Anthony Richard Conigliaro
Tony C. Position: Rightfielder
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 3", Weight: 185 lb.
Born: January 7, 1945 in Revere, MA
High School: St. Mary's HS (Lynn, MA) by the Signed Boston Red Sox as an amateur free agent in 1962.
( All Transactions) Debut: April 16, 1964 (Age 19.100)
vs. NYY 5 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB Exceeded rookie limits during 1964 season Rookie Status: [*]
Teams (by GP): RedSox/Angels 1964-1975 Final Game: June 12, 1975 (Age 30.156)
vs. CHW 3 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
Died: February 24, 1990 in Salem, MA Buried: Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden, MA
Relatives: Brother of Billy Conigliaro View Player Bio from the SABR BioProject
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News -- May 2014
5/28 Lineup Forms: Baseball’s Ten Most Gruesome Injuries Featuring Carl Crawford’s Ankle: Last night during the Dodgers‘ 6-3 win over Cincinnati Carl Crawford‘s ankle did something ankles are not supposed ...
5/7 Call to the Pen: Gregory Polanco wise to reject Pirates' offer : On TuesdayYahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan reportedthe Pittsburgh Pirates offered outfield prospect Gregory Polanco a seven-year ... News -- April 2014
4/1 Fire Brand of the American League: Fools Don’t Need April: The Red Sox lost on opening day. That is sad. It is not as sad as Dan Shaughnessey says that it is.
The post Fools Don’t ... News -- March 2014
3/14 Dugout Perspective: Bryce Harper is… underrated?!: As previously detailed in my ROY cases for Noah Syndergaard and Xander Bogaerts, I’ll occasionally be interspersing my usual ...
3/14 The Writer's Journey: 1967 Red Sox: The Impossible Dream Season by Raymond Sinibaldi (2014): 1967 Red Sox: The Impossible Dream Season by Raymond Sinibaldi Arcadia Publishing, 2014 128 pages Featuring the Triple Crown MVP ...
3/7 The Baseball Haven: When Arguing By History Goes Horribly Wrong: Albert Pujols should be a first ballot Hall of Famer, even if you only consider his time with the St. Louis Cardinals. ... News -- February 2014
2/25 Gammons Daily: Criticism Aside, Harper Keeps Improving: Bryce Harper is 21 years old, launched more home runs during his age 19 and 20 seasons (42) than any hitter since Tony Conigliaro a ...
2/25 Baseball Analytics: Criticism Aside, Harper Keeps Improving: Bryce Harper is 21 years old, launched more home runs during his age 19 and 20 seasons (42) than any hitter since ... News -- January 2014
1/10 Tyler's Think Tank: When Duty Called Part III: The third part of my series that looks at players who missed time to World War II and attempts to fill in the blank seasons on ... News -- December 2013
12/4 Fire Brand of the American League: If Tony C. Had Ducked: Jeff P. wonders what the world would have been like if Tony Canigliaro ducked.The post If Tony C. Had Ducked appeared first on ... News -- November 2013
11/20 Mets Merized: This Date In Mets History: Tom Seaver Wins Rookie of the Year: In 1967, New York Mets’ icon Tom Seaver began his journey on becoming “The Franchise,’’ when he was named the National ...
11/20 New York Mets Report: Today In Mets History: Tom Seaver Win Rookie Of Year Award: In 1967, New York Mets’ icon Tom Seaver began his journey on becoming “The Franchise,’’ when he was named the National ... News -- October 2013
10/24 Replacement Level Red Sox Blog: World Series Injuries and the Red Sox: The “everything is gonna be all right” attitude of the Sox and the fans has taken a bit of a hit in the last 48 hours. While ... News -- September 2013
9/26 D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today: This Day in Washington Nationals History – 19-year-old Harper hits his 20th Homer: September 26 2005 – Cristian Guzman had three hits and three RBI, Hector Carrasco pitched six strong innings and the Washington ...
9/25 Tyler's Think Tank: Best Seasons Derailed By Injury:
While writing a recent post about Hanley Ramirez, I started thinking about players who had really good seasons that were ...
9/25 The Cardboard Examiner: 1972 TOPPS CESAR CEDENO: THE NEXT WILLIE MAYS.EVEN TOPPS RECOGNIZED A BUDDING ''SUPER-STAR.''THE FRONT PAGE"The Next Willie Mays'' is a declaration that's ...
9/22 Replacement Level Red Sox Blog: Surprise!: On the heels of the 69 win disaster that was the Bobby Valentine era, a soul crushing 2011 and an injury-laden 2010 even the most ...
9/19 Baseball Musings: Streak Over: The Washington Nationals beat the Marlins 3-2 to stay on the edge of the wild card race. Denard Span, however, goes 0 for 4, and ... News -- August 2013
8/29 Baseball Musings: Tying A-Rod: Bryce Harper homered for the Nationals in the fourth inning of their game versus the Marlins. That gives Harper 41 for his career, ...
8/18 Baseball de World: Today in Baseball History – August 18: August 18, 1886 The St. Louis Maroons owner Henry Lucas calls it quits. After stating the team lost him $27,000 over three years, ...
8/12 BoSox Injection: Red Sox Search For “The Great Right Hope”: Howard Sackler wrote a magnificent play called “The Great White Hope” and Boston Red Sox Nation looks adoringly for “The ...
8/1 Tyler's Think Tank: Remembering George Scott:
George Scott, a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame and former All-Star, passed away on Monday at age 69.
Boomer, a big ... News -- July 2013
7/30 BoSox Injection: George Scott Passes at 69: A Tip Of The Cap To Boomer: Former Red Sox first baseman George Scott passed away yesterday at the age of 61 (a report from a newspaper in his home state ...
7/4 New York Mets Report: All-Star Game Has Lost Its Way: Jonathan Papelbon’s dissing the notion of Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig’s being named to the National League All-Star team ... News -- June 2013
6/12 Subjective Baseball: Top 10 Teenage Seasons: The other day, we looked at some of the best seasons by players who weren't elected to the Hall of Fame. We also discussed ...
6/9 halosdaily.com: Halo History: The Tragic Story of Tony Conigliaro: Tony Conigliaro is one of the most beloved players to ever wear a Red Sox uniform. He was a local hero, a teenage Major League ... News -- May 2013
5/28 Call to the Pen: Curtis Granderson’s Bad Luck: This may not have happened if Curtis Granderson had gone to elementary school in the 1950s and absorbed his “Duck and cover” ... News -- April 2013
4/27 Baseball Musings: Tying Ted: Bryce Harper homered in the fourth inning against Cincinnati, his 9th of the season and 31st of his career. That ties him with ...
4/20 Tyler's Think Tank: 10 Baseball Movies That Need to be Made:
The '67 Sox shocked the world by winning the American League pennant
Now that Jackie Robinson's story has finally been ...
4/17 The Pesky Pole: Bringing Back Tony Conigliaro: A year ago Gordon Edes wrote a great piece on the upcoming Fenway Park 100 year celebration. He wrote as if history was different, ...
4/5 The Pesky Pole: The Impossible Dream?: The 1967 Red Sox simulation project has not gotten off to a great start. Through 47 games the Red Sox find themselves at 21-26 ...
4/3 60ft6in.com: 1967 Red Sox opening series in NY: If we are going to follow 1967 we are in for a long night one of these next two games in the Bronx. In that opening three game ... News -- March 2013
3/21 The Baseball Haven: Who Is The Greatest Teenager Ever?: <iframe src=’http://mlb.mlb.com/shared/video/embed/embed.html?content_id=25544063&width=400&height=224&property=mlb’ ...
3/19 mlbreports.com: What Will It Take For Bryce Harper To Be An NL MVP This Year?: Like us on Facebook here Tuesday, Mar. 19/2013 By David Huzzard (Nationals Correspondent via Citizens of Natstown.com – ...
3/7 Bryan Harvey's Moustache: Can Bryce Harper Have A Better Age-20 Season Than Mike Trout? : Two things we know: 1. Mike Trout had arguably one of the best age-20 seasons ever. Maybe the best. 2. Bryce Harper had one ...
3/1 60ft6in.com: Rating Red Sox General Managers: The Boston Red Sox did not have a General Manager until Tom Yawkey bought the team in 1933 and brought in Eddie Collins. up through ... News -- February 2013
2/23 60ft6in.com: Red Sox Impossible Dream deja vu 1967 2013: The 2013 Red Sox have many similarities to one memorable team from the past. In 1966 The Boston Red Sox were a team that collapsed ...
2/16 District On Deck: Bryce Harper: How Good Can He Be In 2013?: I subscribe to Joe Sheehan’s awesome newsletter (and now he is introducing trial memberships if you are interested) and ... News -- January 2013
1/25 Billy-Ball.com: A cautionary tale: I ran into Red Sox reliever Andrew Miller at the Boston Baseball Writers Association of America banquet last night and I warned ...
1/13 The Baseball Haven: What If Mike Trout Stumbles?: Mike Trout had, possibly, the greatest season that any rookie could have ever had in 2012. Taking into consideration that Trout ... News -- December 2012
12/21 The Baseball Haven: The Legend of Bo Jackson: What Might Have Been…: If you grew up in the late 1980′s, you know that there should be a pagan holiday to celebrate Bo Jackson as the God of Tecmo ... News -- November 2012
11/1 Call to the Pen: Baseball Comebacks Warm The Heart: Major League Baseball’s awards for the Comeback Player of the Year are so quintessentially American. Americans love giving ... News -- October 2012
10/19 BoSox Injection: Being A Sox Fan In The Wake Of The Yankees’ Collapse: This is not a tale of good sportsmanship or love of the game. This is the long standing, sordid and tortured story of being a ... News -- September 2012
9/29 BoSox Injection: Orioles use Sox as cage liner, remain in AL Wild Card race, but “It could have been worse…”: The over-achieving Orioles, trounced the stinking, sinking Sox 9-1; the First place Yankees shot down the hapless Jays 11-4; result: ...
9/27 Diamond Hoggers: Bryce Harper gets home run number 20: Last night (an 8-4 win for the Nationals) Bryce Harper joined Tony Conigliaro as the only 19 year old players who have hit 20 ...
9/23 Baseball With Matt: Serious Baseball Injuries 9/23/12: Hey baseball fans!I'm here with another blog post! Like I promised in previous posts, today I will be blogging about some ...
9/12 Tyler's Think Tank: Harper Heating Up Again:
After a protracted midseason slump, Bryce Harper is swinging a hot bat (CNN)
In the Washington Nationals' 5-3 win over the ...
9/11 60ft6in.com: Islands Off Venezuela = Shortstops: When you think of great shortstops, you think of Venezuela. First with Luis Aparicio, then with Ozzie Guillen, and now with Omar ...
9/6 Baseball Analytics: Teenage (Four-) Base Land: According to our friends at Elias, last night Bryce Harper became the third teenager ever with more than one ... News -- August 2012
8/18 Tyler's Think Tank: The Tragedy of Tony C.:
45 years ago today, Jack Hamilton threw a pitch that changed everything.
Over 31,000 fans made their way to the Fens to ... News -- July 2012
7/26 High Heat Stats: Adam Dunn and triple-W games: In a recent post, John Autin identified that Jim Thome has the most career games with at least one of each of the TTO components ... News -- May 2012
5/23 MLB Dirt: An Interview With ESPN’s Baseball Insider Jerry Crasnick: ESPN has grown from a cable sports news channel to a media conglomerate over the past few decades. They have been able to accomplish ... News -- April 2012
4/30 WasWatching: Batters Under 20 To Get A Hit Since 1918: It’s a longer list than you’d think: Rk Player #Matching 6 1 Robin Yount 155 Ind. Games 2 Phil Cavarretta 153 ...
4/17 PaulLebowitz.com: Mike Francesa As The Psycho Ex-Boyfriend: The Mets have planned a small video tribute for Jose Reyes on his first trip to New York as a visiting player when the Marlins ... News -- March 2012
3/15 Bus League Baseball: The Bizarro Hall of Fame: The Class of 1985: The Bizarro Hall of Fame was a series I ran on my old blog, One More Dying Quail, in 2007. It consists of players who appeared ... News -- January 2012
1/30 Ramblings of Baseball: What To Wear XIX: Houston Astros There have been some rumblings recently about the Astros changing their name. New ownership has stepped in and ...
1/21 The Captain's Blog: Don’t Look Back: An Ageless Tale of Satchel Paige: (The following was originally published at SB*Nation’s Pinstripe Alley) Understandably lost amid the furor surrounding the Yankees and Mariners decision ... News -- December 2011
12/13 B-R Blog: B-R: HoF Candidate – Juan Gonzalez: Juan González Juan Alberto (Vazquez) Gonzalez (Juan Gone or Igor) Position: Outfielder Bats: Right, Throws: Right Height: 6' ... News -- September 2011
9/19 NY Baseball Digest: Colon/Hughes/Burnett, Wright’s Beaning, Role of Media in Locker-Room: A decision has to be made soon about the Yankees postseason rotation. We probably won’t hear anything until the team clinches, ... News -- August 2011
8/22 Baseball Musings: Going Deep and Running Fast: David Vincent, keeper of the Tattersall/McConnell Home Run Log for SABR send this list of players who led a league in home runs ...
8/18 B-R Blog: Random recap for Wednesday: Stanton a HR champ at 21?: -- Mike Stanton homered for the 4th straight game and is 2nd in the NL with 29 HRs, one behind Albert Pujols. The youngest modern ...
8/15 The Pesky Pole: The Impossible Dream: April 1967:
This is a historical baseball dynasty simulation recreating the 1967 and beyond using OOTP Baseball
May 1st, 1967
8/4 The Pesky Pole: The Birth of Red Sox Nation: A Baseball Simulation: Conigliaro's Hot Start:
The 1967 Red Sox come alive thanks to OOTP Baseball. This is a historical rewrite to see if this group of Red Sox can write ... News -- July 2011
7/16 B-R Blog: Stanton’s power: With a pair of home runs off Carlos Zambrano Saturday at Wrigley Field, Mike Stanton now has 42 HRs in his first 188 career games ...
7/16 The Pesky Pole: Is This Heaven? No, It's OOTP:
When I was a kid I used to create my own little baseball universe. I would take out my wiffle ball, bat, and play my own games. ... News -- June 2011
6/4 B-R Blog: Random Recap for Friday, June 3: Arizona 4, Washington 0: It's Joshua Collmenter's world; we just get to read his box scores. Collmenter stymied the Nats on 3 ... News -- April 2011
4/21 B-R Blog: Lowest RBI per HR ratios in history: Reader Tony C. wrote in to ask for this old favorite. Let's ease in. First here are the lowest RBI totals for a player with 30 ... News -- February 2011
2/17 B-R Blog: Teenage Big Leaguers With 100+ Games In A Season: I was just looking at all the players, since 1901, to play 100+ games in a big league season as a teenager. Here's the list: Rk ... News -- January 2011
1/14 B-R Blog: Most Doubles @ Fenway Park Since 1920: Who has hit the most doubles at Fenway Park since 1920? Here's the leaderboard on this one: Rk Player #Matching PA AB H 2B 6 ...
1/11 B-R Blog: Mailbag: Biggest Differences Between HR Leader and Runner-Up: Here's a question from Ehud: "Jose Bautista was the AL home run king in 2010, while the second-place HR leader (Paul Konerko) ... News -- December 2010
12/12 B-R Blog: Short Term Sluggers: Who in baseball history played 1,000 games or less in their career but showed power when they played? To answer this question, ... News -- June 2010
6/22 B-R Blog: Counting When It Didn’t Count: Some All-Star fun via Baseball-Reference.com's Play Index Batting Game Finder - batters with 6+ PA in a single All-Star Game:
6/10 B-R Blog: They Did What?: Via B-R.com's PI - Players since 1952 with 6+ games where they batted clean-up and had a SAC bunt in the contest:
Ron ... News -- April 2010
4/30 B-R Blog: Bloops: Hotel Commonwealth’s $755/night Red Sox Suite: From Luxist, here's a pricey Boston hotel suite that caters specifically to members of Red Sox Nation:
"For $755 overnight you ...