1942 Boston Braves season

1942 Boston Braves

Major League affiliations

National League (since 1876)

Location

Braves Field (since 1915)

Boston, Massachusetts (since 1871)

Results

Record
59–89 (.399)

League place
7th

Other information

Owner(s)
J.A. Robert Quinn

Manager(s)
Casey Stengel

Local radio
WAAB
(Jim Britt)

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The 1942 Boston Braves season was the 72nd in franchise history.

Contents

1 Regular season

1.1 Season standings
1.2 Record vs. opponents
1.3 Roster

2 Player stats

2.1 Batting

2.1.1 Starters by position
2.1.2 Other batters

2.2 Pitching

2.2.1 Starting pitchers
2.2.2 Other pitchers
2.2.3 Relief pitchers

3 Farm system
4 Notes
5 References

Regular season[edit]

May 13, 1942: Jim Tobin of the Braves became the first Major League Baseball pitcher to hit three home runs in one game.[1]

Season standings[edit]

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National League
W
L
Pct.
GB
Home
Road

St. Louis Cardinals
106
48
0.688

60–17
46–31

Brooklyn Dodgers
104
50
0.675
2
57–22
47–28

New York Giants
85
67
0.559
20
47–31
38–36

Cincinnati Reds
76
76
0.500
29
38–39
38–37

Pittsburgh Pirates
66
81
0.449
36½
41–34
25–47

Chicago Cubs
68
86
0.442
38
36–41
32–45

Boston Braves
59
89
0.399
44
33–36
26–53

Philadelphia Phillies
42
109
0.278
62½
23–51
19–58

Record vs. opponents[edit]

1942 National League Records

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Sources:
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

Team
BOS
BR
CHC
CIN
NYG
PHI
PIT
STL

Boston

6–16
13–9
5–16–1
8–12
14–8
7–12–1
6–16

Brooklyn
16–6

16–6
15–7
14–8–1
18–4
16–6
9–13

Chicago
9–13
6–16

13–9
9–13–1
14–8
11–11
6–16

Cincinnati
16–5–1
7–15
9–13

9–13
16–6
12–9–1
7–15

New York
12–8
8–14–1
13–9–1
13–9

17–5
15–7
7–15

Philadelphia
8–14
4–18
8–14
6–16
5–17

6–13
5–17

Pittsburgh
12–7–1
6–16
11–11
9–12–1
7–15
13–6

8–14–2

St. Louis
16–6
13–9
16–6
15–7
15–7
17–5
14–8–2

Roster[edit]

1942 Boston Braves

Roster

Pitchers

20 George Diehl

21 Bill Donovan

26 Tom Earley

19 Dick Errickson

24 Jim Hickey

17 Johnny Hutchings

18 Al Javery

29 Art Johnson

24 Frank LaManna

28 Johnny Sain

23 Manny Salvo

16 Warren Spahn

22 Jim Tobin

27 Lou Tost

16 Lefty Wallace

Catchers

11 Clyde Kluttz

 5 Ernie Lombardi

10 Phil Masi

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Rick Cramer

Rick Cramer

— Golfer —

Personal information

Born
(1960-07-19) July 19, 1960 (age 56)
Independence, Kansas

Height
6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)

Weight
225 lb (102 kg; 16.1 st)

Nationality
 United States

Career

College
University of Colorado

Turned professional
1982

Former tour(s)
PGA Tour
Nationwide Tour

Professional wins
2

Number of wins by tour

Web.com Tour
1

Other
1

Best results in major championships

Masters Tournament
DNP

U.S. Open
CUT: 1985, 1993, 1995, 1997

The Open Championship
DNP

PGA Championship
DNP

Rick Cramer (born July 19, 1960) is an American professional golfer.
Cramer was born in Independence, Kansas. He played college golf at the University of Colorado[1] where he was a three-time All-American.[2]
Cramed played on the Nationwide Tour in 1990 and from 1996 to 2001. He won once, at the 1996 Nike Wichita Open, and scored a double eagle at the 1996 Nike Shreveport Open.[3] He played on the PGA Tour in 1986 where his best finish was T-37 at the 1986 Buick Open.
Cramer works for the Gateway Tour as the Arizona Series Tournament Director and Head Rules Official.[4]

Contents

1 Professional wins

1.1 Nationwide Tour wins
1.2 Other wins

2 References
3 External links

Professional wins[edit]
Nationwide Tour wins[edit]

1996 Nike Wichita Open

Other wins[edit]

1991 Arizona Open

References[edit]

^ “2009 Colorado Buffalos Men’s Golf Media Guide – CU Golfers and Colorado” (PDF). pp. 84, 90. Retrieved March 14, 2012. 
^ “2009 Colorado Buffalos Men’s Golf Media Guide – Colorado Honor Roll” (PDF). pp. 73,. Retrieved March 14, 2012. 
^ “Nationwide Tour Stats”. Double Eagle Club. Retrieved March 14, 2012. 
^ “Gateway Pro Tour Staff”. Retrieved March 14, 2012. 

External links[edit]

Rick Cramer at the PGA Tour official site

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Yeray Patiño

Yeray

Personal information

Full name
Yeray Patiño Blasco

Date of birth
(1991-05-19) 19 May 1991 (age 25)

Place of birth
Elche, Spain

Height
1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)

Playing position
Midfielder

Club information

Current team

Lincoln Red Imps

Youth career

2002–2010
Elche

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

2010–2014
Elche B
121
(15)

2012
Elche
1
(0)

2014–2015
La Nucía
39
(6)

2015–
Lincoln Red Imps
0
(0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16 May 2015.

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Patiño and the second or maternal family name is Blasco.
Yeray Patiño Blasco (born 19 May 1991), simply known as Yeray, is a Spanish footballer who plays for the Gibraltarian club Lincoln Red Imps F.C. as a midfielder.
Football career[edit]
Born in Elche, Alicante, Valencian Community, Yeray was a product of Elche CF’s youth system and played his first senior games with the reserves in the 2010–11 season. On 16 May 2012, he made his professional debut, playing the last 15 minutes of a 1–3 away loss against AD Alcorcón in the Segunda División championship.[1] He finished the 2012–13 season scoring 14 goals (3 only in promotion play-offs) in 41 appearances with the B-side, being promoted to Segunda División B.
In July 2013, after lengthy negotiations,[2] Yeray signed a new two-year deal with the Valencians.[3] He rescinded his link on 16 July in the following year,[4] and subsequently joined CF La Nucía in Tercera División.
On 23 August 2015, Yeray moved to the Gibraltarian club Lincoln Red Imps F.C..[5]
References[edit]

^ “Un triplete de Quini sitúa al Alcorcón cuarto” (A hat-trick from Quini leaves Alcorcón in fourth); Marca, 16 May 2012 (Spanish)
^ “Yeray Patiño espera la propuesta de renovación para seguir en el Ilicitano” (Yeray Patiño awaits for proposal of renovation to remain in Ilicitano); La Verdad, 14 June 2013 (Spanish)
^ “El centrocampista Sergio Mantecón debutará por fin en Primera División” (Central midfielder Sergio Mantecón will finally debut in Primera División); La Verdad, 14 July 2013 (Spanish)
^ “El Elche C.F. rescinde el contrato de Yeray” (Elche C.F. rescinds Yeray’s contract); Elche’s official website, 16 July 2014 (Spanish)
^ “Ex Elche Midfielder, Yeray commits his future to Lincoln Red Imps”; Lincoln’s official website, 23 August 2015

External links[edit]

Yeray
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Interstate 44 in Texas

This article is about the section of Interstate 44 in Texas. For the entire route, see Interstate 44.

Interstate 44

Route information

Maintained by TxDOT

Length:
14.77 mi[2] (23.77 km)

Existed:
1982[1] – present

Major junctions

West end:
US 82 / US 277 / US 281 / US 287 in Wichita Falls

 
US 287 in Wichita Falls

East end:
I‑44 / US-277 / US-281 at Oklahoma state line

Highway system

Interstate Highway System

Main
Auxiliary
Suffixed
Business

Highways in Texas

Interstate
US
State
Toll

Loops
Spurs
FM/RM
Park
Rec

← SH 43

SH 44 →

In the U.S. state of Texas, Interstate 44 has a short but regionally important 14.77-mile (23.77 km) stretch, connecting Wichita Falls with Oklahoma. Its entire length is concurrent with U.S. Highway 277 and U.S. Highway 281. I-44 provides access to downtown Wichita Falls and Sheppard Air Force Base. The Interstate 44, US-277, US-281, US-287 concurrency is known as “Central Freeway” throughout the city. For example, I-44 East is known as “Central Freeway East.”

Contents

1 Route description
2 History
3 Exit list
4 References

Route description[edit]
I-44 begins near exit 1 in Wichita Falls concurrent with US 277, US 281 and US 287. US 281 and US 287 continue to the south while US 277 leaves the concurrency at exit 1, which also provides access to US 82. I-44 heads north through Wichita Falls to an interchange with US 287 and Spur 325. US 287 leaves the concurrency as a freeway to the west while Spur 325 leaves the interchange towards the northeast providing access to Sheppard Air Force Base and Wichita Falls Municipal Airport. I-44 continues to the north as it leaves the Wichita Falls city limits at Bacon Switch Road. The freeway enters the Burkburnett city limits south of an interchange at FM 3429. Heading north through the city, I-44 has interchanges with SH 240 and Spur 383. After passing Spur 383, I-44 begins to head towards the northeast before its final interchange in Texas at Loop 267. I-44 leaves the state of Texas at its crossing of the Red River and enters Oklahoma.[3]
History[edit]
Interstate 44 was signed south from Oklahoma City past I-40, along the H. E. Bailey Turnpike, in 1982. This expanded the interstate by some 100 miles to Texas. This additional signage included the Red River Expressway in Burkburnett and the Central Freeway in Wichita Falls, to 8th street (being concurrent with US 277
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Eupithecia jejunata

Eupithecia jejunata

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Geometridae

Genus:
Eupithecia

Species:
E. jejunata

Binomial name

Eupithecia jejunata
McDunnough, 1949[1][2]

Eupithecia jejunata is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in North America, from eastern Texas, north into Arkansas and Missouri, east through Louisiana and Mississippi to Florida and north to coastal North Carolina.[3]
The forewings are grey with an indistinct pattern. The hindwings are concolorous with or slightly paler than the forewings. Adults are on wing from February to mid May. There can be a partial second generation.[4]
References[edit]

^ Taxapad
^ mothphotographersgroup
^ Rindge, F.H., 1963: Notes on and descriptions of North American Eupithecia (Lepidoptera, Geometridae). American Museum novitates 2147: 1-23. Full article: [1].
^ The Eupithecia (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) of Mississippi and Louisiana

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Mazinho Oliveira

For the 1994 World Cup winner, see Mazinho

Mazinho

Personal information

Full name
Waldemar Aureliano de Oliveira Filho

Date of birth
(1965-12-26) 26 December 1965 (age 51)

Place of birth
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Height
1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

Playing position
Forward

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1985–1988
Santos
9
(0)

1989
Atlético Paranaense
11
(2)

1990–1991
Bragantino
33
(8)

1991–1995
Bayern Munich
49
(11)

1994
→ Internacional (loan)
9
(2)

1995
Flamengo
26
(10)

1995–1999
Kashima Antlers
100
(52)

2000
Kawasaki Frontale
8
(1)

2001
Bragantino

National team

1990–1991
Brazil
10
(2)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Waldemar Aureliano de Oliveira Filho, usually known as Mazinho (born 26 December 1965 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), is a retired Brazilian footballer.[1]
Club statistics[edit]

Club performance
League
Cup
Other
Total

Season
Club
League
Apps
Goals
Apps
Goals
Apps
Goals
Apps
Goals

Brazil
League
Copa do Brasil
League Cup
Total

1985
Santos
Série A
6
0

6
0

1986
3
0

3
0

1987
0
0

0
0

1988
0
0

0
0

1989
Atlético Paranaense
Série A
11
3

11
3

1990
Bragantino
Série A
12
2

12
2

1991
21
6

21
6

Germany
League
DFB-Pokal
Europe
Total

1991–92
Bayern Munich
Bundesliga
28
8
1
2
4
2
33
12

1992–93
17
3
2
2

19
5

1993–94
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

Brazil
League
Copa do Brasil
League Cup
Total

1994
Internacional
Série A
9
2

9
2

Germany
League
DFB-Pokal
Europe
Total

1994–95
Bayern Munich
Bundesliga
3
0
0
0
1
0
4
0

Brazil
League
Copa do Brasil
League Cup
Total

1995
Flamengo
Série A
0
0

0
0

Japan
League
Emperor’s Cup
J. League Cup
Total

1995
Kashima Antlers
J1 League
9
4
2
2

11
6

1996
19
11
3
3
13
2
35
16

1997
31
22
5
7
12
6
48
35

1998
24
9
4
1
4
2
32
12

1999
17
6
2
0
1
0
20
6

2000
Kawasaki Frontale
J1 League
8
1
0
0
1
1
9
2

Brazil
League
Copa do Brasil
League Cup
Total

2001
Bragantino
Série B
0
0

0
0

Country
Brazil
62
13

62
13

Germany
49
11
3
4
5
2
57
17

Japan
108
53
16
13
31
11
155
77

Total
219
77
16
13
31
11
266
101

National team statistics[edit]
[2]

Brazil national team

Year
Apps
Goals

1990
1
0

1991
9
2

Total
10
2

References[edit]

^ “Mazinho”. worldfootball.net. Retrieved 11 August 2012. 
^ Mazinho Oliveira at National-Football-Teams.com

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Brazil squad – 1991 Copa América Runners-up

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Mónica Miguel

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Mónica Miguel is a Mexican actress, director and singer, born in Tepic, Nayarit in 1936.
Passionate about the arts and especially the theater, she would attend the occasional stage plays that came to Tepic. She joined a performance troupe that was supported by the local administration, but that support came to an end when the administration changed hands.
In pursuit of her artistic dreams on the stage, she traveled to Mexico City. She studied theater at the academy of the Asociación Nacional de Actores. Encouraged by colleagues, she traveled to Japan and then Italy, where she worked in film, theater, and television. There she recorded her first album. Her eight-year stay in Rome gave her maturity as a human being and as an artist. She gave recitals in Greece, Cyprus, and England.
After her return to Mexico, for her performances at the Insurgentes theater, in the works Vine, ví y mejor me fuí and La maestra bebe un poco, she received an award from the Unión de cronistas de Teatro (Union of Theater Critics). In 1981 she performed in “The Merry Wives of Widsor” together with Alfredo Sevilla, Tara Parra Chela Nájera among others. In 1981, the Mexican Association of Theater Critics named her best actress and singer for her performance in Man of La Mancha.
In 1986, she received the María Tereza Montoya and Virginia Fábregas prizes for her acting in Aire frío.
Since 1988, she has directed many popular, internationally distributed soap operas. This work has earned her prizes from the Herald and New York Latin ACE Award. A promoter of the arts of her homeland, she promotes and supports the artistic and cultural values of her fellow countrymen. Member of ANDA (National Actors Association of Mexico)
Telenovelas[edit]

La tempestad (2013) – Madre Eusebia
La Fuerza del Destino (telenovela) (2011) – Sanadora Seri
Sortilegio (2009) – Maya San Juan
Alborada (2005) – Modesta
La casa en la playa (2000) – María Estrada
María Isabel (1997) – Chona
Lazos de amor (1995) – Chole
Más allá del puente (199
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Saugus, Massachusetts

“Saugus” redirects here. For other uses, see Saugus (disambiguation).

Saugus, Massachusetts

Town

Saugus Town Hall

Seal

Location in Essex County in Massachusetts

Coordinates: 42°27′53″N 71°00′38″W / 42.46472°N 71.01056°W / 42.46472; -71.01056Coordinates: 42°27′53″N 71°00′38″W / 42.46472°N 71.01056°W / 42.46472; -71.01056

Country
United States

State
Massachusetts

County
Essex

Settled
1629

Incorporated
1815

Government

 • Type
Town Manager–Board of Selectmen/Representative town meeting

 • Town Manager
Scott Crabtree

 • Board of Selectmen
Debra Panetta
Scott Brazis
Jennifer D’Eon
Jeffrey Cicolini
Mark Mitchell

Area

 • Total
11.8 sq mi (30.6 km2)

 • Land
10.8 sq mi (28.0 km2)

 • Water
1.0 sq mi (2.6 km2)

Elevation
21 ft (6 m)

Population (2010)

 • Total
26,628

 • Density
2,300/sq mi (870/km2)

Time zone
Eastern (UTC-5)

 • Summer (DST)
Eastern (UTC-4)

ZIP code
01906

Area code(s)
339 / 781

FIPS code
25-60015

GNIS feature ID
0619454

Website
Town of Saugus, Official Web Site

Saugus is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. The population was 26,628 at the 2010 census.[1]

Contents

1 History
2 Geography and transportation
3 Demographics
4 Government

4.1 Town manager
4.2 Board of Selectmen
4.3 School committee
4.4 Town Meeting

5 Media
6 Points of interest
7 Notable people
8 Movies and television shows filmed in Saugus
9 References
10 External links

History[edit]
Saugus was first settled in 1629. Saugus is an Native American (Algonquin) name believed to mean “great” or “extended”. In 1637, the territory known as Saugus (which also contained the present day cities and towns of Swampscott, Nahant, Lynn, Lynnfield, Reading, and Wakefield) was renamed Lin or Lynn, after King’s Lynn in Norfolk, England.[2]
In 1646, the Saugus Iron Works, then called Hammersmith, began operations. It was the first integrated iron works in North America as well as one of the most technologically advanced in the world. The Iron Works produced over one ton of iron a day, but was not financially successful. It closed around 1670.[3]
In September 1687, Major Samuel Appleton was said to have given a speech from a rocky cliff near the Iron Works denouncing the tyranny o
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