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Mar 19, 2024

[Answer] 2. New York: Where is the "Birthplace of Baseball"? (Hint: Abner Doubleday)

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...1. Florida 2. Cooperstown 3. Schenectady 4. Troy Although Abner Doubleday has been discredited with being the 'inventor' of baseball, his name lingers on a symbol of the game's early beginnings. Cooperstown is the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame and attracts about 400,000 visitors a year. Schenectady was the birthplace of General Electric, regarded as the second largest company in the world and employing over 300,000. Thomas Edison moved his operation to Schenectady in 1890 and through merger with other companies became GE and Schenectady became the "Electric City". Orlando Montague wanted a clean white shirt. The shirts were clean except for the collar. According to legend, his wife cut off his collars so he could have a clean collar on demand. From 1820 for nearly a century, Troy produced shirts with detachable collars until they ran out of fashion as the buggy whip and the covered wagon. It still calls itself the "Collar City". Florida claims to be the "Onion Capital of the World" but so does Elba, NY. And Middleburg, Ohio. And Vidalia, Georgia.

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