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St. Joseph, Missouri

stayed in the majors as a catcher through 1916 (1916 in sports). A right-handed hitter, he batted (batting average) .240 with ten career home runs. Biography Dietrich was born in Aurora, Illinois November 26, 1853. He was employed as a clerk in a hardware store in St. Joseph, Missouri. He moved to Chicago, Illinois and engaged in the hardware business. He moved to Deadwood (Deadwood, South Dakota), Dakota Territory (now South Dakota), in 1875 and engaged


Dar es Salaam

surpassed Hank Aaron's career home run total with his '''milestone (List of milestone home runs by Barry Bonds)''' 756th home run. The ship returned to service in January 1960 attached to the 6th Frigate Squadron. In March and April she was deployed off Iceland on Fishery Protection duties. In June ''Loch Fada'' returned to the Persian Gulf patrol, taking part in the CENTO "Exercise MIDLINK II" with warships of other nations in October and November. January 1961 saw


Olympia, Washington

Baseball . and the Philadelphia Phillies in 2008. http: www.baseball-reference.com players j jenkige01.shtml Jenkins is third on the Brewers all-time career home run list trailing only Hall-of-Famer Robin Yount and former first baseman


Milwaukee

Braves''' for most of the first half of the 20th century. In 1953, the team moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Milwaukee) and became the '''Milwaukee Braves''', followed by the move to Atlanta in 1966. The team's tenure in Atlanta is famous for Hank Aaron breaking Babe Ruth's career home run record in 1974, though the majority of Aaron's home runs were hit while the team was in Milwaukee. His record stood until 2007, when San Francisco left fielder Barry Bonds broke the record. ref

The 1948 World Series, which the Braves lost in six games to the Indians (1948 Cleveland Indians season), turned out to be the Braves' last hurrah in Boston. Amid four mediocre seasons, attendance steadily dwindled until, on March 13, 1953, Perini, who had recently bought out his original partners, announced


Nairobi

in the East African capital cities of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya, killing over 200 people and injuring over 4,500 others. 2007 – Barry Bonds surpassed Hank Aaron's career home run total with his '''milestone (List of milestone home runs by Barry Bonds)''' 756th home run. Within months, the regiment received notification that it would be stationed in Kenya, which was emerging from the Mau Mau Uprising and nearing independence. Arriving


Mobile, Alabama

. By the time Aaron retired, he and his brother held the record for most career home runs by a pair of siblings (768). They were also the first siblings to appear in a League Championship Series (1969 National League Championship Series) as teammates. Lt. Beedy said that if the fire had gotten worse than it was, there could have been injuries or deaths, saying "He endangered a lot of people." According to Lt. Beedy, building security cameras caught Shorrosh on camera entering and exiting the trash room of the building. Police Chief David Carpenter told WKRG (w:WKRG) ''News 5'', the CBS (w:CBS) affiliate in Mobile (w:Mobile, Alabama), that Shorrosh used an accelerant (w:accelerant) to start the fire, in what police believe was an attempt to burn the building down. The Government Accountability Office (w:Government Accountability Office) on June 18 called for a re-run of the bidding for the U.S. Air Force $40 billion tanker contract (w:KC-X), citing major flaws in the procurement process. This imperils the Northrop Grumman (w:Northrop Grumman) and EADS North America (w:EADS North America) plan to assemble the planes in Mobile (w:Mobile, Alabama), Alabama (w:Alabama).


Cleveland

. thumb right 250px Concert poster (Image:Moondog poster.jpg) The '''Moondog Coronation Ball''' was a concert (rock concert) held at the Cleveland Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on March 21, 1952. It is generally accepted as the first major rock and roll concert. *August 11 - Babe Ruth hit his 500th career home run in the second inning off Willis Hudlin at Cleveland's League Park. The homer was Ruth's 30th of the year, but it wasn't enough as the Indians beat the Yankees, 6-5. There are about 710,000 Catholics in the Diocese of Cleveland, which contains 172 parishes, 22 Catholic high schools, 3 Catholic hospitals, 3 universities (university), 2 shrines (St. Paul Shrine Church and St. Stanislaus Church (St. Stanislaus Church (Cleveland, Ohio))), and 2 seminaries (seminary) (Centers for Pastoral Leadership). The diocese's cathedral is the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist (Cleveland)), located in downtown Cleveland. As of January 2011, there were 257 priests and 500 nuns in the diocese. As of Sunday July 4, 2010, there are 172 parishes in the diocese. Letters to all of the parishes from Bishop Richard Gerard Lennon (Richard Lennon) giving his decision on what parishes and schools were closing or merging, and which parishes and schools would remain open, were read to the parishioners by the church pastors at the Saturday Vigil Mass (Mass (liturgy)) on Saturday March 14, 2009, and at all Sunday Masses on Sunday March 15, 2009. Hardest hit by the closings were downtown Cleveland, downtown Akron, downtown Lorain, and downtown Elyria. Biography Pilla was born in Cleveland and graduated from John Carroll University. He was ordained (ordination) a priest for the Diocese of Cleveland on May 23, 1959. On June 30, 1979 Pope John Paul II named Pilla Titular Bishop of ''Scardona'' and Auxiliary Bishop of Cleveland. He was ordained a bishop by Bishop James Aloysius Hickey of Cleveland on August 1, 1979. The principal co-consecrators were Bishops Clarence George Issenmann, Bishop Emeritus of Cleveland and Joseph Abel Francis, S.V.D. (Society of the Divine Word), Auxiliary Bishop of Newark (Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark). He was named Apostolic Administrator of the diocese on July 29, 1980 after Bishop Hickey was named Archbishop of Washington (Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington), and as Hickey's successor on November 13, 1980. WikiPedia:Cleveland Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Localities C Cleveland commons:Cleveland


Columbus, Ohio

the National League's Rookie of the Year (MLB Rookie of the Year Award) in totals of 48


Dominican Republic

Baseball . Sosa stands at 6'2" tall and reportedly weighs 218 pounds. He bats and throws right-handed. The pitcher hit his first career home run April 6, 2006, off Jeff Fassero of the San Francisco Giants. The only other two hits (Hit (baseball)) Sosa recorded that season were also home runs. Sosa also pitched for the Dominican Republic in the 2006 World Baseball Classic. Fatalities 74+ Areas Lesser Antilles, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Texas


Puerto Rico

Hurricane Center accessdate October 12, 2008 Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico


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