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ENTERTAINMENT FOR WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 2010: Almanac & Celebrity Birthdays


Today is Wednesday, September 1, 2010. There are 121 days left before we move into 2011.


World War II began today in 1939 (Clipart from (Illustration by Mohammed Ibrahim)

* On September 1, 1939, World War II began as Nazi Germany invaded Poland.

* In 1894, the Great Hinckley Fire destroyed Hinckley, Minnesota and five other communities, killing more than 400 people.

* In 1923, the Japanese cities of Tokyo and Yokohama were devastated by an earthquake that claimed the lives of 140,000 people.

* In 1972, American Bobby Fischer won the International chess crown in Reykjavik, Iceland, as Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union resigned before the resumption of Game 21.

* In 1985, a U.S.-French expedition found the wreckage of the Titantic on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean about 400 miles off of Newfoundland.

* In 1995, a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.


71 Lily Tomlin, actress.

64 Barry Gibb, singer of the group, The Bee Gees.

60 Dr. Phil McGraw, talk show host discovered by Oprah Winfrey.

53 Gloria Estefan, singer and creator of the group, The Miami Sound Machine.

26 Joe Trohman, rock guitarist of the group, Fall Out Boy. Joe is an Ohio Native.

Brewers honor former owner, Bud Selig

Commissioner Bud Selig, former owner of the Milwaukee Brewers franchise, was honored Tuesday August 24 with a bronze statue at Miller Park. The new statue is the third representing the ball club at Miller Park. Hank Aaron and Robin Yount were honored in years past.

The statue is over seven feet in height. The architect for Selig’s statue is Brian Maughan and Douglas Kwart, who also designed the statues of Aaron and Yount.

Bud Selig statue (Brewers photo)

Commisioner Bud Selig (MLB)

Selig bought the failing Seattle Pilots franchise in 1970 and moved it to his native Milwaukee.

The Brewers won seven “Organization of the Year” awards during the tenure of Selig as owner of the Brewers.

compiled from staff, Milwaukee Brewers & baseball news

White Sox beat Indians on Pierzynski’s homer

Manny Ramirez was on-deck ready to make his White Sox debut but A.J. Pierzynski, batting ahead of him, won the game.

A.J. Pierzynski hit a tie-breaking, three-run homer off reliever Frank Herrmann in the ninth inning to lift the  Chicago White Sox to a 4-3 win over the Cleveland Indians Tuesday night. Pierzynski has been hot during his 10-game hitting streak, .386 average (17 for 43) with nine RBI’s.

A.J. Pierzynski game-winning homer (MLB)

Starting pitcher Edwin Jackson, now 3-0, also starred for the ChiSox. The right-hander, acquired from Arizona in a trade before the deadline in July, struck out 10 and allowed seven hits in 8 2/3 innings to help the Chicago keep pressure on the first-place Minnesota Twins in the AL Central Division.

Jackson is the first White Sox starter with 10-plus strikeouts in three straight starts since LHP Floyd Bannister in 1985.

Ramirez, wearing Number 99, will be in Chicago’s lineup on Wednesday afternoon’s game batting fifth as the DH.

compiled from staff, wire & Chicago White Sox news

Reds beat Milwaukee, 8-4; NL Central lead at 7; Chapman debuts & Votto stars

There were so many positives in Tuesday night’s Reds 8-4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers.

The Reds now lead the NL Central by 7 games over slumping St. Louis; they won without the services of Brandon Phillips and Jay Bruce; and the Aroldis Chapman’s long-anticpated major league debut.

Cincinnati wrapped up the best August by any team and was able to move 7 games up on the Cardinals, who lost to Houston 3-0. The Reds haven’t led by as many games since 1995, the last time they reached the playoffs.

Aroldis Chapman Reds (MiLB)

Joey Votto (MLB)

Joey Votto drove in three runs with a pair of doubles off Milwaukee’s ace pitcher, Yovani Gallardo who drops to 11-7. The slugging first baseman now has 97 on the season. Sam LeCure, another one of the Reds young arms, picked up the win in relief of Aaron Harang, who struggled in his return from back spasms. Le Cure is now 2-4.

The crowd was happy to see Number 54, Aroldis Chapman jogging to the mound from the bullpen to pitch the top of the eighth with the Reds up 8-3.

There was no nervousness from Chapman as the 22-year-old made quick work of the Brewers batters. Jonathan Lucroy saw pitches of 98 mph, 102 and 86 and struck out. Chapman got Craig Counsell and pinch-hitter Carlos Gomez to ground out on weak ground balls. The tall lefty was between 98-102 with all three hitters.


* In order to put Aaron Harang and Aroldis Chapman on the active roster, Cincinnati put outfielder Laynce Nix on the 15-day DL  with a sprained left ankle, which he hurt August 23 in San Francisco.  They optioned right-handed pitcher Edinson Volquez to Class-A Dayton to make at least two starts. They say he has to work out his delivery problems.

Japan beats Hawaii to win 2010 Little League World Series

(Used with permission)

Japan ended United States’ teams’ five-year reign as World Series champions. The team from Tokyo used its pitching to limit Waipahu, Hawaii, to four singles.

The Japanese were led by Konan Tomori who had a home run, and three RBI’s and captured the Little League World Series title with a 4-1 win on Sunday.

It marked the first time a Japanese team has won the title since 2003. Waipahu won the title in 2008.

Ryusuke Ikeda earned the win, pitching three innings, allowing four hits and striking five. Ichiro Ogasawara pitched the final three innings, striking out three batters.

compiled from staff & wire reports

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