|Born:September 15, 1906|
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
|Died: August 6, 1983 76) (aged|
Rhinebeck, New York
|September 22, 1932, for the New York Giants|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 22, 1932, for the New York Giants|
John Martin "Tip" Tobin (September 15,1906 – August 6,1983) was a pinch hitter for the New York Giants baseball team in 1932.
Brooks Calbert Robinson Jr. is an American former professional baseball player. He played for the Baltimore Orioles for 23 seasons (1955–1977),the longest career spent with a single team in Major League Baseball (MLB) history. Robinson batted and threw right-handed. Nicknamed "The Human Vacuum Cleaner" or "Mr. Hoover",he is considered the greatest defensive third baseman in major league history.
Braves Field was a baseball park located in Boston,Massachusetts. Today the site is home to Nickerson Field on the campus of Boston University. The stadium was home of the Boston Braves of the National League from 1915 to 1952,prior to the Braves' move to Milwaukee in 1953. The stadium hosted the 1936 Major League Baseball All-Star Game and Braves home games during the 1948 World Series. The Boston Red Sox used Braves Field for their home games in the 1915 and 1916 World Series since the stadium had a larger seating capacity than Fenway Park. Braves Field was the site of Babe Ruth's final season,playing for the Braves in 1935. From 1929 to 1932,the Boston Red Sox played select regular season games periodically at Braves Field. On May 1,1920,Braves Field hosted the longest major league baseball game in history –26 innings,which eventually ended in a 1–1 tie.
In the sports of baseball and softball,a batted ball is a pitch that has been contacted by the batter's bat. Depending on where the ball lands,a batted ball can become either a fair ball or a foul ball. If a batted ball is a fair ball,fielders attempt to get the batter out. A foul ball is assessed as a strike unless the batter has already accumulated two strikes,in which case the number of strikes does not increase. Batted balls are also classified by their trajectory. The most common of these trajectory-based classifications are fly balls,line drives,and ground balls.
The Tip O'Neill Award is given annually to a Canadian baseball player who is "judged to have excelled in individual achievement and team contribution while adhering to the highest ideals of the game of baseball." The award was created by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and first presented in 1984. It is named after James "Tip" O'Neill,one of the earliest Canadian stars in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Joseph Henry Tobin Jr.,known professionally as Tobin Bell,is an American actor,best known for his portrayal of John Kramer / Jigsaw,the central character of the Saw franchise. He appears in the first eight films in the series,and also voices the character in the two video game adaptations,Saw (2009) and Saw II:Flesh &Blood (2010). His portrayal of Jigsaw has earned him five award nominations and two wins.
James Edward "Tip" O'Neill was a Canadian professional baseball player from approximately 1875 to 1892. He began playing organized baseball in Woodstock,Ontario,Canada,and later played ten seasons in Major League Baseball,principally as a left fielder,but also as a pitcher,for four major league clubs.
John Tobin may refer to:
Philip Samuel Masi was an American professional baseball player. From 1939 though 1952,he played in Major League Baseball as a catcher for the Boston Braves (1939–1949),Pittsburgh Pirates (1949) and Chicago White Sox (1950–1952). Although he was known for being one of the best defensive catchers of his era,Masi was notable for his involvement in a controversial play that occurred during the 1948 World Series between the Boston Braves and the Cleveland Indians.
John Thomas "Jack" Tobin was an American right fielder in Major League Baseball. He played in the Federal League (FL) for the St. Louis Terriers (1914–1915),and for the St. Louis Browns,Washington Senators (1926),and Boston Red Sox (1926–1927) of the American League (AL). He led the FL in hits in 1915,and he led the AL in triples in 1921.
Guy Jackson Hecker was an American pitcher in Major League Baseball. He was born in Youngsville,Pennsylvania. His debut game took place on May 2,1882. His final game took place on September 30,1890. During his career he played for the Louisville Eclipse/Colonels and Pittsburgh Alleghenys. Hecker is considered by some baseball historians to be the best combination pitcher and hitter to play in the 19th century. He remains as one of the only two pitchers in major League history to hit three home runs in one game,alongside Jim Tobin,and the only pitcher to win a batting title. In addition,he is the only pitcher in baseball history to get six hits in a nine-inning game.
Tonics and Twisted Chasers is a Guided by Voices album,initially released as a 19-track limited-edition fanclub-only vinyl LP in 1996. The following year,it was released in a limited CD edition,with five additional tracks. The album was primarily recorded by principal songwriters Robert Pollard and Tobin Sprout.
Clyde Mitchell Shoun was an American professional baseball player. A left-handed pitcher,he was born in Mountain City,Tennessee,and known as "Hardrock",due to his fastball. He was the younger brother of professional basketball player Slim Shoun.
James Anthony Tobin,known as "Abba Dabba",was a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball with the Pittsburgh Pirates,Boston Bees/Braves and Detroit Tigers from 1937 to 1945. With the Boston Braves in 1944,he pitched two no-hitters,although one of them was five innings,which was considered a no-hitter until 1991 when the MLB officially defined a no-hitter as having to be nine innings or longer.
John Patrick Tobin was an American professional baseball player who appeared in 84 games,primarily as a third baseman,during his one season in Major League Baseball for the 1945 Boston Red Sox. Born in Oakland,California,he batted left-handed,threw right-handed,and was listed as 6 feet (1.8 m) tall and 165 pounds (75 kg). His brother Jim was a major league pitcher from 1937 to 1945.
The 1942 Boston Braves season was the 72nd in franchise history.
The Troy Trojans were a professional baseball team that played in the National League from 1879 to 1882. During their four seasons in existence,the team had a record of 134-191.
Mason Reed Tobin is an American former professional baseball pitcher. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Texas Rangers in 2011.
The Lufkin Lumbermen were a minor league baseball team that played in the East Texas League in 1916 and the West Dixie League in 1934. It was based in Lufkin,Texas and the 1916 squad was the first known professional team to come from that city.