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Ty Cobb
percentage of votes until 1992. In 1999, editors at the Sporting News ranked Cobb Ty Cobb 3rd on their list of "Baseball's 100 Greatest Players". Cobb is widely
May 28th 2017

Ty Cobb Healthcare System
The Ty Cobb Healthcare System in Royston in the US state of Georgia began as a single hospital in 1950, with a donation by baseball player Ty Cobb. Since
Sep 2nd 2016

Ty Cobb (song)
"Ty Cobb" is a song by the American rock band Soundgarden. Featuring lyrics written by frontman Chris Cornell and music written by bassist Ben Shepherd
May 28th 2017

Ty Cobb Museum
83°07′00″W / 34.283722°N 83.11669°W / 34.283722; -83.11669 The Ty Cobb Museum is a museum located in Royston, Georgia, that honors Baseball Hall
Sep 2nd 2016

Cobb (film)
is a 1994 biopic starring Tommy Lee Jones as the famed baseball player Ty Cobb. The picture was written and directed by Ron Shelton and based on a book
Apr 4th 2017

East Cobb, Georgia
Home to about 175,890, East Cobb is an unincorporated community in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. It is an affluent northern suburb of Atlanta.
Apr 15th 2017

Ty Warner
He has a much-younger sister, Joyce. He was named after baseball player Ty Cobb. He never married and has no children. Warner maintains a low public profile
May 22nd 2017

Cobb (soundtrack)
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Sep 2nd 2016

Cobb (surname)
(born 1970), former American college and professional football player Ty Cobb (1886–1961), American baseball player, subject of the 1994 film Cobb Wally
Mar 14th 2017

Divinity School, a former graduate school Cobb (film), a 1994 film about Ty Cobb Cobb (soundtrack) 1st Kentucky Artillery, also known as Cobb's Battery
Mar 27th 2017

1910 Chalmers Award
Major League Baseball team tried to give Nap Lajoie the batting title over Ty Cobb. Before the 1910 Major League Baseball season, Chalmers Hugh Chalmers of the Chalmers
May 23rd 2017

1911 Detroit Tigers season
Athletics. The 1911 Tigers had two of the best batters in baseball in Cobb Ty Cobb and Sam Crawford. Cobb led both leagues in batting average (.420), RBIs
Jun 5th 2016

Somewhere in Georgia
Somewhere in Georgia is a 1917 silent film, starring baseball great Cobb Ty Cobb. It was based on a short story by sports columnist Grantland Rice. Cobb stars
Oct 5th 2016

John Franklin Cobb House
the county. It is also notable as a place frequented by baseball legend Ty Cobb in his childhood; he was a grandson of the original builder, John Franklin
Nov 30th 2016

1909 Detroit Tigers season
in which they won the pennant but lost the World Series. Center fielder Ty Cobb won the Triple Crown and pitcher George Mullin led the league in wins (29)
Nov 18th 2016

1915 Detroit Tigers season
The 1915 Detroit Tigers team is remembered for its all-star outfield of Ty Cobb, Sam Crawford, and Bobby Veach—who finished #1, #2, and #3 in the American
Aug 13th 2016

Al Stump
writer. Stump spent time with Detroit Tigers' Hall Of Fame baseball player Ty Cobb in 1960 and 1961 collaborating on Cobb's autobiography. My Life In Baseball:
Apr 3rd 2017

Bud Light Daredevils
cheerleaders Ty Cobb, Sam Martin, Robert Kirby, Tyler Hubbard, John White, and Ty Cobb's younger brother Guy Cobb. In 1980, Ty Cobb, along with
Apr 22nd 2016

Ty (given name)
American football player Ty Law (born 1974), American football player Ty Cobb (1886-1961), American baseball player Ty Kelly (born 1988), American baseball
Nov 13th 2016

Guy Cobb
1983 Cobb left the University of Mississippi to join his older brother, Ty Cobb, as a co-founder of an acrobatic basketball show called the Bud Light Daredevils
Nov 29th 2016

Charles M. Conlon
baseball players, however his most famous photo is a fortunate action shot of Ty Cobb sliding into third base at Hilltop Park in 1910, upending the fielder,
Nov 19th 2016

released as its own single it was released as a B-side to the song "Ty Cobb". While "Ty Cobb" itself did not chart, "Rhinosaur" charted at 19 on the Mainstream
May 25th 2017

Joe Cobb (baseball)
the wrong play." Bullion added that one of Cobb's strongest boosters was Ty Cobb, though the two were not relatives. On April 13, 1918, he had three hits
Dec 23rd 2016

1914 Detroit Tigers season
It involved the Detroit Tigers finishing fourth in the American League. Ty Cobb won another batting title with a .368 average. Sam Crawford led the league
Apr 20th 2016

1921 Detroit Tigers season
average in American League history. Detroit outfielders Harry Heilmann and Ty Cobb finished No. 1 and No. 2 in the American League batting race with batting
Sep 10th 2016

Narrows, Georgia
approximately four miles south east of Baldwin, it was the birthplace of Ty Cobb. A roadside sign describes the original location of the cabin in which
Apr 24th 2017

Bill Leinhauser
against the Philadelphia Athletics. Three days earlier, Tigers' star Ty Cobb was taunted with racial slurs in New York by a fan named Claude Lueker
Jan 9th 2017

1922 w575-2
available are Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb and Rogers Hornsby with a complete listing shown below. Dave Bancroft Johnnie Bassler Joe Bush Ty Cobb Eddie Collins Stan
Jun 11th 2015

1927 Philadelphia Athletics season
Collins was signed as a free agent by the Athletics. February 8, 1927: Ty Cobb was signed as a free agent by the Athletics. Note: Pos = Position;
May 23rd 2017

The Winning Season (2004 film)
assisting Wagner in his 1909 World Series duel with fellow hall-of-famer Ty Cobb. It is adapted from the children's novel Honus & Me by Dan Gutman. The
Jan 14th 2017

1909 World Series
their previous efforts. The Tigers were also backed up by the heavy bat of Ty Cobb (who had just won his third consecutive American League batting title)
Apr 24th 2017

1905 Detroit Tigers season
384, eighth out of the eight teams in the AL. August 24, 1905: Ty Cobb was purchased by the Tigers from the Augusta Tourists. Note: Pos =
Oct 2nd 2016

Con Strouthers
Tourists of the South Atlantic League or "Sally League" when he invited Ty Cobb, who would go on to a Hall of Fame career with the Tigers, to join the
Apr 9th 2016

1928 Philadelphia Athletics season
and 55 losses. The team featured seven eventual Hall-of-Fame players: Ty Cobb, Mickey Cochrane, Eddie Collins, Jimmie Foxx, Lefty Grove, Al Simmons,
May 23rd 2017

Hap Ward
for the Detroit Tigers on May 18, 1912. Three days earlier, Tigers' star Ty Cobb was taunted with racial slurs in New York by a fan named Claude Lueker
Dec 14th 2016

1907 Detroit Tigers season
1901. In March 1907, Detroit manager Hughie Jennings actually offered Ty Cobb to the Cleveland Naps in exchange for Elmer Flick. The Naps refused the
Nov 18th 2016

1927 Detroit Tigers season
for Pinky Hargrave, Marty McManus and Bobby LaMotte. January 27, 1927: Ty Cobb was released by the Tigers. May 31, 1927: Johnny Neun of the Tigers executed
Nov 29th 2015

List of Major League Baseball career games played leaders
list of the top 100 Major League Baseball players in career games played. Ty Cobb was the first player to reach 3,000 games played. Cobb's record of 3,035
May 28th 2017

Claude Rossman
Flick. In December 1906, the Naps sold Rossman to the Detroit-TigersDetroit Tigers. With Ty Cobb and Sam Crawford already in the Detroit lineup, the addition of manager
Jan 26th 2017

1911 Major League Baseball season
Boston Red Sox pitcher Ed Karger for an inside-the-park home run. July 12Ty Cobb of the Detroit Tigers steals second, third and home on consecutive pitches
Mar 1st 2016

Major League Baseball titles leaders
or more titles in a category. Active players are highlighted. 12 Ty Cobb (1907–1915, 1917–1919)* 8 Honus Wagner (1900, 1903–1904, 1906–1909, 1911)
Mar 28th 2017

Baseball Magazine
strove to provide human interest stories about baseball stars, such as Cobb">Ty Cobb and Christy-MathewsonChristy Mathewson. F.C. Lane became the magazine's editor in 1911 and
Mar 22nd 2017

List of Major League Baseball career hits leaders
holds the Major League record for most career hits, with 4,256. Rose and Ty Cobb are the only players with 4,000 career hits. George Davis was the first
May 24th 2017

1912 Detroit Tigers season
April 18 (like Fenway Park) but it rained in both cities on that day. Ty Cobb scored the first run in Tiger Stadium by stealing home. May 18, 1912: Tigers
May 23rd 2017

Frank Navin
a team that won three straight pennants from 1907–1909. His signing of Ty Cobb and Hughie Jennings was instrumental in the development of the Tigers championship
Jan 29th 2017

Single (baseball)
fast running speed to achieve singles are often called "slap hitters". Ty Cobb, Pete Rose, Tony Gwynn, and Ichiro Suzuki are examples of contact hitters;
Apr 19th 2017

Bobby Veach
average. He compiled a .310 career batting average and finished second to Ty Cobb for the 1919 American League batting title with a .355 average. He also
May 7th 2017

Tennessee–Alabama League
played on Major League Baseball teams. They are: King Bailey (Columbia) Ty Cobb (Anniston) Jim Holmes (Huntsville) Pryor McElveen (Knoxville) Tom Stouch
May 16th 2017

Town Brookhaven
Town Brookhaven is a 600,000-square-foot (56,000 m2) mixed-use district developed by the Sembler Company, located on a 54-acre site at Peachtree Road and
Nov 14th 2014

Major League Baseball titles streaks
Gwynn, 3 (1987–1989) AL Ty Cobb, 9 (1907–1915) Nap Lajoie, 4 (1901–1904) Rod Carew, 4 (1972–1975) Wade Boggs, 4 (1985–1988) Ty Cobb, 3 (1917–1919) Miguel
Apr 11th 2016

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