Durocher

Durocher is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Eulalie Durocher (1811-1849), Canadian nun and candidate for sainthood
  • Jean-Baptiste Durocher
  • Joseph Marie Elisabeth Durocher
  • Leo Durocher
  • Marie Durocher, Brazilian doctor
  • Olivier Durocher, mayor of Ottawa
  • Olivier Durocher (Quebec politician)
This page or section lists people with the surname Durocher. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link.

Other articles related to "durocher":

Bob Fothergill - The "Fats" Fothergill Legend
... According to Baseball's Greatest Managers (1961), Leo Durocher, then an infielder with the Yankees, saw Fothergill at bat for the first time, called time and ... He continued, "Both those men can't bat at once!" The umpires ordered Durocher to return to his position and stop delaying the game ... But Fothergill was so angry he glared at Durocher and struck out on three pitches, chasing Durocher into the dugout at the end of the inning ...
Leo Durocher - Chicago Cubs
... Durocher returned to the managerial ranks in 1966 with the Chicago Cubs ... However, at his first press conference, Durocher formally announced an end to the experiment by saying “ If no announcement has been made about what my title is, I'm making it here and now ... At the same press conference, Durocher declared, "I am not the manager of an eighth place team." He was right the Cubs finished 10th and became the first team to finish behind ...
List Of Los Angeles Dodgers Managers - Managers
... Burleigh Grimes† 1937–1938 171..434 -1 !— -1 !— -1 !— -1 !— -1 !— 18 Durocher !Leo Durocher† 1939–1946 528..571 001 !1 001 !1 004 !4 001 !1 ...
Jean-Baptiste Durocher
... Jean-Baptiste Durocher (August 15, 1754 – July 8, 1811) was a businessman and political figure in Lower Canada ... Desrocher and the greatgrandson of Joseph Durocher, a merchant and tailor who came to New France from Angers, France ... In 1782, Durocher married Marie-Joseph, the daughter of Charles Curot she died in 1785 ...
Luke Hamlin
... Dodgers manager Leo Durocher lost faith in "Hot Potato," who had blown a number of leads over the 1941 season ... boss Larry MacPhail sent a messenger between games of a double header telling Durocher to start Hamlin in the second game, Durocher erupted in anger ... But Durocher complied with the boss's order and started Hamlin, who gave up 4 runs before getting an out and lasted only 2 innings ...