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- Al Lopez a.k.a. Al López: Alfonso Ramón "Al" López was an American catcher and manager in Major League Baseball. He played catcher for the Brooklyn Robins/Dodgers, Boston Bees, Pittsburgh Pirates and Cleveland Indians between 1928 and 1947. He was a manager for the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox from 1951 to 1965 and 1968 to 1969. His Spanish-American heritage and "gentlemanly nature" earned him the nickname "El Señor".
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- Al Lopez is the father of American football player Zachary Lopez.
- parent of Zachary Lopez
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"Al Lopez" is a book by Wes Singletary.
- also known as "Al Lopez: the life of baseball's El Señor"
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by David L. Porter
Al Lopez file, National Baseball Library, Coo- perstown, NY; Donald Honig, The Man in the Dugout (Lincoln, NE, 1995); Frank Graham, The Brooklyn ...
by Lyle Spatz
Al Lopez was a major-league catcher ...
by Frank R. Abate
TomYawkey HackWilson Warren Giles Larry MacPhail Addie Joss Al Lopez Amos Rusie Joe Sewell Roger Connor Cal Hubbard Fred Lindstrom Earl Averill Bucky Harris Billy Herman Jim Bottomley Jocko Conlan Sam Thompson Billy Evans ...
1992-1995 supplement for baseball, football, basketball, and other sports by David L. Porter
Manager Al Lopez (BB) needed an additional starter in May and turned to Peters, who soon settled into the rotation and became AL Rookie of the Year.
The Braves Encyclopedia (1995)
by Gary Caruso
Al Lopez and Danny MacFayden were sent to Pittsburgh, and Tony Cuccinello became a Giant. The turnover made little difference, since the team's record was nearly identical to the previous season's. Buddy Hassett, the Bees' steady-hitting ...
by Jim Hawkins, Dan Ewald, George Van Dusen
After failing to talk Al Lopez into taking the job, the Tigers startled the baseball world by signing Smith in October 1966. Mayo inherited a club on the brink of maturing into a powerhouse. The Tigers took the 1967 race to the last day of the ...
A Cyclopedic Reference to More Than 7,000 Words, Names, Phrases, and Slang Expressions that Define the Game, Its Heritage, Culture, and Variations by Paul Dickson
Catcher Al Lopez called for a changeup with a 3-2 count on Dick Wakefield, and Sewell threw the blooper. Sewell ...
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