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Richard Dale Long (February 6, 1926 – January 27, 1991) was an American first baseman in Major League Baseball with the Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis ...


Career: 132 HR, .267 BA, 467 RBI, 1B, AllStar, Cubs/Pirates/... 1951-1963, b:L/t:L , born in MO 1926, died 1991.


Jan 29, 1991 ... Dale Long, who briefly regained a place in the limelight in 1987 after a generation-long absence when his 31-year-old record for consecutive ...


Dale Long baseball stats with batting stats, pitching stats and fielding stats, along with uniform numbers, salaries, quotes, career stats and biographical data ...


Jan 5, 2017 ... View The Obituary For J. Dale Long. Please join us in Loving, Sharing and Memorializing J. Dale Long on this permanent online memorial.


May 29, 1986 ... Before the game, an enterprising Philadelphia photographer took pictures of the Pirates` Dale Long in a variety of poses, all keyed to the No. 7.


Jan 29, 1991 ... Dale Long, who set a major-league record with home runs in eight consecutive games in 1956, died Sunday after a long bout with cancer.


Jul 27, 2012 ... "This Day in Yankees History" goes back 50 years to when Dale Long, a castoff from the worst team in the league, turned his season around ...


Jan 29, 1991 ... Dale Long, who set a major league record with home runs in eight consecutive games while playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1956, died ...


Dale Hawkins Long was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, and reared in Birmingham where he graduated from high school in 1970. He accepted a music ...