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Well a groom can be a guy who tends to horses. Mayhem must have ensued over the confusion.
Eyeballing Brickyard Kennedy...so between 1895 and 1896, Brooklyn went from 'Grooms' to 'Bridegrooms'. Setting aside that these are both incredibly silly names for a baseball team, was this an official change or just something weird in the database? Please don't tell me there was a meeting in the winter of 1895 where someone said "Yeah, Grooms is great but it's not on-the-nose enough. Let's make it Bridegrooms".
Is there any difference between hitting a ball on the seams vs. a smooth part? I'm guessing the rise of the seams is a negligible factor considering the force with which the bat hits the ball but I wasn't terribly good at physics.
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