Albert Goodwill Spalding (Albert Goodwill Spalding)( Designer)
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Biography Albert Goodwill Spalding (Albert Goodwill Spalding)
Albert Goodwill Spalding (Albert Goodwill Spalding), founder of AG. Spalding and Bros., Was born September 2, 1850 in the small village of Byron, that 90 miles west of Chicago. The whole world he is known as the National League baseball pitcher, and thanks to their victories and contribution to the development of the national American game Spalding honor of being immortalized in the Hall of Fame. As submitting Albert debuted when he was 22 years old, and soon became a star baseball. Within 5 years from 1871 he played in 301 game for the team Boston Red Stockings and the Chicago White Sox and won 241 of them. In 1887, together with his brother Walter Spalding, he founded the firm AG. Spalding and Bros. with a capital of just $ 800. The main business of the company has been manufacturing fitness products and accessories for baseball, tennis, soccer and golf. The company quickly gained momentum and opened several stores in the U.S., one of which is located in New York on 5 th Avenue, 520. It is this address later joined the company's logo, but under the name
AG. Spalding and Bros. In addition to sporting goods are produced and accessories for business people, bearing the imprint of the high reputation of the company founder. All of them are of high quality, and for their production often uses natural materials - leather, wood, aluminum.