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Army of Northern Virginia-Cavalry Division to Battle of Cold Harbor

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1938 Chicago Cubs to William J Herman

Second Base

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Andrew Pafko to Robert Thomson

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Andrew Pafko to 1945 Chicago Cubs

Outfield

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Harold H Vandenberg to 1945 Chicago Cubs

Pitcher

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Wayne Osborne to Ralph Puckett

Local radio WIND

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Wayne Osborne to 1945 Chicago Cubs

Local radio WIND

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William Sianis to Michael Royko

Columnist Mike Royko eulogized Sianis as "[Chicago's] greatest tavern keeper."[4] He attributed the timing of Sianis's death to his work ethic, writing in a column, "It was typical of Billy Goat that he would die during the only five hours of the day when his place wasn't open for business. That's how good a businessman he was."

Connection made 27 Apr 2014.

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William Sianis to 1945 Chicago Cubs

Billy Sianis (Greek: ??????), was a Chicago, Illinois tavern owner, who went on to become part of baseball lore because of the famed Curse of the Billy Goat he supposedly put on the Chicago Cubs after he and his goat were tossed out of game four of the 1945 World Series

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Raymond L Prim to 1945 Chicago Cubs

Pitcher

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Battle of Cold Harbor to Winfield Scott Hancock

His corps suffered enormous losses during a futile assault Grant ordered at Cold Harbor

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Battle of Cold Harbor to Philip H. Sheridan

On May 29, Grant ordered Maj. Gen. Philip H. Sheridan to reconnoiter to the left and probe for Lee’s right, as he suspected Lee might be trying to move past the Federal left flank. Two days later, Sheridan discovered Lee had indeed moved far to his right and had entrenched infantry and cavalry at the Cold Harbor crossing. Sheridan engaged the enemy forces and, after a hard fight, drove them out.

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Battle of Cold Harbor to George Meade

Grant ordered Meade, "Wherever Lee goes, there you will go also."

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Battle of Cold Harbor to Hiram Ulysses Grant;

Army of the Potomac

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Battle of Cold Harbor to Robert Edward Lee

Army of Northern Virginia

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Roy Johnson to 1938 Chicago Cubs

Pitching Coach

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Roy Johnson to 1945 Chicago Cubs

Pitching Coach

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1938 Chicago Cubs to Charles Root

Pitcher

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1938 Chicago Cubs to Anthony Michael "Tony" Lazzeri

Player/Coach

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Stanley Hack to 1938 Chicago Cubs

Third Base

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