Ed Tanner may never have seen the "Big Leagues," but he thrilled fans in Western New York for decades.
Ice skating and other winter sports were popular in Delaware Park in the early 20th century.
Technical High School, or "Tech" as it was called, was one of a number of vocational high schools built in the early 20th century.
We continue our spring look at the nation’s pastime by sharing some 90-year old photos of Buffalo’s high school teams.
Many sporting events around the country were shut down during World War II, but those that continued provided a much-needed diversion from the war, while providing small towns like Lockport with a glimpse at future big league talent.
Before the Sabres, the Bills and even the Braves, Buffalo rallied behind another group of all-stars: the turn-of-the-century Buffalo Germans basketball team.
As this winter's snow melts and sunshine returns to the area, our thoughts move to the National Pastime. We take a look at some lesser-known big leaguers who left their mark on baseball in the late-19th and early-20th centuries.