Dick Butkus- Alan Page- Leroy Butler

Dick Butkus- Alan Page- Leroy Butler
Dick Butkus NFL Hall Of Famer Dick Butkus is a former linebacker for the Chicago Bears. He was a previous guest on our AM 1050 WLIP radio show. Alan Page Alan Page was a former NFL Hall of Famer for the Minnesota Vikings in the 1970s as a defensive tackle. He later retired, seeking a legal career. Alan was also a previous guest of ours on the radio show. Leroy Butler Leroy spent his entire career as a strong safety football player for the Green Bay Packers. He was previously on Happenings Q&A radio as a guest speaker. More

Dick Bosman

Dick Bosman
Athlete Birthplace: Kenosha, WI and Pinellas County, FL You Know Him As: Major League Baseball starting pitcher for the Cleveland Indians and Oakland Athletics. Dick Bosman holds a distinction that no man in history may ever equal: He’s the only man from Kenosha to ever throw a no-hitter in a Major League Baseball game. Bosman did the deed on July 19, 1974, as a member of the Cleveland Indians. In that once-in-a-lifetime performance, Bosman no-hit the eventual World Series champion Oakland A’s in a 4-0 Indians victory. Unfortunately, he had nobody to blame but himself for missing out on a rare perfect game, committing a throwing error in the fourth inning that put the only A’s runner on base. Nonetheless, his no-hitter against a lineup that included Reggie Jackson and Sal Bando was a spectacular accomplishment. Bosman was born in Kenosha on Feb. 17, 1944, and was known throughout his... More
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