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 ! International Angler
From 1951 to 1965 he was “the voice of the [Boston] Red Sox,” as well as the first announcer for the Boston Celtics.
When he retired from the Sox in 1960, homering in his last at bat, Williams was third on the list of all-time home run hitters with 521.
Though he spent more than 30 consecutive seasons fishing heavy tackle on the Great Barrier Reef, Johnston is a highly skilled angler on tackle of all weights, has fished most of the world’s big game hotspots, and held an IGFA world record for a 142 pound dogtooth tuna on 30 pound line for 15 years.
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 ! International Angler
From 1951 to 1965 he was “the voice of the [Boston] Red Sox,” as well as the first announcer for the Boston Celtics.
When he retired from the Sox in 1960, homering in his last at bat, Williams was third on the list of all-time home run hitters with 521.
Though he spent more than 30 consecutive seasons fishing heavy tackle on the Great Barrier Reef, Johnston is a highly skilled angler on tackle of all weights, has fished most of the world’s big game hotspots, and held an IGFA world record for a 142 pound dogtooth tuna on 30 pound line for 15 years.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp

  
 Boston Red Sox on Baseball Almanac
The Boston Red Sox have won more than one-hundred (100+) games during a season three (3) times — 1912 (105-47), 1915 (101-50) and 1946 (104-50) and lost more than one-hundred (100+) games during a season seven (7) times — 1906 (49-105), 1925 (47-105), 1926 (46-107), 1927 (51-103), 1930 (52-102), 1932 (43-111) and 1965 (62-100).
The Boston Red Sox also lost a few "big" games over the course of their history and had a curse which hung over them for nearly a century.
It was he who brought all this talent to Boston, and when the Red Sox let the Yankees hire him away, they condemned themselves to two decades of second division mediocrity while Barrow built the Yankee dynasty.
www.baseball-almanac.com /teams/rsox.shtml   (1262 words)

  
 A Chronological History of Amazing Boston Red Sox Losses
August 27, 1965: The Red Sox split a doubleheader with the White Sox as they were mathematically eliminated from contention.
October 1, 1961: The Yankees beat the Red Sox one to nothing in the last game of the season, their 109th victory.
September 28, 1965: Red Sox pitcher Dave Morehead faced the Los Angeles Angels for the tenth time since the start of his career (in 1963).
www.personal.psu.edu /students/p/m/pmg149/losses1960.htm   (3995 words)

  
 ! International Angler
From 1951 to 1965 he was “the voice of the [Boston] Red Sox,” as well as the first announcer for the Boston Celtics.
Sir Garrick was instrumental in the establishment of one of Australia’s four major iron ore producers in 1970, pioneered the solar salt industry in Australia, and formed (and later became Chairman of) Australian Bank Limited.
Sir Garrick was a member of both the 1948 and 1953 Australian Olympic swimming teams, winning a bronze medal, and he won a gold medal in the 400-meter freestyle event at the 1950 Commonwealth (then called “Empire”) Games.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (3995 words)

  
 ! International Angler
From 1951 to 1965 he was “the voice of the [Boston] Red Sox,” as well as the first announcer for the Boston Celtics.
Sir Garrick was instrumental in the establishment of one of Australia’s four major iron ore producers in 1970, pioneered the solar salt industry in Australia, and formed (and later became Chairman of) Australian Bank Limited.
Sir Garrick was a member of both the 1948 and 1953 Australian Olympic swimming teams, winning a bronze medal, and he won a gold medal in the 400-meter freestyle event at the 1950 Commonwealth (then called “Empire”) Games.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (3995 words)

  
 ! International Angler
From 1951 to 1965 he was “the voice of the [Boston] Red Sox,” as well as the first announcer for the Boston Celtics.
Joe Brooks is remembered as one of America's best all-around anglers and one who did as much to popularize fly-fishing during his time as any single person in the United States.
In his boat “Pannawonica” he traveled an estimated 350,000 nautical miles pursuing big fish, especially marlin, while at the same time opening up new fishing areas and developing new techniques.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (3995 words)

  
 Dick Newsome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heber Hampton "Dick" Newsome ( December 13, 1909- December 15, 1965) was a starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played his entire career for the Boston Red Sox (1941-43).
A graduated from Wake Forest University, Newsome debuted with Boston in the 1941 season.
In his rookie year, Newsome won 19 games (3rd in the American League) and compiled 10 shutouts, leading a Red Sox pitching rotation that included Charlie Wagner, Mickey Harris, Joe Dobson and Lefty Grove.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dick_Newsome   (3995 words)

  
 An Impossible Dreamer - Boston.com - Red Sox - Sports
Jim Lonborg enjoyed seven seasons (1965-71) with the Sox, and is most noted for his magical 1967 season.
CLAIM TO FAME: Lonborg enjoyed sevens seasons (1965-71) with the Red Sox and is most noted for his magical 1967 season, when he won the Cy Young Award posting a 22-9 record with a 3.16 ERA, leading Boston to the American League Pennant and their first trip to the World Series since 1946.
Lonborg signed with the Red Sox as an amateur free agent in 1963 and it wasn't long before he made his debut with Boston in 1965.
www.boston.com /sports/baseball/redsox/articles/2005/06/21/an_impossible_dreamer   (1030 words)

  
 SEPTEMBER, 1965 BaseballLibrary.com
Kansas City Athletics 8, Boston Red Sox 7
Kansas City Athletics 8, Boston Red Sox 0
He fans 12 along the way, raising his record season total to 356.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/chronology/1965SEPTEMBER.stm   (2112 words)

  
 PFRA Forum
While I'm going on a healthy hunch, I think what happened was that Coleman accepted the Boston Red Sox broadcasting job after the 1965 season, then commuted for the next two years to continue broadcasting the Browns on TV.
i have seen stuff saying ken coleman left the browns ater the 1965 season, and you say and other places i've seen had his last year with the browns as 1967.
I believe Warren Lahr was the color commentator for the Browns, although it may have been after Ken Coleman left for Boston.
www.nflhistory.net /cgi-bin/dcforum/dcboard.cgi?az=read_count&om=350&forum=DCForumID64&omm=17&viewmode=threaded   (2801 words)

  
 Atlanta Braves - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, the Braves were forced to play the World Series (and before then, the last few games of the 1914 season) in the rival Red Sox' Fenway Park since their normal home, the South End Grounds, was too small.
The Braves announced their intention to move to Atlanta for the 1965 season, but a lawsuit filed in Wisconsin kept the Braves in Milwaukee for one final year.
Formerly known as: Boston Braves (1912-1952), and Milwaukee Braves (1953-1965).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Atlanta_Braves   (3661 words)

  
 Boston Red Sox : History : Red Sox Hall of Fame
Lonborg spent 7 years with the Red Sox and had a 68-65 record with 6 saves and a 3.94 ERA, despite a knee injury and shoulder problem that caused him to miss most of the 1968 and 1970 seasons.
Jim made the M.L. roster for good in 1965 and was 9-17 as a rookie for a 9th-place team.
The "Impossible Dream" pennant season came in 1967 and Lonborg was the dominant A.L. pitcher with a 22-9 record, a 3.16 ERA and 15 CG.
www.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/bos/history/bos_history_redsoxhalloffame_more.jsp?content=lonborg   (269 words)

  
 Seattle Rainiers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Red Sox in turn sold the Rainiers to the Los Angeles Angels in 1965, who renamed the team the Seattle Angels, as they were known during their last four seasons.
After the 1960 season, the team was sold to the Boston Red Sox.
The Seattle Rainiers, originally named the Seattle Indians, were a minor league baseball team which played in the Pacific Coast League from 1903 through 1906, and from 1919 though 1968.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Seattle_Rainiers   (576 words)

  
 HickokSports.com - Biography - Orlando Cepeda
Cepeda had a final good season with the Boston Red Sox in 1973, hitting.289 with 20 home runs and 86 RBI.
Cepeda hit more than 30 home runs and batted over.300 each of the next three seasons, but a knee injury limited him to 33 games in 1965 and he was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals early in the 1966 season.
With St. Louis, Cepeda won the NL's most valuable player award in 1967, when he batted.325 with 25 home runs and a league-leading 111 RBI to help the Cardinals win the pennant.
www.hickoksports.com /biograph/cepedaor.shtml   (349 words)

  
 Pawtucket Red Sox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1968 the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Red Sox' top minor league club since 1965, were bought by Walter J. Dilbeck and moved to Louisville where they became the new Louisville Colonels, the AAA franchise of the Boston Red Sox.
The following season the team finished 30 games below.500 and in 1975, while the parent club was on their way to the World Series, the Pawtucket Red Sox finished with the worst record in their history at 53-87.
Following the 1972 season the Louisville Colonels moved to Pawtucket and became the Pawtucket Red Sox.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pawtucket_Red_Sox   (930 words)

  
 The history of Boston Red Sox losses, collapses and defeats.
October 3, 1965: On the final day of the 1965, less than five-hundred fans were in attendance at Fenway as the Yankee's Whitey Ford handed Boston their 100th loss of the season.
September 26, 1960: Champagne flowed at Fenway Park as the New York Yankees clinched the American League pennant with a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox.
September 30, 1964: Indians pitchers Luis Tiant and Sam McDowell shut out the Red Sox at Fenway in both halves of a doubleheader, 5-0 and 3-0.
www.soxsuck.com /loss1960.html   (3997 words)

  
 ! International Angler
From 1951 to 1965 he was “the voice of the [Boston] Red Sox,” as well as the first announcer for the Boston Celtics.
After Oliver Grinnell caught the first broadbill on rod and reel in Atlantic waters in 1927, the most ambitious guides, Fagen among them, moved north during Miami’s off-season to spend the summer fishing for swordfish and tuna off Montauk.
Sir Garrick was a member of both the 1948 and 1953 Australian Olympic swimming teams, winning a bronze medal, and he won a gold medal in the 400-meter freestyle event at the 1950 Commonwealth (then called “Empire”) Games.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (3997 words)

  
 ! International Angler
From 1951 to 1965 he was “the voice of the [Boston] Red Sox,” as well as the first announcer for the Boston Celtics.
After Oliver Grinnell caught the first broadbill on rod and reel in Atlantic waters in 1927, the most ambitious guides, Fagen among them, moved north during Miami’s off-season to spend the summer fishing for swordfish and tuna off Montauk.
It aired on ABC’s Wide World of Sports, was a tremendous hit, and led to the creation in 1964 of the first TV fishing show, The American Sportsman.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (3997 words)

  
 ! International Angler
From 1951 to 1965 he was “the voice of the [Boston] Red Sox,” as well as the first announcer for the Boston Celtics.
After Oliver Grinnell caught the first broadbill on rod and reel in Atlantic waters in 1927, the most ambitious guides, Fagen among them, moved north during Miami’s off-season to spend the summer fishing for swordfish and tuna off Montauk.
During his 50-year career he worked for all three TV networks and covered 16 World Series, eight Super Bowls, eight Olympics, 12 Rose Bowls, and 24 NCAA basketball Final Fours.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (3997 words)

  
 Jim Lonborg Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Lonborg was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues on April 23, 1965, with the Boston Red Sox.
Did you know that you can compare Jim Lonborg to other rookies who also had their Major League debut during the 1965 American League season?
Jim Lonborg was born on Thursday, April 16, 1942, in Santa Maria, California.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=lonboji01   (332 words)

  
 Vintage Baseball Publications and Memorabilia
The Red Sox have Yaz, Dewey, Rice, Tony Perez, Carney Lansford, Joe Rudi, Gedman, Eck, Tanana etc...
Articles include "Will there ever be a negro manager?" Other articles on Willie Mays, preview of 1966 season, Casey Stengel retires, Pro Football preview etc..
Boston has Yas, Fisk, Petrocelli, Reggie Smith, Aparacio, Tiant, Conigliaro etc..
www.sportsartifacts.com /publications.html   (8403 words)

  
 ESPN.com - MLB - Oakland's Mecir wins Tony Conigliaro Award
The award is named for the promising Red Sox player whose career essentially ended when he was hit in the face by a pitch in 1967.
But he was hit in the face by a pitch at Fenway Park on Aug. 18, 1967, missed the entire '68 season and his career never recovered.
At 20, Conigliaro became the youngest player to lead a major league in home runs when he hit 32 in 1965; he reached 100 homers before his 23rd birthday.
sports.espn.go.com /mlb/news/story?id=1685175   (392 words)

  
 Boston Red Sox : History : Timeline
Rico Petrocelli joined the Boston Red Sox in 1965 as a shortstop that would develop a powerful stroke at the plate.
He is seventh in Red Sox records for most home runs, RBI and extra-base hits thanks to continued success after moving to third base when Luis Aparicio joined the team at short.
Rico Petrocelli excelled in a game that keeps its players on the road for much of the season, by balancing it with the family life that drove his heart.
redsox.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/bos/history/bos_history_timeline_article.jsp?article=1963   (392 words)

  
 Colgate University News - Alumnus makes call Sox fans waited decades to hear
Castiglione had used that catch phrase during some dramatic moments during the season and when the Sox battled back from a three-game deficit to beat the rival Yankees in the American League Championship Series.
That was the radio call by Joe Castiglione ‘68, who has broadcast Boston Red Sox games for the past 22 years.
Castiglione has no trouble recalling some of the memorable games from his time on campus, such as the 1965 victory over Army, which was a national powerhouse at the time.
www.colgate.edu /DesktopDefault1.aspx?tabid=730&pgID=6013&nwID=3052   (2221 words)

  
 Carlos Quintana Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Quintana was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 16, 1988, with the Boston Red Sox.
Carlos Quintana was born on Thursday, August 26 1965, in Estado Miranda, Venezuela.
Did you know that you can compare Carlos Quintana to other rookies who also had their Major League debut during the 1988 American League season?
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=quintca01   (274 words)

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