The Great American Pastime: Warrenville Cyclones

In collaboration with the Warrenville Friends of the Fourth, the Historical Society is honoring the Warrenville Cyclones, our hometown team that played baseball from 1920 to the mid 1950s.

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Staring Sunday, June 23rd, Cyclone materials will be on display at the Warrenville Historical Museum & Art Gallery, located at 3S530 Second Street.  This exhibit will run through October and can be seen during our open hours of Wednesdays and Sundays from noon-4pm June-August, and Sundays from noon-4pm September-May.  We are your community museum and always free! Please enjoy these pieces of Cyclone history and we hope to see you at the Museum soon!

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Published in: on June 19, 2013 at 12:01 pm  Comments (3)  
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  1. I was looking at the picture of the Warrenville Cyclones.You have listed that Bill Stafford is in the picture. He was My Mother’s Brother and she said that he Never played ball and that was a generation before Bill. You might want to correct it

    Cindy Lee

    Beverly Stafford Lee

    • I’m very sorry about that mistake, we are correcting it right now. Thank you for letting us know.

  2. My dad talked about those guys. That’s neat. I will show him that pic. Ps my father has old warrenville ball caps from the 50’s early 60’s from when he played.


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