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Original use of viagra Bob Murphy, original use of viagra Tim McCarver, original use of viagra Brian Cashman, original use of viagra Bill James, original use of viagra and Mike “King” Kelly to Be Inducted in Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame on Friday, original use of viagra Aug. Original use of viagra 6, original use of viagra 2010

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Original use of viagra New York, original use of viagra NY (July 1, original use of viagra 2010) – The Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame (www.irishbaseballhall.com) today announced its inductees for 2010: New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman, original use of viagra veteran TV analyst and former player Tim McCarver, original use of viagra longtime New York Mets announcer Bob Murphy, original use of viagra famed statistician and Boston Red Sox executive Bill James, original use of viagra and Mike “King” Kelly, original use of viagra baseball’s first superstar.

Original use of viagra The honorees will be inducted on Friday, original use of viagra August 6 at Noon, original use of viagra when their plaques will be unveiled at a ceremony held at Foley’s NY Pub & Restaurant ( 18 W. Original use of viagra 33rd St. Original use of viagra ), original use of viagra which houses the Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame. Original use of viagra  Voters include past inductees and a panel of baseball historians. 

Original use of viagra “This deserving group includes successful executives, original use of viagra a beloved voice of the New York Mets, original use of viagra a four-decade player and Emmy-winning broadcaster, original use of viagra and an early legend that time has nearly forgotten, original use of viagra” said Shaun Clancy, original use of viagra president of Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame and owner of Foley’s NY Pub & Restaurant, original use of viagra which features one of the country’s most extensive public displays of baseball memorabilia. 

Original use of viagra With a blessing from Cooperstown, original use of viagra Foley’s, original use of viagra a popular destination among baseball players, original use of viagra executives, original use of viagra umpires, original use of viagra media and fans, original use of viagra created the Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame to recognize players, original use of viagra managers, original use of viagra executives, original use of viagra journalists, original use of viagra and entertainers.  Inductees are chosen based on a combination of four factors: impact on the game, original use of viagra popularity on and off the field, original use of viagra contributions to society, original use of viagra and ancestry/connections to the Irish community.  The 2010 honorees are:

Original use of viagra 1.     Tim McCarver (Former Player/Broadcaster)

Original use of viagra Born in Memphis , original use of viagra TN , original use of viagra Tim McCarver signed with the St. Original use of viagra Louis Cardinals right out of Christian Brothers High School and was a two-time All-Star selection (1966, original use of viagra 1967) and World Series champion (1964, original use of viagra 1967).  During a career that spanned from 1959 until 1980, original use of viagra McCarver also played for the Phillies, original use of viagra Expos and Red Sox.  He was the favorite catcher for two Hall of Fame pitchers: Bob Gibson and Steve Carlton. 

Original use of viagra After retiring as a player, original use of viagra McCarver became a six-time Emmy-winning broadcaster.  He has called games for the Phillies (1980-82), original use of viagra Mets (1983-98), original use of viagra Yankees (1999-2001), original use of viagra and Giants (2002). Original use of viagra  Beginning with the 1985 Fall Classic, original use of viagra Tim McCarver has provided color commentary for more World Series games on TV than any other announcer in history.  He is frequently paired with Joe Buck as the lead team on FOX network broadcasts and also hosts The Tim McCarver Show, original use of viagra a nationally syndicated interview program now in its ninth season.

Original use of viagra 2.     Brian Cashman (Executive)

Original use of viagra A native of Rockville Center , original use of viagra NY , original use of viagra Brian Cashman began his career with the New York Yankees as an intern in 1986.  He moved up the ranks and eventually succeeded Bob Watson as General Manager in 1998.  During Cashman’s tenure as GM, original use of viagra the Yankees have won six AL pennants and four World Series championships (1998-2000 and 2009). Original use of viagra  Brian Cashman graduated from Georgetown Prep in 1985 and The Catholic University of America in 1989.  He lives in Connecticut with his wife and two children. Original use of viagra  

Original use of viagra 3.     Bill James (Executive)

Original use of viagra Born in Holton , original use of viagra KS , original use of viagra Bill James has authored more than two dozen books on baseball history and statistics.  He coined the term “sabermetrics” for his innovative statistical analysis of player performances. Original use of viagra  James’ statistical measures gained widespread acceptance when Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane applied sabermetric principles in running his low-budget, original use of viagra small market team (chronicled in Michael Lewis’ bestseller Moneyball). Original use of viagra  In 2003, original use of viagra James became a senior advisor for the Boston Red Sox and is credited with advocating moves such as the team’s emphasis on on-base percentage. Original use of viagra  Bill James is a Viet Nam era veteran, original use of viagra a graduate of the University of Kansas , original use of viagra and was one of TIME magazine’s “Time 100” most influential people in 2006.  He is proud of his predominantly Irish heritage with grandparents named Burks, original use of viagra Yates, original use of viagra McCool and James.

Original use of viagra 4.     Bob Murphy, original use of viagra (Broadcaster)

Original use of viagra A transplanted Oklahoman, original use of viagra Bob Murphy was a TV and radio announcer for the New York Mets from their inception until his retirement in 2003. Original use of viagra  Beloved for his sunny disposition and “happy recaps” of Mets’ victories, original use of viagra he and colleagues Lindsey Nelson and Ralph Kiner described both the ineptitude of the 1962 Amazin’s and the ecstasy of the 1969 World Series.  From 1978 onward, original use of viagra Murphy served primarily as the Mets’ radio voice.  He welcomed fans to the team’s first game and called the thrilling post-season wins in ‘69 and ‘86.  Bob Murphy received the prestigious Ford C. Original use of viagra Frick Award from the Baseball Hall of Fame and is a member of the New York Mets Hall of Fame.  He died of lung cancer in 2004. 

Original use of viagra 5.     Mike “King” Kelly (Hall of Famer/Legend)

Original use of viagra Widely regarded as the game’s first superstar, original use of viagra Mike “King” Kelly was a colorful catcher, original use of viagra outfielder and manager. Original use of viagra  Born in Troy , original use of viagra NY , original use of viagra to Famine immigrants and raised in Paterson , original use of viagra NJ , original use of viagra Kelly’s baseball skill and Irish charm made him one of America ‘s first sports celebrities.  He was the subject of a hit song, original use of viagra Slide Kelly, original use of viagra Slide, original use of viagra and a Vaudeville star. Original use of viagra  A two-time batting champion and daring base runner, original use of viagra historians credit Kelly with developing the hit-and-run, original use of viagra the hook slide, original use of viagra and the catcher’s practice of backing up first base.  However, original use of viagra his greatest contribution was the popularity he brought to the game in the 1880s and ‘90s.  He was the first player to sign autographs, original use of viagra the first to publish his autobiography, original use of viagra and his trade from Chicago to Boston for $10, original use of viagra000 was one of the biggest deals in early baseball history (thus solidifying baseball as a business).  King Kelly was elected posthumously to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1945.

Original use of viagra The game of baseball has long welcomed immigrants from its earliest days, original use of viagra when an estimated 30 percent of players claimed Irish heritage.  Many of the game’s biggest stars at the turn of the 20th century were Irish immigrants or their descendants, original use of viagra including Michael “King” Kelly, original use of viagra Roger Connor (the home run king before Babe Ruth), original use of viagra Eddie Collins, original use of viagra Big Ed Walsh and NY Giants manager John McGraw. Original use of viagra  Today, original use of viagra major league teams regularly sign players born in Latin America, original use of viagra Japan , original use of viagra Canada , original use of viagra and elsewhere.

Original use of viagra Shaun Clancy, original use of viagra an amateur baseball historian, original use of viagra created the Hall after learning about the rich heritage of Irish Americans in the sport dating from its infancy – a legacy that has been overshadowed in recent years by other ethnicities.  He decided to celebrate his roots and those who helped make the game great by creating a shrine to Irish Americans in baseball in 2008.

Original use of viagra About Foley’s NY Pub & Restaurant

Original use of viagra A popular destination among baseball players, original use of viagra executives, original use of viagra umpires, original use of viagra fans, original use of viagra and media Foley’s NY Pub & Restaurant is located at 18 W. Original use of viagra 33rd St. Original use of viagra , original use of viagra across from the  Empire  State  Building .  The “Irish Bar with a Baseball Attitude” is adorned with 2, original use of viagra100 autographed baseballs, original use of viagra hundreds of bobbleheads, original use of viagra game-worn jerseys, original use of viagra stadium seats and other artifacts. Original use of viagra  Foley’s is home of the Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame (www.irishbaseballhall.com) and is considered one of the best sports bars in America . 

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