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Mark Roth

Mark Roth (Bowling. Born, Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 10, 1951.)  One of the first of the hard-throwing, hard-cranking bowlers now  so typical of the Professional Bowlers Tour, Brooklyn’s Mark Roth was a dominant leader in the sport for more than two decades, winning 33 P.B.A. tournaments in a career that began in 1970.  During his first […]

Johnny Petraglia

Johnny Petraglia (Bowling.  Born, Brooklyn, NY, Mar. 3, 1947.)  At the beginning of his career, it seemed like anything but a career for Johnny Petraglia, who started bowling on the local lanes in his native Brooklyn.  At the age of 18, he decided to take a chance on the Professional Bowlers Tour and his first […]

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