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  2. Billy Martin - Wikipedia

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    Alfred Manuel Martin Jr. (May 16, 1928 – December 25, 1989), commonly called " Billy ", was an American Major League Baseball second baseman and manager who, in addition to leading other teams, was five times the manager of the New York Yankees. First known as a scrappy infielder who made considerable contributions to the championship Yankee ...

  3. Billy Martin Stats | Baseball-Reference.com

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    November 20, 1957: Traded by the Kansas City Athletics with Mickey McDermott, Tom Morgan, Lou Skizas, Tim Thompson and Gus Zernial to the Detroit Tigers for a player to be named later, Kent Hadley, Frank House, Duke Maas, Jim Small, John Tsitouris and Bill Tuttle. The Detroit Tigers sent Jim McManus (April 3, 1958) to the Kansas City Athletics ...

  4. Billy Martin - Biography - IMDb

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    Mini Bio (1) Billy Martin will always be remembered for his fiery personality, both on and off the field. Cleveland General Manager Frank Lane once said, "He's the kind of guy you'd like to kill if he's playing on the other team, but you'd like 10 of him on your side." Martin won the Most Valuable Player Award in the 1953 World Series, batting ...

  5. Billy Martin – Society for American Baseball Research

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    Billy Martin. This article was written by Jimmy Keenan - Frank Russo. As a player on the great New York Yankees teams of the 1950s and later as a manager with five different major-league clubs, Billy Martin was known to be brash, bold, and fearless. He played the game hard and made no excuses for the way he handled himself on or off the field.

  6. Billy Martin (guitarist) - Wikipedia

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    Billy Martin (born in 1981) is an American musician best known as the rhythm guitarist and keyboardist of the pop punk band Good Charlotte. Early life and career. Martin started his first band, Overflow, with Steve Sievers, who later helped Martin run his clothing line, Level 27. ...

  7. Billy Martin aka illy B Best known as a member of the musical trio Medeski Martin & Wood, Billy Martin is an American composer, percussionist, visual artist, educator and record producer.

  8. Billy Martin's Biography - The HistoryMakers

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    Lawyer Billy Martin was born on October 29, 1949 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania One of eight children, in his youth he aspired to earn an M.B.A. degree and become a marketing executive. After receiving his B.A. degree from Howard University in 1973, he accepted a scholarship to study law at the University of Cincinnati, where he earned his J.D. in 1976.

  9. Billy Martin (percussionist) - Wikipedia

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    Billy Martin (born October 30, 1963) is an American jazz drummer, best known as a member of jazz-funk trio Medeski Martin & Wood Biography. Before becoming part of Medeski, Martin & Wood, Martin was part of the New York City Brazilian scene in the 1980s. He performed regularly with Pe ...

  10. Billy Martin Managerial Record | Baseball-Reference.com

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    Billy Martin. Position: Manager. 5-11, 165lb (180cm, 74kg) Born: May 16, 1928 in Berkeley, CA us. Died: December 25, 1989 in Johnson City, NY. High School: Berkeley HS (Berkeley, CA) Full Name: Alfred Manuel Martin View Player Info from the B-R Bullpen. View Player Bio from the SABR BioProject. More bio, uniform, draft, salary info

  11. Billy Martin - IMDb

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    Billy Martin, Self: Saturday Night Live. Billy Martin will always be remembered for his fiery personality, both on and off the field. Cleveland General Manager Frank Lane once said, "He's the kind of guy you'd like to kill if he's playing on the other team, but you'd like 10 of him on your side." Martin won the Most Valuable Player Award in the 1953 World Series, batting .500, with 12 ...