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Extractions: Baseball cards of players with last names beginning with 'P'. Tom Paciorek Jorge Padilla Vicente Padilla Angel Pagan ... Juan Pena (Red Sox) Juan Pena (Athletics) Tony Pena Tony Pena Jr. Willi Mo Pena Terry Pendleton ... Jason Phillips (Mets 1B and Catcher) Jason Phillips (Pitcher) J.R. Phillips Mark Phillips Paul Phillips Tony Phillips ... Back to the Top "P"lay Ball Facts: During a stretch from 2000 to 2001, Brad P enny made 17 consecutive unbeaten starts, including eight straight wins. Troy P ercival often has entered games at Edson Field to the song "Delusions of Autonomy", performed by Sandfrog, a band formed by teammate Scott Spezio. Mike P iazza was the 1,390 pick in the 1988 draft, and is now considered the greatest hitting catcher of all time. In 2001, Jorge P osada received the Thurman Munson Award for his work with developmentally disabled children. Kirby P uckett was the 9th player to collect four hits in his first major league game.
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Extractions: Manager in 1993, 2001- Reds , Marlins Tony Perez's Teams 1964 Cincinnati Reds 1965 Cincinnati Reds 1966 Cincinnati Reds 1967 Cincinnati Reds 1968 Cincinnati Reds 1969 Cincinnati Reds 1970 Cincinnati Reds 1971 Cincinnati Reds 1972 Cincinnati Reds 1973 Cincinnati Reds 1974 Cincinnati Reds 1975 Cincinnati Reds 1976 Cincinnati Reds 1977 Montreal Expos 1978 Montreal Expos 1979 Montreal Expos 1980 Boston Red Sox 1981 Boston Red Sox 1982 Boston Red Sox 1983 Philadelphia Phillies 1984 Cincinnati Reds 1985 Cincinnati Reds 1986 Cincinnati Reds Games Average HR RBI Career League CS World Series Wins-Losses Winning % Manager Books and articles about Tony Perez
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Extractions: Player Spotlight Craig Tomarkin The following comparison of Pete Rose to his long-time teammates: Bench, Morgan, Foster and Perez, shows that he was not in the top 3 players on his own team (and we're not even including the pitchers on his team such as Tom Seaver). To illustrate the point, batting records of their best single season, top 5 seasons, top 10 seasons and careers were compared. Their seasons were sorted by the following criteria to determine which is their "best." And, with exception of the "career" totals, no season with fewer than 400 plate appearances was included. The players were sorted by OPS (on base avg + slugging avg) and by Total Avg (TA=batting avg + slugging avg). Then, the rankings were averaged to determine the total combined ranking. After studying the table below, also consider the intangibles. While I don't consider Pete Rose a superior fielder, to his credit, he won 2 Gold Gloves as an outfielder. His teammates winning Gold Gloves, Bench who won 10 and Morgan who won 5, are in the Hall of Fame, Foster and Perez didn't win any and are not. As far as base running, if you use stolen bases as a measure, Rose was adequate, but not superior. To me, while he was fun to watch (I admit I was a big Reds fan) and longevity is a big factor, by most fundamental and widely accepted statistical measures, he just wasn't as obvious a choice for the Hall of Fame as some make it seem. Sorry Pete!
Extractions: MLB FOREIGN EXPANSION by Craig Tomarkin It all started when the Montreal Expos debuted in 1969. They made their first and only post season appearance in strike shortened 1981, with a 60-48 record. Andre Dawson and Gary Carter were the team's hitting stars and they managed to beat the Phillies three games to two in the opening playoff series. In Game 5, Steve Rogers pitched a shut out for them against Steve Carlton to win it. They were unable to outlast the Dodgers in the next series though as Fernando Valensuela allowed only 3 hits in 8 2/3 innings to beat them 2-1 in a thrilling come from behind Game 5 victory. As of 2002, we are still waiting for them to make a World Series appearance. The Toronto Blue Jays were the second foreign team to join the MLB in 1977. Again, a team from Canada. This franchise proved to be stronger than the Expos. They first made the playoffs in 1985 and again in 1989. The team soon became a force, making the playoffs three straight years from 1991 to 1993. The last two seasons they won back to back World Series, establishing them as the first foreign team to build an MLB dynasty. Who will follow as the next foreign team? Will it be another team from Canada or will another country step to the plate?
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Extractions: Career Stats (Baseball Writer elected HOF First Basemen) Player Years Average Slugging Hits Doubles Triples HR Runs RBI Perez Foxx Gehrig Greenberg Killebrew McCovey Sisler Terry Average Season Stats Player Average Slugging Hits Doubles Triples HR Runs RBI Perez Foxx Gehrig Greenberg Killebrew McCovey Sisler Terry Average Season Rank Player Average Slugging Hits Doubles Triples HR Runs RBI Total Rank Gehrig Foxx Sisler Greenberg Terry Killebrew McCovey Perez 1998 All Bucketfoot Team Bucketfoot Baseball Links... Bucketfoot Baseball Newsletter Created By: Jeff Leader and Eric Ness Web Page Design By Eric Ness
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Extractions: Hall pass Click here for more on this story Posted: Tuesday January 11, 2000 11:33 PM Tony Perez, who had 379 HRs and 1,652 RBIs, got 77.2 percent of the vote. AP NEW YORK (AP) Twenty-five years after clearing The Wall, Carlton Fisk and Tony Perez made the Hall. The pair, linked by home runs in perhaps the greatest World Series ever, were elected to the Hall of Fame on Tuesday, wiping away the times they fell just short. "I'll be happy and proud to be standing up there in July at the same podium as he is," Fisk said. Fisk is best remembered for waving his 12th-inning homer fair in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. Perez's two-run shot off Bill Lee the following night, which helped rally Cincinnati from a three-run deficit to the title, is largely overlooked. "It's sweet now, when I'm in. It doesn't matter how long I had to wait," said Perez, who made it on his ninth try. "The first thing I thought of was calling my mother in Cuba. The family was there, too. They started jumping around. My mother was crying."
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