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Corcoran is an Irish surname. The original Gaelic version being Ó Corcráin meaning "descendant of Corcrán". The name itself is derived from corcair meaning "purple".
Lawrence J. Corcoran was an American pitcher in Major League Baseball. He was born in Brooklyn, New York.
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The 1982 season was the first year that the Minnesota Twins played at the Metrodome, which they would continue to play in until 2009. The team finished 60–102, seventh in the AL West. It was the first time the Twins lost more than 100 games since moving to Minnesota.
The 1988 Minnesota Twins finished at 91-71, second in the AL West. 3,030,672 fans attended Twins games, at the time, establishing a new major league record. Pitcher Allan Anderson had his most successful season in 1988, winning the American League ERA title at 2.45 and compiling a record of 16-9 in 30 starts.
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Timothy Michael Corcoran, is an American former professional baseball utility player who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Tigers (1977–1980), Minnesota Twins (1981), Philadelphia Phillies (1983–1985), and New York Mets (1986). Over the course of his 9-year big league career, Corcoran played at first base, outfield, and designated hitter.
The Surprise Saguaros are a baseball team that plays in the West Division of the Arizona Fall League. They play their home games at Surprise Stadium in the town of Surprise, Arizona.
The 1974 Detroit Tigers compiled a record of 72–90. They finished in last place in the American League East, 19 games behind the Baltimore Orioles. They were outscored by their opponents 768 to 620.
Timothy Craig Hulett, Jr. [Tug] is an American former professional baseball second baseman. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Seattle Mariners and the Kansas City Royals.
Michael Corcoran (1827–1863) was an Irish, American general in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
The Scottsdale Scorpions are a baseball team that plays in the East Division of the Arizona Fall League located in Scottsdale, Arizona. They play their home games at Scottsdale Stadium.
Timothy Robert Corcoran was an American Democratic Party politician who served from 1981 to 1995 in the Vermont House of Representatives. He resigned from the body in 1995 after being elected town clerk of Bennington, Vermont, a position he held until he died in 2014. His son, Timothy Corcoran II, has been a member of the House since 2002.
Peter Joseph Brady Sr. is an American labor leader and Democratic Party politician who served as a member of the Vermont House of Representatives. In May 1995, following state representative Timothy R. Corcoran's resignation to become Bennington town clerk, Governor Howard Dean appointed Brady, then a vice president of the Vermont Labor Council, to serve the remainder of Corcoran's term. He won election to a full term in 1996 alongside Republican Mary A. Morrissey.
Timothy Robert Corcoran II is an American politician. A member of the Democratic Party, he has served in the Vermont House of Representatives since being first elected in 2002. His father, Timothy R. Corcoran, served in the House from 1981 to 1995 and as Bennington town clerk from 1995 to 2014.