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Extractions: Easton, Maryland Batted: Left Threw: MLB debut Last MLB appearance Career statistics Batting average Hits Home runs Runs batted in Teams As Player As Coach Career highlights and awards Harold Douglas Baines (born March 15, 1959 in Easton, Maryland ) is a former right fielder and designated hitter in Major League Baseball who played for five American League teams from 1980 to 2001. He is best known for his three stints with the Chicago White Sox , the team on which he now serves as coach . He ranked 7th in AL history in games played (2,830) and 10th in runs batted in (1,628) upon his retirement. Noted as well for his power hitting in clutch situations, he is tied for 7th in AL history in grand slams , 4th in 3-home run games and tied for 7th in major league history in walk-off home runs Baines batted over .300 eight times and hit .324 in 31 career postseason games, topping the .350 mark in five separate series. A six-time
Going, Going, Bronze: Baseball’s Statuesque Obsession The honoree was Harold Baines. Harold Baines? Nothing against Baines, mind you. He carried the White Sox offensively for much of the 1980s, a time when almost nobody else on the http://www.thisgreatgame.com/opinion9-08.html
Extractions: Posted August 31, 2008 In July, the Chicago White Sox honored one of their own with a new sculpture at U.S. Cellular Field. The honoree was Harold Baines. Harold Baines? Yet the White Sox, who have never been rich in baseball legends, have a thing for commissioning sculptures, so they had to honor somebody. And thus Baines became the seventh White Sox figure immortalized in bronze, standing proudly alongside other franchise legends...like Billy Pierce. What I found intrigued me. Most anyone who follows the game knows that statue). Players like White, Nuxhall and Horton might be legends on a local level, but could they have possibly been slam-dunk choices when the powers-that-be brainstormed over who they should immortalize next? Working from the context of fame and reputation, what makes the list of out-of-the-blue works of art like Baines and White all the more puzzling is when you consider the list of those who have no statues. Lefty Grove has nothing dedicated to him. Neither does Nap Lajoie. Nor Tris Speaker. Pete Alexander, with 373 wins in the books? Zip-nil-nada. While many new major league ballparks have jumped on the bronze bandwagon
Extractions: AUCTIONS Example of auction Baines, Harold Born in 1959 in Maryland, Harold Baines had a notably lengthy career in the MLB after being selected first overall in the 1977 amateur draft by the Chicago White Sox. Debuting in the major leagues with the Sox in 1980, Baines’ performance was called “gorgeous, absolutely complete” by baseball writer Bill James in 1984. In the same year (1984), Baines ended the longest game in major league baseball history with a home run; the bat he used is currently on display in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Baines continued to excel during the career that went on for more than two decades, during which time he played for the Sox, the Texas Rangers, the Oakland Athletics, the Baltimore Orioles, and the Cleveland Indians. During this time, he was named All-Star six times, he had won a Silver Slugger Award, and was a World Series champion (2005). There are no auctions currently scheduled for this athlete Athlete Bios Current Auctions by Athletes HOME ART AUCTIONS ... BLOG Quality Art Auctions, Inc - www.qart.com
Baines Is Instant Hit With Indians - Baltimore Sun The baseball hitting legend of Harold Baines keeps growing every day.It was first reported that Baines stepped to the plate just 40 minutes after arriving in Cleveland eight days http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1999-09-04/sports/9909040163_1_baines-harold-cl
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Harold Baines: Biography From Answers.com baseball player Personal Information Born Harold Douglass Baines, on March 15, 1959, in Easton, MD; married Marla Henry; children Antoinette, Britni, Harold, Jr., and http://www.answers.com/topic/harold-baines
Extractions: var isReferenceAnswers = true; BodyLoad('s'); On this page Library Black Biography: Home Library Black Biographies baseball player Personal Information Born Harold Douglass Baines, on March 15, 1959, in Easton, MD; married Marla Henry; children: Antoinette, Britni, Harold, Jr., and Courtney. Career Life's Work Harold Baines is considered a consummate Baltimore Orioles hitter , who combines his power-hitting skills with an uncanny ability to hit for average. He has also been named an American League All-Star six times in his career, the last in 1999, as a Baltimore Oriole. After an impressive spring training in Sarasota berth RBI catcher works a hitter ... " he explained to Sports Illustrated Two years later, Baines was a principal in one of the most historic trades in baseball history. Baines was sent to the Texas Rangers for Sammy Sosa At the time, the trade made sense for the Rangers to make, considering that Baines finished with the season with a .309 batting average, second only to Boston Red Sox third baseman Wade Boggs. At age 40, Baines was still an effective major-league hitter. In 1999 he managed 25 HRs and 103 RBI, as Baines spent the season playing for both the Baltimore Orioles and Cleveland Indians, which acquired him late in the season for its American League playoff run. The 2001 season was not exactly one for the ages for Baines, who played in just 32 games for the White Sox. His batting average slumped to a
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Extractions: Main Page See live article Alphabetical index Harold Baines March 15 -), was an excellent Major League Baseball hitter and slugger who played in the and . He began his career with the Chicago White Sox as the number-one pick in the draft in after being spotted earlier in life by Chicago White Sox owner Bill Veeck while playing little league ball at the age of 12. In , the 20-year-old became a regular on the team and began to produce in , when he had 165 hits, 25 home runs and 105 RBIs. He ended the longest game in Major League history (eight hours and six minutes over 25 innings) with his home run off of the Milwaukee Brewers ' Chuck Porter. That bat currently resides in the Baseball Hall of Fame In , a succession of knee problems began that would end his fielding career, forcing him to become a regular designated hitter . However, despite the knee ailments, he remained a powerful hitter, picking up 166 hits in Midway through the season, the Chicago White Sox traded Baines to the Texas Rangers in the infamous trade that included Sammy Sosa . In , Baines was traded to the Oakland Athletics , where he helped them reach the post-season, only to be swept by the Cincinnati Reds in the World Series . In , the Athletics returned to the playoffs only to lose to the Toronto Blue Jays in the ALCS Prior to the season, Baines was traded to the
WHEN IT BAINES HAROLD BOMB SOAKS WETTE Aug 13, 1996 CHICAGO The weather was warmer and the wind was calmer. Other than that, the setting and the subjects were identical. And the result was every bit as crushing for John http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/sports/1996/08/13/1996-08-13_when_it_baines_
Extractions: var tcdacmd="dt"; By JOHN GIANNONE Tuesday, August 13th 1996, 2:00AM CHICAGO The weather was warmer and the wind was calmer. Other than that, the setting and the subjects were identical. And the result was every bit as crushing for John Wetteland and the Yankees. Three months and two days ago, Wetteland surrendered a game-ending home run to Harold Baines at chilly Comiskey Park. Last night, Baines got Wetteland with a nasty case of deja blue. Baines, who has forged a career out of crushing fat fastballs, walloped a one-out solo home run to left-center in the 10th inning that gave the White Sox a 3-2 triumph over the Yanks. The homer, Baines' 19th, came on a belt-high, 2-and-2 fastball and just cleared the 375-foot sign on the Chicago bullpen. As Baines scampered around the bases and met a throng of teammates at home plate, Wetteland glanced at the slugger, dropped his head and paced slowly to the dugout. It was a scene stolen from May 11, when Baines rocked Wetteland for a game-winning, two-run homer in the ninth. And it climaxed a dismal final few innings in which the Yanks inexplicably ran themselves out of the game. "The thing I keep going over and over is I just didn't think he'd be ready for it," said Wetteland, who threw four off-speed pitches prior to the gopher ball. "I guess he was just sitting on it the whole time."
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Extractions: Harold Douglas Baines is a former right fielder and designated hitter in Major League Baseball who played for five American League teams from 1980 to 2001. He is best known for his three stints with the Chicago White Sox, the team on which he now serves as coach. He ranked 7th in AL history in games played and 10th in runs batted in upon his retirement. Noted as well for his power hitting in clutch situations, he is tied for 7th in AL history in grand slams , 4th in 3-home run games , and tied for 7th in major league history in walk-off home runs . Baines batted over .300 eight times and hit .324 in 31 career postseason games, topping the .350 mark in five separate series. A six-time All-Star, he led the AL in slugging average in 1984. He held the White Sox team record for career home runs from 1987 until Carlton Fisk passed him in 1990; his eventual total of 221 remains the club record for left-handed hitters, as do his 981 RBI and 585 extra base hits with the team.
Extractions: (Distributed in Grimsby, Scunthorpe) This notice has had 15 visitors and has 4 messages and one image BAINES HAROLD WILLIAM Former employee of Rugby Cement Peacefully, on April 11, aged 88 years, in the care of The Valleys (Care Home), loving and beloved husband of Dinah and the late Elsie and Iris, loving dad of William, Pauline and Chris, step-father of Pamela, Miriam and Steve, father-in-law, grandad, great grandad, great great grandad and a good friend to many. A service will be held at Woodlands Crematorium on Thursday, April 24 at 10.30am. Family flowers only, but if so desired, a donation may be made payable to Diabetes UK c/o Steven Wray, 11 Downing Crescent, Scunthorpe, DN16 3LS. Any enquires to Co-operative Funeralcare, 2 Bottesford Road, Scunthorpe. Telephone 01724 843150 Alert me to updates Email notice to a friend Share this notice Show All tributes Candles Diary entries Events Images Messages Slideshows Videos Update Start by entering your name Continue 2 years today grandad...
Extractions: refers to cited by ... NASA ADS what is this? Authors: Ellyn K. Baines Harold A. McAlister Theo A. ten Brummelaar J. Sturmann ... Stephen T. Ridgway (Submitted on 15 Jun 2009) Abstract: We directly measured the angular diameters for 11 exoplanet host stars using Georgia State University's CHARA Array interferometer and calculated their linear radii and effective temperatures. The sample tends towards evolving or evolved stars and includes one dwarf, four subgiants, and six giants. We then estimated masses and ages for the stars using our effective temperatures combined with metallicity measurements from the literature. Subjects: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (astro-ph.SR) Journal reference: Astrophys.J.701:154-162,2009