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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

81. Shot In The Dark: Roger's Revenge
It was about twenty years later that roger maris came out of North Dakota AmericanLegion Heitkamp, who loves baseball, doesn t really expect baseball
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Forget Boston. Ignore Chicago. Cincinnati? Pffft. North Dakota is baseball country. Or it was in the cognitive past. As my father, Bruce Berg, related in his book, " Common Ground ", there's a long history of amateur and minor-league ball in North Dakota. Little known fact - NoDak was a stop on the old Negro League circuit in the twenties and thirties. Satchell Paige played for Bismark, and most of the other old Negro League greats played for Fargo, Jamestown, Valley City or any of the other legendary teams that played along what are now I94 and I281. The greatest moment came in 1934, when the Major League All-Stars, on their way to Japan for an exhibition series, stopped in North Dakota for a three-game stand against a hastily-assembled team of semi-pros , both Negro-leaguers and locals. This was no slouch team of big-leaguers: The All-Star team, managed by Connie Mack's son, Earle, was a great one with Foxx (.334, 44 homers and 130 RBIs in 1934), Heinie Manush (.349, 42 doubles, 89 RBIs), Roger "Doc" Cramer (.311, 202 hits), Pinky Higgins (.330, 37 doubles) and pitchers Rube Walberg (6 wins, 7 losses), Monte Weaver (11-15), Ted Lyons (11-13), and Earl Whitehill (14-11) . North Dakota combined the Bismarck, Jamestown, and Valley City teams to face the big-leaguers but were weakened when Desiderato had to return to Chicago and Trouppe left for his home in St. Louis. Double Duty was also missing for the first game when he returned briefly to his home in Chicago. Luckily the pitching was bolstered when Chet Brewer of the Kansas City Monarchs was added to the team.

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83. How Much Better And More Honest Roger Maris Seems Today By Harvey Frommer
I was drained of all my desire to play baseball. Embittered at being traded,roger maris stayed away from a number of Yankee old timers games,
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The stunning news (and many of us suspected it all along) of illegal, unnatural and extraordinary body jolts, hypes and pumps for such as Jason Giambi, Barry Bonds (did we hear Sammy Sosa?) etc., makes the records, streaks and feats aided and abetted by these substances - - to not over-state the point - - lose their luster,
Enter, the lustrous Roger Maris, please!
The Roger Eugene Maras (his birth name) story began on September 10, 1934 in Hibbing, Minnesota. The son of first generation Croatian Americans, Rudy and Corrine Maras, Roger's grandfather Steve Maras had emigrated to the United States from Croatia around 1910.
In 1939, Roger's father moved his family to Grand Forks, North Dakota and then Fargo where the young Maras excelled in baseball, basketball and football in high school.
Maris was recruited to play football at Oklahoma. But he signed with the Cleveland Indians and played with Fargo-Moorhead of the Northern League. In 1955, convinced that a spelling change would make it easier for baseball fans to pronounce his name, Roger Maras changed his surname to Maris. Another reason was the memory of growing up times when mean-spirited kids called him "Mar - Ass."

84. GYP Job:  Why Not Roger Maris In The Hall Of Fame? By Harvey Frommer
The way it was for roger maris back in 1961 when he was going for the Yankee fans and baseball fans should be screaming loud now perhaps the guys on
More Articles Home GYP Job: Why Not Roger Maris in the Hall of Fame? by Harvey Frommer
The latest voting in the Veterans Committee Hall of Fame elections last week was outright ridiculous. No one got in - -and there are so many qualified players being shafted not the least of whom was Roger Maris. In this day and age of "juiced" records, steroid enhancing accomplishments, the man who "first" broke Babe Ruth's season home run record is not being treated well. He finished with a mere 16 votes.
Hall of Famer Tom Seaver, one of the voters, said it would be "awfully hard" for anyone from the 25-player ballot to get into the Hall. "And maybe that's the way it should be," Seaver said.
The way it was for Roger Maris back in 1961 when he was going for the record was that Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick ruled that an asterisk would to be affixed to Maris' mark because it was achieved in 162 games, rather than the 154-game season teams played in 1927 when Ruth broke his own record. Perhaps that was what "poisoned" the waters for Maris for all time for he was a heck of a ball player and the "first who broke one heck of a record.
"When Roger Maris was going for the home run record he would eat only bologna and eggs for breakfast," his friend Julie Isaacson recalled. "Every morning we would have breakfast together at the Stage Deli. We had the same waitress, and I'd leave her the same five dollar tip every time. After, I would drive Roger up to the Stadium."

85. Take Me Out To The Museum
No hot dogs at these outings, but baseball s history comes alive. Similarly,former Yankees slugger roger maris, who died in 1985, lived long enough to
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Minnesota baseball fans get a chance this summer to see Mark McGwire in action The roger maris Museum. The fifteenth annual roger maris Celebrity Golf
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Minnesota baseball fans get a chance this summer to see Mark McGwire in action when the St. Louis Cardinals play the Twins. McGwire is trying to break the record for most home runs in a season record, set by Fargo native Roger Maris. FOR 37 YEARS players have been trying to best the 61 home runs hit by Roger Maris. Maris, who broke the home run record set by Babe Ruth, has never gotten the credit he deserved because sportswriters didn't like the taciturn young man who unseated a legend. But Maris, who died of cancer in 1985, is a hero in his hometown of Fargo. There's Roger Maris Drive. The Roger Maris Museum. The fifteenth annual Roger Maris Celebrity Golf Tournament is this weekend; it raises money for the Roger Maris Cancer Center. On Saturday the Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks will retire the number Maris wore when he played for the F-M Twins of the old Northern League.

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Posted: Tuesday September 08, 1998 12:24 PM Mark McGwire pumps his fist after tying Roger Maris for the single-season home run record AP ST. LOUIS (CNN/SI) Mark McGwire now has a share of baseball history. McGwire hit his 61st home run, tying Roger Maris for one of baseball's most recognized single-season records, just barely fair and deep to left field in the bottom of the first inning during Monday's 3-2 win over the Chicago Cubs The St. Louis Cardinals slugger now has 20 games left to break Maris' record, which was set in 1961 and has stood for 37 years as the benchmark for major league power hitters. McGwire hit a 1-1 pitch off Cubs starter Mike Morgan , who was acquired from the Minnesota Twins last month, with two outs and no one on base.

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A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE SURPRISED to find out that Roger Maris, former longtime holder of the single-season home run record (61), is not in Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame. With all the excitement this season about home run records, the debate about whether or not Maris should be in the Hall of Fame has re-ignited. Maris broke Babe Ruth's record on October 1, 1961 in the last game of that season. The New York Yankees were hosting the Boston Red Sox. In his first at bat Maris flied out to Boston's rookie leftfielder, Carl Yastrzemski. In his second at bat, in the fourth inning, with the count at two balls and no strikes, Maris hit the orb, thrown by Boston pitcher Tracy Stallard, 360 feet over Yankee Stadium's rightfield wall and broke Ruth's record. It was 2:43pm and it was the only run of the game. That great accomplishment, however, according to the rules governing Hall of Fame eligibility, is not sufficient to get Maris elected to the shrine. The rules are written to discourage the election of what are called "short-term wonders." These are the players who have performed an outstanding feat in one season. Entrance to the Hall is based on career-long excellence. Rule Six states

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When Maris hit his record 61st home run of the 1961 season, he became the owner of the most glamorous of all baseball standards, a mark he has held for nearly as long as his predecessor Babe Ruth did before Maris broke it. A great outfielder with a fine arm, an adept baserunner, and a team player willing to move baserunners and slide hard to break up double plays, Maris was a winner in two cities, appearing in more World Series than any other player in the 1960s and establishing himself as one of the dominant players of the first half of the decade.

96. Roger Maris Museum
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West Acres Shopping Center In 2003, the museum was completely rebuilt by West Acres. Pat Maris and members of the Maris family were special guests at the re-dedication, along with Jim McLaughlin, who created the original museum with American Legion Post No. 2. The renovated museum has new glass, lighting and ventilation to better preserve and showcase the artifacts. Other exciting features of the museum include:
  • A video room to watch an expanded collection of videos while sitting on actual Yankee Stadium seats from the Maris era. Artifacts restored from the original museum.

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Roger Maris and Me I grew up in the shadow of Yankee Stadium and just fell in love with baseball. When Roger Maris came to the New York Yankees from the Kansas City Athletics in 1960, I was eleven. I had been burned in a fire in August, so I was laid up for a while and followed baseball even more closely. I remember a headline that said Roger Maris "rejuvenates" the Yankees. I had never heard the word before, but it made me think this Roger Maris was someone special. For me, there was something about the way he swung the bat, the way he played right field and the way he looked. I had an idol. In 1961 the entire country was wrapped up in the home-run race between Maris and Mickey Mantle and Babe Ruth's ghost. I cut out every single article on Roger and told myself that when I got older and could afford it, I would have my scrapbooks professionally bound. (Eight years ago I had all of them bound into eleven volumes.) I usually sat in Section 31, Row 162-A, Seat 1 in Yankee Stadium. Right field. I would buy a general admission ticket, but I knew the policeman, so I would switch over to the reserved seats, and that one was frequently empty.

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