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81. Baseball Digest: Statistical Analysis - Players - Illustration
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82. Men And Disability
Gallaudet University to Name baseball Field in Honor of William dummy hoy to commemorate the dedication of William dummy hoy baseball Field.
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    A country and western version by Mark Wells from Wish You Were Here was up for country song of the year 1999. His slightly different version appears below. I'm a little boy with glasses The one they call a geek A little girl who never smiles 'Cause I've got braces on my teeth And I know how it feels To cry myself to sleep I'm that kid on every playground Who's always chosen last A single teenage mother Tryin' to overcome my past You don't have to be my friend But is it too much to ask?

83. Diamond Legends - Baseball's Past Comes Alive (k)
dummy hoy, $63000, L/R, CF, 18881902. Cy Seymour, $63000, L/L, CF/LHS, 1896-1913.Clint Thomas NeL, $63000, R/R, CF, -. Gorman Thomas, $63000, R/R, CF/DH

84. 1901 Chicago White Sox Statistics -
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Scored 819 runs, Allowed 631 runs. Pythagorean W-L
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85. Oshkosh Northwestern
William Ellsworth “dummy” hoy changed baseball forever as the first deafmutemajor league baseball player, resulting in the creation of hand signals as a
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Damage from the 1885 tornado that hit Oshkosh
Three parts of the city were devastated by a tornado on July 8, 1885. Areas severely damaged included 16th Street near Lake Winnebago, New York Avenue and areas along the Fox River. Buildings on the four corners of 16th and Oregon were destroyed, and small crowds gathered in awe at the sight of the home of Frank Marcus, whose home was blown upside down. Numerous barns and homes were damaged on the south side. The fairgrounds on the corner of Jackson and Murdock streets were destroyed, and most businesses along the Fox River sustained major damage. First deaf man in baseball plays on Oshkosh team Hoy was born May 23, 1862, in Houcktown, Ohio. He became deaf due to illness as a toddler. Hoy graduated with highest honors and was valedictorian of his class in the School for the Deaf at Columbus, Ohio, in 1879. He married Anna Maria Lowrey in 1898. At 5 feet, 5 inches tall, and weighing 155 pounds, Hoy was a small man but earned respect for his speed and strong throwing arm. His career began in 1886 when he was chosen to play for the Oshkosh team of the Northwestern League by manager Billy Harrington. When Oshkosh lost its professional team in 1888, Hoy went on to play in the National League, the Players Strike League and the American Association ending his career in 1902 with Los Angeles of the Pacific Coast Minor League.

86. No. 3-September 1997
Faxview Should dummy hoy be in the National baseball Hall of Fame? Virtualslavery the plight of a band of Deaf Mexican immigrants becomes big news
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Hoy in Cooperstown
HPO: Isn't it possible to have the best of both worlds-ASL and a cochlear implant?
A Few More Words: The Acronym Game: Deaf Sports Organizations, by Bill Davidson
One Reader's View: "What If . . . ," by Brice Alden
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Readers' Responses: Is the cochlear implant destroying the future of the deaf community? (repeat)
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"Virtual slavery": the plight of a band of Deaf Mexican immigrants becomes big news Nebraska School for the Deaf: the end of the line? Captionwatch Inside NAD Great Deaf Americans: The Second Edition . It makes a terrific gift for a friend, relative, or yourself! Order a copy Back to Volume X Site Terms

87. Daily Racing Form - MLB, Major League Baseball News, Lines, Scores
Daily Racing Form Major league baseball latest betting lines, Davis 616Eddie Roush 182 dummy hoy 594 Buck Ewing 178 Maury Wills 586 Rabbit Maranville

88. Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Photo
George dummy KIHM, a Famous baseball Hero George was given the nickname dummy after his deaf mute role model, William E. dummy hoy.
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89. Most Valuable Network - The Last Page > Print > Stephen Jay Gould: His Mismeasur
Lets start with dummy hoy, who played outfield in the late nineteenth and the About Ty Cobb “Probably the finest player in the history of baseball.

90. P3 Calendar - Present Month
Deaf History Unveiled. Washington, DC Gallaudet University Press, 1993. back totop. May 23. WILLIAM “dummy” hoy Major League baseball Player
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91. TIMELINE Index - H
Major League Maverick baseball’s Larry MacPhail, by Donald Dewey, hoy,WILLIAM ELLSWORTH ( dummy ), No dummy William Ellsworth hoy, by Steve Sandy
Legislative Update Our History Vision 2000 Board of Trustees ... [G] [H] [I] [J] [K] [L] ... [XYZ] HAGENBECK-WALLACE CIRCUS, "Bainbridge Ohio’s Cat Man: Clyde Raymond Beatty," by Danny Fulks, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4) Hager, Beth Ann, "Sara Jane’s World: The West Manchester Sampler," October•November 1990 (Volume 7/Number 5) HALLECK, HENRY W., "Victorious Loser: William S. Rosecrans (Part I)," by Albert Castel, July•August 2002 (Volume 19/Number 4) "Victorious Loser: William S. Rosecrans (Part II)," September•October 2002 (Volume 19/Number 5) HALLINAM, JOHN, "National League Black Sheep," by Tom Melville, July•August 2000 (Volume 17/Number 4) HALSTED, WILLIAM S., "Neurosurgery’s Pioneer: Harvey Cushing," by George W. Paulson, September•October 2002 (Volume 19/Number 5) HAMILTON COUNTY (Ohio), "Exotic Electric Delights: Cincinnati’s 1888 Centennial Exposition," by Christopher L. Bensch, February•March 1985 (Volume 1/Number 2) "The Senator and the General," by Stephen E. Ambrose, February•March 1987 (Volume 4/Number 1)

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93. Search Results For Dummy - Encyclopædia Britannica
dummy hoy Homeplate Feature on William Ellsworth dummy hoy, the first hearingimpaired Major League baseball player. Discusses his sporting record and

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Not the usual baseball item Monrovia's one-of-a-kind Baseball Reliquary A League of Their Own ). Winners will be announced in May. Past inductees are listed below: The eighteen individuals previously elected to the Shrine of the Eternals are, in alphabetical order: Jim Abbott, Dick Allen, Moe Berg, Ila Borders, Jim Bouton, Roberto Clemente, Dock Ellis, Mark Fidrych, Curt Flood, William "Dummy" Hoy, Shoeless Joe Jackson, Bill "Spaceman" Lee, Marvin Miller, Minnie Minoso, Satchel Paige, Jimmy Piersall, Pam Postema, and Bill Veeck, Jr. The Baseball Reliquary is the group that gives the Hilda Award, named for Hilda Chester, a Brooklyn fan who started the tradition of ringing a cowbell at Dodgers games. Also: Dodgers finally shed Shawn Green

95. - Orioles/baseball
Major League baseball AllTime Statistics *** (Complete through August 1, Eddie Roush 182 dummy hoy 594 Buck Ewing 178 Maury Wills 586 Rabbit Maranville

96. WhatIfSports Discussion Forum: Who Is Now The Oldest Former MLBer?
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97. Baseball Cards, 1887-1914 - Players Index
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100. San Bernardino County Sun - Sports
You ve got your baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY By and for the game s William dummy hoy, the first deaf major leaguer, who excelled (2044,1413,208~28777~2950326,00.html
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