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  1. My Ups and Downs in Baseball by Orlando; Einstein, Charles Cepeda, 1968
  2. My Ups and Downs in Baseball by Orlando Cepeda, 2000-01
  3. Baby Bull: From Hardball to Hard Time and Back by Orlando Cepeda, 1998-01-25
  4. High and Inside: Orlando Cepeda's Story by Orlando Cepeda, Mary Kelly, 1984-04
  5. The Orlando Cepeda Story by Bruce Markusen, 2001-09
  6. Major League Baseball Players From Puerto Rico: Roberto Clemente, Benito Santiago, Orlando Cepeda, Juan González, Iván Rodríguez
  7. Baseball's Greatest Players Today (American Sports Library) by Jack Orr, 1963

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22. Orlando Cepeda - SI Vault
Orlando Cepeda SI Vault lets you discover and explore all the articles, photographs and covers from Sports Illustrated history that featured Orlando Cepeda. Search the web for
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23. Bronx Public Records - Orlando Cepeda, Bronx NY
Name/AKAs Age City, State, Address Possible Relatives Birthday Phone Number 1. CEPEDA, ORLANDO M Associated names CEPADAJR, ORLANDO CEPEDA, ORLANDO
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24. Orlando Cepeda's 1999 Baseball Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony
Coverage of Orlando Cepeda's induction into the 1999 National Baseball Hall of Fame
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"Orlando Cepeda was one of the very best hitters in my years of baseball" Ted Williams, former Boston Red Sox slugger and member of the Hall of Fame. Related Info. Orlando "The Baby Bull" Cepeda Full bio with photos A look at Cepeda's plaque at the Baseball Hall of Fame Museum Editor's notes of the 1999 Baseball Hall of Fame weekend Audio Clip Cepeda speaks about being Puerto Rican Sunday, July 25th, 1999 In one of the largest crowds ever, the 1999 National Baseball Hall of Fame held its annual induction ceremony outside the Clark Sports Center in Cooperstown, NY and it was a big hit. Over 50,000 fans bared the scorching sun to watch and cheer the Class of '99 get inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The diverse crowd was restless and anxious to see those familiar faces of great players who dominated the game in the 60's and 70's. Before the commencement of the induction ceremony, the National Anthem of Puerto Rico "La Borinquea" was sang beautifully by the Dream Team Trio and the National Anthem of the United States was sang nicely by Patti LuPone. A very appropriate selection of anthems due to the large Hispanic contingency, including the Clemente family and Pedro Rosello (Governor of Puerto Rico).

25. Orlando Cepeda Statistics And History - Baseball-Reference.com
Orlando Cepeda. Orlando Manuel (Penne) Cepeda (Cha Cha and Baby Bull) Positions First Baseman and Leftfielder Bats Right, Throws Right Height 6' 2 , Weight 210 lb.
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Orlando Manuel (Penne) Cepeda (Cha Cha or Baby Bull) Positions : First Baseman and Leftfielder
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: Weight: 210 lb. Born September 17 in Ponce, P.R.
Signed by the New York Giants as an amateur free agent in 1955. All Transactions
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Inducted into the Hall of Fame by Veteran's Committee as Player in 1999.
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26. Open Site - Sports: Baseball: Players: C: Cepeda, Orlando
Name Year G AB H BA R 2B 3B HR RBI SO BB SB CS Giants 1958 148 603 188 0.312 88 38 4 25 96 84 29 15 11 Giants 1959 151 605 192 0.317 92 35
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27. HickokSports.com - Biography - Orlando Cepeda
This document is a biography of Baseball Hall of Fame first baseman Orlando Cepeda, with his complete career hitting statistics. It is a page in the biography section of
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Career Batting Record Cepeda's father, Pedro, was a big power hitter, Puerto Rico's version of Babe Ruth, nicknamed "Bull." Orlando became known as the "Baby Bull." The 6-foot-2, 210-pounder was a right-handed hitting first baseman who arrived in the major leagues with the NL's San Francisco Giants in 1958 and won the rookie of the year award by batting .312 with 25 home runs, 96 RBI, and a league-leading 38 doubles. After hitting 27 home runs in 1959 and 24 in 1960, Cepeda exploded in 1961, leading the league with 46 home runs and 142 RBI while batting .311. His great season was unfortunately overshadowed by the home run duel between Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris of the New York Yankees that culminated in Maris's hitting 61 home runs to break Babe Ruth's record. Cepeda hit more than 30 home runs and batted over .300 each of the next three seasons, but a knee injury limited him to 33 games in 1965 and he was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals early in the 1966 season. With St. Louis, Cepeda won the NL's most valuable player award in 1967, when he batted .325 with 25 home runs and a league-leading 111 RBI to help the Cardinals win the pennant. He hit only .107 with 1 RBI in the World Series, but St. Louis beat the Boston Red Sox in seven games.

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Orlando Cepeda is a former Major League Baseball first baseman. During a career that lasted sixteen years, he played with the San Francisco Giants (1958–66), St. Louis Cardinals (1966–68), Atlanta Braves (1969–72), Oakland Athletics (1972), Boston Red Sox (1973) and Kansas City Royals (1974). Cepeda would be selected to play in seven Major League Baseball All-Star Games during his career, becoming the first player from Puerto Rico to start one. In 1999, Cepeda was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee.Orlando Cepeda has hand signed this bat and has added the inscription, "HOF 99." An MAB Celebrity Services certificate of authenticity is included.
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29. CEPEDA, Orlando Statue At Giant's Stadium (AT&T Park) On The Embarcadero In San
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30. Orlando Cepeda: 1937—: Baseball Player Biography - Followed In Father's Footst
Orlando Cepeda 1937— Baseball player. The life of Orlando Cepeda was played out in two very different places. One was on the baseball field where he demolished the competition
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32. Sports: "Peruchín" Cepeda, Orlando
Professional baseball player. He was one of the first Puerto Rican baseball players to join the Major Leagues in the United States and was the second, after Roberto Clemente
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Orlando Cepeda (born September 17 ) is a former Major League Baseball first baseman and right-handed batter who played with the San Francisco Giants St. Louis Cardinals Atlanta Braves Oakland Athletics ... Boston Red Sox (1973) and Kansas City Royals Cepeda was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico . His father, slugger Pedro Cepeda , was a baseball legend in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean . Some called Cepeda the Babe Ruth of Latin America Latin America consists of the countries of South America and North America (including Central America and the islands of the Caribbean) whose inhabitants mostly speak Romance languages, although Native American languages are also spoken there. Most freque . Pedro's nicknames were Perucho and The Bull . Orlando became known as Peruchin and Little Bull In his first season in See also 1957 in sports, other events of 1958, 1959 in sports and the list of 'years in sports'. Auto Racing NASCAR Championship Lee Petty Indianapolis 500 Jimmy Bryan USAC Racing Tony Bettenhausen won the season championship Formula One Championship Mike

34. BAD | Award Winner Orlando Cepeda
ORLANDO CEPEDA 2001 Ernie Banks Positive Image Lifetime Achievement Award Winner. On July 25, 1999 Orlando Cepeda
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Orlando Cepeda was a lifetime .297 hitter with 379 home runs and 1,364 RBIs during his 17-year playing career with the Giants, Cardinals, Braves, both Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player. He is one of only four San Francisco Giants to have his uniform number retired joining former teammates Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, and Juan Marichal. …That it took so long for the "Baby Bull" to be recognized by Cooperstown was the only surprise. Baby Bull: From Hardball to Hard Time and Back The legacy he is leaving is an impressive one indeed. His commitment to community service includes credentials for a Humanitarian Hall of Fame. He is now recognized nationally for his humanitarian efforts as an ambassador for baseball and the San Francisco Giants. Each December, Orlando tours as part of the Giants Christmas Caravan visiting hospitals, schools and youth groups including the UC San Francisco Medical Center pediatric cancer ward. He is a participant in Athletes Against AIDS. He is also a public speaker for the Omega Boys and Girls Club, counseling at-risk children in the community.

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39. Orlando Cepeda (Puerto Rican Baseball Player) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Orlando Cepeda (Puerto Rican baseball player), Sept. 17, 1937Ponce, P.R.Puerto Rican professional baseball player who became one of the first new stars to emerge when major league
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40. Cepeda, Orlando 2001 Topps Archives No. 253 Of 450 (Reprint Of 1958 Topps No. 34
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