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1st Vermont Brigade to Elisha L Barney

6th Vermont

Connection made 02 Oct 2014.

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Jim Thorpe to Christopher Mathewson

They were teammates on the Giants, and Thorpe played for Mathewson when he managed the Reds

Connection made 02 Oct 2014.

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Carl Frederick Rudolf Merkle to Jim Thorpe

New York Giants

Connection made 02 Oct 2014.

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Jim Thorpe to John Joseph McGraw

McGraw was the manager of the Giants when Thorpe played for them

Connection made 02 Oct 2014.

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Jim Thorpe to John Joseph McGraw

McGraw was the manager of the Giants when Thorpe played for them

Connection made 02 Oct 2014.

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James Vaughn to Jim Thorpe

May 2, 1917, Vaughn and Fred Toney both threw No-Hitters for 9 innings. In the 10th inning, Thorpe knocked in the only run of the game against Vaughn

Connection made 02 Oct 2014.

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Phillip Brooks Douglas to 1918 Chicago Cubs

Pitcher

Connection made 02 Oct 2014.

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1918 Chicago Cubs to James Vaughn

Pitcher

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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Pat Pieper to 1935 Chicago Cubs

Field Announcer

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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Pat Pieper to 1929 Chicago Cubs

Field Announcer

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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Pat Pieper to Ray Schalk

Pieper was a mainstay of the Cubs’ bowling team, rolling alongside Andy Pafko, Billy Holm, Phil Cavarretta and Gabby Hartnett, often in tournaments organized by Ray Schalk

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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Charles Hartnett to Pat Pieper

Pieper was a mainstay of the Cubs’ bowling team, rolling alongside Andy Pafko, Billy Holm, Phil Cavarretta and Gabby Hartnett, often in tournaments organized by Ray Schalk

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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1938 Chicago Cubs to Pat Pieper

Field Announcer

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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1945 Chicago Cubs to Pat Pieper

Field Announcer

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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Philip J Cavarretta to Pat Pieper

Pieper was a mainstay of the Cubs’ bowling team, rolling alongside Andy Pafko, Billy Holm, Phil Cavarretta and Gabby Hartnett, often in tournaments organized by Ray Schalk

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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Andrew Pafko to Pat Pieper

Pieper was a mainstay of the Cubs’ bowling team, rolling alongside Andy Pafko, Billy Holm, Phil Cavarretta and Gabby Hartnett, often in tournaments organized by Ray Schalk

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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1918 Chicago Cubs to Pat Pieper

By 1916, the Cubs had moved into Weeghman Park, soon to become known as Wrigley Field. The team did not bring along their field announcer, and Pieper talked himself into the job with Cub President Charles Weeghman.

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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William Wrigley Jr to Pat Pieper

Pieper was the Field Announcer when Wrigley owned the Cubs

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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Warren G. Harding to William Wrigley Jr

Wrigley was a friend and supporter of Harding's and entertained the President at his summer cottage

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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Pat Pieper to Stanley F Musial

On September 25, 1963, the retiring Stan Musial was named a Vice President of the St. Louis Cardinals just before he came to bat in the third inning at Wrigley. The next time that Musial batted, Pieper announced him with his new title. The Vice President struck out, then left the game for City Hall to be made an honorary citizen of Chicago

Connection made 01 Oct 2014.

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