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  1. The Sizzler: George Sisler, Baseball's Forgotten Great by RICK HUHN, 2004-11-22
  2. Sisler on Baseball, a Manual for Players and Coaches by George Sisler, 1954
  3. George Sisler, Manolin's age, and Hemingway's use of baseball. (Ernest Hemingway): An article from: The Hemingway Review by Luis A. Losada, 1994-09-22
  4. Sisler on Baseball a Manual for Players and Coaches by George Sisler, 1954
  5. Sisler on baseball; a manual for players and coaches: With a foreword by Branch Rickey by George Sisler, 1954
  6. The knack of batting and how to select and care for your bat by George Sisler, 1934

21. George K. Sisler
Medal of Honor . SISLER, GEORGE K.* Rank and organization First Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1st
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Medal of Honor SISLER, GEORGE K.* Rank and organization: First Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1st Special Forces. Place and date: Republic of Vietnam. 7 February 1967. Entered service at: Dexter, Mo. Born: 19 September 1937, Dexter, Mo. Citation: This message was received on 28 May 2001: He was a very nice person, he was a good friend in high school. We ran around together and played football on the high school team. I liked him a lot. I ran into him at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas in the spring, or early summer of 1958 at base operations. He was waiting for a flight to return to his base. Jerry Hickam - General / Personal - Last name: SISLER First name: GEORGE KENTON Home of Record (official): DEXTER State (official): MO Date of Birth: Sunday, September 19, 1937 Sex: Male Race: Caucasian Marital Status: Married - Military - Branch: Army Rank: 1LT Serial Number: OF110068 Component: Regular Pay grade: O2 MOS (Military Occupational Specialty code): 31542 - Action - Start of Tour: Thursday, June 9, 1966

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26. George K. Sisler - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Sisler, George K. Alternative names Short description United States Army Medal of Honor recipient Date of birth September 19, 1937 Place of birth Dexter, Missouri
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search George Kenton Sisler September 19, 1937
First Lieutenant George Sisler Dexter, Missouri Republic of Vietnam Place of burial Dexter Cemetery Dexter, Missouri Allegiance United States of America Service/branch United States Army Rank First Lieutenant Unit 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1st Special Forces Battles/wars Vietnam War Awards Medal of Honor
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George Kenton Sisler (September 19, 1937–February 7, 1967) was a United States Army intelligence officer and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor —for his actions in the Vietnam War
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Sisler joined the Army from his birth city of Dexter, Missouri , and by February 7, 1967 was serving as a first lieutenant in the Headquarters and Headquarters Company of the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1st Special Forces. On that day, when his unit came under heavy enemy attack in the Republic of Vietnam , Sisler organized the defense, rescued a wounded soldier, and single-handedly attacked an enemy position before being mortally wounded. For his actions during the battle, he was awarded the Medal of Honor.

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Army Marines Navy Sisler, George K. Rank and organization: First Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1st Special Forces. Place and date: Republic of Vietnam. 7 February 1967. Entered service at: Dexter, Mo. Born: 19 September 1937, Dexter, Mo. Citation... For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life and above and beyond the call of duty. 1st Lt. Sisler was the platoon leader/adviser to a Special United States/Vietnam exploitation force. While on patrol deep within enemy dominated territory, 1st Lt. Sisler's platoon was attacked from 3 sides by a company sized enemy force. 1st Lt. Sisler quickly rallied his men, deployed them to a better defensive position, called for air strikes, and moved among his men to encourage and direct their efforts. Medal of Honor Recipients Americas Greatest Heroes More Heroes Tributes ... Information provided by Center of Military History
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32. CMOHS.org - First Lieutenant SISLER, GEORGE K., U.S. Army
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34. Sisler, George (Harold)
Sisler, George (Harold) (b. March 24, 1893, Manchester, Ohio, U.S.d. March 26, 1973, Richmond Heights, Mo.), American professional baseball player, considered by some the
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(b. March 24, 1893, Manchester, Ohio, U.S.d. March 26, 1973, Richmond Heights, Mo.), American professional baseball player, considered by some the greatest of all first basemen. As a student at the University of Michigan, Sisler excelled in baseball, football, and basketball. He entered the major leagues directly with the St. Louis Browns of the American League in 1915 and remained with them through 1927. He later played for Washington (1928) and the Boston Braves of the National League (1928-30). Before settling at first base, the left-handed Sisler pitched and played the outfield. He twice hit over .400 (.407 in 1920 and .420 in 1922) and attained a career average of .340. He set a major-league record with 257 hits in 1920. In 1922 he batted safely in 41 consecutive games, an American League record until 1941. He led the American League in stolen bases four years, stealing 51 in 1922. Ill health prevented Sisler from playing in 1923, when he was at his peak. Impaired vision, caused by sinus trouble, reduced his effectiveness thereafter, as did the burden of managing the Browns (1924-26). Nonetheless, he hit over .300 in all but one of his remaining seasons. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1939. Related Propaedia Topics: Recreation, sports and games

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36. George Sisler (American Athlete) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
George Sisler (American athlete), March 24, 1893Manchester, Ohio, U.S.March 26, 1973Richmond Heights, MissouriAmerican professional baseball player, considered by some the greatest
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Career Hitting Record Other Resources As a left-handed pitcher in high school, Sisler signed a minor-league contract that was to take effect on graduation day. However, he decided to attend the University of Michigan, where his coach was Branch Rickey. Sisler showed such promise as a college player that the Pittsburgh Pirates bought his contract. A lawyer and also a scout for the St. Louis Browns, Rickey had the contract voided because Sisler had been a minor at the team and didn't have parental consent. He then signed Sisler with the Browns and became the team's manager. Sisler went directly to the Browns in 1915 without playing any minor-league ball. He had a 4-4 record with a 2.83 ERA in 15 games as a pitcher and he also played 66 games at first base and in the outfield, batting .275. Rickey decided the 5-foot-11, 170-pound Sisler had more of a future as a hitter than as a pitcher and made him the team's starter at first base in 1916. Sisler became one of the greatest of all time, batting over .300 in 13 of his 15 seasons and twice hitting over .400. He was a very unusual kind of hitter, a free swinger with some power who could also make contact. He walked very few times and also struck out very few times. Sisler was also an excellent fielder with great range; he led AL first basemen in assists six times.

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