Doby

The surname Doby may refer to:

  • Larry Doby (1923–2003), American baseball player
  • Winston C. Doby (1940–2011), American university administrator
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Other articles related to "doby":

Winston C. Doby - Helping Others
... Over the years, Doby chaired numerous task groups including one charged with developing a plan for addressing the impacts of Proposition 209 ... Doby was also been an active "UCLA ambassador" in the larger community, particularly in the area of K-12 education ... Doby co-founded the community-based Young Black Scholars Program, which has helped to prepare thousands of young students for college in its 14-year history ...
Larry Doby - Major League Baseball Career - Latter Years (1956–1960)
... spending nine seasons with Cleveland, Doby was traded on October 25, 1955 to the Chicago White Sox for Chico Carrasquel and Jim Busby ... We've certainly needed a consistent one—and we've been eying Doby for some time," said White Sox vice president Chuck Comiskey ... White Sox manager Marty Marion believed Doby's bat would be a welcome addition to his club when he said, "The guy used to murder us when we played Cleveland ...
All-Star Futures Game - Larry Doby Award
... name was changed from "Futures Game Most Valuable Player Award" to the Larry Doby Award ... (This award should not be confused with the Larry Doby Legacy Award, which is presented by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.) ...
Larry Johnson (baseball)
... Larry Doby Johnson (born August 17, 1950 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a retired American professional baseball player ... Johnson is named for Larry Doby, the first African-American to play in the American League, a seven-time All-Star outfielder, and member of the Baseball Hall ... Doby was a star for Johnson's hometown Cleveland Indians the year of his birth ...
Les Fleming
... of the Indians during the 1947 season, Fleming became a teammate of Larry Doby when Doby broke the color barrier in the American League on July 5, 1947 ... Fleming was one of the Indians who turned his back to Doby when player-manager Lou Boudreau introduced Doby to his new Indians teammates in the clubhouse before the game ...