Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 2,570,000 search results

  1. Jan 4, 2012 · Gil Hodges was born Gilbert Ray Hodge on April 4, 1924, at Princeton, Indiana, in the state’s southwestern corner. The origin of the discrepancy between his birth name of Hodge and the name by which he became well-known is unclear; however, the family name was Hodges at least by the time of the 1930 U.S. census.

  2. Gil Hodges was born on Friday, April 4, 1924, in Princeton, Indiana. Hodges was 19 years old when he broke into the big leagues on October 3, 1943, with the Brooklyn Dodgers. His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items ...

  3. Jul 8, 2020 · Gil Hodges may be the most underrated yet beloved New York baseball figure — and that’s not hyperbole. First, Hodges was an All-Star teammate of Jackie Robinson on the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers for nearly 20 years. Later, Hodges returned to New York as a member of the Mets, both as a player and manager.

  4. Dec 3, 2021 · Hodges won the first three handed out, beginning when he was 33 years old. 4. Hodges engineered the greatest upset in baseball history. The Mets had never won more than 73 games entering 1969.

  5. Dec 5, 2021 · Hodges was 47 years old when he suffered a fatal heart attack before the start of the 1972 season. The Mets subsequently retired his No. 14. Hodges’ survivors include his 95-year-old wife Joan....

  6. Dec 24, 2021 · Hodges came to St. Giles hospital in December 1949 to visit a group of young boys who were recovering from polio. He arrived in a full Santa suit — complete with a beard, a hat and boots — but ...

  7. Dec 8, 2021 · Hodges’ Mets managing career was only four seasons old when he died of a heart attack at age 47 during spring training in 1972. His record managing the Mets was 339-309.

  1. People also search for