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Please submit sites dealing with Eddie Gaedel.
Eddie Gaedel (1925-1961) was a 3'7" midget who went to the plate one time in his major league "career" as a member of the 1951 St. Louis Browns, wearing uniform number 1/8. After a long delay, he was allowed to remain as a batter and walked on four pitches. Gaedel was promptly removed for a pinch runner. The whole situation was a publicity stunt by owner Bill Veeck.
There is no sub-category for this player and I have two sites for him that were submitted
Sites on MLB Player Eric Gagne
Please submit sites pertaining to the life and work of Joe Garagiola as player, broadcaster, or person.
St. Louis-born Joseph Henry Garagiola (1926-) began his major league baseball career with the Cardinals in their championship year of 1946. After five seasons with the Cards, he played for the Pirates, Cubs, and Giants. He began broadcasting Cardinal games for KMOX radio in 1955 before moving to the Yankees. Garagiola also called games for NBC TV for twenty-seven years and also hosted the Today Show.
Sites dedicated to the Kansas City Royals rookie pitcher.
There is no existing category for this player and I have 1 site submitted for him
MLB player Jody Gerut
Sites dedicated to the Orioles rookie power hitter.
Websites dedicated to major league baseball player Benji Gil.
Websites dedicated to major league baseball player Brian Giles of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Sites dedicated to major league baseball player Marcus Giles.
Infielder Troy Glaus made his major league debut in 1998 and quickly established himself as the Angels' regular third baseman. In 2000 he hit 47 home runs and drove in 102 runs, both career highs.
Sites dedicated to Luis E. Gonzalez.
First baseman Mark Grace made his major league debut in 1988 with the Chicago Cubs. As of the 2000 season, he has remained with that organization his entire career. He has a career .308 batting average and has been named to the All-Star team three times.
Category for the Padres player & broadcast personality.
I had an URL submitted or him with no cateogry so I created one
Major League Baseball Player Zack Greinke
Sites dedicated to Kelly Gruber.
Infielder Mark Grudzielanek made his major league debut with the Montreal Expos in 1995. He was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1998. Primarily a second baseman, he has also played shortstop and third base.
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