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Re: D.C. Baseball History.com more than just a website

Sun, 03 Sep 2017 11:47:05 -0000

Pretty cool Mark, great job!




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History – Tom Hughes goes after a heckler in the stands

Wed, 14 Jun 2017 22:09:09 -0000

Frank Howard! A kind, gentle, and shy human. Dad worked at KFI and my brother and I met Mr. Howard as he was jogging to take batting practice before a game at the L A Coliseum. I was eleven. Stunned. Not even a lip flap hello. My younger brother Dave and I just stared. Howard was extremely shy. He just kind of stared at us too. Dad made introductions. Which was kind as Howard was sort of ambushed scuffling foot to foot his eyes flitting to the field.







Re: Numbers don’t tell the whole story – The Jim French Story

Sun, 14 May 2017 15:49:20 -0000

Way to go Frenchman!




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History

Sun, 30 Apr 2017 11:59:47 -0000

The AL?.....go to Baltimore for that.




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History – Walter Johnson has Surgery

Tue, 28 Feb 2017 02:01:59 -0000

Delis Has A Card In Strat-O-Matic!!




Re: No raise for Hondo

Tue, 28 Feb 2017 00:55:57 -0000

Frank Howard was my first 'favorite' player. 1960. I was ten. Great memories.




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History – Walter Johnson has Surgery

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 10:21:42 -0000

14 and 14 is not up to Big Train standards.....but I would take that 1.65 ERA anytime, anywhere! Way to go Big Train!




Re: Big Train’s Throw Across the Rappahannock River

Wed, 22 Feb 2017 23:46:39 -0000

I read the Washington story in a children's book over 60 years. The Rappahannock, not the Potomac (as some people erroneously believe) and a piece of slate the size of a (later) silver dollar.
And booooo on the congressman.




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History – Hall of Famers that played in Washington

Wed, 02 Nov 2016 15:40:26 -0000

and early wynn is in the nats ring of honor at nats park he had a losing record in dc




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History – The Goslin Game

Fri, 07 Oct 2016 15:37:04 -0000

Mark, Nice story, thank you for sharing it. You should join our D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today group and our D.C. Baseball History group page on Facebook and share your story with the groups.




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History – The Goslin Game

Fri, 07 Oct 2016 14:36:01 -0000

Auspicious history for this October 7! As I get ready to head to Nationals Park for game 1 against the Dodgers, here is some more good karma -- a piece that I did on the heroes of DC's last World Series victory.

http://www.hardballtimes.co...




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History – ’45 Senators trim Tigers lead to only 1.5 games

Thu, 18 Aug 2016 10:34:51 -0000

Humphreys had that double pump pitching motion.




Re: D.C. Baseball All-Time Pitching Records

Tue, 02 Aug 2016 15:18:07 -0000

they did not get any better then the Big Train.




Re: The Legacy of Griffith Stadium

Mon, 06 Jun 2016 21:34:28 -0000

I'm very late in finding this article. Sorry I didn't see it earlier. The author failed to mention one player from that era. I doubt that he is unaware the players career. Is he the son or grandson of the great base stealing George Case.




Re: This Date in Washington Senators History – Padres to Washington?

Fri, 27 May 2016 16:57:38 -0000

When the Padres failed to arrive in Washington....that was a crusher for the teenager I was.




Re: Game Five of Howard’s Home Run Streak

Tue, 17 May 2016 15:49:26 -0000

It is sad looking at those attendance figures and small amount of people watching history being made.




Re: Nats playing loose, getting the job done

Mon, 18 Apr 2016 11:14:45 -0000

I feel better after reading that!




Re: Hannan Isn’t Helping Retirees As Much As He Could Be

Sun, 07 Feb 2016 22:00:29 -0000

Jim Hannan is my father's 1st cousin. My father was Declan Hannan, his father was James Hannan and his grandfather John Hannan from New Jersey. My grandfather Jim and father Declan lived in San Francisco. I would love to know my cousin and any extentions to my family. If anyone of family is reading, you have amazing family all over the West Coast from Alaska, Oregon, California and Nevada..and we are all siblings and children of Declan's. 8 of us 😊 Please email me or call with subject: family. Kathleentgormley@yahoo.com

Kathleen Hannan-Gormley
971-239-7776




Re: Hannan Isn’t Helping Retirees As Much As He Could Be

Sun, 07 Feb 2016 00:56:39 -0000

Please read my reply below. My email is Kathleenthormley@yahoo.com My maiden name is Hannan. James Hannan is my father's1st cousin. I would love to know my family that my father lost touch with.




Re: Hannan Isn’t Helping Retirees As Much As He Could Be

Sun, 07 Feb 2016 00:53:45 -0000

My father was James Hannan's 1st cousin. They shared the same grandfather John Hannan. My father's name was Declan Hannan. How could I get in touch with my family I never knew?




Re: 4th Annual D.C. Baseball History Meeting

Wed, 03 Feb 2016 14:45:26 -0000

Sorry, found out that he had passed away. Any others?




Re: 4th Annual D.C. Baseball History Meeting

Wed, 03 Feb 2016 14:38:50 -0000

Montgomery Magazine is looking for former MLB players from the County to interview for a story in conjunction with Opening Day. Any ideas. I though of Gordy Coleman if he's till around.




Re: Senators and Dodgers announce blockbuster trade

Fri, 04 Dec 2015 11:23:21 -0000

Great photo of Hondo as a young Dodger stud.




Re: Hearts and Diamonds

Mon, 09 Nov 2015 13:02:21 -0000

Great article. We must be about the same age as our paths were so much alike.