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Charles Dryden to John Joseph McGraw

When a mad dog, foaming at the mouth, ran across the field during a game at the Polo Grounds, Dryden quipped that the dog had been bitten by Giants' manager John McGraw, who was known for his fierce competitive spirit

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Charles Dryden to George Edward Waddell

, Dryden wrote about a "bleary-eyed" Rube Waddell leaving a saloon and jumping into the Delaware River to rescue what he believed to be a drowning woman. Dryden wrote: "With strong strokes he swam out to her, shouting words of encouragement the while. But when he tried to put his arms around her he found 'she' was just a big black log."

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Charles Dryden to William Randolph Hearst

In 1896, William Randolph Hearst hired Dryden as a writer for the New York Journal.

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Andrew Freedman to Charles Dryden

While working in New York, Dryden gained national fame as a result of a lengthy public quarrel with Andrew Freedman, the owner of the New York Giants.

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Andrew Freedman to Christopher Mathewson

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John Joseph McGraw to Andrew Freedman

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John Joseph McGraw to Roger P Bresnahan

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Roger P Bresnahan to Christopher Mathewson

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Roger P Bresnahan to Andrew Freedman

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Charles Dryden to Frank Leroy Chance

coined the nicknames "The Hitless Wonders" for the 1906 Chicago White Sox, Fred "Bonehead" Merkle, Frank "The Peerless Leader" Chance, and Charles "The Old Roman" Comiskey.

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Charles Dryden to Charles Albert Comiskey

coined the nicknames "The Hitless Wonders" for the 1906 Chicago White Sox, Fred "Bonehead" Merkle, Frank "The Peerless Leader" Chance, and Charles "The Old Roman" Comiskey. I

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Charles Dryden to Carl Frederick Rudolf Merkle

Dryden coined the nicknames "The Hitless Wonders" for the 1906 Chicago White Sox, Fred "Bonehead" Merkle, Frank "The Peerless Leader" Chance, and Charles "The Old Roman" Comiskey.

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Ring Lardner to Charles Dryden

When Ring Lardner was praised for his work as a baseball humorist, he replied, "Me, a humorist? Have you guys read any of Charley Dryden's stuff lately? He makes me look like a novice."

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Charles Dryden to J.G. Taylor Spink Award

1965

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Edward Wood to Edward Wood (1924)

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Edgar H Munzel to J.G. Taylor Spink Award

1978

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J.G. Taylor Spink Award to Jerome Holtzman (1926)

1989

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Richard Young to J.G. Taylor Spink Award

1978

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J.G. Taylor Spink Award to Robert W Broeg

1979

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J.G. Taylor Spink Award to Shirley Povich

1975

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