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Major League Baseball
1. World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers over Chicago White Sox (4–2); Larry Sherry, MVP 2. All-Star Game (#1), July 7 at Forbes Field: National League, 5–4 3. All-Star Game (#2), August 3 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum: American League, 5–3
1. College World Series: Oklahoma State 2. Japan Series: Nankai Hawks over Yomiuri Giants(4–0) 3. Little League World Series: Hamtramck National, Hamtramck, Michigan 4. Pan American Games: Venezuela over Puerto Rico Winter Leagues 1. 1959 Caribbean Series: Alacranes de Almendares 2. Cuban League: Alacranes de Almendares 3. Dominican Republic League: Tigres del Licey 4. Mexican Pacific League: Ostioneros de Guaymas 5. Panamanian League: Coclé BBC 6. Puerto Rican League: Cangrejeros de Santurce...
1. January 30 – The Cincinnati Reds trade catcher Smokey Burgess, pitcher Harvey Haddix, and third baseman Don Hoak to the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for third baseman Frank Thomas, pitcher Whammy Douglas, outfielders Jim Pendleton and Johnny Powers, and cash considerations.
1. February 7 – Nap Lajoie dies of pneumonia in Daytona, Florida at the age of 84. Lajoie, who also managed the Cleveland Indians from 1905 to 1909, hit a .338 batting average over a 21-year career and gained election to the Hall of Famein 1937. 2. February 28 – Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankeesends his holdout after one day. Mantle agrees to a salary of $72,000 and a bonus of $2,000. He had been asking the Yankees for $85,000 after batting .304 with 42 home runs and 97 RBI in 1958.
1. April 11 – On Opening Day, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Don Drysdale hits a home run, becoming the only pitcher to hit more than one career homer in opening games. Drysdale's historic blast doesn't prevent the Dodgers from losing their game, 6–1, to the Chicago Cubs. 2. April 17 – Detroit Tigers' Al Kalinebats his 100th career home run. 3. April 22 – The Chicago White Sox defeat the Kansas City Athletics 20–6 at Municipal Stadium. The White Sox score 11 of those runs in a wild seventh innin...
1. January 5 – Milt Thompson 2. January 8 – Craig Gerber 3. January 8 – Ramón Romero 4. January 9 – Otis Nixon 5. January 10 – Richard Dotson 6. January 11 – Lloyd McClendon 7. January 14 – Jeff Keener 8. January 16 – Kevin Buckley 9. January 17 – T. R. Bryden 10. January 21 – Ricky Adams 11. January 21 – José Uribe 12. January 27 – Greg Bargar 13. January 30 – La Schelle Tarver
1. February 4 – Keith Creel 2. February 4 – Pat Perry 3. February 7 – Carlos Ponce 4. February 10 – Jack Fimple 5. February 10 – Al Jones 6. February 14 – Alejandro Sánchez 7. February 15 – Joe Hesketh 8. February 19 – Keith Atherton 9. February 19 – Tim Burke 10. February 20 – Bill Gullickson 11. February 23 – Eddie Vargas 12. February 24 – Bryan Kelly 13. February 25 – Ken Dayley
1. March 4 – Mike Brown 2. March 5 – Andy Rincon 3. March 6 – Karl Best 4. March 9 – Shooty Babitt 5. March 11 – Phil Bradley 6. March 11 – Chuck Hensley 7. March 13 – Luis Aguayo 8. March 15 – Harold Baines 9. March 16 – Charles Hudson 10. March 17 – Danny Ainge
1. January 2 – Bert James, 72, outfielder for the 1909 St. Louis Cardinals. 2. January 8 – Harley Dillinger, 64, pitcher who played for the Cleveland Naps in its 1914 season. 3. January 14 – John Ganzel, 84, player-manager who played at first base for five major league teams in seven seasons and for several minor league clubs in 14 seasons, managing also the 1908 Cincinnati Reds and during 16 seasons in the minors, while being credited as the first player to hit one home run in the New York Y...
1. February 7 – Nap Lajoie, 84, Hall of Fame second baseman and manager whose 21-year career from 1896–1916 included stints with the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Athletics and Cleveland Bronchos, who posted a .338/.380/.466 batting line with 3,243 hits and 380 stolen bases in his career; winning five American League batting crowns, including a modern-era record with a .426 batting average in 1901, when he hit 14 home runs and collected 125 runs batted in to become the First Triple Crow...
1. March 7 – John Glaiser, 64, pitcher for the 1920 Detroit Tigers. 2. March 8 – Don Flinn, 66, backup outfielder for the 1917 Pittsburgh Pirates. 3. March 9 – Fin Wilson, 70, pitcher who played from 1914 to 1915 for the Brooklyn Tip-Tops of the Federal League. 4. March 11 – Dinty Gearin, 61, pitcher who played with the New York Giants and Boston Bravesin a span of two seasons from 1923–1924. 5. March 15 – Richard Muckerman, 62, principal owner of the St. Louis Brownsfrom 1945 through 1948. 6...
Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the Scouts BSA program division of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Since it was first awarded to Arthur Rose Eldred on August 21, 1912, Eagle Scout has been earned by more than two million youth.
- Eagle Scouts, 52,160 (2018), 2,537,633 (total 2018), Distinguished Eagle Scouts, 2,150 (total 2015)
See also congressional biography — Govtrack.us page — votes in Congress from the Washington Post — Wikipedia article — U.S. State Dept career summary — Internet Movie Database profile : Books about Thomas S. Foley: Jeffrey R. Biggs, Honor in the House : Speaker Tom Foley
Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the Scouts BSA program division of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Since it was first awarded to Arthur Rose Eldred on August 21, 1912, Eagle Scout has been earned by more than two million youth. The list below includes notable recipients.
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