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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - December 20, 2014


Can we ever shake our first impressions?

Can we ever change what we think?

I take a look at first impressions in relation to Bud Selig and to Connie Mack. 30 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - December 20, 2014

Can we ever shake our first impressions?

Can we ever change what we think?

I take a look at first impressions in relation to Bud Selig and to Connie Mack. 30 more words

MLB Podcast Network

“Take a Chance, any time, and Fight all the Time"

John W. McConaughy was just 19 when he became the sports editor of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch in 1903.  Over the next 30 years he worked as the Washington Correspondent for… 978 more words

TTM Batch Contents

Over the past couple of weeks I have revised my approach to sending out TTM requests. Typically one batch consists of 1 book of stamps. This allows for between 5 and 10 requests to be sent. 415 more words

Oakland Athletics

A Baker's Dozen Things You Should Know About Connie Mack

1. He was born Cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy in Massachusetts in 1862. His more well know name is a shortening of both his first and last names. 409 more words

Baseball

Eleventh class inducted into Sports Hall of Fame

By Tom Waring
Wire Staff Writer

Sixteen individuals, one team and one venue last week were inducted into the 11th class of the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the Sheraton hotel in the city’s Society Hill section. 521 more words

Bucks County

November 2, 1914

Today Margaret V. McGillicuddy—21-year-old daughter of Philadelphia Athletics manager Connie Mack—married Robert F. McCambridge, 21, of Chicago. The two met in grade school in Philadelphia after Robert hurled a snowball that struck Margaret behind her ear. 42 more words