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Baseball Quotes
I love what prominent baseball people have to say about the great ballplayers. They seem to eloquently capture what we are thinking. "It was his solemn duty to catch a ball that wasn't in the stands." - Monte Irvin (Newark Eagles OF, May 6,...

Coaching Sports For All The Right Reasons
The Glove It was during a March evening in 2002 that I received word that my grandfather was dying. I drove the four and a half hours to Ironwood, Michigan in a snowstorm to say goodbye. I was able to see my grandpa and he was able to recognize me...

Inspiring Baseball Quotes
I loved being around the baseball players when they had something to say that I thought would have a positive impression. Here are some of the quotes that I have enjoyed and have inspired me. Bob Gibson ď I owe the public one thing - a good...

Making All City - This Was a Great Moment In My Life.
Toward the end of my junior year at Weequahic High School in Newark New Jersey, I started hearing from my friends that I was going to make All City. How did they know I asked myself? In my usual mood of high esteem I was thinking that there was...

Pedro, Beltran, and the Mets as seen by one true Yankee Fan:
Pedro, Beltran, and the Mets as seen by one true Yankee Fan: Itís the middle of the NFL playoffs, and what has grabbed the interest of many sports fans has been the off-season maneuvering and acquisitions of the Mets and Yankees. In the past, the...

 
My Top Baseball Teams of All Time - (In no particular order) Part one

My Top Baseball Teams of All Time (In no particular order) Part one
1902 Pittsburgh Pirates Record of 103 Wins and 36 Losses Won the Pennant by 27.5 games Scored 775 runs and allowed 440 runs Five pitchers with 15 wins and era under 2.55 They were Jack Chesbro, Deacon Phillippe, Sam Leever, Jesse Tannenbill and Ed Doheny There was no World Series in 1902
1904 Boston Red Sox Captured the pennant by 14.5 games Won the World Series over a great Pittsburgh team five games to three. Had three twenty game winners, led by Cy Young
1905 New York Giants Record of 105 Wins and 48 Losses, Won World Series beating Philadelphia A's in five games Scored 780 runs and gave up 505 runs. Had five pitchers with 15 wins led by Hall of Famers Christy Mathewson and Joe McGinnity Christy Mathewson won three World Series games. All three were shutouts. He pitched on October 9, 12, and 14th and gave a total of 14 hits and one walk in 27 innings.
1927 New York Yankees With a 110 and 44 record they won the pennant by 19 games and beat the Pirates 4-0 in the World Series. Scored 975 runs and allowed 599 runs. Six players in the Hall of Fame: Ruth, Gehrig, Tony Lazzeri, Earl Coombs, Waite Hoyt and Herb Pennock. All three outfielder batted at least 337 each (Ruth, Combs and Bob Meusel) that year.
1929 Philadelphia A's Won pennant by 19 games. Outscoring their opposition 901-615. Winning 104 games and losing 46. Won World Series 4-1 over the Cubs Had five future Hall


of Famers Jimmy Foxx, Al Simmons, Mickey Cochrane, Lefty Grove and Eddie Collins
1932 New York Yankees Won the pennant by 13 games, outscoring their opponents 1002 runs to 724 runs. Their starting lineup (excluding pitchers) had six future Hall of Famers and two All Stars Hall of Famers are Ruth, Gehrig, Lazzeri, Bill Dickey, Joe Sewell and Earl Coombs All Stars were Frank Crosetti and Ben Chapman The pitching staff had three future Hall of Famers Herb Pennock, Lefty Gomez and Red Ruffing Won World Series over the Cubs 4 games to 0.
1934 St Louis Cardinals Won the World Series 4-3 over a great Tiger team Five Future Hall of Famers on the team Dizzy Dean, Dazzy Vance, Frankie Frisch, Leo Durocher and Joe Medwick
1936 New York Yankees Scored 1065 runs and allowed 731 Won pennant by 19.5 games and beat the NY Giants 4 games to 2 in the World Series Five players with at least 100 RBIs and Six pitchers with at least 12 wins.
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