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Ed Delahanty

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Sleep Disturbances in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Updated Review and
5th ed. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing; 2013. Giosan C, Malta LS, Wyka K, et al.
Court overturns death sentence in brutal 1991 burglary-murders in Chandler
Several months later, a second tip led police to James Harrod's former wife, who told them Harrod had told her he was paid $100,000 to kill Jeanne because her stepson, Ed (Hap) Tovrea, wanted her dead so he could inherit from his late father's estate.
Cleveland Hall of Famer Ed Delahanty rests at Calvary Cemetery with many
It's said to be the grave of Ed Delahanty, a Hall of Fame baseball player who had a lifetime batting average of .346. He also is the first player who merited a memorial arm band, worn by the Indians.
Berkshire Hathaway's Q4 Earnings Show Buffett Still Has It
Barry Bonds (cheater), Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth are very, very famous because they are the top 3 home run hitters and yes, we all know Ty Cobb (.366 lifetime) but what about Ed Delahanty (.346)?
Phillies: A History of Spring Training Sites
1898: The Phillies, including Ed Delahanty, Nap Lajoie, and Elmer Flick, have Spring Training in Cape May, NJ under the shadow of the Spanish American War. Described in this interesting article in the Cape May Gazette (ignore the stilted writing and ...

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