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  1. Roger Maris: Baseball's Reluctant Hero by Tom Clavin, Danny Peary, 2010-03-16
  2. Roger Maris (Baseball Superstars) by Anne M. Todd, 2008-02-28
  3. Getting to Roger.(baseball player Roger Maris): An article from: American Scholar by William Loizeaux, 2001-09-22
  4. Slugger in right (The Argonaut all star baseball series) by Roger Maris, 1963
  5. Baseball stars of 1962 - Roger Maris Cover by Roy Robinson, 1962
  6. Baseball Digest February 1964 Roger Maris on Cover, Big League Earned Run Averages against Each Team ! Is Roger Maris Fretting Himself into Oblivion ? Babes Big Letdown ETC by editor, articles by Charles Dexter, Sandy Grady, Bill Bryson, Doc Greene ETC Herbert Simons, 1964
  7. Sports All Stars Baseball Magazine 1962 (Mickey Mantle & Roger Maris cover) by Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, 1962
  8. Major League Baseball Players From North Dakota: Roger Maris, Travis Hafner, Darin Erstad, Chris Coste, Tim Johnson, Rick Helling, Red Hardy
  9. Sports Illustrated March 23 1998 (Upsets Galore in the NCAA Tournament. Baseball '98. Maris. McGwire. 62 pages of Scouting Reports) by Roger Maris, Mark McGwire, 1998
  10. 61* : The Story of Roger Maris, Mickey Mantle and One Magical Summer by Ron Smith, Billy Crystal, 2001-04-09
  11. Still A Legend: The Story of Roger Maris by Harvey Rosenfeld, 2002-09-10
  12. Roger Maris: A Title to Fame by Harvey Rosenfeld, 1991-06
  13. The Single-Season Home Run Kings: Ruth, Maris, McGwire, Sosa, and Bonds by William McNeil, 2002-11-22
  14. Maris, Roger (1934-1985): An entry from SJP's <i>St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture</i> by Geoff Peterson, 2000

1. The Official Roger Maris Web Site
New York Yankee outfielder Roger Maris, of Fargo, North Dakota, is best known for hitting sixty teammate Mickey Mantle entertained baseball

2. Roger Maris Topps Baseball Cards
Roger Maris Topps Baseball Cards Page 1 1958 (Rookie 47), 1959 ( 202), 1960 ( 377), 1960 (AllStar 565)

3. Yankee Players - Roger Maris
YANKEE PLAYERS. S ROGER MARIS " In surpassing Babe Ruth's supposedly unsurpassable record, Maris faced the hostility of the baseball

4. Baseball's Problematic Single-season Home Run Record
Baseball's problematic singleseason home run record In July 1961, while Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle were both chasing Babe Ruth's 1927 record of

5. Roger Maris Statistics -
Roger Maris batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statistics for each season and his career, and a list of any postseason

6. Roger Maris Baseball Museum Fargo, North Dakota (History Museums)
Roger Maris Baseball Museum. The museum traces the career of legendary Fargo athlete Roger Maris.

7. Roger Maris
Roger Maris profile from, the most comprehensive baseball history encyclopedia on the Internet. We give you the stories behind

8. Journal Of Statistics Education, V6N3 Simonoff
Move Over, Roger Maris Breaking Baseball's Most Famous Record. Jeffrey S. Simonoff New York University. Journal of Statistics Education

9. Maris; RogerDirectory Sports Baseball People
Maris; Roger Directory Sports Baseball People

10. Topps Mickey Mantle Roger Maris Baseball Card
Topps Mickey Mantle Roger Maris Baseball Card

11. Roger Maris Statistics -
roger maris batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statisticsfor each season and his career, and a list of any postseason awards he
SPORTS Baseball Football Basketball Books SUPPORT Newly Available Pages Your Sponsorships Quick Index: Players Teams Leagues Managers ... Bullpen You Are Here Players Roger Maris Roger Maris
Roger Eugene Maris
born Roger Eugene Maras Bats Left, Throws Right
Height Weight 204 lb.
April 16, 1957
Final Game
September 29, 1968
September 10 in Hibbing, MN
December 14 in Houston, TX Signed by the Cleveland Indians as an amateur free agent in 1953. All Transactions About biographical information
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12. Elect Roger Maris To The Hall Of Fame
Dedicated to promoting roger maris' baseball career in the hopes of getting him inducted into the National baseball Hall of Fame.
Roger Maris
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Hall of Fame*
A legend of the game, the name Roger Eugene Maris is synonymous with baseball's most monumental and historic single-season record. Thirty-nine years later, baseball fans still measure home run hitters by comparison to Roger Maris. Yet, as unbelievable as it might seem, Roger Maris has not been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame . Consider what the Hall of Fame has overlooked:
61 Single Season Home Runs (1961)
This record stood for 37 years,
longer than the record Maris broke,
the immortal Babe Ruth's 60-homers of 1927.
Roger remains one of only four players
to ever hit more than 60 homeruns in a season.
Two-time American League Most Valuable Player 1960 and 1961
Only 11 players have won consecutive MVP awards all of the others (who are eligible) have already been inducted into the Hall of Fame Jimmy Foxx, Hal Newhouser, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, Other than those seven, no other Hall of Famer has achieved this distinction, including (to name just a few) Hank Aaron, Johnny Bench, Roberto Clemente, Ty Cobb, Joe DiMaggio, Nellie Fox

13. CNN/SI - Baseball - Roger Maris
Profile and career statistics.
Roger Maris Bats: Left Throws: Right
197 lbs.
Born: Sep 10, 1934 in Hibbing, Minnesota
Died: Dec 14, 1985 in Houston, Texas
College: None
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14. Mickey Mantle
Mickey Mantle was a baseball star of the highest magnitude. roger maris drivesin three runs and Mickey Mantle lines shot over CF Willie Tasby s that

15. Roger Maris: Biography And Much More From
View Poster roger maris , baseball Player Born 10 September 1934 BirthplaceHibbing, Minnesota Death 14 December 1985 (lymphatic cancer) Best.
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  • Born: 10 September 1934 Birthplace: Hibbing, Minnesota Died: 14 December 1985 (lymphatic cancer) Best Known As: The man who broke Babe Ruth's single-season home run record
Roger Maris hit 61 home runs in 1961 to break baseball's single-season record of 60 set in 1927 by Babe Ruth . Maris set the record after a spirited season-long duel with fellow New York Yankee Mickey Mantle , who hit 54 homers the same year. Though Maris was the American League's MVP in both 1960 and 1961, he was not considered a major star and was maligned by some fans who felt he wasn't fit to stand alongside the legendary Ruth. (Similar sentiments cropped up when Hank Aaron beat Ruth's career home run record.) For some time Maris's record was considered unofficial, since it was achieved in 162 games rather than the 154-game season Ruth played; this is often referred to as "the asterisk" by Maris's name. In 1991 baseball commissioner Fay Vincent declared Maris to be the sole and official record holder, thereby ending the controversy. Maris's record was broken by Mark McGwire , who hit 70 home runs during the 1998 season.

16. Mark McGwire: Biography And Much More From
Mark McGwire was the first player to break roger maris s 1961 record of 61 home runs maris, roger Eugene (American baseball player), List of AL Silver
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  • Born: 1 October 1963 Birthplace: Pomona, California Best Known As: Former single-season home run king
Mark McGwire was the first player to break Roger Maris's 1961 record of 61 home runs in a single season. McGwire set the new mark by hitting 70 homers in 1998. (Chicago Cub star Sammy Sosa hit 66 homers the same year.) The next year McGwire became the 17th player to hit 500 home runs or more in a career, joining Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle , among others. McGwire played his first major league game in 1986 and was a star for the Oakland Athletics before being traded to St. Louis in 1997. In November of 2001 he announced that he would retire from baseball. McGwire's single-season record was broken by Barry Bonds , who hit 73 homers during the 2001 season... McGwire batted right-handed and wore #25... McGwire played for the 1984 U.S. Olympic team... He founded the Mark McGwire Foundation for Children, which supports agencies that work with child-abuse victims... McGwire's use of a body-building drug, androstenedione, was much discussed during his record-breaking season; though legal in professional baseball, "andro" was banned by many other professional sports leagues. McGwire later stopped taking the supplement, saying he didn't want others to emulate him...

17. Find A Grave - Millions Of Cemetery Records And Online Memorials
Major League baseball Player. roger maris was born in Hibbing, Minnesota the sonof first generation Croatian Americans. He was a product of summer American

18. Roger Maris Baseball Stats By Baseball Almanac
roger maris baseball stats with batting stats, pitching stats and fielding stats,along with uniform numbers, salaries, quotes, career stats and

19. Roger Maris Quotations By Baseball Almanac
baseball Almanac presents an unprecedented collection of quotations from andabout roger maris.
Baseball Almanac: Where What Happened Yesterday is Being Preserved Today Advertising Downloads Feedback Newsletter ... Year In Review
Baseball Almanac "I was drained of all my desire to play baseball." - Roger Maris B aseball Almanac is pleased to present an unprecedented collection of baseball related quotations spoken by Roger Maris and about Roger Maris. Roger Maris Quotations From Roger Maris "As a ballplayer, I would be delighted to do it again. As an individual, I doubt if I could possibly go through it again." "Candlestick was built on the water. It should have been built under it." "Every day I went to the ballpark in Yankee Stadium as well as on the road people were on my back. The last six years in the American League were mental hell for me. I was drained of all my desire to play baseball." "I don't know if I want to go to New York. They'll have to pay me a lot more money because I like it here in Kansas City." "I don't want to be Babe Ruth . He was a great ballplayer. I'm not trying to replace him. The record is there and damn right I want to break it, but that isn't replacing Babe Ruth ."

20. The Official Roger Maris Web Site
New York Yankee outfielder roger maris, of Fargo, North Dakota, is best known roger and teammate Mickey Mantle entertained baseball fans throughout the
New York Yankee outfielder Roger Maris, of Fargo, North Dakota, is best known for hitting sixty-one home runs in 1961. His 61 in '61 set a new major league record, breaking Babe Ruth's previous mark of 60 hit in 1927. Roger and teammate Mickey Mantle entertained baseball fans throughout the summer of '61 as the two New York Yankee sluggers chased the record many called the most cherished in all of sports. Mickey dropped out of the home run race early due to an illness, but finished with a career high 54 home runs. Roger tied Ruth on September 26, hitting his 60th home run. He then hit his 61st home run on the final day of the season, October 1, 1961, against the Boston Red Sox to set a new record. The Yankees won the game, 1 to 0, and later went on to win the World Series. Roger was voted the Most Valuable Player in the American league for the second straight year, as he led the league in home runs and RBI's. He was also named the 1961 Associated Press' Male Athlete of the Year. During his career, Roger Maris played in seven World Series and seven All-Star games. He hit 275 career home runs and won the Gold Glove Award for outstanding defensive play. The New York Yankees retired his number "9" in 1984.

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