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 Joe Nuxhall
The choice of the fans was overwhelmingly, "Hamilton Joe Nuxhall" who holds many records in Cincinnati Reds Stats and was a (beloved) former partner of Marty Brennaman, the Reds long-time radio announcer.
- Joe Nuxhall, born Joseph Henry Nuxhall July 30, 1928 in Hamilton, Ohio, has his likeness cast in bronze at (Crosley Plaza) the entrance of the "Great American Ballpark" - Home of The Cincinnati Reds Baseball Team.
It is the story of a young man from Hamilton, Ohio who pitched for the Cincinnati Reds at Crosley Field when he was 15 years old. /LINK/Nuxhall.html   (387 words)

Cincinnati Reds NFL Cincinnati Reds of the National Football League played the 1933 season and the first 8 games of the 1934season.
It was at Horrigan's insistence that the merged leagues retained American Football League team, coaching, and player records/statistics as official pro football records.
Defunct NFL teams Defunct NFL teams 1920-1952 The following is a list and brief history of teams that at one time played in National Football League. /cgi-bin/ayexe.cgi/?keywords=nfl   (1117 words)

On the surface, very little about John Alexander Bid McPhee's unexpected election to th e Hall of Fame makes much sense, including this: Although he broke in and played his entire career with the Reds, McPhee's original Cincinnati uniform was orange and black.
If the Reds included 19th-century numbers among their records, McPhee would rank first in stolen bases (568) and triples (188) and third in hits (2,250) behind Pete Rose and Dave Concepcion.
Their success, however, had been long forgotten until Tuesday, when McPhee rose from his team's multi-hued ashes to achieve a surprising place in the Hall of Fame, elected out of thin air by the veterans committee. /sports/2000/mcphee030100.html   (787 words) - Baseball - Baseball states its case against Rose - Tuesday December 10, 2002 08:52 PM
Dowd's report concluded that Rose had bet on baseball, and in particular, on games of the Cincinnati Reds during the 1985, 1986 and 1987 seasons.
Also corroborating Janszen's story, according to the Dowd report, are phone records showing calls Janszen made to bookies and sports betting lines that coincide with game starting times and dates in his betting records.
But players, managers and coaches face severe sanctions if they bet on baseball and are subject to a lifetime ban if they bet on games involving their team. /baseball/news/2002/12/10/rose_evidence   (1971 words)

 Find A Grave - Millions of Cemetery Records and Online Memorials
Sports-wise, he purchased majority interest in the Cincinnati Reds baseball team in 1936 and held that ownership until his death.
Crosley was the great American innovator and visionary who brought affordable Crosley automobiles, radios, appliances and entertainment to the American public at a time when they were most needed.
Crosley also manufactured a compact automobile called the "Crosley". /cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=4444   (142 words)

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