Dedicated fans display

A display honors some of the more demonstrative baseball fans of yesteryear, such as Harry Thobe, a Cincinnati Reds fan (pictured wearing a boater and holding a megaphone); Lolly Hopkins, known as "Megaphone Lolly," who cheered on the Boston Red Sox and Braves (although she lived in Providence, R.I.); and Pearl Sandow, who seemed always to have a transistor radio as she cheered on the Atlanta Braves for nearly 1,900 games.

( Catharine Hamm / Los Angeles Times )

A display honors some of the more demonstrative baseball fans of yesteryear, such as Harry Thobe, a Cincinnati Reds fan (pictured wearing a boater and holding a megaphone); Lolly Hopkins, known as "Megaphone Lolly," who cheered on the Boston Red Sox and Braves (although she lived in Providence, R.I.); and Pearl Sandow, who seemed always to have a transistor radio as she cheered on the Atlanta Braves for nearly 1,900 games.

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