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Coleman, Gordy b. July 5, 1934 d. March 12, 1994 Major League Baseball Player. He broke into the major leagues with the Cleveland Indians in 1959, but the left-handed-hitting first baseman was traded during the off-season to Cincinnati, along with second baseman Billy Martin and pitcher Cal McLish for All-Star second baseman Johnny Temple. He hit .287 with 26 homers and 87 RBIs as the Reds pull a shocker by vaulting from sixth place to win the 1961 National League pennant. The following year he batted .277 with 28 homers and 86 RBIs. He had a...[Read More] (Bio by: Ron Coons) Arlington Memorial Gardens, Mount Healthy, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA
Corbitt, Claude b. July 21, 1915 d. May 1, 1978 Major League Baseball Player. The infielder had two hits in four at-bats for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1945 but was sold to Cincinnati on March 18, 1946. He saw limited with the Reds the next three seasons. The most he played was 87 games in 1948, when he hit .256. The right-handed hitter had a career batting average of .243 with one homer. (Bio by: Ron Coons) Arlington Memorial Gardens, Mount Healthy, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA
Spelman, Marian b. 1921 d. January 23, 2007 Television actress and singer, she was an icon in her local city of Cincinnati, Ohio, where she worked mostly on television station WLWT. A regular on the "Fifty-Fifty Club" show and other live shows from 1952 to 1975, she was also known for her work with the Cincinnati Playhouse, the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. She regularly sang the National Anthem for the Cincinnati Reds baseball team at their opening games at Crosley Field, beginning the Major League...[Read More] (Bio by: Mike Welty) Arlington Memorial Gardens, Mount Healthy, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA