farmers Branch Historical Park, which has several historic homes and cabins, as well as a train depot, caboose and gas station! Please click HERE to read more about this fun park.
The Texas Vintage Baseball League governs the teams. To read more about the rules, and find other Texas teams, click HERE.
Things To Do in Farmers Branch
Escape This is an escape rooms, which are fun ways for the entire family to work together to solve a puzzle! Click HERE to visit their website.
Just minutes away, Historic Downtown Carrollton has plenty of dining choices. Click HERE for more information.
Mustangs Vintage Baseball Club
2540 Farmers Branch Ln, Farmers Branch
Click HERE to visit their website.
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