Recent Connections by bruceyrock632

120 of 13,199 results

< >
< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... 660 >

Related Memorial Pages

1919 World Series to Richard Kerr

As a rookie, he won 13 games and both his starts in the 1919 World Series, which would lead to the permanent suspensions of eight of his teammates in the Black Sox Scandal. In later years, Kerr would receive praise for his honest play during the Series.

Connection made 1 hour ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Christopher Mathewson to Hugh Fullerton

Hugh Fullerton of the Chicago Herald and Examiner and ex-player and manager Christy Mathewson, resolved to compare notes on any plays and players that they felt were questionable.

Connection made 3 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Henry Groh to John Joseph McGraw

Connection made 3 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Henry Groh to Louis Baird Duncan

Connection made 3 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Henry Groh to Edd J Roush

Connection made 3 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Henry Groh to 1919 World Series

Reds 3rd Baseman Groh was famously quoted as saying "I think we'd have beaten them either way."

Connection made 3 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Louis Baird Duncan to Edd J Roush

Connection made 4 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

1919 World Series to Louis Baird Duncan

He played in left field for all eight of the World Series games against the Chicago White Sox (soon to be called the Black Sox), went 7-for-26 and led the Reds with 8 RBI. In the field he played errorless ball.

Connection made 4 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Edd J Roush to 1919 World Series

Reds Hall Of Fame Outfielder-Had 7 RBI's-Scored 6 times-Walked 3 times and stole 2 bases

Connection made 4 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Charles Albert Comiskey to 1919 World Series

White Sox Owner

Connection made 5 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

1919 World Series to 1919 Black Sox

The story of the 8 players banned for life

Connection made 5 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

John Francis Collins to 1919 World Series

Chicago White Soc outfielder-played in 4 games, got 4 hits

Connection made 8 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

1919 World Series to Oscar Felsch

Center Fielder-White Sox- There was little doubt of Felsch's guilt on the field, as he not only hit poorly, but also misplayed flyballs in key situations.

Connection made 8 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

1919 Black Sox to Hugh Fullerton

Fullerton was instrumental in uncovering the conspiracy

Connection made 14 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Christopher Mathewson to Hugh Fullerton

Hugh Fullerton of the Chicago Herald and Examiner and ex-player and manager Christy Mathewson, resolved to compare notes on any plays and players that they felt were questionable.

Connection made 14 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Hugh Fullerton to 1919 World Series

Hugh Fullerton of the Chicago Herald and Examiner and ex-player and manager Christy Mathewson, resolved to compare notes on any plays and players that they felt were questionable.

Connection made 14 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

Ray Schalk to Charles Ruffing

A museum in Nokomis, Illinois, is dedicated to Schalk and two other Hall of Famers, Jim Bottomley and Red Ruffing.

Connection made 14 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

1919 World Series to Ray Schalk

White Sox Catcher- Schalk, hit for a Series .304 batting average and was later absolved from any wrongdoing. He told investigators he knew something was wrong when pitchers Eddie Cicotte and Lefty Williams didn't throw the pitches he had called for.

Connection made 14 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

1919 World Series to Christopher Mathewson

Hall Of Fame pitcher Mathewson covered the series for a New York paper and was instrumental in uncovering the conspiracy

Connection made 14 hours ago.

Related Memorial Pages

1919 World Series to William J. "Kid" Gleason

White Sox Manager Gleason, was not involved in the gambling, and some sources note that he was among those who alerted White Sox owner Charles Comiskey of the fix. Although he felt betrayed and disappointed by his 1919 team, he continued to manage the White Sox until 1923.

Connection made 15 hours ago.

What are Connections?

Fold3 members can easily connect and make relations between documents or images. For example:

Popular Titles