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  Former Yankee Ralph Terry: right-hander revives world series memories from 1960 loss against the pirates and 1962 ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Terry did just that by registering a 16-3 record, and a league-high 23 victories in 1962 when he was named World Series MVP by defeating the Giants twice, including a Game 7 nail-biter that ended on Willie McCovey's two out smash to second baseman Bobby Richardson with the tying and winning runs aboard.
Terry went 17-15 in 1963, fell to 7-11 a year later and was dealt to Cleveland where he posted an 11-6 mark in 1965.
Terry was released shortly into the season, but still relishes his association with the great Mets mound staff that shocked the baseball world in 1969.
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 Ralph Terry | BaseballLibrary.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Terry could have been remembered only as the man who gave up Bill Mazeroski's legendary Series-winning homer in 1960, but he redeemed himself with an All-Star season in 1962 that was capped by an outstanding World Series.
Terry came up with the Yankees in 1956, but was traded to Kansas City in June 1957 in the eight-player deal that exiled Billy Martin and brought Ryne Duren to New York.
Terry was hit hard in Game Five and departed after allowing three runs in 2.1 innings, but the Yankees had already scored six runs by that point and won 13-5.
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 Ralph G. Terry
Ralph Goweth Terry was born on August 17,1831 in Galt, Waterloo Ontario, Canada.
During October of 1862 Ralph was absent sick and in the hospital a Frederick Maryland.
Ralph Terry was promoted to corporal on January 1, 1865 in recognition of his service.
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 The Redemption of Ralph Terry - Associated Content
Ralph Terry came up to the Yankees in 1956, went to the awful Kansas City A's for a season and a half, and then returned to the Bronx, where he spent the majority of his career.
Ralph Terry also had the dubious honor of leading the majors with 40 home runs allowed that season, as often happens to hurlers with great control.
Ralph Terry, as sad as a man could be, went into manager Casey Stengel's office moments after the game to apologize foe letting him down.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/53834/the_redemption_of_ralph_terry.html   (669 words)

  
 Ralph Terry - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Ralph Willard Terry (born on January 9, 1936 in Big Cabin, Oklahoma) is a former right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the New York Yankees (1956-57, 1959-64), Kansas City Athletics (1957-59, 1966), Cleveland Indians (1965) and New York Mets (1966-67).
In his 12 seasons as a player, Terry posted a career record of 107-99, with 1000 strikeouts, a 3.27 earned run average, 257 games started, 75 games finished, 20 shutouts, 11 saves, and 446 bases on balls in 1849 innings pitched.
In five World Series (1960-64), Terry posted a record of 2-3, 31 strikeouts and a 2.93 ERA.
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 Former Yankee Ralph Terry: right-hander revives world series memories from 1960 loss against the pirates and 1962 ...
RALPH TERRY WAS THE LAST person to see Casey Stengel in a New York Yankees uniform.
Terry did just that by registering a 16-3 record, and a league-high 23 victories in 1962 when he was named World Series MVP by defeating the Giants twice, including a Game 7 nail-biter that ended on Willie McCovey's two out smash to second baseman Bobby Richardson with the tying and winning runs aboard.
Terry was in foul territory behind home plate and third base, where he'd-gone to back up a throw to either place.
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 Ralph Terry information - Search.com
Ralph Willard Terry (born on January 9, 1936 in Big Cabin, Oklahoma) is a former right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the New York Yankees (1956-57, 1959-64), Kansas City Athletics (1957-59, 1966), Cleveland Indians (1965) and New York Mets (1966-67).
Terry is best remembered for giving up the home run to Bill Mazeroski that won the Pittsburgh Pirates the 1960 World Series.
In his 12 seasons as a player, Terry posted a career record of 107-99, with 1000 strikeouts, a 3.27 earned run average, 257 games started, 75 games finished, 20 shutouts, 11 saves, and 446 bases on balls in 1849 innings pitched.
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 Obituary for Ralph Terry
TERRY were held at 10 o’clock Wednesday morning, October 16, 1985 from the First Baptist Church of Troy, with the Rev. Bill Combs in charge.
TERRY was born in St. Louis, Mo., January 12, 1917, the son of Ruben and Ethel KELLY TERRY.
TERRY was retired from McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Corp. He was of the Baptist faith.
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 Ralph Terry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Ralph Minter Terry of Houston, TX died Tuesday, November 29, 2005, after a lengthy illness.
He was born in Osaka, Japan on August16, 1948 to Mary Sophia Terry and Capt. Minter Charles Terry, USAF POW/MIA, who was declared deceased December 31, 1954.
He is survived by a son, Steven Raymond Terry of Houston, his mother, Mary Terry Sharpless of Kerrville, a brother, Charles Raymond Terry of Orange County, California and a sister, Anne Marie Sharpless Efferson of San Antonio.
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 Ralph   Terry New York Yankees Baseball Cards
Ralph Terry was signed by the New York Yankees as an amateur free agent in 1953 and made his major league pitching debut in 1956.
Ralph was traded to the Kansas City A's in 1957 but after 2 seasons in Kansas City and the Yankees got him back.
In 1966 Ralph was back in Kansas City for a short stint and then he was traded to the Mets.
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 Claremore Daily Progress - Ralph Terry coming to dinner
Ralph Terry, Most Valuable Player in the 1962 World Series, will be the special guest for the Claremore Field of Dreams banquet in January.
Terry, who had given up the historic ninth-inning, Game 7 home run to Pittsburgh’s Bill Mazeroski in the 1960 World Series, found some redemption in Candlestick Park.
Terry pitched for four teams — Kansas City, Cleveland, the New York Mets, and the Yankees — in an 11-year major league career, but he is best remembered for his days with the Yankees.
www.claremoreprogress.com /sports/local_story_329115414.html   (571 words)

  
 About Us - Ralph & Terry Kovel, America’s Foremost Authorities on Antiques & Collectibles
Ralph and Terry Kovel (rhymes with "oh well") were first bitten by the antiques bug when they tried to furnish their first apartment on a budget.
Ralph put together a list of the marks and makers they had discovered.
And we, Ralph and Terry Kovel, read every word before it is printed.
www.kovels.com /aboutus   (1135 words)

  
 Ralph Terry Books on Amazon.com
Ralph Terry made his Major League debut on 08-06-1956 with the New York Yankees.
Baseball Almanac is pleased to present all the Ralph Terry books currently listed on Amazon.com - the leading providing of online Ralph Terry books.
Did you know that Baseball Almanac is attempting to catalog every ballplayer who has appeared on a Baseball Digest Cover since the magazine was first published in August 1942 when major league games were confined to the eastern and midwestern regions of the country?
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 The BookCellar.com: Search Millions of New and Used Books
Ralph and Terry Kovel embarked on their career as antiquing gurus while trying to furnish their first apartment on a budget, according to a newspaper bio.
Their current television program, the award-winning Flea Market Finds with the Kovels, began its second season on HGTV (Home and Garden Television) in the fall of 2002.
The Kovels home also includes an library filled with 18,000 books about antiques, although they do find time for other types of reading -- Ralph tends to read business-related books, while Terry especially enjoys murder mysteries.
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 Ralph Terry autographs
Official Major League Baseball autographed by Ralph Terry inscribed "1962 WS MVP" (New York Yankees 1956, 1960, 1962 World Champion, Kc A's, Indians, Mets legend)
Ralph Terry autographed Official Major League baseball (New York Yankees 1956, 1960, 1962 World Champion, Kc A's, Indians, Mets legend)
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 Kovels' New Dictionary of Marks by Ralph & Terry Kovel
Kovels' New Dictionary of Marks by Ralph and Terry Kovel
Ralph and Terry Kovel are the best-known writers on antiques and collectibles in America.
Their national newsletter, Kovels on Antiques and Collectibles, has over 150,000 subscribers.  The Kovels also write columns for House Beautiful and 150 newspapers, publish articles, and appear on television and radio talk shows.
www.randomhouse.ca /catalog/display.pperl?isbn=9780517559147&view=print   (275 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "Ralph Terry": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Luis Arroyo was outstanding out of the bullpen and the starters included Ralph Terry, Bill Stafford, Rollie Sheldon and Jim Coates, all young pitchers with exceptionally lively arms.
When Ralph Terry came in to record the final out of the Pirates' eighth inning, the Yankees looked at the scoreboard and saw...
Series games to the Dodgers in New York, and on the day off, as the Series shifted to Los Angeles, Ralph Terry, one of the best Yankee pitchers, had gone to the racetrack with Hal Reniff, a Yankee relief pitcher.
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 Ralph Terry Speaker - Book Motivational Celebrity Speaker Ralph Terry and Other Corporate Entertainment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Ralph Terry Speaker - Book Motivational Celebrity Speaker Ralph Terry and Other Corporate Entertainment
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 Ralph Terry - BR Bullpen
Ralph Terry and Mitch Williams are the only pitchers who gave up home runs to end a World Series.
Bill Mazeroski hit the home run off Terry in 1960.
Terry is the only MLB player to get onto golf's Champions Tour, although Rick Rhoden has come close.
www.baseball-reference.com /bullpen/Ralph_Terry   (82 words)

  
 Ralph Terry Products
N Y Yankees '64 Topps #458 Ralph Terry ASA 7-NM
1964 Topps RALPH TERRY #458 N.Y. 1957 Topps #391 NY Yankees Yanks Ralph Terry Auto'd
1964 TOPPS RALPH TERRY #458 PSA 7 NM chondroitin
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 Barnes & Noble.com - Ralph and Terry Kovel - Books: Meet the Writers
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Long before Antiques Roadshow made everyone an amateur appraiser, Ralph and Terry Kovel were helping people navigate the tricky world of antiques and collectibles with their specific, comprehensive guides designed for every niche.
Ralph Kovel: Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Terry Kovel: Cleveland, Ohio
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 Amazon.com: Former Yankee Ralph Terry: right-hander revives world series memories from 1960 loss against the pirates ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Amazon.com: Former Yankee Ralph Terry: right-hander revives world series memories from 1960 loss against the pirates and 1962 victory over the giants.(Turn Back The Clock): An article from: Baseball Digest: Books: Ed Lucas,Paul Post
Former Yankee Ralph Terry: right-hander revives world series memories from 1960 loss against the pirates and 1962 victory over the giants.(Turn Back The Clock): An article from: Baseball Digest [HTML] (Digital)
Title: Former Yankee Ralph Terry: right-hander revives world series memories from 1960 loss against the pirates and 1962 victory over the giants.(Turn Back The Clock)
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 Ralph Terry Baseball Statistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Ralph Terry beats Tom Brewer, 4-3 to clinch pennant for Yanks
Ralph Terry vs. Jim Perry; Mickey Mantle & Roger Maris HR in 6-0 NYY win
Game 7; SF almost rallies to win in 9th, but Ralph Terry holds on for 1-0 victory
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 Judia and Ralph Terry Family Genealogy Pages - Williamson, Gaines, Terry, Nelson, Hammonds, Dunn, Hanson, McDonald, ...
The Greer Family of Judia and Ralph Terry
Terry, Hill, Trotter, Hanson, Howell, Thompson, Newman, McDonald, Hammonds, Nelson, Griffith, Phelps.
This family includes the descendants of Samuel, Moses and Robert Nelson, and allied families of Terry, McCuistion, McFarland, Mansfield, Behol, and others.
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 Ralph Terry Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
The New York Yankees sent players to be named later and $75,000 to the Cleveland Indians for Pedro Ramos.
The New York Yankees sent Ralph Terry (October 21, 1964) and Bud Daley (November 27, 1964) to the Cleveland Indians to complete the trade.
View Ralph Terry's uniforms at Dressed to the Nines
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 Ralph Terry Products
1959 Topps RALPH TERRY #358 K.C. 1964 Topps RALPH TERRY #458 N.Y. N Y Yankees '64 Topps #458 Ralph Terry ASA 7-NM
1958 TOPPS #169 RALPH TERRY ATHLETICS VG-EX 1959 Topps #358 Ralph Terry Athletics NM+
1959 Topps #358 Ralph Terry Athletics 99¢ special
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 Ralph Terry memorabilia
Bill Mazeroski & Ralph Terry Signed Baseball 1960 World Series Home Run
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 Ultimate Mets Database - Ralph Terry
Ralph Terry also played for the following teams:
Released by the New York Mets on May 16, 1967.
The Ultimate Mets Database was named "Link of the Week" by John Skilton's Baseball Links in October 1999.
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 Kovels' American Antiques 1750-1900 by: Ralph & Terry Kovel
Kovels' American Antiques 1750-1900 by: Ralph & Terry Kovel
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A landmark publication as ONLY Ralph and Terry Kovel could write it -- an easy to read book chock full of basic facts, fresh information, helpful historical details, and hundreds of color photographs, and charts of marks, all designed to make you a smarter, happier, more discerning collector.
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