The Dairymen play primarily by the rules of 1895, which are easily recognizable as modern baseball. Yet, the philosophy and atmosphere are what set us apart from the modern game. To wit: Games are competitive, yet collegial. There is no "World Series" or league standings, although regional rivalries abound. Our club contains three sets of brothers. The umpire is always address as "Sir."
At its core, the vintage game is a chance for local ballplayers and their families to gather for an afternoon of community and competition in the sunshine. We leave the rest--the egos, names on jerseys, and charging for admission--to the professionals