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Petition Started To Get Legend Yogi Berra Awarded The Presidential Medal Of Freedom

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Yogi Berra has done it all, literally.

While he is known first as a Hall of Fame baseball player who has enough World Series rings to fill up all his fingers and then some, and enough great sayings to keep historians and pop culture buffs busy for generations, some of Berra’s greatest accomplishments off the field are just now being showcased for the whole country to see. 318 more words


BASEBALL NOTES: ’Dawgs cruising along

Quietly going about its business, the Haddonfield High School baseball team has put together quite an opening month.

The Bulldawgs, No. 6 in the Courier-Post Top 15, are 15-0 overall following Thursday’s Colonial Conference interdivision win over Gateway. 887 more words


BASEBALL: Hansen wears No. 16 with great pride

When given a chance to select his uniform number, Jon Hansen asked for No. 16.

Cracking the starting lineup as a sophomore, the young third baseman decided to claim the number as his own. 739 more words


Meridian to honor long time baseball coach Thursday night

MERIDIAN — Meridian High School will honor long time baseball coach Mo Brooks Thursday night before the Warriors host rival Eagle at 6 p.m.

Between 1968 and 2002, Brooks lead the Warriors to seven district championships, eight league championships, 19 state appearances, and two state titles. 118 more words


Tim Redding leads newest Section V Baseball Hall of Fame class

The next Section V Baseball Hall of Fame induction class includes a former Major League Baseball pitcher.

Tim Redding, a standout at Churchville-Chili for three seasons, was drafted by the Houston Astros and went on to pitch for four major league teams from 2001-09. 126 more words


South River baseball looks for Hall of Fame effort in Cooperstown

Players and coaches from South River and Edison will share a bus and register at the same hotel as the high school teams travel to Cooperstown this weekend to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame and play a game on historic Doubleday Field. 570 more words


Pine Plains to name field after Mike Kohut

Mike Kohut passed away on Jan. 20 of last year.

On Sunday, the school at which he served as athletic director and became a legend in local baseball circles, will take steps to insure his memory will endure for years to come. 631 more words