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  Mickey Cochrane - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Cochrane, Mickey (1903-62), American baseball player, considered one of the greatest catchers in baseball.
Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane (April 6, 1903 – June 28, 1962) was a catcher and manager in Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Athletics and Detroit Tigers.
Mickey Cochrane batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statistics for each season and his career, and a list of any post-season awards he has won and...
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 Mickey Cochrane Obituary
Cochrane, who made his major league debute with the Athletics in 1925, was the American League's Most Valuable Player of 1928.
Cochrane, who first athletics prominence came as a Boston University halfback, was born in Bridgewater, Mass., on April 6, 1903.
On May 25, 1937, Mickey Cochrane stepped to the plate for the final at bats of his Major League playing career and became the fifth junior circuit player to hit a home run in his final at bat.
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 BIOPROJ.SABR.ORG :: The Baseball Biography Project.
Cochrane was born on April 6, 1903, in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, the fifth of seven children of immigrants John and Sadie Cochrane.
Cochrane was one of the cogs in Connie Mack's dynamite team that copped three consecutive American League pennants from 1929 to 1931.
Cochrane was selected as American League MVP twice, in 1928 and 1934, primarily on his leadership abilities rather than his statistical accomplishments.
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  Mickey Cochrane Information
Mickey Cochrane is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Mickey Cochrane (along with Ray Schalk) would be the only friend to attend Cobb's funeral.
Cochrane's playing career came to a sudden end on May 25, 1937 when he was hit in the head by a pitch by Yankees pitcher Bump Hadley.
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  Mickey Cochrane
Cochrane enjoyed his best year in 1930, when he hit.357 with 10 home runs and 85 RBI and scored 110 runs.
Cochrane's playing career came to a sudden end on May 25, 1937 when he was hit in the head by a pitch by Yankees pitcher Bump Hadley.
Cochrane was elected into the United States Baseball Hall of Fame in 1947[?].
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 Mickey Mantle's NYC
Mickey lost the 1960 MVP award by three votes and the 1961 honor by four votes (both to teammate Roger Maris).
Mickey was elected to the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility, 1974, and went in with Whitney Ford, who made it in his second year.
Mickey and Roger Maris costarred in the motion picture “Safe at Home,” which was filmed in Ft. Lauderdale Stadium early in 1962, prior to the actual opening of the Yankees' new spring training facility.
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  Mickey Cochrane   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane (April 6, 1903- June 28, 1962) was a professional baseball player (catcher) for the Philadelphia Athletics and Detroit Tigers.
Cochrane enjoyed his best year in 1930, when he hit.357 with 10 home runs and 85 RBI and scored 110 runs.
Cochrane's playing career came to a sudden end on May 25, 1937 when he was hit in the head by a pitch by Yankees pitcher Bump Hadley.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane (April 6, 1903 – June 28, 1962) was a catcher and manager in Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Athletics and Detroit Tigers.
Cochrane was educated at Boston University where he played five sports.
Mickey Cochrane (along with Ray Schalk and Nap Rucker) would be the only friend to attend Cobb's funeral.
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 Mickey Cochrane biography
Though not known for his defense, Mickey Cochrane was one of the greatest hitting catchers of all-time.
Cochrane played on three pennant winners while in Philadelphia (including World Series wins in 1929 and 1930), and two more with Detroit in 1934 and 1935, as a player-manager for the Tigers.
Cochrane finished his playing career with a.320 batting average and.419 on-base percentage, both career records for a catcher.
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 Mickey Cochrane at AllExperts
Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane (April 6, 1903 â€" June 28, 1962) was a catcher and manager in Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Athletics and Detroit Tigers.
Cochrane was a close friend of fellow baseball legend Ty Cobb.
Mickey Cochrane (along with Ray Schalk) would be the only friend to attend Cobb's funeral.
en.allexperts.com /e/m/mi/mickey_cochrane.htm   (647 words)

  
 Mickey Cochrane - ArticleWorld
Mickey Cochrane, born Gordon Stanley Cochrane was born in Massachusetts in April of 1903.
On May 25, 1937 Cochrane was hit in the head by a pitch.
At the age of 59, Mickey Cochrane died of lymphatic cancer.
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 Encyclopedia of Baseball Catchers - Charlie Bevis "Mickey Cochrane"
Cochrane was hitless again, as he was in Game 2 also, although he managed to keep the game alive in the bottom of the 9th with two outs by coaxing Grimes into a walk on a 3-2 count.
Cochrane himself was not playing up to his lofty standards, and for once there seemed little he could do to stop that slide.
Mickey’s bat awoke slightly with an rbi-single in the A's 4-run 5th inning, a line drive that Frisch leaped to knock down but which Mickey legged out to beat his throw to Bottomley at first.
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 BBTF's Hall of Merit Discussion :: Mickey Cochrane
Cochrane should be recognized as a great catcher who had a long career by the standards of his time.
MIckey's father outlived him by about five years and Mickey's on, who was killed in WW II, are buried in the local family plot.
Cochrane was an outfielder until turning pro and Mack said he was a horrible catcher when he arrived in the majors.
www.baseballthinkfactory.org /files/hall_of_merit/discussion/mickey_cochrane   (1508 words)

  
 Pat the Stat's Tribute to Mickey Cochrane
Cochrane had all the attributes expected of a great catcher — mastery of calling pitches, good arm, and defensive capabilities.
Cochrane was selected American League MVP twice, in 1928 and 1934, primarily on his leadership abilities, which one writer has characterized
In 1947 Cochrane was the first catcher elected by the baseball writers to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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 Mickey Cochrane - BR Bullpen
Cochrane quickly became one of the best hitters in baseball, and he won the American League Most Valuable Player Award in 1928 (despite hitting.293, one of only four times in his career he was below.300).
Later on, Cochrane spent time as General Manager of the Athletics, a scout for the Yankees and Tigers, and a coach for the 1950 Philadelphia Athletics.
Away from the diamond, Cochrane was a lieutenant in World War II; he entered military service in 1942 with the US Navy and managed the Service All-Stars at Cleveland on July 7, 1942.
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 The Ballplayers - Mickey Cochrane | BaseballLibrary.com
Cochrane demonstrated his leadership and versatility in his years at Boston University, where he was not only a quarterback, punter, and running back, but also at times the trainer and coach.
Cochrane batted a career-best.357 in 1930, and reached career highs in homers (23), RBI (112), and runs scored (118) two years later.
Cochrane eventually served as coach and GM for the A's, scout for the Yankees and Tigers, and VP of the Tigers.
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 BIW - Mickey Cochrane
Tragedy struck Cochrane in 1944, his only son, Gordon Jr, was killed at Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
Mickey's gravestone shows he died June 28, 1962, but he started dying June 6, 1944.
Cochrane was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1947.
www.garybed.co.uk /player_biographies/cochrane_mickey.htm   (373 words)

  
 Mickey Cochrane - Wikinfo
Most frequently, Cochrane would bat third, but wherever he hit, his primary job was to get on base so that hard-hitting Al Simmons and Jimmie Foxx could drive him in.
Cochrane's playing career came to a sudden end on May 25, 1937 when he was hit in the head by a pitch by Yankees pitcher Bump Hadley.
Cochrane was elected into the United States Baseball Hall of Fame in 1947.
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 mickey - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Cochrane, Mickey (1903-62), American baseball player, considered one of the greatest catchers in baseball.
Mantle, Mickey (1931-1995), American baseball player, one of the greatest center fielders in the history of the game.
Mickey Mouse, famous cartoon character created in 1928 by Walt Disney.
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 Pat the Stat's Tribute to Mickey Cochrane
Cochrane had all the attributes expected of a great catcher — mastery of calling pitches, good arm, and defensive capabilities.
Cochrane was selected American League MVP twice, in 1928 and 1934, primarily on his leadership abilities, which one writer has characterized
In 1947 Cochrane was the first catcher elected by the baseball writers to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
www.members.aol.com /glassjaw49/Cochrane.html   (636 words)

  
 Mickey Cochrane biography
Though not known for his defense, Mickey Cochrane was one of the greatest hitting catchers of all-time.
Cochrane played on three pennant winners while in Philadelphia (including World Series wins in 1929 and 1930), and two more with Detroit in 1934 and 1935, as a player-manager for the Tigers.
Cochrane finished his playing career with a.320 batting average and.419 on-base percentage, both career records for a catcher.
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 Cornelius "Mickey" Cochrane   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cochrane is recognized nationally for his coaching success and his interest in preserving the history of soccer.
Cochrane has received a multitude of awards due to his dedication as an educator and coach throughout the years.
Cochrane was named USILA Lacrosse Coach of the Year in 1970 and Ohio Soccer Coach of the Year in 1969 and 1972.
www.oberlin.edu /heisman/hallfame/corneliuscochrane.htm   (356 words)

  
 Mickey Cochrane - ExampleProblems.com
Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane (April 6, 1903-June 28, 1962) was a Scottish-American catcher and manager in Major League Baseball for the Philadelphia Athletics and Detroit Tigers.
Template:MLB HoF Known for his fiery temper, Cochrane and teammate Lefty Grove were known to tear up locker rooms after difficult losses.
Cochrane was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1947.
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 Athletics in the Hall of Fame: Mickey Cochrane
In 1923, Cochrane was playing for a team in Dover, DE when the Portland, Oregon team of the Pacific Coast League showed interest in acquiring Cochrane.
Later, Cochrane was player/manager for the Tigers as they won the pennant in 1934, and the World Series in 1935.
Cochrane recovered in time to finish managing the 1937 season, but the injury cut his career short at the age of 34.
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 Mickey Cochrane
Cochrane enjoyed his best year in 1930, when he hit.357 with 10 home runs and 85 RBI and scored 110 runs.
Cochrane's playing career came to a sudden end on May 25, 1937 when he was hit in the head by a pitch by Yankees pitcher Bump Hadley.
With the Athletics having moved out of Philadelphia in 1954, and never retiring the uniform number 2 he wore with them, the Philadelphia Phillies honored Cochrane by elected him to the Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame at Veterans Stadium.
encyclopedia.stateuniversity.com /pages/15086/Mickey-Cochrane.html   (309 words)

  
 New York Yankees Stars : Mickey Mantle   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mickey Charles Mantle was born on October 20, in Spavinaw, Oklahoma.
His father, who was an amateur player and ardent fan, named him in honor of Mickey Cochrane, a famous baseball player.
Mickey Charles Mantle married Merlyn Johnson On December 23, 1951 in their hometown of Commerce.
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 1929 AL Stargell Award
Cochrane was an outstanding defensive catcher for the Athletics, and was regarded as the team leader.
Mickey Cochrane was the century's first great catcher, and a good case can still be made that he was the greatest.
All he lacked was a long career; in 1937, Cochrane was struck in the head by a pitch and almost died.
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