Yastrzemski


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United States baseball player (born in 1939)

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Williams was followed by Yastrzemski, Yastrzemski by Jim Rice, Rice by Mike Greenwell, and after a five-year hiatus, along came Manny Ramirez.
Similar results were obtained using the criterion of Yastrzemski (J), which indicates the degree of similarity between the compared frequencies and has a continuous distribution function and is subject to the normal law.
Fregosi led off the game with a double, but he would get no farther than third base, as Drysdale, starting his fifth All-Star Game, set down Carew, Yastrzemski, and Howard to quell the threat.
Individual OBP Winners by Number of Seasons National League American League Barry Bonds 10 Ted Williams 12 Rogers Hornsby 9 Babe Ruth 10 Stan Musial 6 Ty Cobb 7 Billy Hamilton 5 Wade Boggs 6 Richie Ashburn 4 Lou Gehrig 5 Joe Morgan 4 Carl Yastrzemski 5 Mel Ott 4 Rod Carew 4 Honus Wagner 4 Frank Thomas 4 Tris Speaker 4
Yastrzemski doubled in a run off UO reliever Jimmie Sherfy (1-0) in the eighth - the first earned run of the year against Sherfy - but the Ducks fought back in the bottom of the inning to get their closer off the hook.
Continue reading "Robert Pinsky, the Former Poet Laureate on Carl Yastrzemski, the Former Triple Crown Winner" at.
So far five have: Joe Cronin, Ted Williams, Bobby Doerr, Carl Yastrzemski, and Carlton Fisk.
Approximately three years ago, former Red Sox slugger Carl Yastrzemski introduced Tobin to Michael Andrews, executive director of the Jimmy Fund.
Eighteen days of festivities running through June 1 will feature Red Sox Hall-of-Famer Carl Yastrzemski (5/17); outdoor television personality Michael Waddell (5/15); Boston Red Sox pitcher Mike Timlin (5/15); Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Trent Cole (5/16); a kayak and canoe try before you buy pool (5/15-5/18 & 5/24-5/25), kids' fishing pond (5/24-5/25), as well as other celebrities and hunting and fishing experts sharing stories and advice.
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Boston's Carl Yastrzemski went 4-for-4 and finished with 44 home runs, 121 RBIs and a .
Boston Red Sox leftfielder Carl Yastrzemski was the last player to earn the Triple Crown in 1967, and no player in the National League has won it since Joe Medwick of the St.
Carl Yastrzemski, of the 1967 "impossible dream" Boston Red Sox, was the last player to win the Triple Crown.
Vanderbilt left runners stranded in scoring position in the seventh and eighth innings and made it interesting in the ninth when Mike Yastrzemski scored on a wild pitch to bring Vanderbilt within a run, but Jimmie Sherfy sandwiched two strikeouts around a walk to nail down the victory and earn his second save of the season.
Since then they have retired 7 uniform numbers: 4 for Joe Cronin and 9 for Ted Williams on May 29, 1984, 1 for Bobby Doerr on May 21, 1988, 8 for Carl Yastrzemski on August 6, 1989, 27 for Carlton Fisk on September 4, 2000, 6 for Johnny Pesky on September 28, 2008 and 14 for Jim Rice on July 28, 2009.