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Bill McCarthy

Bill McCarthy (College Baseball. Born, Holyoke, MA, Feb. 19, 1895; died, Palm Beach, FL, Apr. 15, 1986.) Bill McCarthy, a baseball coach who sent New York University teams to the College World Series and players to the major leagues, led the Violets for 40 seasons. McCarthy became the baseball coach at N.Y.U. in 1922, succeeding […]

Al Campanis

Al Campanis (Baseball.  Born, Kos, Greece, Nov. 2, 1916; died, Fullerton, CA, June 21, 1998.)  Born in the Dodecanese Islands of Greece, Alexander Sebastian Campanis emigrated to the U.S. with his family at age six.  Campanis was a natural all-around athlete.  He was a multi-sport standout at Manhattan’s George Washington H.S. and then matriculated at N.Y.U.  […]

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