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March 11, 1991
[Thumps up]To the Veterans Committee of the Baseball Hall of Fame, which last week selected for induction nonconformist owner Bill Veeck, as well as the great Yankee second baseman Tony Lazzeri.
July 25, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum And Richard O'Brien
George BushFormer president, speaking at his induction into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame: "If you think you're a big shot in politics and you want a lesson in humility, campaign with Ted Williams at a fishing show...
April 03, 2000
If the worth of scouts can be measured by their real estate in Cooperstown, some baseball legends have every right to be offended. The scouts' exhibit—tucked away in a corner of the Baseball Hall of Fame under the...
June 08, 1959
8—European11—A.P.12—Art Shay, Ivan Wood-burn, John Greensmith, A.P. (2), Keystone16—John G. Zimmerman21—right, A.P.28-33—drawings by Ajay35—Niels Lauritzen-Milwaukee Journal36, 37—Mickey Rito-Chicago Sun-Times, John...
August 03, 1959
Trish Galvin, 20-year-old equestrienne beauty from Santa Barbara, Calif., scored 1,202 points at the Fairfield County Hunt Club trials at Westport, Conn., won herself a place on the U.S. Pan American team.