C361 Moe Drabowsky, relief pitcher w 6 ½ to win

Relief wins Game 1 of the Fall Classic

Myron Walter Drabowsky was as a baseball pitcher. He is best-remembered for throwing 6+2⁄3 scoreless innings of relief to win Game 1 of the 1966 World Series between the Baltimore Orioles and the Los Angeles Dodgers. He batted and threw right.  He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Braves, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Athletics, Baltimore Orioles, Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals, and Chicago White Sox.

Immigrant Success

Drabowsky was born in Ozanna, a small village in southeastern Poland to a Jewish family. They left before Hitler invaded in 1939 when he was four — good timing you have to admit.  Moe was a known practical joker. One that also made people laugh was his coming to the dugout with a Sporting News in one hand and and the Wall Street Journal in another.

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Jones #007, J. Donald Adams

New York Times Book Reviewer

James Donald Adams was a book reviewer for the New York Times and also the seventh entry, alphabetically listed, in the Jones 1000 1 Found only in the Sabian Symbols by Marc E. Jones

Originally I had the Jones charts interspersed with my own which was confusing. To solve two problems with one essay, I am now breaking them up with the Jones Charts as its post, in the classic Regiomontanus format. I chose this over the more modern Universal Regiomontanus because I do not think it is very popular: neither US based Kepler nor Australian Solar Fire, the two major software programs, have it. I only found the UR by accident in the New Zealand based Janus 5.

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    Found only in the Sabian Symbols by Marc E. Jones

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