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Forum: History, Trivia & Memorabilia

Discuss the rich history of baseball in here.

  1. Name a former Yankee who reminds you of Giambi...

    Baseball seems to have its cycles, and although the names change, I feel sometimes like the cast of characters is essentially the same. Before Mark Fidrych there was Ralph Terry and Dizzy Dean. Before Barry Bonds there was Reggie Jackson. I'm trying to think if there's a former Yankee in the Jason Giambi mold. A fun-loving, lefty-swinging, big-muscled first baseman? Bill "Moose" Skowron was a righty, and I don't know anything about his personality really... Anyone come to mind for you...

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    02-01-02 07:18 PM Go to last post
  2. Poll: Who was the first player ever inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame?

    This is a little trivia game. I know it's probably an easy one for you baseball history buffs, but it might be tough for the younger generation like me. So . . . Who was the first player ever inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame?

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    02-01-02 03:22 PM Go to last post
  3. Help me with a trivia question answer...

    Someone told me recently that there are only three pitchers who have pitched in TWO World Series Game Sevens. I can name two of them. Can anyone name all three? -ctan

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    01-31-02 05:02 PM Go to last post
  4. This Day in Baseball History - January 31

    "Do what you love to do - and give it your very best. Whether it's a business, or baseball, or the theater, or any field. If you don't love what you're doing and you can't give it your best, get out of it." -AL LOPEZ, White Sox manager (1958-1969) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1959 Former Red Sox Joe Cronin signs a seven-year deal to become the American League president. 1961 Houston voters approve financing for a domed stadium...

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    01-31-02 08:01 AM Go to last post
  5. Famous Baseball Quotes...Who Said That? - Round 2

    Well.. i'll forever be better at asking these than answering them. These are all from my MLB 2001 desk calendar.. A few gimmies first 1) "David Cone is in a class by himself with three or four other players." George Steinbrenner (Sash) 2) "He wants Texas back." (I think this was mentioned on this site recently) Tommy Lasorda (Sash), on 1982 contract negotiations with Mexican-born Cy Young Award-winner Fernando Valenzuela 3) Who said - "I swing at everything anyway." when his team...

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    01-31-02 07:32 AM Go to last post
  6. This Day in Baseball History - January 30

    "Little League baseball is a very good thing because it keeps the parents off the street." - YOGI BERRA, Yankee catcher (1946-63) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1919 During World War I, unable to get in touch with their manager Christy Mathewson, who is in France serving in the army, the Reds hire Pat Moran. The former Phillies skipper leads Cincinnati to a World Championship. 1953 Peter J. McGovern becomes the Little League's first...

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    01-30-02 12:49 PM Go to last post
  7. Neiman's Yankees, and others

    I love Leroy Neiman, here's a few of his Yankees and a few others.

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    01-30-02 09:29 AM Go to last post
  8. Famous Baseball Quotes...Who Said That?

    Okay, I've been inspired by Chris' questions in the endless trivia thread and ansky's thread on famous quotes...try not to cheat lol...some of these are easy!! :D 1."Baseball is the only thing besides the paper clip that hasn't changed." Bill Veeck (Chris) 2."Everyday is a new opportunity. You can build on yesterday's success or put its failures behind and start over again. That's the way life is. With a new game every day. And that's the way baseball is." Bob Feller (Gehrig)

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    01-29-02 10:57 AM Go to last post
  9. This Day in Baseball History - January 29

    "You gotta be a man to pay baseball for a living, but you got to have a lot of little boy in you." -ROY CAMPANELLA, Dodger catcher (1948-57) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1957 Due to the start of coast to coast travel, major league baseball considers a plan creating a player pool to be used in the event of a plane crash. 1958 Dodger catcher Roy Campanella is paralyzed in an early morning auto accident on Long Island. 1958 Stan...

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    01-29-02 08:38 AM Go to last post
  10. Ted Williams Released From Hospital

    ESPN reports Teddy Ballgame was released from the hospital Monday afternoon. He will be staying with family and receiving dialysis treatment. Thoughts and prayers are with him.

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    01-29-02 08:35 AM Go to last post
  11. This Day in Baseball History - January 28

    "I'm going to write a book, How to Make a Small Fortune in Baseball- you start with a large fortune." -RULY CARPENTER, Phillies owner (1973-81) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1953 Cardinal owner, Fred Saigh, is found guilty of income tax evasion and is sentenced to a fifteen-month jail term. 1958 The Tigers trade Jim Finigan and $25,000 to the Giants for Gail Harris and Ozzie Virgil. 1961 The International League Board of...

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    01-28-02 07:29 AM Go to last post
  12. If your interested in baseball nostalgia........

    I have an interesting site that I just discovered and perhaps some of you are already aware of. It's called, thedeadballera.com and has unusual information about ballplayers over the past 100 years. It even includes places they are buried, how they died, and tributes to many of them like Babe Ruth and Thurman Munson. Try it!

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    01-27-02 09:49 AM Go to last post
  13. Who am I photo trivia

    We all know who the big dude is on the right...Who is the Yankee on the left ?

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    01-26-02 06:38 PM Go to last post
  14. A great Yankee who wore # 21 retired at the end of the 2001 season

    Another great Yankee who wore the same # 21 retired after the 1947 season. His name was Spud Chandler, a great Yankee Right Handed Pitcher, a guy i liked to see pitch at that old Yankee Stadium.He was with the Bombers from 1937 to 1947.He career stats. Won 109, Lost 43, 2.84 era with 26 career shutouts.In 1943 he was the A.L. MVP winning 20 & losing 4 with an era of 1.64. Clemens had a 20-3 record in 2001 while winning the CY Young. That award was not around in those days.With time out for the...

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    01-26-02 03:48 PM Go to last post
  15. Does anyone know ?????

    :confused: does anyone know where one might find an instrumental version of "Here Come the Yankees"? Thanks in advance

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    01-26-02 02:19 PM Go to last post
  16. Another Yankee related article

    From the Newark Star Journal http://www.nj.com/sports/ledger/index.ssf?/sports/ledger/15af8bb.html Vaccaro: Eternal quest --Web site lists where major-leaguers are buried 01/26/02 BY MIKE VACCARO STAR-LEDGER STAFF

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  17. Minutia for 1/26 in Yankee History

    Courtesy of Baseball Primer: On January 26, 1962, New York Yankee stars Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle sign contracts to appear in the movie Safe at Home. The movie will star Maris and Mantle as themselves and feature cameos by Whitey Ford and Ralph Houk... :P

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    01-26-02 09:25 AM Go to last post
  18. A trivia question for the movie "The Natural"

    In the movie the Natural, Roy Hobbes plays right field for the New York Knights and leads them to a magical pennant winning season. Now for the 2 part question... What year is it when they win the pennant ? Although there are no spoken or written references to the year, there is one very distinct but subtle clue throughout the entire Knights section of the movie, what is it ?

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    01-26-02 07:55 AM Go to last post
  19. Which Yankee father and son.......

    played for them only 22 years apart?:p :NY: :NY: :NY: :NY:

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    01-25-02 10:45 PM Go to last post

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