Remembering Ken Hubbs, Cubs Second Baseman

As a 20 year-old playing for the Chicago Cubs in 1962, Ken Hubbs hit .260/.299/.346 with five home runs and led the league, unhappily, in strikeouts and grounding into double plays. Ken, however, let his glove do the talking and ended up setting Major League records for consecutive errorless games (78) and chances (418) at... Continue Reading →

Roberto Clemente’s Widow Sues F.A.A. Following Fatal Plane Crash

Clemente v. United States, 567 F.2d 1140 (C.A.1 (Puerto Rico), 1977) cert. denied, 435 U.S. 1006, 98 S.Ct. 1876, 56 L.Ed.2d 388 (1978)Clemente v. United States, 422 F.Supp. 564 (D.P.R., 1976)The Fatal CrashRoberto Clemente was both a remarkable ballplayer and genuine folk hero.  As an outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Clemente was a perennial All-Star... Continue Reading →

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