Dummy Hoy-Resume Click to go to Zeprock Home Page Click to go to baseball Cards Home Page. DummyHoy 1888 1902. Washington Senators 1888 - 1889 Buffalo Bisons 1890 St. http://www.zeprock.com/HoyResume.html
Garland Online Homepage of dummy hoy, Garland High School Night Owl Players will present the story of dummyhoy and how he invented the signals used for todays game of baseball. http://www.garlandonline.com/perfarts.cfm?article=221
LEO January 29, 2003 hoy, an inductee who made a name for himself of the 20th century, was called dummybecause he t much political correctness in the early days of baseball. http://www.leoweekly.com/archives/012903/sports.htm
Baseball Milestones MAJOR LEAGUE baseball ALLTIME LEADERS (Complete through 2002 Season) BATTING -Home Ed Konetchy 182 George Davis 616 Eddie Roush 182 dummy hoy 594 Buck http://www.baseballtoddsdugout.com/milestones.html
Extractions: BATTING Home Runs Runs Batted In Hits Doubles Triples Stolen Bases Bases On Balls (Walks) Batting Average Strikeouts Grand Slams Runs Scored Rickey Henderson * 2288 Ty Cobb 2246 Hank Aaron 2174 Babe Ruth 2174 Pete Rose 2165 Willie Mays 2062 Cap Anson 1996 Stan Musial 1949 Lou Gehrig 1888 Tris Speaker 1882 Mel Ott 1859 Barry Bonds * 1830 Frank Robinson 1829 Eddie Collins 1821 Carl Yastrzemski 1816 Ted Williams 1798 Paul Molitor 1782 Charlie Gehringer 1774 Jimmie Foxx 1751 Honus Wagner 1736 Jim O'Rourke 1729 Jesse Burkett 1720 Willie Keeler 1719 Billy Hamilton 1691 Bid McPhee 1678 Mickey Mantle 1677 Dave Winfield 1669 PITCHING Victories Strikeouts Shutouts Earned Run Average Saves Complete Games
RDS - Baseball Translate this page Le plus de parties de baseball. 1. Pete Rose, 3,562. 2. Carl Yastrzemski, 3,308.3. Hank Aaron, 3,298. 4. Ty Cobb, 3,034. 59. Harry Hooper, 1,459. 60. dummy hoy, 1,426.61. http://www.rds.ca/baseball/fr.base.records.carriere.html
Extractions: Final List of Players, Managers, Umpires and Executives Eligible for the 2003 Veterans Committee Election Read the full press release on the Historical Overview Committee and an explanation of these lists and how they will be used. The complete lists of 200 players and 60 managers, umpires and executives, as developed by the Historical Overview Committee: FINAL LIST OF 200 PLAYERS ELIGIBLE FOR ELECTION IN 2003 Babe Adams Dolf Luque Joe Adcock Sal Maglie Dick Allen Jim Maloney Johnny Allen Firpo Marberry Felipe Alou Marty Marion Bobby Avila Roger Maris Sal Bando Mike G. Marshall Dick Bartell Pepper Martin Ginger Beaumont Carl Mays Glenn Beckert Tim McCarver Wally Berger Frank McCormick Bobby Bonds Lindy McDaniel Ken Boyer Gil McDougald Harry Brecheen Sam McDowell Tommy Bridges Stuffy McInnis Pete Browning Denny McLain Charlie Buffington Roy McMillan Lew Burdette Dave McNally George H. Burns Andy Messersmith George J. Burns Bob Meusel Guy Bush Irish Meusel Dolph Camilli Bing Miller Leo Cardenas Stu Miller Bob Caruthers Minnie Minoso George Case Terry Moore Norm Cash Tony Mullane Phil Cavarretta Thurman Munson Spud Chandler Johnny Murphy Ben Chapman Buddy Myer Rocky Colavito Art Nehf Mort Cooper Don Newcombe Walker Cooper Bobo Newsom Wilbur Cooper Lefty O'Doul Doc Cramer Tony Oliva Del Crandall Claude Osteen Gavvy Cravath Milt Pappas Lave Cross Mel Parnell Mike Cuellar Camilo Pascual Bill Dahlen Ron Perranoski
Extractions: Press Release March 22, 2002 Historical Overview Committee Completes First Phase of Veterans Committee Screening Process Final List of Players, Managers, Umpires and Executives Eligible for the 2003 Veterans Committee Election Announced (COOPERSTOWN, NY) at the Hall of Fame's Web site The Historical Overview Committee, a group independent of Hall of Fame employees, members and directors, was appointed by the Baseball Writers Association of America's (BBWAA) Board of Directors, to develop lists of 200 former players , and 60 former managers, umpires and executives . The committee, comprised of 10 historians and veteran Baseball writers, met in the internationally renowned Baseball Hall of Fame Library Research Center in December. After further research over the past few months, the committee finalized its choices. The original list of players, which includes all eligible major leaguers to have played in at least 10 seasons, up to and including the 1981 season, encompassed more than 1,400 players. The composite ballot had several hundred eligible candidates. The Elias Sports Bureau, the official statistician of Major League Baseball since the 1920s, provided the data used by the committee. The next phase of the process, to take place in the late spring or early summer, will involve a BBWAA-appointed screening committee to pare the list of former players from 200 to 25 and of former managers, executives and umpires, from 60 to 15. The 60-member screening committee will consist of two writers from each of the 26 major league cities with one team and four writers from each of Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and the Bay Area, each of which has two major league teams.
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TIMELINE Magazine Dewey, Donald, Major League Maverick baseballs Larry MacPhail, AugustSeptember1992 (Volume 9/Number 4). hoy, dummy. See hoy, William Ellsworth. http://www.ohiohistory.org/resource/publicat/timeline/tlsubj_h.html
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Sports: The Cincinnati Post Also entering the Hall that day will be dummy hoy, a turn Foster and hoy were electedby a vote of the Cincinnati chapter of the baseball Writers Association http://www.cincypost.com/2003/01/22/reds01-22-2003.html
Extractions: For six consecutive seasons, he led the Reds in home runs and RBI. For a 24-year stretch, he was the only man in baseball to hit 50 or more home runs in a season. But somehow, George Foster is that one guy from the famed Big Red Machine that no one seems to remember. On a club loaded with big bats and big personalities, Foster had a big bat and a low profile, the quiet guy in the corner of the clubhouse who was content to allow his flashier, more polished teammates hog the accolades. On Aug. 3, just before the Reds play the San Francisco Giants at Great American Ball Park, some of those accolades will fall upon Foster. Foster will enter the Reds' Hall of Fame, the club announced Tuesday, where he will join most of the rest of the starting lineup from the Big Red Machine, many of whom already have been there for years. Also entering the Hall that day will be Dummy Hoy, a turn-of-the-century infielder who played 14 seasons in the big leagues and five with the Reds, despite being both deaf and mute. Foster and Hoy were elected by a vote of the Cincinnati chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. "I was looking at a stat sheet the other day, and I didn't realize I had led the team in RBI more years than any other individual (during the Big Red Machine years)," Foster said. "I thought, 'What do I need to do to get into the Reds' Hall of Fame?' But that's a part of life, I guess. Some people might get the credit, and some people might not.
All Time Batting Leaders - The Baseball Archive 739 9 Max Carey 738 10 Honus Wagner 722 11 Joe Morgan 689 12 Willie Wilson 668 13Tom Brown 657 14 Bert Campaneris 649 15 George Davis 616 16 dummy hoy 594 16 http://www.baseball1.com/bb-data/bbd-abl.html
Extractions: All-Time Batting Leaders (Through 1998 Season) Players Active during 1998 indicated by an asterisk (*) See also Active batting leaders Hits 1 Pete Rose 4256 2 Ty Cobb 4191 3 Hank Aaron 3771 4 Stan Musial 3630 5 Tris Speaker 3514 6 Carl Yastrzemski 3419 7 Honus Wagner 3415 *8 Paul Molitor 3319 8 Eddie Collins 3312 9 Willie Mays 3283 10 Eddie Murray 3255 11 Nap Lajoie 3242 13 George Brett 3154 14 Paul Waner 3152 15 Robin Yount 3142 16 Dave Winfield 3110 17 Rod Carew 3053 18 Lou Brock 3023 19 Al Kaline 3007 20 Roberto Clemente 3000 21 Cap Anson 2995 22 Sam Rice 2987 23 Sam Crawford 2961 24 Frank Robinson 2943 25 Willie Keeler 2932 Home Runs 1 Hank Aaron 755 2 Babe Ruth 714 3 Willie Mays 660 4 Frank Robinson 586 5 Harmon Killebrew 573 6 Reggie Jackson 563 7 Mike Schmidt 548 8 Mickey Mantle 536 9 Jimmie Foxx 534 10 Willie McCovey 521 Ted Williams 521 12 Ernie Banks 512 Eddie Mathews 512 14 Mel Ott 511 15 Eddie Murray 504 16 Lou Gehrig 493 17 Stan Musial 475 Willie Stargell 475 19 Dave Winfield 465 20 Mark McGwire 457 21 Carl Yastrzemski 452 22 Dave Kingman 442 23 Andre Dawson 438 24 Billy Williams 426 25 Darrell Evans 414
The Amateur Baseball Umpire Home Page In order to have a solid understanding of the game of baseball/softball, all those dueto a deaf big league player in the early 1900's named dummy hoy, who had http://www.amateurumpire.com/others/jb/jb17.htm
Extractions: The Evolution Of Playing Rules by Joel Balberman Baseball is a sport with a lengthy history and tradition. Much of the game has been a constant defined by the confrontation showdown between the pitcher and the batter. The rules of the game of baseball, like most other sports, have evolved and changed, although surprisingly, very little at the core of the game is very different today than it was 100 years ago. Playing rules have been tried, discarded, re-written, dropped, developed and revised as the need arose. It might be fair to say that the rulebook is a work in progress, a never finished publication, subject to change as the need arises. In order to have a solid understanding of the game of baseball/softball, all those involved with it need to have a working knowledge of the playing rules. To gain this, we all need to know a little about the history of the game, as the rulebook is really a reflection of the cumulative history of the game, as it has been changed and revised in response to real situations. Sometimes rules were created or changed to prevent unfair tactics or cheating, or to provide a uniformity in the playing conditions from park to park. Unusual plays and situations may have arisen where a ruling or a precedent had to be established. Wise managers and players may have found loopholes in the rules and found a way to get around them or have them interpreted in a way that was not intended by the rulesmakers.
Shrine Of The Eternals Candidates, 2003 For additional information on the Shrine of the Eternals, contact Terry Cannon, ExecutiveDirector of the baseball Reliquary, at PO Box William dummy hoy. http://www.baseballreliquary.org/candidates2003.htm
Extractions: 2003 Election of the Shrine of the Eternals The Baseball Reliquary, Inc. has announced its list of fifty eligible candidates for the 2003 election of the Shrine of the Eternals, the membership organizations equivalent to the Baseball Hall of Fame. This year marks the fifth annual election of the Shrine of the Eternals , which has become a major national component of the Baseball Reliquary, a Southern California-based organization dedicated to fostering an appreciation of American art and culture through the context of baseball history. The twelve individuals previously elected to the Shrine of the Eternals are, in alphabetical order, Moe Berg Jim Bouton Dock Ellis Mark Fidrych ... Pam Postema , and Bill Veeck, Jr.
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1901 Results + Spotlight: Dummy Hoy SOX. 1st 8353 . 1901. Where they wound up how many games they won howfar back they finished. CUBS. 6th 53-86 37. dummy hoy baseball legend http://www.baseballyarn.com/01.htm
Extractions: March 1998 by Pete Moore I'm sure there are a lot of football and baseball fans out there, and many of you, including myself, have argued calls made by the officials who run the game. But how many of you knows the origin of the signals that officials used in the games we grew up to play and follow til our death? Baseball was born in 1869, but General Abner Doubleday wasn't the founder of the sport. He codified the rules. That is. he made one set of rules everyone must follow. In the last century there was the first professional team called The Cincinnati Red Stockings or The Redlegs ( now called Reds). There was one player named Wilbur who played on the team. He was different from all the rest of the players. He was deaf in both ears, since birth, I believe. He was called "Dummy" by his teammates because he couldn't talk. That was society back then. The Umpire behind home plate usually shouts out balls and strikes, but Hoy couldn't hear him and many fans watching couldn't hear either, with all the shouting going on in the background. So, Hoy thought of a way for the Umpires to make the calls and for the fans and everyone else to follow. What you see today is the result of Hoy's invention and his love for the game that became our national past time. Hoy himself died in 1961 at the age of 90 years old. He may have been called ³Dummy" by his teammates, but to me he was a lot smarter than his teammates ever will be for developing the signals as we know them today.
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