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  Tony Lupien Obituary
Lupien was born in Chelmsford, Mass., on April 23, 1917, a son of Ulysses and Eugenie (Gosselin) Lupien.
Lupien was married in 1939 to Natalie Nichols who died in 1953.
Tony Lupien commented during a 1997 SABR interview about the state of the game today, "It seems like today, because of the emphasis on individual statistics and greed on the part of everyone, players and owners alike, that a fellow is more interested in his record than he is in how the team does.
www.baseball-almanac.com /deaths/tony_lupien_obituary.shtml   (1248 words)

  
  Tony Lupien - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Lupien was an all-around athlete and successful coach.
Lupien retired from coaching in 1977 but continued to work for many years as a stockbroker with various firms in New England.
Tony Lupien was recognized for decades as a great teacher and mentor.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Tony_Lupien   (504 words)

  
 Tony Lupien Information
Lupien was an all-around athlete and successful coach.
Lupien retired from coaching in 1977 but continued to work for many years as a stockbroker with various firms in New England.
Tony Lupien was recognized for decades as a great teacher and mentor.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Tony_Lupien   (494 words)

  
 BIOPROJ.SABR.ORG :: The Baseball Biography Project.
Lupien was born in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, on April 23, 1917.
Lupien hit.289 for Louisville, which lost in the final round of the playoffs to Columbus, a performance that earned him a place on the Red Sox roster for the 1942 season.
Lupien was startled to receive a contract offer from the Hollywood club that would pay him $8,000 a year, the amount he expected to be paid to play for the Phillies.
bioproj.sabr.org /bioproj.cfm?a=v&v=l&bid=713&pid=8523   (4061 words)

  
 Tony Lupien was a first baseman for the Red Sox -- HistoricBaseball.com
Tony Lupien was a first baseman for the Red Sox -- HistoricBaseball.com
Tony Lupien, who played in the major leagues in the 1940s and later was baseball coach for Dartmouth College, died on July 9, 2004.
He made his major league debut on Sept. 12, 1940 with the Boston Red Sox and played in 614 games from 1940 to 1948.
www.historicbaseball.com /players/l/lupien_tony.html   (196 words)

  
 The Ultimate Tony Lupien - American History Information Guide and Reference
Tony Lupien (April 23, 1917 - July 9, 2004), was an American major league baseball player.
He was born Ulysses John Lupien in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
At Harvard, he was captain of the baseball team as a junior and of the basketball team as a senior.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Tony_Lupien   (503 words)

  
 Geographic Data Technology Inc. (GDT) - Press Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Lupien, who began his career as a Census digitizer and software developer for GDT in the early 1980s, has extensive experience in product development, marketing, and business development.
Lupien has also served as a division manager for Roadnet Technologies (now UPS Logistics) and as an early developer of ESRI’s ArcInfo software product, with a focus on vehicle routing and address geocoding technology.
Lupien graduated from Dartmouth College with a geography degree in 1982 and has a master’s in geography from the University of South Carolina.
www.geoplace.com /pressrelease/pressdetail_print.asp?id=6151   (431 words)

  
 SportingNews.com Fantasy Source - Baseball : Former Dartmouth coach, major league player Tony Lupien dies
In 1956, Lupien was hired by Dartmouth College to be its baseball coach.
In 1980 he collaborated with writer Lee Lowenfish to write "The Imperfect Diamond," a book on baseball labor from the introduction of the reserve clause in 1879 to the litigation in the 1970s that led to free agency.
Lupien is survived by his wife and five daughters.
fantasy.sportingnews.com /baseball/articles/20040710/552442.html   (210 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Ulysses "Tony" Lupien, known as "Lupe" to his friends, was in trouble.
Early the next morning, Lupien drove to his Ford dealer to replace the hubcaps.
When the U.S. declared victory in Japan on September 2, 1945, Lupien was one of many military veterans to return to the major leagues.
www.clubhouselawyer.com /chap11-4.htm   (320 words)

  
 Ulysses 'Tony' Lupien Jr., played for Red Sox in '40s - The Boston Globe
NORWICH, Vt. -- Ulysses J. ''Tony" Lupien Jr., a major league baseball player in the 1940s and baseball coach at Dartmouth College, has died after several years of declining health.
Lupien was born in Chelmsford, Mass., on April 23, 1917.
Lupien was hired by Dartmouth College to be its baseball coach.
www.boston.com /news/globe/obituaries/articles/2004/07/11/ulysses_39tony39_lupien_jr_played_for_red_sox_in_3940s?mode=PF   (545 words)

  
 Tony Lupien - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ulysses John "Tony" Lupien (April 23, 1917 - July 9, 2004) was an American first baseman in Major League Baseball.
He was a left-handed batter who played for the Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Blue Jays and Chicago White Sox.
Born in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, he graduated from Harvard University in 1939.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tony_Lupien   (517 words)

  
 Tony Lupien Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Tony Lupien was born on Monday, April 23, 1917, in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
Lupien was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 12, 1940, with the Boston Red Sox.
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 Tony Lupien baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=lupieto01   (319 words)

  
 Ivy League Sports
Created: 7/11/2004 1:06:21 PM Former Dartmouth baseball coach Tony Lupien and Big Green basketball legend Rudy LaRusso both passed away on Friday after being in declining health in recent years.
Ulysses J. (Tony) Lupien, Jr., 87, a major league baseball player in the 1940s and baseball coach at Dartmouth College from 1957-77, died Friday, July 9 at his home in Norwich, Vt.
Rudolph A. (Rudy) LaRusso, who was a two-time Ivy League champion and became a five-time NBA All-Star in the 1960s, passed away after a long battle with Parkinson's disease at the age of 66.
www.ivyleaguesports.com /article.asp?intID=3472   (635 words)

  
 BuzzFlood - Dartmouth - Dartmouth Graduate Gavitt Recalls Large Impact of Lupien, LaRusso
Tony Lupien died Friday at 84 in Norwich.
Though the years and a continent separated them, Lupien and LaRusso were friends who shared a special bond.
“In addition to being the head baseball coach, Tony was our assistant basketball coach during the time we were on the varsity,” explained Dave Gavitt, who played alongside 1959 classmate LaRusso on the court.
www.buzzflood.org /?itemid=1449&catid=10   (240 words)

  
 Arizona Diamondbacks - 2005
Their sin is not that they lost 111 games last year; it is that with the departures of Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling, Steve Finley, Tony Womack, Erubiel Durazo, and Richie Sexson, the club's "pizzazz quotient" has hit an all-time low.
Tony Lupien, later the beloved varsity coach at Dartmouth College, nevertheless went.246, 6, 54 in all 154 games in 1948.
The most productive outfielder was Dave Philley, who became a respected reserve and pinch-hitter later in his career, but averaged only.280 with a bottom line of 7 homers and 131 RBI - altogether - in 1947-49.
www.thediamondangle.com /2005season/previews/arz.html   (845 words)

  
 Boston Red Sox | projo.com | The Providence Journal
Westbrook began this season in the bullpen, but got a chance in the starting rotation shortly after pitching seven perfect innings in relief April 19 against Detroit -- retiring all 21 Tigers he faced and striking out seven.
EX-DARTMOUTH COACH DIES: Ulysses J. "Tony" Lupien Jr., a major league baseball player in the 1940s and coach at Dartmouth College, has died in Vermont after several years of declining health.
In 1956, Lupien was hired by Dartmouth to be its baseball coach.
www.projo.com /redsox/content/projo_20040711_11basejo.86659.html   (756 words)

  
 Tony Armas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Tony Armas, born Antonio Rafael Armas Machado (July 2, 1953 in Puerto Píritu, Anzoátegui State, Venezuela), was a popular hitter and one of Major League Baseball's top sluggers of the 1980s.
Currently, Tony Armas is the first base coach for the Leones del Caracas team in the Venezuelan Winter League.
Armas' brother Marcos Armas had a brief stint with A's in 1993, and his son Tony Armas, Jr.
www.info-pedia.net /about/tony_armas   (506 words)

  
 Lupien Filemaker Pro Database Consulting, Templates, Demos, Freeware And Tips From Pocono Based Develope   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Books related to the name: Lupien Bestselling Books Born of a lowly line, Noteless as once was Lupien, One of that name I would were kin to me. Listnameten.
Tony Lupien baseball stats with batting stats, pitching stats and fielding stats, along with uniform numbers, salaries, quotes, career stats and biographical data presented by Baseball Almanac.
Yannick Lupien would love nothing more than a repeat performance of the men's 100-metre freestyle at last be so much sweeter.
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 Lee,Tony Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
Orioles and owls, puffins and peacocks, dodos and doves are presented with step-by-step instructions for drawing, plus practical exercises to help develop basic drawing and observational skills.
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 BIOPROJ.SABR.ORG :: The Baseball Biography Project.
After his graduation from Loomis, Lupien attended Harvard University, his father's alma mater.
I only followed him at first base," Lupien steadfastly said.
He even managed 18 stolen bases, finishing second in thefts among National League players.
www.bioproj.sabr.org /bioproj.cfm?a=v&v=l&bid=713&pid=8523   (4061 words)

  
 THIS DATE IN WHITE SOX HISTORY
York’s release paved the way for Tony Lupien, the reigning Pacific Coast League MVP, to take over at first base.
Lupien had played with the Boston Braves and Philadelphia A’s in the mid-1940s before joining navy.
The 1948 campaign proved to be the last for Lupien and York, who had hooked on with the A’s.
journals.aol.com /dmarran359/Soxalmanac/entries/2007/02/02/this-date-in-white-sox-history/638   (602 words)

  
 Baseball Toaster: The Griddle : Random Game Callback, April 22, 1942
The Red Sox had 17 hits for the afternoon and even got a stolen base from cleanup hitter Tony Lupien.
Why Lupien, who hit three home runs in 1942, was batting cleanup remains a question whose answer is known only to Boston manager Joe Cronin.
Washington's lineup in 1942 was the usual collection of guys cobbled together on the cheap by Washington owner Clark Griffith.
griddle.baseballtoaster.com /archives/345950.html   (512 words)

  
 Tony Lupien — Greg Lupo : ZoomInfo Business People Information
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 Tony Lupien   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Tony Lupien (April 23, 1917 - July 9, 2004), born Ulysses John Lupien in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, was a Major League Baseball first baseman and left-handed batter who played for the Boston Red Sox (1940, 1942-43), Philadelphia Blue Jays (1944-45) and Chicago White Sox (1948).
He made his majors debut on September 12, 1940.
In the 1944 season he hit.283 with five homers, 52 RBI, 82 runs, 23 doubles, 9 triples and 18 stolen bases.
www.info-pedia.net /about/tony_lupien   (484 words)

  
 BBTF's Newsblog Discussion :: Major League Baseball : Vets Committee will have its say
I read that article to say - Lupien didn't get what he wanted from MLB so he just went back to take a job in the PCL.
Nonetheless, it doesn't say that if Lupien were offered a salary he didn't want, he wouldn't be allowed to sign with Hollywood anyway.
And the PCL paid Zernial a good deal too (according to the article I linked to), and he said Lupien was being paid a lot more in 47 (as compared to 46).
www.baseballthinkfactory.org /files/newsstand/discussion/24810/P200   (10052 words)

  
 TRIBUNE COLUMN
He had grown up using a glove autographed by Red Rolfe, the old Yankee third baseman.
Tony Lupien, who had played with Ted Williams at Boston, was the coach.
Jerry captained the club in his senior year, graduating with a bachelor of science degree in biology in 1961.
www.columbiatribune.com /2006/Oct/20061004Feat001.asp   (921 words)

  
 Forever Red Sox -- Online Red Sox Information
Grove was as intense, and had as much pop on the ball, as any pitcher who ever took the mound.
First baseman Tony Lupien admitted he was “scared to death” of Grove.
On one occasion Lupien recalled seeing a little kid ask Grove for an autograph outside the Red Sox clubhouse.
www.webryder.com /redsox/players/grove.html   (1436 words)

  
 Primedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Led Sleds saw Chad Lamson lead the 30 plus car field with a lap of 17:20, with 14 year old Lonnie Saumier taking his first dash win.
Heats were won by Tony Lupien, Ricky Dinius Jr.
Heats: Tony Lupian, Ricky Dinius Jr., Duane Damon
www.whowon.com /primedia/pm_tracknews.asp?StoryID=168778   (347 words)

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