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examiner.com
Joe Torre among four to be inducted into St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame Aug 17currently in the team’s Hall of Fame are Jim Bottomley, Ken Boyer, Lou Brock, J
Joe Torre among four to be inducted into St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame Aug 17
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
currently in the team’s Hall of Fame are Jim Bottomley, Ken Boyer, Lou Brock, Jack Buck, August A. "Gussie" Busch Jr., Dizzy Dean, Jim Edmonds, Curt Flood, Bob Forsch, Frank Frisch, Bob Gibson, Chick Hafey, Jesse Haines, Whitey Herzog, Rogers... Read more
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St. Louis Cardinals
2016 Cardinals Hall of Fame Induction Class announced1946 The Cardinals Hall of Fame Members Jim Bottomley, Ken Boyer, Lou Brock,
2016 Cardinals Hall of Fame Induction Class announced
St. Louis Cardinals / Posted 2 days ago
1946 The Cardinals Hall of Fame Members Jim Bottomley, Ken Boyer, Lou Brock, Jack Buck, August A. "Gussie" Busch Jr., Dizzy Dean, Jim Edmonds, Curt Flood, Bob Forsch, Frank Frisch, Bob Gibson, Chick Hafey, Jesse Haines, Whitey Herzog, Rogers... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
First liquor store opens in Wigginsbeverages customers can now buy, and customers are expressing their excitement.
First liquor store opens in Wiggins
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 3 days ago
beverages customers can now buy, and customers are expressing their excitement. Rebecca and Rocky White bought the former Dizzy Dean Museum building on Central Avenue last June. when Stone County voters approved a referendum to make the county wet... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
First liquor store opens in Wigginsbeverages customers can now buy, and customers are expressing their excitement.
First liquor store opens in Wiggins
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 4 days ago
beverages customers can now buy, and customers are expressing their excitement. Rebecca and Rocky White bought the former Dizzy Dean Museum building on Central Avenue last June. when Stone County voters approved a referendum to make the county wet... Read more
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examiner.com
Denny McLain wins his 30th game (September 14, 1968)Dizzy Dean won 30 games in 1934. Major League Baseball lacked a 30-game winner
Denny McLain wins his 30th game (September 14, 1968)
examiner.com / Posted 8 days ago
Dizzy Dean won 30 games in 1934. Major League Baseball lacked a 30-game winner for the next three decades. In 1968, Denny McLain joined Dean in the 30-win club. Indeed, 1968 belonged to McLain as he led the Tigers to the pennant, won the Cy Young and... Read more
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CaptivaSanibel.com
Shell Shocked: The Sanibel field of dreamsat the side of the road to take a better look. That's when my eyes almost poppe
Shell Shocked: The Sanibel field of dreams
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 18 days ago
at the side of the road to take a better look. That's when my eyes almost popped out of my head. Babe Ruth was batting. Dizzy Dean was pitching to him. A real game was going on. There was Lou Gehrig on deck. Sitting on a bench waiting their... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
April 13considered by the Post Office Department." 75 years ago: 1941 CHICAGO — Manag
April 13
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 18 days ago
considered by the Post Office Department." 75 years ago: 1941 CHICAGO — Manager Jimmy Wilson revealed Saturday night that Dizzy Dean, the Chicago Cub celebrated sore-arm pitcher, again is taking treatments in a desperate effort to regain his... Read more
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SportingNews
Does Justin Verlander still have a credible case for the Hall of Fame?could certainly get in Cooperstown with fewer career wins. The BBWAA has voted
Does Justin Verlander still have a credible case for the Hall of Fame?
SportingNews / Posted 19 days ago
could certainly get in Cooperstown with fewer career wins. The BBWAA has voted in players like Sandy Koufax, Dizzy Dean and Pedro Martinez, who all shined brightly before facing premature ends to their careers. It will be interesting... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Atlanta Braves' Debut 50 Years Ago Was Followed In Chattanooga30 cents, popcorn was 25 cents, beer was 50 cents and coffee was 25 cents. Mr.
Atlanta Braves' Debut 50 Years Ago Was Followed In Chattanooga
The Chattanoogan / Posted 20 days ago
30 cents, popcorn was 25 cents, beer was 50 cents and coffee was 25 cents. Mr. Gammon also interviewed noted former player Dizzy Dean, who was part of the Braves radio broadcast on radio station WSB along with future Georgia football announcer... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Batter up: New Bedford Gallery exhibit devoted to baseballTime and The New Yorker, says he's "an art nerd" who's "interested in that mome
Batter up: New Bedford Gallery exhibit devoted to baseball
Oakland Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
Time and The New Yorker, says he's "an art nerd" who's "interested in that moment of tension." The approach is evident in "Dizzy Dean," an oil on paper rendering of the famed pitcher coiled to release a ball. "It's all up to the one guy at that... Read more
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The Daily Review
Batter up: New Bedford Gallery exhibit devoted to baseballTime and The New Yorker, says he's "an art nerd" who's "interested in that mome
Batter up: New Bedford Gallery exhibit devoted to baseball
The Daily Review / Posted 27 days ago
Time and The New Yorker, says he's "an art nerd" who's "interested in that moment of tension." The approach is evident in "Dizzy Dean," an oil on paper rendering of the famed pitcher coiled to release a ball. "It's all up to the one guy at that... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Batter up: New Bedford Gallery exhibit devoted to baseballTime and The New Yorker, says he's "an art nerd" who's "interested in that mome
Batter up: New Bedford Gallery exhibit devoted to baseball
Oakland Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
Time and The New Yorker, says he's "an art nerd" who's "interested in that moment of tension." The approach is evident in "Dizzy Dean," an oil on paper rendering of the famed pitcher coiled to release a ball. "It's all up to the one guy at that... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Batter up: New Bedford Gallery exhibit devoted to baseballTime and The New Yorker, says he's "an art nerd" who's "interested in that mome
Batter up: New Bedford Gallery exhibit devoted to baseball
The Fremont Argus / Posted 27 days ago
Time and The New Yorker, says he's "an art nerd" who's "interested in that moment of tension." The approach is evident in "Dizzy Dean," an oil on paper rendering of the famed pitcher coiled to release a ball. "It's all up to the one guy at that... Read more
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