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  1. San Francisco Seals (Baseball) Players: Lefty Gomez, Lew Burdette, Tommy Bridges, Dutch Ruether, Larry Jansen, Rollie Zeider, Bill Killefer
  2. ABCA/Wilson Lefty Gomez Award.(American Baseball Coaches Association ): An article from: Coach and Athletic Director
  3. Lefty Gomez: Major League Baseball, Pitcher, American League, New YorkYankees, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, Broadwaytheatre, List of Major League Baseball strikeout champions
  4. Mexican American Major League Baseball Players: Ted Williams, Nomar Garciaparra, Evan Longoria, Russ Ortiz, Lefty Gomez, Freddy Sanchez

61. Major League Baseball ERA Leaders
Major League baseball Earned Run Average (ERA) Leaders 1934, lefty gomez, NY,2.33. 1935, lefty Grove, BOS, 2.70. 1936, lefty Grove, BOS, 2.81
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62. - MLB- Budweiser Presents This Week In Baseball
1981, The second baseball strike ended in the early morning hours after 50 days . 1941, New York Yankees pitcher lefty gomez walked 11 St. Louis batters
HOME NFL MLB NBA ... Tickets Budweiser presents this week in baseball Story Tools: Print Email Posted: 2 days ago On September 17th, 1981, Dodger rookie sensation Fernando Valenzuela sets the National League rookie mark with his eighth shutout of the season. The record had been shared by Irv Young (1905), Grover Alexander (1911) and Jerry Koosman (1968). Also this week:
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  • September 11 Year Event Eddie Collins stole six bases for the Philadelphia Athletics as they defeated the Detroit Tigers, 9-7. Collins stole six more in a game on Sept. 22. The Boston Red Sox beat the Chicago Cubs, 2-1, behind the three-hit pitching of Carl Mays to win the World Series in six games. Frank Robinson of the Cincinnati Reds tied a rookie record for home runs in a season with his 38th homer of the year. The blow came off Steve Ridzik of the New York Giants and the Reds went on to an 11-5 victory. The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-4, ending reliever Roy Face's winning streak at 22 games. It was Face's only loss of the season as he finished with an 18-1 record.

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    64. Rare Sports Films - Vintage Baseball Video Sports Auto Racing Events
    1937 baseball SPRING TRAINING NEW YORK YANKEES THE WORLD SERIES the 1937New York Yankees and the World Series, plus a 1953 lefty gomez interview are
    This combination of sound and silent film is now fully narrated to identify players and game situations and begins with a run-down on Spring Training news of 1937. Scenes filmed from various Spring Training camps by professional news photographers show in order: the Pirates at San Bernardino with Manager Pie Traynor, coach Honus Wagner, and pitcher Waite Hoyt. Cubs at Catalina Island with manager Charlie Grimm, pitchers Bill Lee, Curt Davis, Larry French, Tex Carleton, Charlie Root, and catcher Gabby Hartnett. White Sox at Brookside Park, Pasadena, with manager Jimmy Dykes. The Red Sox arrive by train at Sarasota, pitcher Lefty Grove. Boston Bees at Waterfront Park, St. Pete, with manager Bill McKechnie and coach Hank Gowdy. New York Yankees at Miller Huggins Field, St. Pete, with manager Joe McCarthy, Tony Lazzeri, Earle Combs, Lefty Gomez, Monty Pearson, Bill Dickey, George Selkirk, and trainer "Doc" Painter.
    After this 10-minute segment, a piece specifically on the 1937 Yankees is included, showing Yankee Spring Training in more detail and including a brief look at the 1937 World Series. Next is the major part of the 1937 World Series, including pre-game closeups of the managers, celebrities and the two ballparks. (The total World Series footage runs a full 13 minutes.) Fascinating parts include several different views of Joe DiMaggio's first World Series home run (4 different shots show the homer from 4 different angles), the Yankees knocking out Carl Hubbell in game 1, the Giants victory in game 4 and the argument involving umpire Bill Stewart, coach Art Fletcher, McCarthy and Lou Gehrig. Great scenes inside the victorious Yankee locker room show young Joe DiMaggio and veteran Lou Gehrig.

    65. The Forum At - Yankee Player Nicknames
    The Knight of Kennett Square 17. Vernon gomez lefty or El Goofy If this book stitle is The Ultimate Yankee baseball Quiz Book by Dom Forker, I have.
    The Forum at General Baseball Forums PDA View Full Version : Yankee player nicknames Gehrig 11-08-01, 07:37 AM Lets see how many of the following Yankee nicknames you can list:
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    Lefty 6. Joe Page Fireman 7. Larry Berra Yogi 8. Frank Crosetti The Crow 9. Graig Nettles Puff 10. Joe Dugan Jumpin Joe 11. Charlie Keller King Kong 12. Ellsworth Dahlgren Babe 13. Joe Gordon Flash 14. Vic Raschi The Springefield Rifle 15. Johnny Murphy Fireman 16. Herb Pennock The Knight of Kennett Square 17. Vernon Gomez Lefty or El Goofy 18. Ralph Houk The Major 19. Hank Bauer Hamerrin Hank 20. Bob Meusel Long Bob 21. Enos Slaughter Country 22. Atley Donald Swampy 23. George Stirnweiss Snuffy 24. Bill Skowron Moose 25. Jim Bouton Bulldog 26. Spurgeon Chandler Spud 11-08-01, 07:58 AM I should know more than this but . . . #2 Mize was Big Cat I believe #8 Crosetti - Crow (or is that too obvious) #24 Skowron - Moose Gehrig 11-08-01, 08:03 AM

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    67. Kodak Presents - Baseball's 25 Greatest Moments Brought To You By The Sporting N
    4) baseball s first Game of Century , 1933 New York s lefty gomez threw thefirst pitch to Cardinals infielder Pepper Martin in what was billed as
    SELECT A MOMENT 1. The Shot Heard 'Round the World 2. Bill Mazeroski's Home Run 3. Don Larsen's Perfect Game 4. Carlton Fisk Waves It Fair 5. Hank Aaron's 715th Home Run 6. Kirk Gibson's Home Run 7. Mark McGwire Hits No. 62 8. E-3 on Bill Buckner 9. Willie Mays' Catch 10. Enos Slaughter's Mad Dash 11. The "Luckiest Man Alive" Speech 12. Reggie Jackson's Three Homers 13. Willie McCovey Lines Out 14. Bucky Dent's Home Run 15. Roger Maris hits No. 61 16. Joe Carter's Home Run 17. Cal Ripken breaks Gehrig's Streak 18. Brooklyn wins the World Series 19. Haddix's Perfect Loss 20. Pete Rose gets hit No. 4,192 21. Chris Chambliss' Home Run 22. George Brett's Home Run 23. Owen and the Dropped Third Strike 24. Dave Henderson's Home Run 25. Cookie Lavagetto beats Bill Bevens More of the Best: - 25 Greatest Moments Quiz - The Next 10 Moments - All-Star Game Moments - Moments That Changed the Game - Unusual and Unforgettable - Individual Feats
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    With the first pitch of the 1947 season by Brooklyn's Joe Hatten, Robinson took his place in history as the first black major league player in more than six decades. The 28-year-old Robinson, who broke the color barrier in the Dodgers' 5-3 opening day victory over Boston, played first base and went 0-for-3 off Johnny Sain, although he did reach base on an error and scored the winning run. 2) Baseball lights up in Cincinnati, 1935

    68. American Sport Education Program
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    70. BTF's Hall Of Merit Discussion :: Lefty Gomez
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    72. Deco Dog's Ephemera - Baseball
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    1938 WHEATIES AD WITH 12 BASEBALL STARS - JOE CRONIN, LOUIS FETTE, "LEFTY" GOMEZ, JOE MEDWICK, JOE DIMAGGIO, "GABBY" HARTNETT, PAUL WANER, CHARLES GEHRINGER, LUKE SEWELL, CARL HUBBARD, MEL OTT AND BOB FELLER, 10 1/4" x 13 1/2", fine condition with some roughness on the edges and a few missed spots from the printing process #BB29178 $28.00
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    Satchel Paige Ain't no man can avoid being born average, but there ain't no man got to be common.
    Satchel Paige It ain't over till it's over.
    Yogi Berra You observe a lot by watching.
    Yogi Berra My motto was always to keep swinging. Whether I was in a slump or feeling badly or having trouble off the field, the only thing to do was keep swinging.
    Hank Aaron Set your goals high, and don't stop till you get there.
    Bo Jackson The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club won't be worth a dime.
    Babe Ruth Winners make goals, losers make excuses.

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    75. Rich's Weekend Baseball BEAT: The Rocket Vs. Pedro
    It’s essentially the same stat as Total baseball’s Pitching Runs. The stats areadjusted for 6 lefty gomez 1.16 3.34 4.50 7 Greg Maddux 1.16 2.89 4.05 , part of the most valuable network , presents:
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    Baseball Editorials, Analysis, and Talk from Richard Lederer
    October 11, 2003
    The Rocket vs. Pedro
    by Richard Lederer Does It Get Any Better Than This?
    American League Championship Series. New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. Game Three. Series Tied 1-1. Roger Clemens vs. Pedro Martinez . Red Sox aces past and present. Nine Cy Young Awards. Clemens scheduled to pitch at Fenway Park for the last time. Tickets going for more than $1,000 on eBay. A surefire ESPN Sports Classic.
    Clemens and Martinez have faced each other four times in their careers but only once in the postseason. The following is a brief review of their matchups: The first time they went head to head was in the ALCS on October 16, 1999 . Clemens lasted only two-plus innings and allowed five runs on six hits and two walks. Martinez pitched seven scoreless innings and struck out 12 as the Red Sox pummeled their arch rivals 3-1 at Fenway Park. The second head-to-head confrontation took place on May 28, 2000

    76. Rich's Weekend Baseball BEAT: The Grooviest Lefty Of All Time

    According to Don Malcolm of the Big Bad baseball fame in a post on 4.35 4Hoyt Wilhelm 1.24 2.52 3.76 5 Roger Clemens 1.20 3.19 4.39 6 lefty gomez 1.16 , part of the most valuable network , presents:
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    In the first article
    , Rob mentioned that Lefty Grove was rarely allowed to pitch against the Yankees for a stretch in the early 1930s. In the next paragraph, Rob proceeded to write the following: really matter if maybe Lefty Grove was slightly less brilliant than we think he was. Thanks to Retrosheet
    Year GS vs. NYY % GS % vs. NYY 1925 18 4 22.2 18.2 1926 33 7 21.2 31.8 1927 28 5 17.9 22.7 1928 31 7 22.6 31.8 1929 37 5 13.5 22.7 1930 32 2 6.3 9.1 1931 30 3 10.0 13.6 1932 30 4 13.3 18.2 1933 28 4 14.3 18.2 1934 12 1 8.3 4.5 1935 30 3 10.0 13.6 1936 30 7 23.3 31.8 1937 32 5 15.6 22.7 1938 21 4 19.0 18.2 1939 23 4 17.4 18.2 1940 21 2 9.5 9.1 1941 21 2 9.5 9.1 Total 457 69 15.1 18.4
    Hall of Famers Galore There was one particular game in which Grove started against the Yankees that is worth delving into in more detail.

    77. Encyclopedia: Triple Crown (baseball)
    In baseball, the Triple Crown refers to. A batter who (at season s end) leadsthe league in three major lefty gomez, NYA, 1937, 2.33, 21, 194

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    Updated 30 days 14 hours 22 minutes ago. Other descriptions of Triple crown (baseball)
    In baseball , the Triple Crown refers to: Baseball is a team sport, in which a fist-sized ball is thrown by a defensive player called a pitcher and hit by an offensive player called a batter with a round, smooth stick called a bat. ...
  • A batter who (at season's end) leads the league in three major categories home runs runs batted in , and batting average A pitcher who (at season's end) leads the league in three major categories earned run average , victories, and strikeouts
  • The Major League Triple Crown is to be distinguished from the American League and National League Triple Crowns. To win the Major League Triple Crown, the player must lead the entire majors in each of the three categories and not just his individual league, making the Major League Triple Crown significantly more difficult to attain. The last player to win the Major League triple crown in hitting was

    78. Historic Baseball : The History Of Major League Baseball's All-Star Game
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    Let us know what you think! Click here to take HistoricBaseball's survey All Star Games: 1991-present All-Star Game: Baseball's best take the field during the annual All-Star Game. Here's a year-by-year look at the game:. - The first All-Star Game is held at Comiskey Park in Chicago. That inaugural contest drew more than 49,000 fans and featured Babe Ruth, Lefty Grove, Jimmie Foxx, Lou Gehrig, Gabbie Hartnett and Pie Traynor. The AL won the game, 4-2, and fans were treated to home runs by Ruth and Frankie Frisch. Rick Ferrell started at catcher for the American League and played all nine innings, keeping Mickey Cochrane and Bill Dickey on the bench. Lineup for the
    1934 All-Star Game
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    - Of the 18 starters in the contest, only one, the Braves' Wally Berger, did not make it into baseball's Hall of Fame. .The AL wins the game, 9-7. Carl Hubbell struck out Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Al Simmons and Joe Cronin consecutively. Frankie Frisch said, of the effort, "I could play second base 15 more years behind that guy. He doesn't need any help." - Hank Greenberg had accumulated 101 runs batted in by the All-Star break, but he didn't make the All-Star team. The Detroit slugger would have been considered third at first base in the American League. Lou Gehrig started for the American League at first and played the entire game. Jimmie Foxx, the other first baseman for the AL, played the game at third base. Lefty Gomez becomes the first pitcher to win two All-Star games.

    79. Rob Neyer - Baseball Dynasties Article
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    Robert Creamer’s biography of Babe Ruth is certainly one of the best baseball books, and Creamer unflinchingly explores the subject of Ruth’s legendary sexual prowess. Home Run Baker played with Ruth in New York for a couple of seasons, and he thus ends up a peripheral character in this discussion. According to Creamer, There were inevitable stories that Ruth was exceptionally well equipped sexually, and a male nurse who took care of him in his terminal illness was impressed by the size of Ruth’s genitals. But apparently any abnormality in size then was a product of illness. One teammate, asked if Ruth had an exceptionally big penis, frowned a little as he searched his memory and shook his head. "No," he said. "It was normal size, judging from locker room observation. Nothing extraordinary. Del Pratt’s was. And Home Run Baker’s. My God, you wouldn’t believe Home Run Baker’s. It looked like it belonged to a horse ..." Hmmm, makes you wonder if Frank "Home Run" Baker didn’t have another nickname, one that would have made sense only to his teammates and closest family.

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