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At 14-5, Dartmouth grad Kyle Hendricks of the Cubs is the best pitcher in baseball

Kyle Hendricks is the first pitcher to win 14 games; maybe he will get 20. I wonder what the all time record for wins by a Dartmouth grad in major league baseball? Jim Beattie: 12 wins for Seattle in 1984 … Continue reading

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O, beware, my lord, of jealousy; it is the green-eyed monster which doth mock the meat it feeds on

Susan Slusser* in today’s Chron describes baseball pitcher Joe Ross of the Washingtons as a “tarter”. Ross, a Bay Area native who led Bishop O’Dowd to the CIF North Coast sectional quarterfinals held the Giants my favorite team to five … Continue reading

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Sergio Romo is 155th MLB reliever to notch 100 career saves, according to Schulman of the Chron, wikipedia and baseball reference dot com

But Schulman of the Chron still hates me because I gave him grief about not getting name right regarding former Dartmouth manager and Giants hurler Jeff Tesreau (who he conflated with Jack Chesbro) And Terry TMW are going to park … Continue reading

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Jeff Tesreau w. Jack Chesbro

Henry Schulman in the Chronicle, apropos of the Chris Heston gem, mis-identified the previous Giants rookie to toss a no-no; he called Jeff Tesreau “Jack Tesreau.” I texted him on that, or I tried, at least to send something from … Continue reading

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Leonard Frey of 201 Streeter

Leonard Frey, Dartmouth class of 1949, lived at 201 Streeter, one of the older dorms, in the so-called Gold Coast, west campus, closer to the river, by my sense. When Harry Hillman died, Frey contributed $5 to a memorial fund. … Continue reading

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