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Swiss oats a111 On Tuesday June 14th at 12 Noon, swiss oats a111 The Irish-American Baseball Hall of Fame will induct Nolan Ryan, swiss oats a111 John McGraw, swiss oats a111 Big Ed Walsh, swiss oats a111 Gene Monahan, swiss oats a111 Steve Donohue and Terry Cashman at Foley’s NY (18 W 33rd St) Here are the bio’s for the newest inductees:

  1. Nolan Ryan (Current Living Ex-Players)

Swiss oats a111 Among the most dominating right handers in Major League history and known as the “Ryan Express, swiss oats a111” Nolan Ryan is baseball’s all-time strikeout king (5, swiss oats a111714).  He holds numerous records including seasons played (27), swiss oats a111 no hitters (7), swiss oats a111 and strikeouts in a season (383). Swiss oats a111 During his storied career, swiss oats a111 Ryan recorded 324 wins for the Mets, swiss oats a111 Angels, swiss oats a111 Astros and Rangers.  He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 1999 and was a member of MLB’s “All-Century Team.”  Ryan played a key role for the 1969 New York Mets by recording a 2 1/3 inning save in Game 3 of the World Series.  He is currently part owner and team president of the Texas Rangers.

  1. Big Ed Walsh (Hall of Famers and Legends)

Swiss oats a111 One of the top pitchers of the early 20th century, swiss oats a111 Big Ed Walsh is baseball’s all-time ERA leader (1.82).  In 1908, swiss oats a111 he had one of the greatest seasons in history, swiss oats a111 winning 40 games and posting an ERA of 1.42.  Born in Plains Township, swiss oats a111 PA, swiss oats a111 Walsh had four 20-win seasons, swiss oats a111 six sub-2.00 ERA seasons, swiss oats a111 and was a World Series champion with the Chicago White Sox in 1906. Swiss oats a111 He owns the second-best WHIP (1.00) in Major League history, swiss oats a111 compiled a win–loss record of 195–126, swiss oats a111 and recorded 1, swiss oats a111735 strikeouts primarily for the White Sox.  He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 1946.  A meteoric star of the “Dead Ball” era, swiss oats a111 Big Ed Walsh is the quintessential great but overlooked Irish American in the game of baseball.

Swiss oats a111 3.   John McGraw (Hall of Famers and Legends)

Swiss oats a111 With his 2, swiss oats a111763 managerial victories, swiss oats a111 John McGraw ranks second only to the legendary Connie Mack in Major League history.  A dominant figure in early baseball, swiss oats a111 he led the New York Giants for 31 years, swiss oats a111 winning 10 pennants and three World Series.  McGraw managed in both the first World Series and the inaugural All Star Game in 1933.  He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 1947.  John McGraw was also an exceptional player who hit .334 lifetime and stole 436 bases.

Swiss oats a111 4.   Gene Monahan/Steve Donohue (Trainers)

Swiss oats a111 Long time New York Yankee trainers Gene Monahan and Steve Donohue have attended to numerous World Series teams.  They were named MLB’s best trainers by the Professional Athletic Trainer Society in 2010.  Monahan, swiss oats a111 who is proud of his Irish roots, swiss oats a111 is a throat cancer survivor and is one of three employees to span the entire length of George Steinbrenner’s ownership.  Earlier this year, swiss oats a111 he announced his retirement at the end of the 2011 baseball season.  Donohue, swiss oats a111 whose ancestors hailed from Cork and Wexford, swiss oats a111 has been part of Yankees’ training staff since 1986.

Swiss oats a111 5.   Terry Cashman (Entertainers)

Swiss oats a111 Terry Cashman is best known for his hit song Talkin’ Baseball, swiss oats a111 which was inspired by a photograph he saw of 1950s icons Willie Mays, swiss oats a111 Mickey Mantle and Duke Snider.  The song struck a chord with fans during the 1981 baseball strike and has grown in popularity ever since.  Over the years, swiss oats a111 Cashman has revised the lyrics of Talkin’ Baseball to accommodate every Major League team’s history.  Now widely known as “The Balladeer of Baseball, swiss oats a111” Cashman played for the Detroit Tiger organization during the early 1960s. Swiss oats a111 Born Dennis Minogue in New York City, swiss oats a111 Terry Cashman’s Irish roots are in Co. Swiss oats a111 Clare.

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