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  Mickey Welch - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Welch, Mickey (1859-1941), American baseball player, who pitched from 1880 to 1892 and became the third player in baseball to compile 300...
Welch was a sex symbol of the 1960s in films such as One Million Years bc (1966), Myra Breckinridge...
Mickey Welch batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statistics for each...
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 Mickey Welch | BaseballLibrary.com
Welch won 17 consecutive games in 1885, threw seven shutouts, and teamed with Tim Keefe (the major leagues' second 300-game winner) to win 76 games.
In 1886 Welch went 33-22, yet led NL pitchers in bases on balls for the third consecutive season.
Welch and Keefe accounted for 61 of the team's 84 victories in 1888 as they pitched the Giants to their first pennant.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/W/Welch_Mickey.stm   (462 words)

  
 Mickey Welch Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Mickey Welch was born on Monday, July 4, 1859, in Brooklyn, New York.
Welch was 20 years old when he broke into the big leagues on May 1, 1880, with the Troy Trojans.
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 Mickey Welch baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=welchmi01   (290 words)

  
 Two Giants
Welch, probably feeling the effects of his overwork the year before, could only toss 368 innings.
Mickey Welch had completed his last 105 starts and was a little worried about his arm.
Welch was winding down with a 26-19 record, but his 1.93 ERA was good enough for fourth in the NL.
www.thediamondangle.com /marasco/peo/1880nyg.html   (1319 words)

  
 Mickey Welch - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mickey Welch - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Welch, Mickey (1859-1941), American baseball player, who pitched from 1880 to 1892 and became the third player in baseball to compile 300...
Welch was a sex symbol of the 1960s in films such as One Million Years bc (1966), Myra Breckinridge...
encarta.msn.com /Mickey_Welch.html   (81 words)

  
 InsideGroove - Race Report - RacingWest
Former track champion Larry Mickey drove his Ray Marroquin owned mount to a win in the first 25 lapper after setting fast time and was especially proud that his young son was there to witness his first feature win since becoming a father.
Both Mickey and Large were racing for the first time in year 2000 and both were eliminated in a fierce lap 2 crash in the third segment that young second generation racer Willy Oathout won from the pole.
Welch's strong run ended when he broke a rear end on lap 16 and stalled for a yellow flag with Oathout back in fifth.
www.racingwest.com /racescene/insidegroove/view.php3/1190   (1275 words)

  
 Mickey Welch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michael Francis (Mickey) Welch (July 4, 1859 - July 30, 1941) was a 19th century Major League Baseball starting pitcher.
He retired after one start in the 1892 season having compiled 307 victories, 210 losses, 1850 strikeouts and a career 2.71 ERA.
He is also credited with being the first pinch hitter in the league's history, doing so on August 10, 1889.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mickey_Welch   (289 words)

  
 The Daily Star   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Michael Francis Welch (nee' Walsh) was born in Brooklyn on July 4, 1859 and died July 30, 1941, in Concord, N.H. He pitched in the major leagues from 1880-1892, entirely with the team that is now the San Francisco Giants.
Welch wasn't one of them; he stood only 5-8 and weighed scarcely 160 pounds.
And in 1881 Welch was a member of one of the weirdest teams in major league history.
www.thedailystar.com /sports/2000/07/01/sphamilton.html   (676 words)

  
 Top 10 Pre-1900 Pitchers: - Baseball Fever
Welch pitched in over double the games, gave up 4587 hits to 4802 IP, his era + was 113 and he won over 300 games...
Welch was NOT great pitcher, he was merely very good, but nowhere near the level of a Clarkson or Rusie.
Welch seems to me to be a lot like a Don Sutton or Milt Pappas, a quality pitcher you could count on year in and year out, but he was no Radbourn or Caruthers.
www.baseball-fever.com /showthread.php?p=573061   (1039 words)

  
 BBTF's Hall of Merit Discussion :: Mickey Welch
Clear advantage to Welch, who IMHO was marginally better than Keefe (better peak, for one thing, in 1885), is significantly better than Griffith and Cicotte, a LOT better than Coveleski and the 20s mob, and should have been in the HOM 30 "years" ago.
As far as quality is concerned, the gap between Welch and his HOM contemporaries is very small (possibly negative in the case of Keefe and indeed Galvin); the gap between Welch and the lesser picthers of the 1880s is much more substantial, when looked at closely.
Not to defend Welch and Galvin necessarily, but it should be kept in mind that error rates were dropping rapidly during this era, so it stands to reason that pitchers who threw more innings early the era would have higher ratios of UER to ER.
www.baseballthinkfactory.org /files/hall_of_merit/discussion/mickey_welch   (7772 words)

  
 The Y and Mrs. Welch- Mickey Welch - A Woman's View
Mickey is also responsible for the establishment of the YWCA Montessori program at the YWCA.
In appreciation for her contribution toward the special equipment, supplies and renovation that the program required, it is called the Mickey Welch Montessori Academy.
Mickey is as comfortable discussing gas leases and drilling rights as she is discussing roses and impatiens.
www.awomansviews.com /wings/1202_welch.htm   (626 words)

  
 Mickey Welch | The BASEBALL Page
Mickey Welch was the first pinch-hitter in major league history, appearing off the bench on September 10, 1889 for the Giants.
Mickey Welch pitched the first game in the original Polo Grounds in New York City, in 1883.
Welch was one of the wilder pitchers of his era, leading the league in wild pitches, as well as finishing among league leaders in walks a few times.
www.thebaseballpage.com /players/welchmi01.php   (287 words)

  
 Mickey Hart Net NEWS
The Planet Drum 2006 Tour reunites Mickey Hart, Zakir Hussain, Sikiru Adepoju, and Giovanni Hidalgo for a September series of West Coast shows in celebration of the 15th anniversary of the ground-breaking album of that name.
Last night, Bob Weir and Mickey Hart flexed their political muscle, performing a benefit for Vermont Senator Pat Leahy at Washington, DC's Renaissance Hotel.
Joan Baez also stopped by to send Wavy Gravy her birthday wishes, joining Hart and singer Linda Tillery for a version of "Iko Iko." Hart's performance later gave way to an all-star drum jam, during which a group of belly dancers fanned Wavy Gravy onstage.
www.mickeyhart.net /Pages/news.html   (1116 words)

  
 Baseball Mickeys quiz -- free game
This multiple choice quiz is about Mickeys in Major League Baseball.
Mickey Harrington played his entire baseball career with which team?
Who was the first Mickey to play Major League baseball in the 20th Century?
www.funtrivia.com /playquiz/quiz94584ad6548.html   (182 words)

  
 Welch Genealogies: 1st and 2nd Generation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
May be a Ruel J, either Welch or Russell (?) at West Dundee Cemetery with the Thomas Welch family.
William David Welch, born 23 JUN 1882, Audubon Co., IA, married 3 MAR 1905, Lincoln Twp.
Ivan Glen Welch, born 18 MAR 1907, Audubon Co., IA, died 21 JUN 1911 from burns.
www.mataglap.com /Tree/genes.html   (2496 words)

  
 Batter's Box Interactive Magazine - Oh, Mickey, You're So Fine
Now, there have only been 45 Mickeys (or Micks) to play major league ball, but three of those have made it to the Hall of Fame, including of course a particular Yankee CF you've all certainly thought up already.
Though Walton and others were nicknamed "Mickey," that was not their primary "nom de boule," if you will.
In the "This is Quirky But Interesting" realm, LHRP Mickey Scott (who makes this team) was once traded even up from CHW to BAL for IF Mickey McGuire (who doesn't) in what appears to be the only All-Mickey trade ever made.
www.battersbox.ca /article.php?story=20050710204411657   (870 words)

  
 Who Slipped Me a Mickey? quiz -- free game
Winning three season MVPs and a Triple Crown, I was the first switch hitter to win that Triple Crown.
I won four Gold Gloves, and was there to take my World Series ring in 1968.
After retiring in 1960, I tried my hand at managing the Senators for three seasons, but never finished better than ninth.
www.funtrivia.com /playquiz.cfm?qid=214522   (346 words)

  
 Mickey Welch | National Baseball Hall of Fame
Mickey Welch was the third pitcher in big league history to reach 300 victories (309), preceded only by Pud Galvin and Tim Keefe.
Depending heavily on an assortment of off-speed pitches, the crafty right-hander hurled for Troy and New York in the National League during the 19th century.
Tell someone about Mickey Welch by sending a free Hall of Fame Digital Postcard.
baseballhalloffame.org /hofers_and_honorees/hofer_bios/welch_mickey.htm   (218 words)

  
 Shop eBay Canada Store - Glass House:: Coca-Cola, Arby's
Welch's Disney "Melody Time" glass #6 Friendship Music
Welch's Wildlife WWF Endangered Species Zebra jam glass
Welch's Disney "Spirit of Mickey" with Minnie, glass #3
stores.ebay.ca /Glass-House   (200 words)

  
 1885-1889
The four, all future Hall of Famers were slugging first baseman Roger Connor, catcher Buck Ewing and pitcher Mickey Welch.
Welch was perhaps their brightest star, a right handed pitcher who would win 17 straight in 1885 and eventually 308 games with a 2.71 ERA.
Welch hit 26 and 19 with a 1.93 mark (ERA's were definitely lower back then).
members.aol.com /Jaybird926/8589.htm   (1606 words)

  
 Timelines - This Day in Alternate History
Event Description: Mickey Welch pitches the American League's first-ever no-hitter,leading the Brooklyn Cyclones to a 4-0 win over the St.Louis Browns at Sportsman's Park.
Event Description: Mickey Welch pitches his second career no-hitter,giving the Brooklyn Cyclones a 5-0 win over the St.Louis Browns at Ridgewood Park.
Event Description: Former Cyclones and Highlanders pitcher Mickey Welch is hired by the New York Giants(formerly the Troy Trojans) as a scout in the New York State-Pennsylvania region.
www.othertimelines.com /testing/viewtimeline.php?timelineID=1014   (3292 words)

  
 Decatur County Chronicle Obituaries
Services for Tim Welch, 40, will be held at 3:00 PM, Saturday, July 6, 2002 at Reed's Chapel in Scotts Hill.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Peggy Sue Welch.
of Texas, Mickey Welch of Alabama and Jerry King of California; two grandchildren, Garrett Xavier Long and Preston Blaine Welch; four nieces and three nephews.
www.decaturcountyonline.com /obituaries.asp?sobit=19&obitarchive=yes   (201 words)

  
 Class of 1903   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
His candidacy for NL president was scuttled by his enmity with AL President Ban Johnson, or his legacy would be even larger.
Mickey Welch was a pitcher for Troy and the New York Giants with 307 career wins.
Welch and Tim Keefe were the backbone of a lot of pennant-winning staffs, often no more than the two of them.
www.bbclubhouse.com /hof/class1903.htm   (206 words)

  
 striketwo.net: Mickey Welch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Matt Welch, as part of his top-ten list of the best seasons by an Angels DH (see if you can guess who is #1), has a lengthy and exhaustive analysis of why the Angels need to trade Chone Figgins for the same reasons as the Dodgers benefitted from...
This is an especially good point about the Democrats' insistence that the program be shown to be 100%...
Blog trends, common stories and other recent blog posts referencing Mickey Welch.
striketwo.net /personnel/mickey_welch   (188 words)

  
 Mickey Welch New York Giants New York National League pitcher Baseball cards 1887 Vintage Baseball Card Posters
Mickey Welch New York Giants New York National League pitcher Baseball cards 1887 Vintage Baseball Card Posters
Mickey Welch, New York Giants, New York, National League, pitcher, Baseball cards, 1887
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 BIOPROJ.SABR.ORG :: The Baseball Biography Project.
Another contemporary report said "In the latter part of 1878 and 1879, Holyoke had, we believe, as good a baseball nine as there was in the country.
Smiling Mickey Welch, Roger Connor, and Pat Gillespie, afterwards famous with the New York Giants; James (Chief) Roseman, later star fielder of the New York Metropolitans; Powell, afterwards with the Detroits, and last but not least, R.C. Winchester, made a hard-hitting combination that was unsurpassed." [5]
During the time when the former Troy players' futures were unsettled, Gillespie and Mickey Welch were included in Buck Ewing's negotiations with O.P. Caylor of the Cincinnati American Association team, to move the three players to that franchise.
bioproj.sabr.org /bioproj.cfm?a=v&v=l&bid=1092&pid=5134   (3002 words)

  
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We are also not accepting those folks who went by "Mickey" -- such as Gordon Stanley Cochrane, Mickey Charles Mantle and Mitchell Jack Stanley -- unless they actually did have the given/first name of Michael, such as Hall of Fame RHSP Michael "Mickey" Welch and 200+ game winning LHSP Michael "Mickey" Lolich.
Mike "Mickey" Doolan played before the All-Star era (1905-18), and his.230 career average and 173 career SB aren't enough to secure a roster spot...
Even with "Mickey" Lolich the pretty obvious choice as the first lefty in the rotation, that second lefty spot is harder to fill...
webpages.charter.net /sandyet/all-mike.txt   (792 words)

  
 LEONARD C. WELCH
LEONARD C. Leonard C. ``Mickey'' Welch, 86, died Feb. 28, 1996, in Virginia Beach.
He was a retired electrician for the Department of the Navy.
Welch was the widower of Verena E. Welch and a native of Baldwin, Ill. He was active with the First Presbyterian Church in Baldwin.
scholar.lib.vt.edu /VA-news/VA-Pilot/issues/1996/vp960302/03020225.htm   (125 words)

  
 Cinnabar from Mickey Welch claims, Casa Grande, Pinal Co., Arizona, USA
Cinnabar from Mickey Welch claims, Casa Grande, Pinal Co., Arizona, USA
Mickey Welch claims, Casa Grande, Pinal Co., Arizona, USA
Click here to view Mickey Welch claims, Casa Grande, Pinal Co., Arizona, USA
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 Handbook of Texas Online:
After looting the store of clothes, canned goods, and cash, the raiders rounded up the best horses and stole all the ranch's saddles.
During the looting of the store, postman Mickey Welch arrived at the ranch in his mail stage with two Mexican passengers.
The bandits stayed at the ranch several hours and were still there when Rev. H.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/BB/qyb2.html   (627 words)

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