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 The Joy of Sox
Both teams finished with identical records, but the Yankees went 10-9 against the Red Sox this year.
Although there are "persistent rumors" of Theo Epstein's return to the Red Sox, team chairman Tom Werner says the team has moved on: "We have read the rumors, and we completely discount them and are at a point where we turn the page."
You would think he would have begun the first day of damage control, both to his image and the perception that the Red Sox are going to be fine, that the organization is strong enough to withstand the loss of anyone, Epstein included.
joyofsox.blogspot.com   (4554 words)

  
 Mudville Magazine: The Voice of Baseball
The nearest thing to a big inning recorded against him was a three run uprising by the Boston Red Sox in their own ballpark in August.
The team will be moved to Montreal, and Frank Robinson will be hired as new manager, replacing the wildly popular Tom Selleck and his 205-605 career record.
We've made Palm Pilots, Chia Pets… even Milli Vanilli records.
www.mudvillemagazine.com   (4554 words)

  
 Boston Red Sox Tickets, Red Sox History, Red Sox Baseball Tickets
Ruth went by the nickname "The Babe" or "The Bambino." He was brought up to Boston's major league team on July 11, 1914.
The Bambino ranks among the best ever in dozens of pitching and hitting records.
In 1917, The Bambino led the league in shutouts (nine) and ERA (1.75), with a 24-13 record.
www.soxsuck.com /curse.html   (924 words)

  
 Genuine Murphy: Famous Murphys
Murphy was traded to the Red Sox with Nick Esasky for Todd Benzinger and Jeff Sellers, and in 1989 he had nine saves behind Lee Smith in the Boston bullpen.
He was traded with Bobby Darwin to the Red Sox for Bernie Carbo in the mid-1976 deal that led Bill Lee to leave the Red Sox in protest.
He also set then-records of 12 wins in relief in 1937 and 1943.
www.murphysites.com /genuine/GM-famous.html   (924 words)

  
 Harry Hooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He still holds many team records with the Boston Red Sox.
A graduate in engineering at Saint Mary's University, he broke into the majors with the Red Sox in 1909.
He was traded to the Chicago White Sox in the 1921 season and finished his career in 1925.
www.secaucus.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Harry_Hooper   (408 words)

  
 Romine Has Big Shoes To Fill At Arizona State :: by Jeff Metcalfe, Arizona Republic (Jan. 28, 2005).
Kevin, who played seven seasons with the Boston Red Sox and now is a police officer in Los Angeles, made his alumni team debut.
He is the only player to manage consecutive 100-hit,.400 seasons, holds school records for career batting average (.408), single-season (59) and career (86) stolen base records, and played on the last national championship team (1981).
Kevin not only has his father's legacy to chase but that of his predecessor at shortstop, three-time All-American Dustin Pedroia.
www.fansonly.com /schools/asu/sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/012805aaa.html   (408 words)

  
 Albert Spalding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Following the formation of the National Association, baseball's first professional league, in 1871, Spalding joined the Boston Red Stockings (a different club to the modern Red Sox) and was highly successful; winning 205 games (and losing only 53) as a pitcher and batting.323 as a hitter.
Receiving the archives of the late Henry Chadwick in 1908, Spalding combined these records with his own memories (and biases) to write Americas National Game (published 1911) which, despite its flaws, was probably the first scholarly account of the history of baseball.
Seven years later, his prompting would lead to the founding of the commission that (erroneously) declared baseball to be the invention of Abner Doubleday.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Albert_Spalding   (408 words)

  
 Notable Minneapolis Millers
But when Boston sent Green back to the Millers prior to the start of the season, the NAACP in Boston asked a state commission to investigate the employment policy of the Red Sox, who were still the only major-league team who had never had a black on their roster.
The Silver Fox was thirty-eight when he joined the Millers and posted records of 16-10, 18-8 and 19-7 in his first three years with the team.
Much was expected from Rhem in 1929, but he could only produce a 5-11 record with a 5.40 ERA for the Millers.
www.stewthornley.net /notable.html   (9704 words)

  
 Boston.com / Sports / Baseball / Red Sox / World's oldest man is cheering for beloved Red Sox
Hale, documented as the world's oldest man, is a lifelong Boston Red Sox fan.
Hale already has seen the Red Sox become the only team in baseball postseason history to overcome an 0-3 start to advance.
Hale said he was surprised to see the Red Sox finally knock off the Yankees.
www.boston.com /sports/baseball/redsox/articles/2004/10/25/worlds_oldest_man_is_cheering_for_beloved_red_sox   (483 words)

  
 1999 World Series by Baseball Almanac
Manager Joe Torre was ready for another sweep as his Yankees won the American League Division Series over the Texas Rangers (3-0) and the Championship Series (4-1) over Boston Red Sox.
No individual records were set or tied during the 1999 World Series, but the New York Yankees did cement their title as the Team of the Century.
Following one-hundred fourteen regular season wins and eleven post season victories (the most by any team in one-hundred twenty-three years of Major League baseball) as well as a four game sweep in the Series, the perennial champion New York Yankees were back and ready to cement their title as Team of the Century.
www.baseball-almanac.com /ws/yr1999ws.shtml   (629 words)

  
 Haverford College Baseball
Byrnes, the assistant general manager of the Boston Red Sox, was ranked by Baseball America as one of the top 10 G.M. prospects before the 2004 season.
Mills, a second team all-conference selection in 2003 and 2004, completes his stellar career as the Centennial Conference all-time leader in stolen bases (103) and holds the college's records for career stolen bases (103) and single-season stolen bases (29).
Mills, a second baseman from Lancaster, Pa., holds Haverford records for stolen bases in a season (29) and stolen bases in a career (70).
www.haverford.edu /athletics/Baseball/index.htm   (629 words)

  
 The Gene Autry Tribute
Don Baylor recalled playing for the Boston Red Sox in the 1986 playoffs against the Angels, hoping that if he couldn't go to the World Series, Gene Autry finally would.
Gene Autry is the only entertainer to have five stars on the Hollywood Walk-of-Fame, one each for radio, records, movies, television, and live performance, including rodeo and theater appearances.
Bob "Buck" Rodgers recalled the first Angels' spring training in 1961, when Gene Autry led the team in riding bicycles three miles from the team hotel to the practice field.
www.futureangels.com /memorial/autry   (629 words)

  
 Mary McCloud Bethune
In a race that came down to a playoff with the other Boston team, the Red Sox, Doby paced the team with a.396 batting average over the last 20 crucial games.
The South Carolina General Assembly passed a congratulatory resolution in recognition of Larry Doby's many pioneering achievements, baseball records, and contributions.
Born in Camden, South Carolina in 1923, Lawrence Eugene Doby was the son of David and Etta Doby.
www.usca.edu /aasc/doby.htm   (629 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.
He is Past President of The Tuna Club, where he still holds a Club record set in 1970 for a 503 pound broadbill swordfish on 80 pound dacron line, and he remains on the records books in Massachusetts, as well, for a 131 pound white marlin caught off Nantucket in 1982.
Palmer held high offices in the Game Fishing Club of South Australia and the Game Fishing Association of Australia; he promoted the formation of the New Zealand Game Fishing Council; and was an organizer, team captain, and judge for numerous national and international tournaments.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (18746 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.
He is Past President of The Tuna Club, where he still holds a Club record set in 1970 for a 503 pound broadbill swordfish on 80 pound dacron line, and he remains on the records books in Massachusetts, as well, for a 131 pound white marlin caught off Nantucket in 1982.
Palmer held high offices in the Game Fishing Club of South Australia and the Game Fishing Association of Australia; he promoted the formation of the New Zealand Game Fishing Council; and was an organizer, team captain, and judge for numerous national and international tournaments.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (18746 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.
He is Past President of The Tuna Club, where he still holds a Club record set in 1970 for a 503 pound broadbill swordfish on 80 pound dacron line, and he remains on the records books in Massachusetts, as well, for a 131 pound white marlin caught off Nantucket in 1982.
Palmer held high offices in the Game Fishing Club of South Australia and the Game Fishing Association of Australia; he promoted the formation of the New Zealand Game Fishing Council; and was an organizer, team captain, and judge for numerous national and international tournaments.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (18746 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.
He is Past President of The Tuna Club, where he still holds a Club record set in 1970 for a 503 pound broadbill swordfish on 80 pound dacron line, and he remains on the records books in Massachusetts, as well, for a 131 pound white marlin caught off Nantucket in 1982.
Palmer held high offices in the Game Fishing Club of South Australia and the Game Fishing Association of Australia; he promoted the formation of the New Zealand Game Fishing Council; and was an organizer, team captain, and judge for numerous national and international tournaments.
www.igfa.org /hall.asp   (18746 words)

  
 ESPN Classic - Johnson's Red Sox lost classic Series in '75
Johnson's only teams with winning records were the Red Sox, who were 84-78 in 1974 and 95-65 in 1975.
BOSTON -- Darrell Johnson, who managed the Boston Red Sox to the 1975 World Series and was the first manager of the expansion Seattle Mariners two years later, has died at age 75.
The 1975 team had Carl Yastrzemski, Carlton Fisk, Dwight Evans, Luis Tiant and rookies Fred Lynn and Jim Rice.
espn.go.com /classic/obit/s/2004/0504/1795356.html   (601 words)

  
 The New Yorker: PRINTABLES
As we spoke, he stared periodically at a computer screen, where he had pulled up the records of some of the Red Sox’ six farm teams.
James e-mails frequently, which is how he communicates with Boston (“I don’t do telephone,” he likes to say), and he relies on the Internet for statistics, but he’s not a Web enthusiast.
Epstein was grateful to have James in town, to test ideas on him, and to give him a sense of how the team operates.
www.newyorker.com /printables/fact/030714fa_fact1   (601 words)

  
 Major League Baseball (MLB) at AllSports (tm) - For the Fans! By The Fans! (tm)
However, the Angels were never able to reach the World Series, coming the closest in 1986 when they blew a three games to one lead and lost to the Boston Red Sox in the American League Championship Series.
Autry is the only entertainer to have five stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame -- one each for radio, records, movies, television and live performance including rodeo and theater appearances.
Autry was the Angels' owner since the team was formed as an American League franchise in 1961.
www.allsports.com /mlb/news/10-02-1998c.htm   (601 words)

  
 Opentopia Encyclopedia
Jack Eugene Jensen (March 9, 1927 - July 14, 1982), born in San Francisco, California, was a Major League Baseball outfielder and right-handed batter who played for the New York Yankees (1950-52), Washington Senators (1952-53) and Boston Red Sox (1954-59, 1961).
This was the model that inspired Grover to start the Jack..
He has recorded three solo records but has never since achieved the su..
encycl.opentopia.com /J/JA/JAC   (601 words)

  
 Boston Red Sox : History : Timeline
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 joined the Boston Red Sox in 1965 as a shortstop that would develop a powerful stroke at the plate.
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   (601 words)

  
 News & Notes
The Red Sox beat the New York Yankees 10-3 to clinch the American League Championship Series.
The New York Yankees established championship series records in runs (19) and hits (22) and tied the doubles record (eight) in their 19-8 win over Boston on Oct. 16th.
Little was also named to the league's all rookie team as the first line centre.
www.sportsexpress.ca /news&.htm   (601 words)

  
 Atlantic Coast Conference's 50th Anniversary - Top 50 Male Athletes :: 50-member team was voted on by a 120-member blue-ribbon committee that was selected by the league's 50th Anniversary Committee.
Two-time American League Batting Champion with the Boston Red Sox.
his 1,802 rebounds is the 15th-highest in NCAA history and his four-year totals for free throws and free throw attempts are still national records...
Two-time consensus All-American (1998 and 99) and All-ACC who had most touchdown receptions (32) in FSU history...ACC's all-time receiving yardage leader with 3,517...had a catch in 41 straight games...MVP of the national title game in the 1999 Sugar Bowl with a bowl record three touchdowns.
theacc.ocsn.com /genrel/012103aaa.html   (601 words)

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