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J.C. Herbert Bryant

Herbert Bryant was born in Alexandria, Virginia and lettered in four sports at Episcopal High School, graduating in 1928. He entered the University of Virginia in the fall of 1928. His many honors included membership in the PK Society, Eli…

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Alonza “AL” Bumbry

“Bee”, as Al Bumbry was affectionately known to Orioles fans, was an appropriate nickname for such a tenacious player.  He stung pitchers with his bat and frustrated defenses with his ability to steal bases at will.  The base paths were…

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Harry “Red” Caughron

“Red” Caughron was born in Sevierville, Tennessee, and came to the College of William & Mary to play football. He received All-State, All-Southern and All-American honors during his three-year varsity career.  In 1960, Caughron took over as head coach of…

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Eppa Rixey Jr.

Until he was surpassed by Warren Spahn in 1962, Rixey held the National League record for victories by a left-hander, with 266.  Born in Culpeper, Virginia, Rixey played golf, tennis and basketball for the University of Virginia until off-season umpire…

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