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Branch Rickey to Clyde L Sukeforth

Sukeforth was the only other person in the room when Dodger president Branch Rickey told Robinson of his plans to sign him to a contract to play in Montreal in 1946.

Connection made 20 Jan 2015.

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Clyde L Sukeforth to Jack Robinson

Sukeforth was the only other person in the room when Dodger president Branch Rickey told Robinson of his plans to sign him to a contract to play in Montreal in 1946.

Connection made 20 Jan 2015.

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Cornelius Desmond to 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers "The Boys Of Summer"

Desmond battled alcoholism for many years, and frequently missed games because he was too drunk to go on the air. Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley finally lost patience with him and fired him before the 1955 World Series

Connection made 20 Jan 2015.

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Cornelius Desmond to Walter Francis O'Malley

Desmond battled alcoholism for many years, and frequently missed games because he was too drunk to go on the air. Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley finally lost patience with him and fired him before the 1955 World Series

Connection made 20 Jan 2015.

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Wilcy Moore to 1927 New York Yankees "Murderers Row"

He led the American League in ERA as a rookie in 1927 while playing for New York.

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Martin Leo Boutilier to George Herman Ruth

In 1902, unable to handle their oldest son, Ruth's folks and a justice of the peace filed a form legally labelling seven-year-old George Ruth Jr. "incorrigible and vicious ... beyond the control" of his parents. Committed to the St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys

Connection made 19 Jan 2015.

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Martin Leo Boutilier to Catherine Ruth

In 1902, unable to handle their oldest son, Ruth's folks and a justice of the peace filed a form legally labelling seven-year-old George Ruth Jr. "incorrigible and vicious ... beyond the control" of his parents. Committed to the St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys

Connection made 19 Jan 2015.

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Martin Leo Boutilier to George Ruth

At age seven, Ruth was sent to St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys, a reformatory where he learned life lessons and baseball skills from Brother Matthias Boutlier, of the Christian Brothers, the school's disciplinarian and a capable baseball player.

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Jesse Root Grant to Mary Frances Cramer

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Hannah Simpson Grant to Mary Frances Cramer

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Orvil Lynch Grant to Mary Frances Cramer

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Samuel Simpson Grant to Mary Frances Cramer

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Clara Rachel Grant to Mary Frances Cramer

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Hiram Ulysses Grant; to Mary Frances Cramer

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Virginia Corbin to Mary Frances Cramer

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Jesse Root Grant to Virginia Corbin

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Hiram Ulysses Grant; to Virginia Corbin

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Samuel Simpson Grant to Virginia Corbin

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Clara Rachel Grant to Virginia Corbin

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Hannah Simpson Grant to Virginia Corbin

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