Baseball Milestones MAJOR LEAGUE baseball ALLTIME LEADERS (Complete through 2002 Season) BATTING HarmonKillebrew 573 Jimmie Foxx 1922 Reggie Jackson 563 eddie murray 1917 Mike 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
CalHiSports.com -- COOPERSTOWN A LOCKE FOR MURRAY 9, 2003 baseball Hall of Fame induction for eddie murray this summer also would bea good time for the 30th reunion of Los Angeles Locke High's Class of 1973. http://calhisports.theinsiders.com/2/86503.html
Extractions: Baseball Hall of Fame induction for Eddie Murray this summer also would be a good time for the 30th reunion of Los Angeles Locke High's Class of 1973. Another member of that class, and a prep teammate of Murray's, is Ozzie Smith, who was the only Hall of Fame inductee last summer. Yet another Californian, catcher Gary Carter, also wins induction vote. Why couldn't Ozzie Smith have played one more year of his illustrious career as shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals? Or why couldn't Eddie Murray have retired one year earlier as a legendary homer-hitting switch hitter? If the two had retired after the same season, it's likely they would have been standing together as the only inductees into the most prestigious Hall of Fame in all of sports. Imagine that. Two guys from the same high school team going into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame at the same time.
Extractions: CoffeeD's BaseBall Cards Eddie Murray's Page BACK NEXT Click for each lot then submit all at bottom Lot Player YearBrand CardNum Description BV BUYER Eddie Murray '86 Topps Regular CB Buy .10 Eddie Murray '91 TSC Regular CB Buy .30 Eddie Murray '92 Topps UPDATE CB Buy .10 Eddie Murray '94 Fleer UPDATE CB Buy .20 Eddie Murray '94 Fleer Diamond Tribute CB Buy .10 Eddie Murray '97 Chrome Regular CB Buy .60 Eddie Murray '6 Cards All the Cards Above CB Buy 1.25 Please Enter your Email Address OR your Name if I already have your Email HOME PAGE SHOPPING KARTZ BASEBALL PLAYERS HOCKEY PLAYERS ... BASKETBALL PLAYERS LINK to a FAN Page From the BackSide (6' 2") Born Feb 24 1956 in Los Angeles CA. 1st Baseman 1984 TOPPS - Has 4 brothers (Charles, Leon, Venice, Rich) all of whom played pro ball. Hit 3 homers in one game, 8-29-79 and 9-14-80. Tied ML record by switch-hitting Homers in one game twice during the 1982 season. Has switch-hit HR in one game five times with the Orioles. 1996 Finest - Tied the ML record for RBIs with 75 plus for 19 consecutive seasons. On 6-30-95, Eddie joined Pete Rose as the only switch hitter in the 3000 hit club.
1996 Topps Stadium Club Members Only Baseball Cards 0, 54, Mouton, Lyle, SOLD OUT. 2, 415, Moyer, Jamie, 1. 2, 293, murray,eddie, 12. 2, 224, murray, eddie, 12. 0, 6, Mussina, Mike, SOLD OUT. 2,15, Myers, Randy, 2. http://www.2think.org/baseballcards/membersc.shtml
Extractions: Players with last names between M and O (A-B) info. on cards (C-F) (G-L) (M-O) (P-S) (T-Z) Card # Player Price in US$ Mabry, John SOLD OUT MacFarlane, Mike Maddux, Greg Maddux, Greg Maddux, Greg Maddux, Greg Mantle, Mickey Manwaring, Kirt Martin, Al Martinez, Dave Martinez, Dennis Martinez, Dennis Martinez, Edgar Martinez, Edgar Martinez, Edgar Martinez, Pedro SOLD OUT Martinez, Ramon Martinez, Sandy Martinez, Tino Matheny, Mike SOLD OUT Mattingly, Don SOLD OUT McDowell, Jack McDowell, Jack McGriff, Fred McGriff, Fred McGwire, Mark SOLD OUT McGwire, Mark SOLD OUT McGwire, Mark SOLD OUT McRae, Brian Meares, Pat Menhart, Paul Merced, Orlando SOLD OUT Mesa, Jose Mesa, Jose Mesa, Jose Miceli, Dan Miller, Orlando Molitor, Paul Mondesi, Raul Mondesi, Raul Montgomery, Jeff Morandini, Mickey SOLD OUT Morgan, Mike Morris, Hal Mouton, James Mouton, Lyle SOLD OUT Moyer, Jamie Murray, Eddie Murray, Eddie Mussina, Mike SOLD OUT Myers, Randy Myers, Randy Naehring, Tim Navarro, Jaime Navarro, Jaime Naegle, Denny Nen, Robb Nevin, Phil Newfield, Marc
The New York Mets Hall Of Records: Eddie Murray 1993 baseball Cards Magazine BBC 29 1993 Bowman 454 1993 Classic Dark Blue T691993 Denny's Grand Slam 15 Other eddie murray memorabilia in my collection http://www.rndng3rd.com/mets/playrsmr/eddmur.html
Extractions: Born: February 24, 1956 in Los Angeles, CA First-ballot Hall-of-Fame slugger who spent two quality seasons with New York, unfortunately during one of the Mets' long down periods. He's shown here on a gorgeous die-cut Fleer/Skybox E-X 2000 Hall or Nothing insert. back to Players back to the New York Mets Hall of Records home page Rounding Third baseball card shop BATTING RECORD (team-leading totals in red) YEAR CLUB G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SB CS SO BB HBP SAC SF OBP SLG AVG
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Extractions: Indians' Eddie Murray Elected To Hall Of Fame Hitting Coach Gets In On 1st Year Of Eligibility POSTED: 3:02 p.m. EST January 7, 2003 NEW YORK Eddie Murray has been elected to the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility and Gary Carter made it on his sixth try. "I am thrilled by the tremendous honor of being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame and joining the other greats of the game," Murray said. "For those with whom I shared space on the playing field and in the clubhouse, I share this honor with you." No one else came close in voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Murray made his mark as a first baseman for the Baltimore Orioles. He became the 38th player picked as a first-timer. He was chosen on 85 percent of the ballots 75 percent are needed for election. Murray is currently the Cleveland Indians' hitting coach. A press conference to introduce Murray will be held next week in New York. He is attending the funeral of his sister, who died after a battle with kidney disease. "Unfortunately, I cannot speak with you today because of the passing last week of my younger sister, Tanja after, her long-fought battle with kidney disease," Murray said. "Although I dedicated my professional career to the game, I have dedicated my life to my family. The elation I feel by being recognized for my achievements on the field is overshadowed by the anguish of losing someone so dear to me. Once again, thank you for this incredible honor and I appreciate your understanding during this most difficult time."
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Eddie Murray Recalls 1995 Tribe With Fond Memories AP. eddie murray, one of the inductees into the National baseball Hallof Fame, laughs during a news conference in New York Thursday. http://www.chronicletelegram.com/archive/html/2003/jan/011703/news/sports3.html
Extractions: An Orioles hat will be on his head, but therell be a special niche for the 1995 Cleveland Indians in Eddie Murrays heart when he is inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 27. AP Eddie Murray, one of the inductees into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, laughs during a news conference in New York Thursday. Murray was already a legend when the Indians signed him as a free agent in 1994 with the hope that his maturity and will to win would rub off on the youthful Tribe, gunning for the organizations first postseason appearance in more than four decades. But Murray admitted that it went both ways. That was a wild and energetic group and they energized me, he said. I was going from first to third (on a hit). We definitely had talent. It was a fun time, a fun group. The energy had to be channeled to itself.
Charlotte Knights Baseball Club Official website of the Charlotte, North Carolina minor league baseball team.Category Sports baseball AAA International League Charlotte HEADED TO COOPERSTOWN eddie murray, a former player for the Charlotte O's hasbeen named to the National baseball Hall of Fame on his first ballot. http://www.aaaknights.com/
The Michigan Daily Online to the hapless Red Sox, I have never been able to rekindle the passion for the gameof baseball and for a particular baseball team that eddie murray and those http://www.pub.umich.edu/daily/1996/sep/09-10-96/sports/spor7.html
Extractions: Daily Sports Writer In the lexicon of baseball, they are two of the biggest names. Hank Aaron and Willie Mays. Names which conjure up images of long home runs flying through the moist Atlanta air, or of spectacular, diving catches. Aaron and Mays were, until recently, the only two players in the history of the great game to compile at least 3,000 hits and 500 homers. Last Friday night in Baltimore, a newcomer etched his name onto the duo's rock of ages. When Eddie Murray knocked one into the right-field seats at Camden Yards, he entered a very elite crowd. The spotlight had been very bright and very hot on the 40-year-old Murray in the weeks leading up to the Big Knock, and anyone who follows baseball must certainly feel some of his relief. For those of us who have followed Murray for a while, there is certainly that relief, but also a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction at seeing him reach this unthinkably high plateau. When I first started following baseball at the tender age of seven, I so happened to be living in a suburb of Washington, DC.
American League Baseball Update Former Baltimore Orioles first baseman eddie murray, a man of two swings, many accomplishmentsand few words, was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame yesterday http://www.cmonitor.com/stories/good/2003/hall_of_fame_010803_2002.shtml
Extractions: The Washington Post BASEBALL Hall calls for Murray, Carter Former Baltimore Orioles first baseman Eddie Murray, a man of two swings, many accomplishments and few words, was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame yesterday in his first year of eligibility. Murray will be joined in the Cooperstown Class of 2003 by catcher Gary Carter, who finally made it on his sixth try. Murray, a switch-hitter who spent 121/2 of his 21 major-league seasons with the Orioles, became the 38th player to be elected to Cooperstown in his first year of eligibility. He was named on 423 of the 496 ballots (85.3 percent) cast by 10-year members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, while Carter was named on 387 ballots (78 percent). To be elected, a player must be named on at least 75 percent. Murray's joyous news coincided with a somber occasion, as he was in his hometown of Los Angeles attending the funeral of his younger sister, Tanya, who died Jan. 2 at the age of 38 from kidney disease. "I am thrilled by the tremendous honor of being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame," Murray said in a statement, "and joining the other greats of the game. For those with whom I shared space on the playing field and in the clubhouse, I share this honor with you. ... Although I dedicated my professional career to the game, I have dedicated my life to my family. The elation I feel by being recognized for my achievements on the field is overshadowed by the anguish of losing someone so dear to me."
Extractions: April 13, 2003 The Baseball Index (TBI) is a catalog to baseball literature. It encompasses books, magazine articles, programs, pamphlets, films, recordings, songs, poems, cartoons, advertising, or anything else that may be of interest to the baseball fan or researcher. It is an ongoing project of the Bibliography Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research ( SABR ) to catalog the entirety of baseball literature, from the earliest references to the present day. TBI is the creation of volunteers. Their hours of work and financial contributions have made your TBI research possible. 185,172 Documents