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Opening day 2012 — worldwide

Claude Fischer, professor of sociology | April 4, 2012

In the first game of the 1911 World Series, all of the 18 starters were born in the USA. Just about every one of them carried a last name suggesting that his male ancestors came from the British Isles  – except perhaps Merkle and Herzog of the N.Y. Giants. (One could be misled. The Giants’ … Continue reading »