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  1. Frappeur Désigné Des Ligues Majeures de Baseball: Jason Giambi, Travis Hafner, Harold Baines, Edgar Martínez, Jason Kubel, Dave Parker (French Edition)

81. - Orioles/baseball
Major League baseball AllTime Statistics *** (Complete through August 1, Banks 1636 Willie Stargell 475 harold baines 1628 Stan Musial 475 Goose Goslin

82. Sample Chapter For Schell, M.J.: Baseball's All-Time Best Hitters: How Statistic
Sample Chapter for baseball s AllTime Best Hitters How Statistics Can Level Thus 10 active players (as of spring 1998) are included harold baines,
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Baseball's All-Time Best Hitters:
How Statistics Can Level the Playing Field
Michael J. Schell
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Reviews Table of Contents Class Use and other Permissions . For more information, send e-mail to This file is also available in Adobe Acrobat PDF format Introduction IN THE DUGOUT Never did I expect that writing this book would lead me into the San Diego Padres dugout. On July 28, 1997, however, two hours before that evening's game against the Philadelphia Phillies, there I was! Tony Gwynn had just returned his Louisville Slugger to the bat rack after batting practice. "Tony!I'm Michael Schell," I called out. Tony Gwynn, the 7-time batting champion from the San Diego Padres, turned toward me and replied, "Sooooyou're the guy!" A month earlier I had sent a press release to the media relations people at the Padres saying that Gwynn was on the verge of clinching his standing as the best pure hitter in baseball history. A week earlier I had sent him a congratulatory note after he got the clinching hit. Two days before, sportswriter Wayne Lockwood presented my findings in the San Diego Union-Tribune "I'll talk with you in a minute," Gwynn added as he headed to chat with some early-bird fans that he knew.

83. 1981 Topps Baseball Cello Box - Dave And Adam's Card World
1981 Topps baseball Cello Box (baines,Scioscia,Gibson,Raines Rookies!) Kirk Gibson, and harold baines, the second year card of Rickey Henderson,

84. Appleton Baseball Hall Of Fame Inductees
Here are the members of the Appleton baseball Hall of Fame. harold baines.Outfielder. Appleton Foxes (1977). baines was the first overall selection of the
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Here are the members of the Appleton Baseball Hall of Fame: Harold Baines Outfielder Appleton Foxes (1977) Baines was the first overall selection of the 1977 draft and then went on to hit .261 with five home runs for the Foxes that year. He made his major league debut in 1980 and is considered one of the top players in White Sox history. A six-time all-star, Baines appeared in the World Series in 1990 as a member of the Oakland Athletics. He has a career batting average of .289 with 2,855 hits. Kevin Bell Third baseman John Boles Manager Appleton Foxes (1983) Britt Burns Pitcher Appleton Foxes (1978) Burns was part of a 1978 Foxes squad that finished 101-40 and captured the Midwest League championship. In six games with the Foxes, he recorded 28 strikeouts, walked just two and wound up 3-2 with a 2.40 ERA. Burns pitched eight seasons for the Chicago White Sox and had a career strikeout to walks ratio greater than two to one. In 1981, Burns was named to the American League All-Star team despite being 22 years old. He finished with 70 career victories and eventually had to retire due to injuries. Dean Chance Pitcher Fox Cities Foxes (1960)

85. Chicago White Sox History - Major League Baseball Tickets
Chicago White Sox, professional baseball team and one of five teams in the Leading the team were sluggers harold baines, Carlton Fisk, Ron Kittle,
HOME TICKETS SCHEDULE PLAYERS ... TEAM HISTORY Chicago White Sox Baseball History Chicago White Sox, professional baseball team and one of five teams in the Central Division of the American League (AL). Originally called the White Stockings, the team plays at Comiskey Park in Chicago, Illinois, and wears uniforms of white, black, and silver.
The White Sox won the West Division in 1993 and led the newly formed Central Division in 1994, when a players’ strike ended the season prematurely. In 1983 Chicago had ended a 24-year playoff drought by winning the West Division. Leading the team were sluggers Harold Baines, Carlton Fisk, Ron Kittle, and Greg Luzinski, and pitchers Rich Dotson and LaMarr Hoyt, who both won 20 games. Before 1983 the team’s last postseason appearance came in 1959, with a squad featuring Luis Aparicio, Nellie Fox, and Early Wynn.
Chicago fielded several powerful teams during the early 1900s, winning World Series championships in 1906 and 1917. But the club’s success was marred soon afterward by the most infamous affair in major league history—the Black Sox scandal. Shoeless Joe Jackson and seven teammates were banned from baseball for life for their role in throwing the 1919 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds.

86. WSI's FLYINGSOCK.COM.  Chicago White Sox Coverage With Totally Biased Attitude!
Designated Hitter harold baines. harold was an excellent right fielder, One of the greatest pitchers in baseball. Had he played with some decent teams
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by Hal Vickery
As this column is printed, the one hundredth season of White Sox baseball is about to begin. It has been rumored that Sox fans will have the opportunity to pick the Sox All-Century Team this season, and this web site already has a White Sox Hall of Fame, but one advantage of having the opportunity to write a column is to be able to write about whatever one wishes. And it just so happens that my wish right now is to take a look the best Sox players of the club's first century. Friends from Brian Crawford's White Sox Mailing List are free to flame me for making different selections in some areas than I did a year or so ago. This list could change tomorrow as I ponder it more. After all, I'm just a fan, not a baseball expert. I have minimal knowledge of sabermetrics and exotic statistics. And tomorrow Mule Haas may look more appealing in right field than today's choice. This is first and foremost a fan's list, as an All-Century Team should be.
Another nice thing about writing your own column is that you get to make up your own ground rules when you make selections like this, and here are mine. The first team, published this week, will consist of eight position players plus a designated hitter. All players will be selected by their primary position, including outfielders. (None of this unrealistic equalization of all three outfield positions for me!) The second team, published next week, will be chosen the same way. The pitching staff will consist of five starters and one relief pitcher. The second string pitching staff will be selected in the same way.

87. | Dallas-Fort Worth | Sports Network: Baseball
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88. / Sports / Baseball / MLB
Major League baseball AllTime Statistics *** (Complete through August 3, Banks 1636 Willie Stargell 475 harold baines 1628 Stan Musial 475 Goose Goslin

89. The Baseball Guru - Sadaharu Oh And Cooperstown, Part II, By Jim Albright
harold baines, 812. Frank Robinson, 806. Billy Williams, 803 In fact, Mr.McNeil’s book baseball s Other Stars has Oh as the third best first baseman of
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Sadaharu Oh and Cooperstown, Part II
III. Statistical Analysis
A. My projection You have now entered the section of the discussion of Sadaharu Oh some will dismiss as pure fantasy. If you are one of the folks who do not believe it is possible to project what a player would do in the major leagues from his performance in another league, you may want to skip this section entirely. We will use projections because they place the accomplishments for a player from a non-major league situation into a readily understood context, namely major league performance. Once we enter such a readily understood context, it is easier to get a reasonable fix on the quality of the player. here which is here The data and analysis contained therein is interesting, but it does approach the level of estimates of estimates. hits doubles triples homers walks
Games AB Hits HR TB walks avg OBP Slg I find it most interesting that this projection closely resembles a) his actual performance in exhibitions against major leaguers, and b) the anecdotal assessments major leaguers made of him. Player Name Similarity Score Reggie Jackson Eddie Murray Willie McCovey Mel Ott Harold Baines Frank Robinson Billy Williams Dave Winfield Tony Perez Mickey Mantle Ernie Banks here The comparison of the composite and the Oh projection are below: G AB H HR BB avg OBP Slg Composite Oh Projection
Another use for the list of most similar players is to look at how many of them are in Cooperstown. The list has 10 men already in the Hall, and one who is not yet eligible. Seven of those already in were first ballot selections, and it is likely Ott would have been also except that he came up for consideration when they were still catching up with the greats from earlier times. Baines

90. Talking Baseball And Politics With George W. Bush - June 5, 2000 Talking baseball and politics with George W. Bush Rangers mainacquisition from the Chicago White Sox was veteran slugger harold baines. Editions myCNN Video ... Feedback
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91. / Sports / Baseball / MLB
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92. The Baseball Oracle (finding 6 Degrees)
Minnie Minoso played with harold baines for the 1980 Chicago White Sox. harold bainesplayed with Heathcliff Slocumb for the 1999 Baltimore Orioles

93. Mike's Baseball Rants: Lord, Nelson! 'Cause He's Once, Twice, Three Times A Mari
Mike s baseball Rants. This is my site with my opinions, but I hope that, The others are Bobo Newsom (Browns and Senators) and harold baines (O’s and , part of the most valuable network , presents:
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This is my site with my opinions, but I hope that, like Irish Spring, you like it, too.
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by Mike Carminati Jeff Nelson signed a minor-league contract with Seattle on Monday.
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The 1986 and career statistics were taken from The 1987 baseball Encyclopedia -harold baines 570 169 21 72 88 38 7 3754 1077 140 492 589 263 A W Chi.
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95. Major League Baseball Official Info
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96. Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox Team
Team ranks among baseball s alltime leaders in games played (15th), 9 is harold baines Day in St. Michaels. Managerial/Coaching Career

97. Pro Baseball Coverage For Greenville From Reflector.
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98. Major League Baseball History All-Star Game Recaps
harold baines. George Bell. Wade Boggs. Dwight Evans. Tony Fernandez. Rickey Henderson.Tom Henke. Jay Howell. Bruce Hurst+. Terry Kennedy. Mark Langston

99. Major League Baseball Transactions Major League Baseball
harold baines harold baines, DH, was activated from the 15day DL. Colorado RockiesRandey Dorame RHP Randey Dorame removed from the 40-man roster,

100. - Page2 - Readers: Worst Deadline Trades
Page 2 s readers pick the 10 worst baseball deadline trades of all time. Rangers deal Sosa, Alvarez and Fletcher to White Sox for harold baines and Fred
Readers: Worst deadline trades
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Earlier this week, Page 2 listed its choices for the 10 worst baseball deadline trades of all time , but as usual, we wanted your take. Curt Schilling's no longer with the Astros, but his dominating form continues to anger O's fans. We received more than 425 e-mails, proving that haste makes waste. Here is how Page 2 readers ranked MLB's worst deadline trades in history. Note that this excludes plenty of bad deals made in the offseason, such Cleveland sending Brian Giles to Pittsburgh for Ricard Rincon. We had to eliminate those votes, of course. Be sure to vote in the poll at right to crown the worst deal of them all. 1. Orioles send Curt Schilling, Pete Harnisch and Steve Finley to Astros for Glenn Davis (53 letters)
You want free drinks in Baltimore? All you have to do is start a conversation complaining about Glenn Davis. It's like visiting Boston, bumping into The Sports Guy and saying, "Roger Clemens is a bum." Next thing you know, the whole bar is buying your rounds for the rest of the night. The O's sent Steve Finley, Pete Harnisch and Curt Schilling (yes

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