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... Date Winner Result Loser Location 1933 October 15 New York Giants 56-0 Philadelphia Eagles Polo Grounds December 10 New York Giants 20-14 Philadelphia Eagles Baker Bowl 1934 October 28 New York ...
... the United States Congressional Baseball Game 1909 – 1926 Succeeded by Griffith Stadium Minnesota Twins Formerly the Washington Nationals and the Washington Senators · Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota (Twin ... Training Plant Field • Tinker Field · Hammond Stadium Culture Homer Hanky · Little Big League · Major League Back to the Minors · Continental League · "The Piranhas ... The Franchise Washington Senators Players Stadiums American League Park Manager Tim Jordan Head coaches Jack Hegarty Seasons 1921 Hall of Famers ...
... Shaw Stadium is a high school stadium in East Cleveland, Ohio ... Preceded by Cleveland Municipal Stadium League Park Home of the Cleveland Rams 1938 Succeeded by Cleveland Municipal Stadium Coordinates 41°32′27″N 81°34′59″W / 41.5 ... Seasons • Statistics • Starting Quarterbacks • Awards • Current Season Stadiums Cleveland Municipal Stadium • League Park • Shaw Stadium ...
Famous quotes containing the words stadium, philadelphia and/or municipal:
“Its no accident that of all the monuments left of the Greco- Roman culture the biggest is the ballpark, the Colosseum, the Yankee Stadium of ancient times.”
—Walter Wellesley (Red)
“It used to be said that, socially speaking, Philadelphia asked who a person is, New York how much is he worth, and Boston what does he know. Nationally it has now become generally recognized that Boston Society has long cared even more than Philadelphia about the first point and has refined the asking of who a person is to the point of demanding to know who he was. Philadelphia asks about a mans parents; Boston wants to know about his grandparents.”
—Cleveland Amory (b. 1917)
“No sane local official who has hung up an empty stocking over the municipal fireplace, is going to shoot Santa Claus just before a hard Christmas.”
—Alfred E. Smith (18731944)