Google has posted eight new pictures of Borchert Field in its LIFE Magazine photo archive series on "Beer Drinking". Like the earlier photos, they were taken by Frank Scherschel and are dated July 7, 1949.
Most of the new shots are just slightly different looks, taken a second before or after photos we have seen before (if you haven't seen the earlier photos, you may wish to check them out first), but there are some new gems in this batch. This is the single best resource I've found to date for appreciating what attending a game at Borchert Field was really like in the late 1940s.
First up, we have two more shots of this jolly vendor, selling Miller High Life to thirsty fans sitting along the first baseline.
Then we see this couple again, taking in the ballgame with a pair of cold brews:
earlier photo of them was flipped.
Next up are the entirely new views of Borchert Field. From what we can tell, the uncovered stands had metal folding chairs, but patrons in some of the covered sections sat on long benches: