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I've been editing on Wikipedia since March 19, 2006. Most of my edits have been in two general areas of interest—baseball (especially some of the more obscure parts of baseball history, such as Negro leagues, early minor leagues, and early Latin American leagues) and the history of the American West, especially the Mormon settlement of Utah. I occasionally also edit a random article or make some improvements to an article I run across in a deletion discussion.

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Baseball players : Chance Cummings - J. B. Hairstone

Baseball teams (Negro league): All Cubans - Cuban Stars (East) - Cuban Stars (West) - Lincoln Stars - Philadelphia Giants

Baseball teams (Cuban): Almendares (baseball club) - Habana (baseball club)

Baseball teams (Minor league): Berlin Busy Bees - Youngstown Buckeyes

Baseball leagues or organizations: Cuban national baseball system

Baseball series : 1926 Colored World Series - 1927 Colored World Series - 1943 Negro World Series - 1944 Negro World Series - 1945 Negro World Series - 1946 Negro World Series - 1947 Negro World Series - 1948 Negro World Series

Baseball statistics: Run average

Mormon history: Carl Christian Anton Christensen

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Baseball players: Josh Bunce - Gavvy Cravath - Josh Gibson - J. D. Martin - Ed McLane - José Méndez

Baseball teams: Springfield (IL) Cardinals

Other baseball topics: American Series

Mormon history: Martin's Cove - Mountain Meadows massacre


I've done a lot of work on categorization of baseball teams.


Barnstar-stone2-noback.png For your tireless efforts with the Mormon handcart pioneers article, I present you with The Epic Barnstar. Lethargy

(2 Ocboer 2006)

Barnstar of Diligence.png The Barnstar of Diligence. For singlehandedly taking Sandy Koufax from a disgrace to featured articles to a well-sourced, comprehensive bio. Regardless of how the FAR turns out, it's an infinitely better article thanks to your work. Djrobgordon

(13 February 2007)

Barnstar-goldrun7.png The Running Man Barnstar, for distinguished efforts in a sports-related article. What can I say? I believe that José would be pleased. Here's to ya. -- Couillaud

(18 June 2008)

Original Barnstar Hires.png The Original Barnstar. Your aid here directly led to the significant expansions of Joe McGinnity, Joe Kelley, Cy Seymour, Dan McGann, Jack Cronin, Billy Gilbert (baseball), Andrew Freedman, and 1902 Baltimore Orioles season, in addition to the creations of John Mahon (baseball) and Sydney Frank. Out of those ten articles, I expect 9 DYK's, 4 or 5 GA's, and maybe an FA or two.[1][2][3] – Muboshgu

(27 March 2012)

This barnstar display design was borrowed from SandyGeorgia (talk · contribs), who in turn attributes Kirill Lokshin (talk · contribs).

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