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  Doc Cramer - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Roger Maxwell "Doc" Cramer (July 22, 1905 - September 9, 1990), born in Beach Haven, New Jersey, was a Major League Baseball center fielder and left-handed batter who played in the American League for the Philadelphia Athletics (1929-35), Boston Red Sox (1936-40), Washington Senators (1941) and Detroit Tigers (1942-48).
Cramer tied a major league record by going 6-for-6 in a nine-inning game, and he is the only American League player to do it twice (1932 and 1935).
Cramer was selected for the All-Star game five times (1935, 1937-40), and in 1934 he hit for the cycle.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Doc_Cramer   (431 words)

  Doc Cramer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cramer was a spray leadoff hitter who regularly stretched singles into doubles -- although he was a non-factor as a base stealer.
Cramer's case for the Hall of Fame is weak on the basis of hitting alone.
Cramer's fielding statistics support the anecdotal evidence and common belief that he was a fine glove man. His lifetime fielding percentage and range factor well exceed league averages for his time.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Doc_Cramer   (1088 words)

 Doc Cramer - SoSH | Boston Red Sox | Red Sox Rumors | Spring Training | Pawtucket Red Sox
Cramer was able to stick around for a few more seasons and in 1934 set a team record among left-handed hitters with 202 hits, and topped it in 1935 with 214 (still the Athletics franchise record for a left-handed batter).
Cramer was traded to the Washington Senators on December 12 of that year, and was sent to the Detroit Tigers exactly one year later after hitting.273.
During a minor league season in the Blue Ridge League in 1929, Cramer was locked in a close race with soon to be Red Sox Joe Vosmik for the league batting title.
www.sonsofsamhorn.net /wiki/index.php/Doc_Cramer   (586 words)

 Doc Cramer - BR Bullpen
Doc Cramer is sometimes mentioned by sabermetricians as a player whose.296 batting average and 2,705 hits overstate his true value.
Cramer's highest vote total in BBWAA voting for the Hall of Fame was 6%.
He had two nicknames: "Doc", because he had taken an interest in medicine as a young man, and "Flit" because a sportswriter thought him death to fly balls, and there was an insecticide at the time by that name.
www.baseball-reference.com /bullpen/Doc_Cramer   (953 words)

 Doc Cramer | The BASEBALL Page
Cramer earned the name because he was "death to flies." The nickname "Doc" (Cramer's given first name was Roger), reportedly stemmed from his knowledge of medicine and medical procedures.
Cramer tutored young Nellie Fox while he was a coach with the White Sox, from 1951 to 1953.
Cramer was a better defensive player than Miller and Haas and was almost certainly better with the stick than the aging Miller in 1931-1932, but he was wasted on the bench.
www.thebaseballpage.com /players/cramedo01.php   (584 words)

 APP.COM - PLAY BALL: Daughter waits to hear the "Doc" is in
The time is nearing for Joan Cramer to hear the magic words — that her father, Roger "Doc" Cramer, has been selected as a member of Baseball's Hall of Fame.
Among the more than 7,000 fans were 2,000 Doc Cramer backers from the Stafford area who were enjoying the festivities and received bobblehead dolls of the most successful offensive player ever from the Shore area.
Cramer had Hall of Fame credentials and in the late '70s, friends, including Art Criss, the former athletic director at Southern Regional High School, began campaigning to get Doc into the Hall.
www.app.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?Date=20060818&Category=ISLANDER&ArtNo=608180482&SectionCat=LIFE&Template=printart   (800 words)

 A Day In The Life   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The only break in the peaceful silence at Stafford's Doc Cramer Park on a warm September late afternoon is the "ping" of an aluminum bat connecting with a softball.
Roger Maxwell Cramer was born July 22, 1905, in Beach Haven.
Doc Cramer Boulevard leads to Doc Cramer Park -- a 76-acre complex that has 23 ball fields, including tracts for softball, baseball, football and soccer.
www.injersey.com /day/story/0,2379,619041,00.html   (309 words)

 American Heroes
Although not, as yet, a member of the Hall of Fame, center fielder Roger 'Doc' Cramer was an accomplished all-around ballplayer.
Known for his speed and his ability to hit the ball to all fields, Doc Cramer hit over.300 eight times, collected 200 or more hits three times, and from 1932 to 1940 never hit below.290.
Doc Cramer lifetime: 296 BA, 396 Ds, 109 Ts, 37 HR, 1357 Runs, 842 RBIs, 672 SB, 572 Ws, 345 Ks, 2,705 Hits in 9140 at bats.
www.baseballhistorian.com /html/american_heroes.cfm?page=81   (1627 words)

 Doc Cramer Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Doc Cramer was born on Saturday, July 22, 1905, in Beach Haven, New Jersey.
Cramer was 24 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 18, 1929, with the Philadelphia Athletics.
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 Doc Cramer baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=cramedo01   (309 words)

 Stock Market Message Board Wall Street Hates Most
Cramer said he's amazed at how many investors are still in the market, they should use these crazy bear market rallys and take some off the table.
Cramer didn't say 'short' he said 'take some off the table" -- and he was addressing his "investors" friends not his fellow traders.
Doc is right on what he said on the other thread, most if not all will hold until *the* final bottom.
www.capitalstool.com /forums/index.php?showtopic=1436   (1442 words)

 Doc Cramer | BaseballLibrary.com
Cramer was a semi-pro pitcher when discovered by Cy Perkins and signed by the Athletics.
Sent to Martinsburg of the Blue Ridge League in 1929, he was locked in a close race with Joe Vosmik for the league batting title.
Towards the end of his career, he was frequently used as a pinch-hitter, and led the AL with nine pinch hits in 1947.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/C/Cramer_Doc.stm   (920 words)

 Dateline: July
Philadelphia Athletics outfielder Roger "Doc" Cramer, Beach Haven, New Jersey, collects 6 hits in 6 at bats for the second time in his major league career.
Cramer would go on to lead the league in at bats with 644.
Roger "Doc" Cramer was born in Beach Haven New Jersey.
www.sjsports.com /baseball/cschick/dateline_9907.html   (942 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Turn right at the first traffic light (Commerce Bank) onto Doc Cramer Blvd. Take your first right (proceed behind Commerce Bank) and then our first left continuing on Doc Cramer Blvd. Pass the mall with Staples.
Doc Cramer Park will be approximately ½ mile on your left.
After you pass the Parkway entrance, proceed to the first traffic light and turn right (Commerce Bank) onto Doc Cramer Blvd. Take your first right (proceeding behind Commerce Bank) and then your first left continuing on Doc Cramer Blvd. Pass the mall with Staples.
www.raceforum.com /directions/bythebay.htm   (133 words)

 Doc Bob BLOG
Already the fellas are singing the praises of those things, and they all say that it's made a hell of a difference in how comfortable their helmets are.
Doc Bob, The moment we got the first 75 pads from Operation Helmet, we distributed and installed them.
Thanks again for all you do - its an honor to snow you and we are proud to have such great folks who have gone before us remember us today.
www.operation-helmet.org /docbobsblog.html   (10137 words)

 Poynter Online - How Could They Leave Out Moby Dick?
Doc came away from this book thinking that DiMaggio was an even greater sports hero, but a terrible human being.
Kevin is a good friend of Dr. Ink, so Doc was delighted when this definitive study of baseball scouting made the list.
Doc learned to read by studying the backs of baseball cards, so this work was a natural.
www.poynter.org /dg.lts/id.1/aid.17276/column.htm   (542 words)

 Ohio & Darke Co. Ohio Cramer Genealogy
Marriage liscence issued in Montgomery Co OHIO 1836 He was married in May 14, 1836 to Isabella Riddle.
2 James Polk Cramer Sex: Male 1845 - 1934 b: 12 Jan, 1845 in From Miamisburg, Ohio d: 14 Jul, 1934 in Cramer farm on Cramer Rd near Versalles-b Greenlawn Cem.
COPYRIGHT NOTICE All materials contained on these pages are furnished for the free use of those engaged researching their family origins.
jwcramer.freeyellow.com /page1.html   (947 words)

 Shindig! March 2005 Reviews - Dave Penny's Corner
Most comfortable in a solo or duo setting, Doc was nevertheless matched with a country band - in fact THE country band - when 'Good Deal!' was recorded in March 1968 with the Nashville A-team which included Grady Martin (guitar), Tommy Jackson (fiddle) and Floyd Cramer (piano).
The setting may be unfamiliar, but not Doc's repertoire, chosen from traditional old timey war-horses like the ancient 'Shady Grove', 1930s country hits from the likes of Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Acuff, Cliff Carlisle and The Carter Family, and old minstrel/vaudeville showstoppers such as 'Alabama Jubilee' and 'Bye Bye Blues'.
The Doc Watson and Son LP was issued in 1965 and features Doc (vocal/guitar/harmonica) accompanied by his 15 year old son, Merle on second guitar.
www.shindig-magazine.com /reviews-mar2005-2.html   (567 words)

 Press of Atlantic City.com | Ocean : Mobile home park moving to make way for commercial development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
STAFFORD TOWNSHIP-When Connie Cranmer first moved into Pine Crest Village here in 1969, what is now a large commercial center across Doc Cramer Boulevard from the mobile home park was just woodlands.
And she also isn't happy about some of the side effects of the commercial development across Doc Cramer Boulevard.
Children used to be able to play basketball in the street in front of her mobile home, so infrequent was the traffic, and the development has spawned more litter, Link said.
www.pressofatlanticcity.com /news/local/ocean/v-printer/story/5805197p-5821497c.html   (748 words)

 APP: Cranberries, eagles and . . . baseball   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
During the 1880s, cranberry harvesting became an industry in Stafford when folks followed the work of James Webb, who experimented by flooding cranberry bogs in winter to protect the vines from freezing.
Late Stafford resident Roger "Doc" Cramer, whose major league baseball career spanned from 1929 to 1948, had 2,705 career hits.
Motorists might be a little startled when they see "Turtle Crossing" signs along the two Dock Roads in the area.
orig.app.com /lifein/story/0,21786,1298870,00.html   (181 words)

 Doc Cramer - Statistics - The Baseball Cube   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Doc Cramer - Statistics - The Baseball Cube
The order of teams does not reflect the order of teams played during a season for the Doc Cramer.
Its important to note that the report is based on the same statistics displayed on the TBC web site and so players with incomplete statistics will have an incomplete teammates report.
www.thebaseballcube.com /players/C/doc-cramer.shtml   (1124 words)

 RealScreen - RealScreen Summit Round-up
The Summit's keynote address was passionately delivered by CNN International Networks President Chris Cramer, who dubbed doc-makers and journalists international society's modern day town criers.
"What a thrill it would be if you managed to crank that number of questions up by just a few." Cramer also scolded filmmakers, together with the globe's broadcast and news outlets, for the decline of international topics aired.
He went on to praise the BBC and CNN for upholding "the best practices of the doc business." Cramer's recipe for a healthy business in the future: partnerships.
www.realscreen.com /articles/plus/20020221/summit.html   (495 words)

 Directions to Fields   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
There is a big green sign indicating Washington Blvd. and Doc Cramer Blvd. After turning right at McDonalds make an immediate left onto Washington Blvd. Proceed about 1/4 of mile until the next right which is Doc Cramer Blvd. Make a right onto Doc Cramer Blvd and proceed up the hill.
Please be careful and obey the 25 mph speed on Doc Cramer.
As you proceed on Doc Cramer be sure to stop at the crosswalks.
home.earthlink.net /~kubrickik/id8.html   (791 words)

 Doc Cramer Bibliography | BaseballLibrary.com
Cramer, Roger Maxwell "Doc," "Flit" by Linthurst, B. Randolph
Cramer and Williams: A Classic Collision in the Outfield by Obojski, Robert
Doc Cramer - A Star In Many Ways by Westcott, Rich
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/sabr/tbi/C/Cramer_Doc.tbi.stm   (496 words)

 Batter's Box Interactive Magazine - Doctor, Doctor ... Mr. M.D.
Now, as for those other guys, here's the Doc squad, with a healthy, hearty starting rotation, to be sure, but not what anyone would call a star-studded starting lineup or deep bench.
Thanks to the rotation, this team is probably better than the Terrapins above, but random projections put it at a fairly narrow 84-78 over a full season, with Dihigo, the best player on either team by a wide margin, almost singlehandedly responsible for keeping his team within six games of the Doctors.
How was it he never got called "Doc?" (Actually, I think it's possible that Taylor went to med school after his baseball career, whereas George Medich was studying to become a doctor while he was still active.
www.battersbox.ca /article.php?story=20050507004507534   (1327 words)

 Map   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
You will see a sign for Washington Ave, Doc Cramer
Make a right onto Doc Cramer and proceed up a slight hill.
Turn left off McKinley onto Doc Cramer and proceed to rear of school.
home.earthlink.net /~allsaintsathletics/id6.html   (131 words)

 Gunboards - Babe Ruth's Guns   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
"It almost happened when the Babe went hunting with Roger "Doc" Cramer, a baseball player whom Ruth had gone hunting with many times.
Ruth slipped and fell into the mud and the mud jammed the barrel of the shotgun.
Ruth did not realize the mud was stuck in the barrel, and when he fired the gun, the end of the barrel blew apart.
www.gunboards.com /forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=79531   (442 words)

 Doc Cramer Philadelphia Athletics Historical Society Gift Shoppe: Eddie Mayo Caricature Artwork by Ronnie Joyner
Doc Cramer Philadelphia Athletics Historical Society Gift Shoppe: Eddie Mayo Caricature Artwork by Ronnie Joyner
Caricature style of Doc Cramer by artist Ronnie Joyner
All of the proceeds from the sale of Joyners Caricatures are donated to the A's Society by Ron Joyner.
www.philadelphiaathletics.org /joyner/cramer.htm   (104 words)

 NSA NJ Doc Creamer Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Follow Signs to a left onto New Washington Ave.
Proceed east and make a right onto Doc Cramer Blvd. Proceed approx.
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www.nsanj.com /park/cramer.htm   (141 words)

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