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Fifty-six, four-oh-six, nineteen forty one
Baseball and Football

Fifty-six, four-oh-six, nineteen forty one

In 1941, the last baseball season before World War II, Ted Williams had a batting average of .406. Joe DiMaggio got a hit in 56 consecutive games. No one has hit .400 since, and the closest anyone ever came to DiMaggio’s streak is 44.

The Red Sox Curse Was Stupid, Racist Management
Baseball and Football

The Red Sox Curse Was Stupid, Racist Management

The Red Sox’ “Curse of the Bambino” was just aNB excuse for losing. The team’s real curse was a stuipid, racist front office.

Thurman Munson Was a Work Horse on a Team of Show Horses
Baseball and Football

Thurman Munson Was a Work Horse on a Team of Show Horses

Thurman Munson was a great ballplayer, but deeply sensitive and insecure. He held grudges and had several rivalries with teammates opponents, and the media.