Major League

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Ryan Garko - Professional Career - Cleveland Indians - 2006 Season
... His first major league hit, a double, came on July 1, against the Cincinnati Reds ... the Indians moved him to first base so he would have a better chance of competing for a major league roster spot ... season with a.292 batting average, 12 doubles, seven home runs, and 45 RBIs in 50 games at the major league level ...
Mickey Morandini - Early Life and Career - Minor Leagues
... Morandini won the 1989 Paul Owens Award as the top minor league position player in the Phillies organization ... season as a shortstop and with Dickie Thon playing shortstop at the major league level, the Phillies organization shifted him to his eventual major league ... season, Morandini was named 41st out of the top 50 prospects in Major League Baseball by Baseball America ...
Atlanta Crackers - Well-known Players
... Art Fowler, longtime major league pitcher and pitching coach ... Billy Goodman (1944 46), a lifetime major league.300 hitter who won the 1950 American League batting title ... Paul Richards, a catcher and then catcher-manager with the Crackers in the 1930s who became a major league manager with the Chicago White Sox (1951 ...
Kevin Rhomberg
... Dubuque, Iowa) is a former left fielder in Major League Baseball ... He was selected by the Cleveland Indians of the American League in the 14th round of the 1977 amateur draft, and made his major league debut on June 9, 1982 ... from 1977 through 1985 including three years with the Cleveland Indians Major League Club in 1982, 1983 and 1984 ...
Major League - Music
... Major Leagues (EP), by Pavement "Major Leagues", a song from the 1999 album Terror Twilight by Pavement Major League, musical project of Armin van Buuren, in ...

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