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  Bucky Harris - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Harris spent most of his playing career as a second baseman with the Washington Senators (1919-28), playing two seasons with the Detroit Tigers (1929-30) before ending his playing career in 1931.
One of baseball's "boy managers", Harris both played for and managed the Senators beginning in 1924, directing the team to a World Series Championship in his rookie season and the AL pennant the following year.
Bucky Harris died in Bethesda, Maryland, on his 81st birthday.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Bucky_Harris   (198 words)

 Coach 'Bucky' Harris dies at 80   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Harris became known for his no-nonsense approach to the game and compassion for his players, as well as his dedication to the university, which continued for three decades after he retired from coaching in 1967.
Harris led Textile to its first NCAA tourney in 1958 and to the Eastern Regional championship in 1963, when the Rams lost to Evansville, which was led by current Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan.
Harris on Nov. 18 during a ceremony in which the court at Bucky Harris Gymnasium was named after him.
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 HickokSports.com - Biography - Bucky Harris
Never a star player, Harris was a dependable performer who, beginning in 1922, teamed with veteran shortstop Roger Peckinpaugh to form the league's best double-play combination.
Although he was the youngest starter on the team, Harris received a telegram offering him the job as manager while he was golfing in Florida during the winter of 1924.
Harris also served at various times as a minor-league manager, a scout, and a major-league executive.
www.hickoksports.com /biograph/harrisbucky.shtml   (408 words)

 The Review - Bucky Harris' legacy lives on at Philadelphia U.
When Walter F. "Bucky" Harris passed away at the age of 80 on Dec. 6, the university lost a man who had been an important part of the university for 43 years.
During his career at Philadelphia University (then called the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science), Harris coached basketball and soccer, was the athletic director, and held the post of director of the physical plant.
Harris lived on campus -- in a home know as the white house -- during his tenure, until he relocated to another home on campus.
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 Elysian Fields Quarterly - The Baseball Review
Bucky Harris had managed brilliantly, while performing in the clutch on the field.
Bucky Harris knocked in two runs, and that was all Tom Zachary needed; the Senators took the victory, 2–1, and the teams headed to a seventh game the next day.
Manager Bucky Harris is seated in the center of the first row; Walter Johnson is next to him on the right.
www.efqreview.com /NewFiles/v17n3/onhistoricalground.html   (3030 words)

 Bucky Harris - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Bucky Harris - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Harris, Bucky (1896-1977), American baseball player and manager, who at the age of 27 led the Washington Senators to two American League (AL)...
Katherine Harris certifying Florida’s vote in the 2000 Presidential election
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 Bucky Harris | BaseballLibrary.com
Harris, the youngest man to lead a major league team to a World Series victory, was elected, as a manager, to the Hall of Fame in 1975 by the Veterans Committee.
Harris had annoyed Griffith by playing pro basketball over the winter, in violation of his contract, but the owner still tabbed him the job.
Bucky Harris lifts one into the temporary seats in LF for a 1—0 lead.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/H/Harris_Bucky.stm   (1989 words)

 Bucky Harris
In his first season at the helm was 27-year-old Bucky Harris, the youngest regular ML manager and the team's second baseman.
Under Harris, the Senators repeated as AL champs in 1925, but lost a hard-fought seven-game Series to the Pirates.
Despite the many losing campaigns, Harris was regarded as a knowledgeable manager and was extremely popular with his players.
www.baseball-statistics.com /HOF/Harris.html   (284 words)

 Signature Analysis and Signing Habits of Hall of Famer Stanley Raymond ''Bucky'' Harris - PSA Library
Neighborhood friends gave him the moniker of "Bucky." His parents divorced shortly after moving to Pittston, PA in 1901 and at the age of thirteen, he quit school to work in a colliery.
Harris was an obliging signer in the mail and in person like most sports figures of his time.
Harris is not a particular target for forgers.
www.psacard.com /go.chtml?l=ExpertsCorner&m=396&s=arch   (1026 words)

 The Times-Tribune - No. 12 Bucky Harris Pittston
His real name was Stanley, he went by Bucky and he was called the Boy Wonder.
Harris was a good athlete - even played pro basketball in the offseason - and was known primarily for his glove work, but he batted over.280 five times with more than 120 hits eight straight seasons.
Harris suffered from Parkinson's disease late in his life, but lived long enough to see himself inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1975.
www.thetimes-tribune.com /site/news.cfm?newsid=13559296&BRD=2185&PAG=461&dept_id=416049&rfi=6   (334 words)

 Bucky Harris - rFind.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Du kan se om Bucky Harris finns i wiktionary eller på norska, nynorska eller danska wikipedia.
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www.rfind.net /info/Bucky_Harris   (316 words)

 Bucky Harris | The BASEBALL Page
Harris enjoyed a solid 12-year playing career as a second baseman, highlighted by his fielding play and his clutch performance in the 1924 World Series.
Harris was a second baseman, playing 1,253 games at that position, primarily in the 1920s.
Harris managed the AL All-Star team in 1948; he was named Manager of the Year by The Sporting News in 1947.
www.thebaseballpage.com /players/harribu01.php   (534 words)

 Bucky Harris MLB Baseball Manager   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Bucky Harris was an Major League Baseball Manager who was born on November 8, 1896.
Bucky Harris was born as Stanley Raymond and later changed his name.
Below you will find the overall record for Bucky Harris from the teams he managed, the number of games he worked, his winning percentage, the number of wins, the total number of losses and other personal data.
www.sportspool.com /baseball/managers/harribu01m.php   (228 words)

 Bucky Harris - meaning of word   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Stanley Raymond \"Bucky\" Harris (November 8, 1896 - November 8, 1977) was a Major League Baseball player, Manager (baseball) and executive.
One of baseball's "boy managers", Harris both played for and managed the Senators beginning in 1924 in sports, directing the team to a World Series Championship in his rookie season and the American League pennant the following year.
After leaving the Senators initially in 1928 (he would twice return to manage them again from 1935-42), Harris managed the Tigers also twice (1929-33, 1955-56), Boston Red Sox (1934), Philadelphia Phillies (briefly known as the Blue Jays, 1943), and the 1947 in sports World Series New York Yankees.
www.wordsonline.org /Bucky_Harris   (195 words)

 PSA - Professional Sports Authenticator
tanley Raymond Harris was born on November 8, 1896 on Ball Street in Port Jervis, NY.
His parents divorced shortly after moving to Pittston, PA in 1901 and at the age of thirteen, he quit school to work in a colliery.
His success made “The Boy Wonder” the talk of The Capitol’s social circles and his marriage in 1926 to Elizabeth Sutherland, daughter of the former Senator Howard Sutherland from West Virginia, was considered a major social event.
www.psacard.com /smrweb/backissues/smr1202/autoexpert.chtml   (1008 words)

 Bucky Harris Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Bucky Harris was born on Sunday, November 8, 1896, in Port Jervis, New York.
Harris was 22 years old when he broke into the big leagues on August 28, 1919, with the Washington Senators.
His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Bucky Harris baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=harribu01   (305 words)

 Bucky Harris and Walter Johnson ignored unwritten rules on no-hit games. (From a Researcher's Notebook). | Health Care ...
Bucky Harris and Walter Johnson ignored unwritten rules on no-hit games.
When Brenly had time to reflect on his actions he realized that he was off base and that San Diego still had a chance to win, but the event sparked comments about "unwritten rules" that supposedly come into play in the late innings of no-hit and perfect games.
Hall of Fame manager Bucky Harris and Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson had no truck with "unwritten rules." In the second game of a doubleheader in Washington on September 19, 1925, Ted Lyons of the White Sox held the Senators hitless for 8-2/3 innings.
www.allbusiness.com /health-care-social-assistance/social-assistance-individual/835730-1.html   (630 words)

 Yankee Managers trivia [Archive] - NYYFans.com Yankees Message Board
Bucky Harris, 1924 Washington Senators / 1947 Yankees
Bucky Harris, 1924 with Washington and 1947 with Yankees.
Also Bucky Harris, but not when he was with the Yankees.
forums.nyyfans.com /archive/index.php/t-18336.html   (364 words)

 Bucky Harris | National Baseball Hall of Fame
Bucky Harris spent seven different decades in the majors as a player, manager, executive, and scout.
Harris also managed the Tigers, the Red Sox and the Phillies, and led the Yankees to a World Championship in 1947.
Tell someone about Bucky Harris by sending a free Hall of Fame Digital Postcard.
www.baseballhalloffame.org /hofers_and_honorees/hofer_bios/harris_bucky.htm   (264 words)

 Bucky Harris baseball trading cards - cheap
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 Welcome to Lelands.com - Lot 307. Two Bucky Harris Photos by Charles Conlon
These 2 vintage 1920s photos of Washington Senators "boy wonder" player-manager Bucky Harris were taken by Charles Conlon, perhaps the best baseball photographer of his time whose work graced many venues.
In these 6 1/2 x 8" shots, Harris' intensity and overpowering presence are shown.
Shot of Harris at bat has Conlon's and The Ring's (magazine) stampings on back.
www.lelands.com /bid.aspx?lot=307&auctionid=505   (109 words)

 Batter's Box Interactive Magazine - Survey Says ... Polling All Harrises
Greg A. Harris, you might recall, is the ultimate LOOGY/closer in that he is the only man in big league history to pitch with both hands in games that counted...
Another guy not making the team is poor RHP Joe W. Harris, who was 2-21 for the 1906 Red Sox and finished with a career mark of -- brace youselves -- 3-30...
Another RHRP, Reggie Harris, was 2-3 in sporadic appearances throughout the 1990s while current SEA RHP Jeff Harris was 2-5 in 2005 (there's nice symmetry to that) mostly in a starting role...
www.battersbox.ca /article.php?story=20051004212209685   (1106 words)

 Historic Chattahoochee Commission Store
Signed, limited edition art prints and posters will be sold by the Commission to raise money for its heritage-tourism program of work and to spotlight selected subjects from the rich history and culture of this region.
Bucky Bowles produced his first successful painting at age eleven under the watchful eye of his favorite artist, his grandmother.
BuckyÂ’s interest in the history of the Chattahoochee River and early development of Columbus led to a series of paintings of riverboats that traveled the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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 Coach 'Bucky' Harris dies at 80   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
As the coach at Philadelphia Textile for 13 years, he set the NCAA Division II record for career winning percentage.
Harris' son, Billy, has raised more than $500,000.
Harris is survived by his wife, Lorraine; a son, Walter Jr.
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Harris also played second base for the Senators from 1919-1928 and for the Tigers in 1929 and 1931.
The original of this photograph was taken in 1925, while Harris was Manager of the Senators.
The Washington Senators were World Champions in 1924 and American League Champions in 1925, losing the World Series to the Pittsburgh Pirates in seven games.
www.galleryofhistory.com /archive/8_2002/sports/BUCKY_HARRIS.htm   (265 words)

 Bucky Harris - BR Bullpen
Bucky Harris was General Manager of the Boston Red Sox in 1959 and 1960.
Quote: "If you can't play for Bucky, you don't belong in the major leagues." Joe DiMaggio.
Harris was a scout for the Chicago White Sox and Washington Senators from 1962 to 1971.
www.baseball-reference.com /bullpen/Bucky_Harris   (143 words)

 Bucky Harris Managerial Record - Baseball-Reference.com
You Are Here > Baseball-Reference.com > Managers > Bucky Harris
Born November 8, 1896 in Port Jervis, NY
Statistics may come from our work, the Baseball Databank, or other sources including SABR.org and RetroSheet.org..
www.baseball-reference.com /managers/harribu01.shtml   (134 words)

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