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  • Bob Feller promoted to glory

    12/15/2010 11:51:50 PM PST · by Varsity Flight · 42 replies · 2+ views
    self | self
    Wanted to pass on the great Bob Feller, and who served this country in honor during WWII, has passed.
  • Baseball Great Bob Feller has died

    12/15/2010 7:31:21 PM PST · by Keith in Iowa · 56 replies · 1+ views
    WHO-TV, Des Moines IA | 12/15/10 | Self
    WHO-TV in Des Moines is reporting that the "Van Meter Heater", Iowa's greatest-ever baseball player, Bob Feller has died in a Cleveland hospice at the age of 92
  • Bob Feller Battles Cancer; Tales of Rapid Robert Still Resonate

    09/02/2010 1:52:44 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 8 replies
    The Captain's Blog ^ | August 30, 2010 | williamnyy23
    Over the weekend, it was revealed that Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller has been undergoing treatment for leukemia. At 91, Feller is the third oldest living member of the Hall of Fame (behind Bobby Doerr and Lee McPhail, who are both 92)...
  • Bob Feller still has strong pitches (weighs in on baseball, Iraq, and Bush)

    03/17/2007 4:03:03 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 10 replies · 828+ views
    AP - Yahoo ^ | March 16, 2007 | Tom Withers
    ...Feller paused to discuss a variety of topics such as the war in Iraq, Pete Rose and former commissioner Bowie Kuhn...
  • Athletes Who Support President Bush

    09/07/2005 10:12:40 AM PDT · by jscottdavis_for_48th_district · 22 replies · 915+ views
    (Enter Link Here) Ann Coulter Fan Club, Yahoo Groups ^ | 07 SEPTEMBER 2005 | J. Scott Davis
    Please access the enclosed Ann Coulter link and view list of athletes who support President George W. Bush.
  • Media Views: Claiborne's "racist" label sparks controversy

    08/17/2005 9:40:40 AM PDT · by Irontank · 13 replies · 746+ views
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch ^ | August 13, 2005
    Last week, the Cardinals ended months of speculation and posturing by announcing that they will be moving their radio broadcasts from KMOX, where they have been since 1955, to KTRS - much to the consternation of many fans. This week, the controversy has moved to sports-talk radio station KFNS, as afternoon drive-time co-host Mike Claiborne had a contentious interview with Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller - with Feller hanging up after Claiborne called him a racist. Later, when discussing the incident, Claiborne used an expletive in describing Feller. Feller, 86, was on the show Wednesday, discussing his baseball career...
  • Statement by Baseball Hall-of-Famer and World War II Veteran Bob Feller

    07/05/2004 4:43:53 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 41 replies · 7,019+ views
    George W. Bush ^ | July 5, 2004
    GATES MILLS, OH - Baseball Hall-of-Famer and World War II veteran Bob Feller announced today his support for President Bush’s strong leadership: “While President Bush’s leadership in the War on Terror has made America’s veterans proud of our commander-in-chief, John Kerry's changing position shows he cannot be trusted with our safety and security. John Kerry voted to take action in Iraq, but later declared himself an anti-war candidate. Then, after saying it would be ‘irresponsible’ not to support our troops, he voted against the $87 billion to provide our troops with supplies like body armor. He explained that vote by...
  • Celebrities in the Armed Forces? Not These Days

    04/16/2003 2:11:31 PM PDT · by Incorrigible · 41 replies · 1,854+ views
    Newhouse News Service ^ | 4/16/03 | Michele Melendez
    Baseball legend Ted Williams, pictured here in 1953, was a fighter pilot in both the Korean War and World War II. (Photo courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum) GENERATIONSCelebrities in the Armed Forces? Not These DaysBY MICHELE M. MELENDEZ   More stories by Michele Melendez Actor Clark Gable joined the Army Air Corps in 1942 at age 41. (Photo courtesy of the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum)   Back when Clark Gable's Hollywood charm made girls swoon and Bob Feller's pitching prowess drove boys wild, celebrities became superheroes during wartime. Having the famous in the...