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November 24, 2007

Box Scores-Baseball Championships (1945-1965)






























9 comments:

Anonymous said...

My father is Tex Jones from Coolidge. Love seeing these posts.

portlock1963 said...

My name is Jim Jenkins and I pitched in the high school championship game at Griffith Stadium in 1961. I went on to pitch with the Mets and played on three teams with Nolan Ryan

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Kent feddeman said...

I remember Jim Jenkins whose previous post I just read. He also played in the 1962 semi final game and went on to pitch for Maryland. Our paths crossed many times in high school and summer league ball. I pitched for Wilson from 1961-1963 and then briefly for east Carolina. Kent Feddeman, winning pitcher in both semi final and championship games in 1962. Those were wonderful times. Complete games with no pitch counts.

Anonymous said...

I was on the squad in '61, although did not get to play against Phelps or Anacostia. Sat on the dugout steps @ Griffith and chewed gum. Don't think Mr. Heintel cared for me that much but tough for him.
In the Phelps game, our SS Frank Williams (RIP) smashed a triple to left-center field, hit the wall on one hop. Not bad for a lefty batter though he threw righty.
Remember our home stadium right field fence, a ground rule double. Eastern's right field fence was a ground rule single. Pretty sweet!
Bilbo could thrown you out from center field, no question. Sleepy could hit big time, Ralph Conlon could pitch. Dear Bobby Cohen: sorry I spiked you in practice, did you get some stiches? Had to run down that pop-up, man; ws trying my best for Coach Heintel.
Memory fading, gotta split. Go COLTS!

Anonymous said...

I played for phelps in that game the colts beat us I played first base.

Anonymous said...

I played firstbase for phelps lost to Wilson one to nothing in championship game.

Anonymous said...

Hey Mr Jenkins played for phelps firstbase played against you many times you were one of the best.

Anonymous said...

My husband is Jimmy Lloyd who played center field for Eastern in the 1964 championship win over Anacostia.