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Indian Industrial School who had his medals stripped after the 1912 Olympics—because, years earlier, he took money to play semipro baseball.
Wall Street Journal · Sep. 20, 2014
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The laughingstock of major-league baseball for more than a decade, the team lost 101 games in 1912 and finished a staggering 52 games out of...
Tampa Tribune · Sep. 14, 2014
... manager until 1908. From 1912-14, he served as president of the Central League. He was more famous for founding Heilbroner’s Baseball Bureau...
News Sentinel · 10 hours ago
... as an attempt to keep Detroit’s professional baseball team, the Tigers, in the iconic stadium it had played in since 1912. Detroit’s City...
Examiner.com · 16 hours ago
... particularly feel like spending a lot of money on their baseball team. ... 2029) M. Trout (2025) A. Pujols (1978) J. Hamilton (1912) N. Arenado
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... they’ll keep hitting on old names from the Baseball America prospect ... 2029) M. Trout (2023) A. Pujols (1977) J. Hamilton (1912) N. Arenado
NBC Sports · 18 hours ago
At times, he said, his Boston baseball life was an exercise in ... broke Tris Speaker’s Sox record of 52, dating to 1912. Harper’s mark stood
Boston Globe · Sep. 20, 2014
... of Drew’s Hilldale Club, the 1925 Negro Baseball League winners. ... home of architect Frank Furness who died there in 1912, and the Kuerner ...
Delco Times · Sep. 20, 2014
... the last domestic violence incident in Major League Baseball (90) Ron ... 2027) N. Arenado (1994) M. Trout (1987) E. Gattis (1912) D. Ortiz ...
NBC Sports · Sep. 19, 2014