Who Won the 1929
MLB AL Batting Champion

Lew Fonseca (.369)

Cleveland Indians

1928 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner
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1929 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Lew Fonseca News

Boys soccer scoreboard: Thursday, Aug. 31. results

Chicago Daily Herald
Barrington -- E.Lew (Blanke). Goalkeepers -- Boy: Cooper; Bar: Sprengel. *. Streamwood 3, Lake Zurich 2. Streamwood 2 1 --3. Lake Zurich 1 1 --2. Scoring: S -- Gil (UA), Niemiec (Mora), Bracamontes (Chavez); LZ -- Myhre (UA), Heffernan (Zaccarine); ...

1929 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Lew Fonseca News

Summer surge: Jose Ramirez's sizzling, record-setting last 8 games, by the numbers

cleveland.com
... multi-hit games. Tris Speaker (1920), Riggs Stephenson (1924) and Roy Hughes (1936) all hold the record. Ramirez has matched Homer Summa (1928), Lew Fonseca (1931), Earl Averill (1935) and Kenny Lofton (1996) with eight straight multi-hit games.

1929 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Lew Fonseca News

Memoir: 'My first books were baseball books' – By George Monteiro

Portuguese American Journal
I suppose that it started with my discovery that Lew Fonseca was a Portuguese-American from California. Now fast-forward several decades and more—to 2017— for a major discovery in my quest for the names of Portuguese-American Major League ...

1929 MLB AL Batting Champion Winner Lew Fonseca News

Worst Chicago coaches or managers of all time

Chicago Tribune
Lew Fonseca, 1932-34: The Dust Bowl wasn't the only dry spell of the "Dirty Thirties." Fonseca lost 102 games in his first season and his Sox finished 56.5 games out. He lasted until early in '34 before being replaced by Jimmy Dykes and finished his ...

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