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1938 Athenian, Athens Henderson Co. TX Pauline Battles, volley ball, baseball. Orval Browning FFA Livestock judging Pete cornelius Billy Cox Lillian Crabtree Mary Pearl Dean Willie Joe Dean http://www.rootsweb.com/~txhender/1938AHS.htm
Central High School - Dates In Bridgeport History July 19 1909 cornelius Neal ball completes Major League baseballs very firstUnassisted Triple Play. July 21 1903 Roy Neuberger, future founder of the http://bridgeport.ct.schoolwebpages.com/education/components/scrapbook/default.p
Pieces040201 The baseball club awarded a contract to Cuthbert and Co. to grade a ball field . Born cornelius Joseph Brady on March 4, 1897, Brady began his baseball http://www.kypost.com/2001/apr/02/pieces040201.html
Extractions: Hardball at its finest Pieces of the Past column by Jim Reis The traditionof baseball runs strong in Northern Kentucky with the old professional Covington Blue Sox, the Newport Brewers and many semi-pro teams. Often overlooked are the teams from Ludlow. Over the years Ludlow's baseball teams - such as the Ludlow White Sox, the Ludlow Giants and the Ludlow American Legion - would compete annually for local and regional league championships. In fact, in 1875 one Ludlow team played a two-game series against the Cincinnati Reds and a game against the Boston Red Sox. By most accounts, the first baseball team organized in Ludlow was in 1874. The baseball club awarded a contract to Cuthbert and Co. to grade a ball field. The old ball field occupied the site where Caple Park is now located. The ball field, with its ''fine view of the Ohio River,'' was to be ready for use in May 1875. The Ludlow team took on all challengers and traveled, playing in Louisville in May 1875 and throughout Cincinnati.
Extractions: A history of the origins of baseball in Holland, Michigan by Michael Van Beek Events like this help define the rich history of Holland baseball. Although this type of boisterous event in the Holland versus Ionia game proved rather rare, the story of baseball in Holland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries is certainly a tale worth telling. The Holland Sentinel claimed in its obituary of Java VerSchure (one of the early Holland baseball enthusiasts) that Hollands baseball history is a story in itself; in fact, it is outstanding... However, even though this story might be outstanding, the development of baseball in Holland was a problematic matter. Indeed, there were many failed attempts at putting together a successful team and a relating positive baseball atmosphere before anything permanent could be established in Holland in the early 20th century. In fact, the financial support was significant enough that Holland gave birth to many other teams in the 1899 season. A team rather similar to the Holland City Base Ball Club was founded. The City News gave details of several games between the Holland City Base Ball Club and the this newly formed team called the Holland Independents. Apparently, the Independents were not of the same caliber as the Holland City Base Ball Club, because they lost 12-1 in what was called the championship game for the city. Besides the rival games between these two city teams, Holland also witnessed many more recreational games between teams representing different businesses in 1899. In addition to the printers versus cigarmakers game that actually continued throughout the lackluster four year period of baseball before 1899, Holland saw businessmen battle clerks and farmers, and the workers of 7th Street play the workers of 8th Street.
St. Petersburg Times Online: Pasco County News cornelius will face tougher opposition after Bloomer, the staff ace, So Homkoexpects to use as many as four in a game and play small ball on offense. http://www.sptimes.com/2005/02/27/Pasco/Boys_baseball_at_a_gl.shtml
Extractions: GULF COACH: Shaun Wiemer (28-76, fifth season) LAST SEASON: 5-17 KEY LOSSES: Corey Albrecht, OF/P; Ryan Linville, 2B/P. TOP RETURNING PLAYERS: Norberto Navarro, Sr., C/P; Willie Rogers, Sr., SS; Blaise Simon, Sr., 1B/P/OF; Kevin Fagan, Sr., P/1B; Tony Gironda, Sr., DH; Brandon Decker, Jr., 3B; Kyle Trouton, So., P; Cory Paterson, So., CF; Steve Mattia, Jr., 2B/P. TOP NEWCOMERS: Steve Krajnk, Jr., OF/P; Bobby Brunda, Jr., OF. OUTLOOK: If inexperience was a factor in nearly a dozen close losses last season, the Bucs should be much-improved with eight players, including seven starters, back. Five seniors who took their lumps as freshmen and sophomores lead the way. Fagan, who pitched a no-hitter against Zephyrhills as a sophomore, is back at full strength after missing two months last season with a shoulder injury. Navarro should do some spot starting and close games behind Fagan and Trouton. HUDSON COACH: Vince Ferlita (first season)
Baseball Prospectus That Pierre popped the ball in the air and Damion Easley was doubled off secondis almost cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy, aka Connie Mack (18941950) http://www.baseballprospectus.com/article.php?articleid=3917
SWOSU Bulldogs Athletics - Baseball ball Earns Hitter of the Week Honors Dillon ball batted .571 with 10 RBIs inseven games. Baseball April 25. SWOSU. 10. 6. Northeastern State http://www.swosu.edu/athletics/archive/2003/baseball/
Trigon / Roman Ball Games perhaps being very much like a baseball or softball. Trigon is probablythe glass ball game, a reference to a famous player, Ursus, http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/w/x/wxk116/trigon.html
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Extractions: Exclusive Items Pitching Machines Batting Cages Baseball Equipment Baseball Videos "There are three types of baseball players: those who make things happen, those who watch it happen, and those who wonder what happens." - Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda C asey Stengel once said, "You could look it up." This comprehensive players section here at Baseball Almanac allows you to do just that. Biographies of EVERY Major League player (through completion of the 2004 season) in history are accessible using the menu below. Included in each alphabetical section is an easy-to-use list that leads you to a player's year-by-year statistics, career statistics, uniform numbers, salaries, links and miscellaneous items of interest. The Ballplayers A Comprehensive Baseball Player Encyclopedia CLICK HERE Line-Up For Yesterday Player Range Quantity Aar-Alva A is for Alex
CLNYAA Welcomes You Welcome to the cornelius Lake Norman Youth Athletic Association s Web Site Families will now be able to follow your child s baseball or softball season http://www.clnyaa.org/
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Encyclopedia: Washington Redskins Braves Field was a baseball stadium that formerly stood in Boston, Massachusetts . Marcus cornelius Washington (born October 17, 1977) is an American http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Washington-Redskins
Extractions: by Arthur Daley The stranger beamed. Connie beamed. End of story. He leaped to his feet in the dugout and cocked one bony finger in the direction of Rue. And Rue came over to the Old Gentleman at a gallop. Thousands of persons had seen the play, but only one of them, a man 80-odd years old, had seen it correctly. Connie got the name of the umpire wrong, mistaking Joe Rue for Bill Grieve, but he got the play right. Later on, though, he was discovered upbraiding himself for helping out the arbiter.
Extractions: Needless to say, these books and records are full of priceless signatures of Shibes and McGillicuddys, and they help to tell through the corporate dealings a good part of the off-the-field history of the Philadelphia Athletics. Somewhere, we presume, are the minute books of the two American Baseball Club of Philadelphia corporations, the one from 1901, the other 1913, but even without them these artifacts and records tell quite a story themselves. About Us Philadelphia Athletics History Athletics Events
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Extractions: Ivan R. Dee, 2000 Buy the book from Chapter 3 N othing sullies the remembrance of Josh's golden moments as witnessed by fellow Negro-league performers. Buck Leonard remembers a game against Leon Day and the Newark Eagles in which the Grays were behind, 2-1. When a runner got on first, Leonard sacrificed him to second, one of the few times the hard-hitting Leonard ever bunted. Josh could tie the game with a single, so Day bore down on him. He got two strikes past Josh and prepared to set him up for a third. Again, Josh was the kind of hitter, as his teammates insist to this day, who never worried about two strikes on him. He didn't shorten up or widen his stance. He believed he could hit anything in any situation, and simply had the confidence he would. Day wound up and threw a tough two-strike pitch, a fast curveball on the outside of the plate, and Josh nailed it over the scoreboard in center field. It was a blast which not only broke up the ball game but which had people slapping their foreheads in disbelief. "He was that kind of power hitter," Leonard said. "Nobody knows how far that ball went that day." Or the time Jack Marshall saw him commit himself too soon and almost strike out on a sucker pitch. Almost. For as Marshall remembers it, Sonny Cornelius was pitching for the American Giants against the Grays at Victory Field in Indianapolis, Indiana. Cornelius threw Josh a good slow curve and fooled him completely. Josh took his short stride, shifted his weight as much as he ever did, and began his swing. He brought his left arm across his body, but halted the motion at the sight of Cornelius's tantalizing slow curve, let go of the bat with his left hand, and with only his right hand gripping the handle, swatted at the ball as if he were going after a horsefly. The drive carried 375 feet and out of the park. Josh circled the bases, unable to contain a smile; Sonny Cornelius shook his head.