The curiosities of Rube Waddell - CBSSports.com

https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/the-curiosities-of-rube-waddell/ Jan 31, 2014 · Rube Waddell was a great pitcher, but he was also something of a character. On the occasion of our unveiling of the Athletics' all-time single-season team, let us reflect upon the essence and curiosities of a member of that august collective. That would be ace lefty Rube Waddell ...…

Rube Walker - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rube_Walker Albert Bluford "Rube". Walker (May 16, 1926 – December 12, 1992) was an American Major League Baseball catcher and longtime pitching coach.Batting average: .228…

Rube Marquard Stats Baseball-Reference.com

https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/m/marquru01.shtml View Rube Marquard's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos). Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1909 season Full Name: Richard William Marquard Pronunciation: \MAR-kward\ View Player Bio from the SABR BioProject. More bio, uniform, draft, salary infoWeight: 81 kg…

Rube Foster American baseball player Britannica

https://www.britannica.com/biography/Rube-Foster Rube Foster, byname of Andrew Foster, (born September 17, 1879, Calvert, Texas, U.S.—died December 9, 1930, Kankakee, Illinois), American baseball player who gained fame as a pitcher, manager, and owner and as the “father of black baseball” after founding in 1920 the Negro National League (NNL), the first successful professional league for African American ballplayers.…

Rube Waddell Stats Baseball-Reference.com

https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/w/wadderu01.shtml July 25, 1900: Traded by the Pittsburgh Pirates to Milwaukee (American) for a player to be named later. Milwaukee (American) sent Bert Husting (July 31, 1900) to the Pittsburgh Pirates to complete the trade. Rube Waddell returned to original team on August 29, 1900.Height: 1.85 Meter…

Rube Waddell Society for American Baseball Research

https://sabr.org/bioproj/person/a5b2c2b4 In August 1896, newspapers in Titusville and Oil City made passing mentions of an Oil City pitcher named "Rube" Waddell, the first known references to his famous nickname. In August of 1897, without so much as an inning in minor-league baseball, Waddell's reputation earned him a tryout with the National League's Pittsburgh Pirates.…

The Dollop Podcast #12 - The Rube - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0zI3Ed0kTQ Jul 05, 2017 · Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds discuss legendary baseball player Rube Waddell----SUBCRIBE - https://goo.gl/IadIxt The Dollop is a podcast I started recently with comedian Gareth Reynolds.Author: The Dollop with Dave Anthony & Gareth Reynolds…

Rube Waddell Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac

https://www.baseball-almanac.com/players/player.php?p=wadderu01 Rube Waddell National Baseball Hall of Fame Plaque Class of 1946 (HOF) In 1883 Francis Richter founded the Sporting Life, a weekly magazine devoted to coverage of all sports, with an emphasis on baseball. In 1887 Richter, and other baseball journalists, formed the Base Ball Reporters ……

RUBE WADDELL – BASEBALL'S STRANGEST HALL OF FAMER ...

https://www.baseballhistorycomesalive.com/rube-waddell-baseballs-strangest-hall-of-famer/ Dec 12, 2019 · Rube helped stack sandbags on the bank while standing in icy waters for hours. He got a bad case of pneumonia which apparently weakened him and led to the onset of tuberculosis. His health failing, he somehow pitched another year in Minneapolis and part of the 1913 season with a couple of teams in the Northern League.…

Episode 12: Dollop: Rube Waddell » The Dollop Dot Net

http://thedollop.net/wp/episode-12-dollop/ May 16, 2015 · National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. 25 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326 Phone: 1-888-HALL-OF-FAME 607-547-7200 Fax: 607-547-2044. From the Hall of Fame, Rube’s stats: Finally, fire trucks. He was fascinated with the fire brigade and firemen since early childhood.…

We’re Contacted by Descendant of Hall-of-Famer, Rube ...

https://www.baseballhistorycomesalive.com/were-contacted-by-descendant-of-hall-of-famer-rube-waddell/ One of baseball’s great eccentrics, Rube was fittingly born on Friday, the 13 th (October 13, 1876), and died on April Fool’s Day (April 1, 1914). Todd isn’t exactly sure of his direct lineage back to his famous uncle, but vividly remembers he first started hearing stories about him from his father’s side of the family when he was about 10 years old.…

Negro Leagues MLB.com

http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/history/mlb_negro_leagues_story.jsp?story=foster_rube In the world of black baseball, ideas that Rube Foster, the ambitious, intelligent owner-operator of the Chicago American Giants, had been germinating for years reached critical mass and impelled him to action: after years of barnstorming against weak competition and numerous victories in the informal "colored championships," Foster was going to make an all-out effort to force the squabbling, divisive ……

Amazon.com: Rube Waddell: The Zany, Brilliant Life of a ...

https://www.amazon.com/Rube-Waddell-Brilliant-Strikeout-Artist-ebook/dp/B009TB1AXW Oct 05, 2017 · George Edward "Rube" Waddell was one of the zaniest characters ever to play baseball. The legendary Connie Mack, who saw quite a few cards during his nearly seven decade stint in the majors, once observed that no other screwball he ever saw could hold a candle to Rube.3.9/5(21)…

The curiosities of Rube Waddell - CBSSports.com

https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/the-curiosities-of-rube-waddell/ Jan 31, 2014 · Rube Waddell was a great pitcher, but he was also something of a character. On the occasion of our unveiling of the Athletics' all-time single-season team, let us reflect upon the essence and curiosities of a member of that august collective. That would be ace lefty Rube Waddell ...…

Rube Marquard Stats Baseball-Reference.com

https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/m/marquru01.shtml View Rube Marquard's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos). Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1909 season Full Name: Richard William Marquard Pronunciation: \MAR-kward\ View Player Bio from the SABR BioProject. More bio, uniform, draft, salary infoWeight: 81 kg…

Rube Waddell Stats Baseball-Reference.com

https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/w/wadderu01.shtml July 25, 1900: Traded by the Pittsburgh Pirates to Milwaukee (American) for a player to be named later. Milwaukee (American) sent Bert Husting (July 31, 1900) to the Pittsburgh Pirates to complete the trade. Rube Waddell returned to original team on August 29, 1900.Height: 1.85 Meter…

RUBE WADDELL – BASEBALL'S STRANGEST HALL OF FAMER ...

https://www.baseballhistorycomesalive.com/rube-waddell-baseballs-strangest-hall-of-famer/ Dec 12, 2019 · Rube helped stack sandbags on the bank while standing in icy waters for hours. He got a bad case of pneumonia which apparently weakened him and led to the onset of tuberculosis. His health failing, he somehow pitched another year in Minneapolis and part of the 1913 season with a couple of teams in the Northern League.…

Rube Waddell Society for American Baseball Research

https://sabr.org/bioproj/person/a5b2c2b4 In August 1896, newspapers in Titusville and Oil City made passing mentions of an Oil City pitcher named "Rube" Waddell, the first known references to his famous nickname. In August of 1897, without so much as an inning in minor-league baseball, Waddell's reputation earned him a tryout with the National League's Pittsburgh Pirates.…

Rube Walker - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rube_Walker Albert Bluford "Rube". Walker (May 16, 1926 – December 12, 1992) was an American Major League Baseball catcher and longtime pitching coach.Batting average: .228…

Rube Waddell Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac

https://www.baseball-almanac.com/players/player.php?p=wadderu01 Rube Waddell National Baseball Hall of Fame Plaque Class of 1946 (HOF) In 1883 Francis Richter founded the Sporting Life, a weekly magazine devoted to coverage of all sports, with an emphasis on baseball. In 1887 Richter, and other baseball journalists, formed the Base Ball Reporters ……

Episode 12: Dollop: Rube Waddell » The Dollop Dot Net

http://thedollop.net/wp/episode-12-dollop/ May 16, 2015 · National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. 25 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326 Phone: 1-888-HALL-OF-FAME 607-547-7200 Fax: 607-547-2044. From the Hall of Fame, Rube’s stats: Finally, fire trucks. He was fascinated with the fire brigade and firemen since early childhood.…

Rube Foster American baseball player Britannica

https://www.britannica.com/biography/Rube-Foster Rube Foster, byname of Andrew Foster, (born September 17, 1879, Calvert, Texas, U.S.—died December 9, 1930, Kankakee, Illinois), American baseball player who gained fame as a pitcher, manager, and owner and as the “father of black baseball” after founding in 1920 the Negro National League (NNL), the first successful professional league for African American ballplayers.…

That time Baseball Hall of Famer Rube Waddell got bitten ...

https://medium.com/@BaseballObscura/that-time-baseball-hall-of-famer-rube-waddell-got-bitten-by-a-lion-7de00416f73d Mar 27, 2017 · Baseball Magazine places the incident in 1901 when Rube pitched for the Chicago Orphans (now Cubs) and owner Jim Hart. In this version, Rube is bitten by one of actor Howard Hall’s lions backstage....…

We’re Contacted by Descendant of Hall-of-Famer, Rube ...

https://www.baseballhistorycomesalive.com/were-contacted-by-descendant-of-hall-of-famer-rube-waddell/ One of baseball’s great eccentrics, Rube was fittingly born on Friday, the 13 th (October 13, 1876), and died on April Fool’s Day (April 1, 1914). Todd isn’t exactly sure of his direct lineage back to his famous uncle, but vividly remembers he first started hearing stories about him from his father’s side of the family when he was about 10 years old.…

Negro Leagues MLB.com

http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/history/mlb_negro_leagues_story.jsp?story=foster_rube In the world of black baseball, ideas that Rube Foster, the ambitious, intelligent owner-operator of the Chicago American Giants, had been germinating for years reached critical mass and impelled him to action: after years of barnstorming against weak competition and numerous victories in the informal "colored championships," Foster was going to make an all-out effort to force the squabbling, divisive ……