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At Home With Their Greatest Hits
... At Home with Their Greatest Hits is a Partridge Family album ... album was made in 1972 and contained all previous hits ...
Hits+ - Critical Reception
... Allmusic link Despite the commercial failure, Hits+ received positive reception from music critics, many praising it for its Deconstruction songs in a major compilation ... Minogue in early 2002 with the reissue of her Hits + album ... Hits + is perfect for any fan, but it's also a great retrospective for those eager fans who are beginning to discover the wild musical world of Kylie Minogue." ...
Summary of Baseball Cards - Donruss "King of Kings"
1986 Pete Rose, for breaking Ty Cobb's career hits record ... Eddie Murray, for becoming only the third player to reach both 3,000 hits and 500 home runs ...
Extra Base Hit
... In baseball, an extra base hit (EB, EBH or XBH), also known as a long hit, is any base hit on which the batter is able to advance past first base without the ... Extra base hits are often not listed separately in tables of baseball statistics, but are easily determined by calculating the sum total of a batter's doubles, triples, and home runs ... The record for most extra-base hits by one batter, in one game, is five, held by several different players, including Joe Adcock and Lou Boudreau ...
Classic Hits FM - History
... Classic Hits started in Auckland in 1987 when 1ZM (also known at the time as 1251ZM) changed music format to play "classic hits" music and branding was changed to Classic ... In 1989 Auckland's Classic Hits moved to FM, becoming Classic Hits 97FM ... The FM frequency was rebranded as Classic Hits FM, while the AM become Newstalk ZB ...

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