Blog Posts - Harmon Killebrew

Harmon Killebrew Legendary MLB Player Dead At 74

May 17, 2011 Harmon Killebrew Legendary MLB Player Dead At 74 Harmon Clayton Killebrew, Major League Baseball first baseman, third baseman, and left fielder has died after a battle with esophageal cancer. Killebrew, “known as much for his frien...
by Sickhop on May 17, 2011

Baseball Legend Harmon Killebrew Dies

Baseball legend and Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew passed away on Tuesday morning after a battle with esophageal cancer. Killebrew passed away in his Arizona home with his wife Nita and their family at his side. He was 74. Nicknamed “The Killer...
by Hollywood Collectibles Blog on May 17, 2011

Harmon Killebrew Passes Away at 74

Former Washington Senators star Harmon Killebrew died today in Scottsdale, Ariz., in the age of 74 soon after a battle with esphogeal cancer. Killebrew, who was drafted by and played two total seasons for that Washington Senators just before their tr...
by Free INFO on May 17, 2011

Twins Hall Of Fame Slugger Harmon Killebrew Dies From Cancer

Harmon Clayton Killebrew, also known as “Killer Killebrew” and Hammerin’ Harmon”, died earlier today after a bout with esophageal cancer. Killebrew announced his diagnosis in December before deciding to cease treatment on May...
by Los That Sports Blog. on May 17, 2011

Harmon Killebrew (1936-2011)

Killebrew: 573 HR, 1584 RBI, 1559 BB, 1283 R, 1969 AL MVP, 1984 Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee.Farewell to the GREAT Hall of Famer who was the inspiration behind the current major league logo.
by The Sports Cubicle on May 17, 2011

Best Wishes To The Great Harmon Killebrew

AP PhotosMinnesota Twins great and Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew has announced that he is giving up his fight against esophageal cancer. Killebrew released a statement through the Minnesota Twins and the Baseball Hall of Fame, which reads--"It is wi...
by The Sports Cubicle on May 14, 2011

Harmon Killebrew ends fight with Esophageal Cancer

Harmon Killebrew introduced Friday that he not strategies to battle his esophageal cancer and has settled in for the ultimate days of his existence, saddening friends and supporters with the 74-year-old Hall of Fame slugger. In a statement launched j...
by Free INFO on May 14, 2011

With Harper, Strasburg and Zimmerman, The Washington Nationals Now Have Three Franchise Players

Strasburg & Zimmerman By Thomas Boswell Washington Post Staff Writer Baseball fans can win two ways. Their team can be great. Or a player can be so sublime that his performance, year after year, almost every day for six months at a time, gives...
by StatFace on Aug 18, 2010

Reconstructing the MLB Hall of Fame: First base

The first base results are in and some of the results may surprise you. IN: Lou Gehrig- 100% Jimmie Foxx- 100% Pete Rose- 100% Capp Anson- 100% Roger Conor- 100% Jeff Bagwell- 100% Rod Carew- 100% Dan Brouthers- 100% Frank Thomas- 100% Eddie Murray-...

Jim Thome The Model Of Consistency Passes Harmon Killebrew On Home Run List

You would be hard pressed to find a person in baseball that has something bad to say about Jim Thome. The main reason is because he was a class act when he came into the Major Leagues and he has never lost that. That is rare in today's world of high...
by Baseball Blogging Network on Jul 4, 2010

Father’s Day Quotes

It’s father’s day today. And here are a set of father’s day qoutes that I really like. “A father is a guy who has snapshots in his wallet where his money used to be.” – Unknown “My father always told me, ‘F...
by reminiscing mom on Jun 20, 2010

Jugadores con potencial de estrellas en varios deportes – una difícil decisión (I)

El periodista Jonathan Mayo que escribe para la web de MLB, ha publicado un artículo donde comenta acerca de los casos de atletas que tienen potencial para más de un deporte, en este caso fútbol americano y béisbol, pero que puede ser extrapolado...
by Mi opinión deportiva on Aug 30, 2009

Todd Helton Has Some Juicy Questions to Answer

In 2000 Todd Helton hit 42 home runs and a career-high147 RBI. 2001 saw him hit a career-high 49 home runs and 146 RBI. In subsequent years his home run numbers have gone 30, 33, 32, 20, 15, 17, 7, and 11 in 2009. 2008 was the only year he did not pl...
by MLB Babble on Jul 23, 2009

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