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Tag Archives: MLB

Biofile Jim Palmer Interview

Status: The winningest Major League Baseball pitcher of the 1970s played nineteen seasons with the Baltimore Orioles. DOB: October 15, 1945 In: New York City, NY Baseball Heroes:  “I grew up in New York – Mickey Mantle, Allie Reynolds. I was always a Yankee fan. In fact, I think in …

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List of Publications That Published Biofiles Around The World

With Middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin in NYC. New York Post New York Daily News The Sporting News The Ring The Hockey News The Daily Racing Form Tennis Magazine Ace Magazine Tennis Week Magazine New York Tennis Magazine Florida Tennis Magazine Tennis Magazine Australia Baseball America Mets Inside Pitch Reds Report …

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Biofile Cal Ripken Interview

By Scoop Malinowski DOB: August 24, 1960  In: Havre de Grace, Maryland Childhood Heroes: “Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson, Jim Palmer.” Early Baseball Memory:  “So many of them. I made a road trip with my dad when I was nine. My dad (Cal Sr.) was managing in AAA for the Rochester Red Wings. …

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Biofile Hank Aaron Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Baseball Hall of Famer. All-time home run king with 755. Currently, Hank is a Senior Vice President with the Atlanta Braves. In addition, he owns several Church’s, Popeyes and Krispy Kreme franchises in the Atlanta area. He also operates his foundation (The Henry L. Aaron Chasing …

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Biofile: Phil Niekro Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Major League baseball pitcher from 1964-1987 for Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays. DOB: April 1, 1939 In: Blaine, Ohio First Baseball Memory: “Playing catch with my dad (Joe) in the backyard. He taught me the knuckleball.” Baseball Inspirations: …

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Biofile: Ted Williams Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Baseball Hall of Famer. DOB: August 30, 1918  In: San Diego, CA Passed Away: July 5, 2002 Childhood Heroes:  “That’s a funny point. I never had any childhood sports heroes. There was no radio or television back then. The only word I could get from anyone …

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