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  Rating the Greatest Baseball Players of All Time   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
But no one who conspired to throw a World Series deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.
The Senators were at their height, winning the World Series in 1924 and the pennant in 1925.
In that World Series, the Sox took the Big Red Machine of Cincinnati to 7 games, but the three they won were all started by Tiant.
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 Billy Rogell -- Played for 14 years in majors
Billy Rogell, shortstop for the Detroit Tigers team that won the 1935 World Series, died of pneumonia on August 9, 2003.
It was in the 4th game that he was involved in one of the more memorable plays in World Series history.
Rogell and the Tigers returned to the World Series in 1935 and beat the Chicago Cubs.
www.historicbaseball.com /players/r/rogell_billy.html   (293 words)

  
 Hank Greenberg | BaseballLibrary.com
The Tigers repeated as AL champs in 1935, spurred by Greenberg's league-topping 36 homers and 170 RBI.
June 23, 1935: The Senators capitalize on 11 walks to defeat the Tigers, 12—7.
This is the same wrist that Greenberg broke in the 2nd game of the 1935 World Series.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/G/Greenberg_Hank.stm   (3818 words)

  
 Detroit River's Peacefountain Online Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
It was hoped that a new opponent in the 1909 Series, Pittsburgh, would yield different results, but the Bengals were blown out 8-0 in the decisive seventh game at Forbes Field.
The Tigers returned to the middle of the American League in the late 30's and World War II era before the timely return of Hank Greenberg from the military helped the Tigers to the 1945 American League pennant.
Prior to the Series, Chicago sportswriter Warren Brown was asked who he liked, and he answered, "I don't think either one of them can win it!" But the Cubs had no answer to Greenberg, and the Series went Detroit's way.
peacefountain.com /tigers.htm   (2808 words)

  
 Hitchhiking Tales | Travels With The Stupendous Bob -digihitch.com
One by one, Stupendous informed each driver that he was turning down their offer of a ride.
"Like Babe Ruth in the 1935 World Series, I've called my shot today, and I know some sweet soccer mom is destined to pick me up within the next ten minutes," Stu boldly prognosticated.
There was that Jiffy Mart back in Rawlins that sold Dr. Pepper, that pay phone in Wamsutter that made calls for only a quarter, and that spider that needed emergency triage yesterday in central Nebraska.
www.digihitch.com /article616.html   (1607 words)

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