Synonyms for maggert or Related words with maggert

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Examples of "maggert"
Tim Herron (14,16,17), Jeff Maggert (14,16,17), Steve Stricker (16,17)
Maggert was soon released by the Bees. In December, he and Borton were both cleared of all criminal charges in court. However, Maggert, Borton, Gene Dale, and Bill Rumler were expelled from the Pacific Coast League. Maggert never played in organized baseball again.
Justin Leonard, Jeff Maggert, Mark O'Meara, Steve Pate
Tom Byrum, Scott Hoch (14,15,16,17), Jeff Maggert, Billy Mayfair, Nick Price (14,16,17)
Stephen Ames, Jim Carter, Jonathan Kaye, Peter Lonard, Jeff Maggert, Tim Petrovic, Chris Smith
Maggert died in 1963 in Fresno, California. His son was also a major league outfielder.
Robert Allenby (16,17), Steve Flesch (14,16,17), Jeff Maggert, Shigeki Maruyama (14,16,17)
Russ Cochran, Dan Forsman (12,13), Jim Gallagher, Jr. (13), Jeff Maggert, Gene Sauers
Bud Cauley, Graham DeLaet, Ken Duke, Harris English, Matt Every, Brian Harman, Colt Knost, Jeff Maggert, John Mallinger
Maggert played for the San Francisco Seals in 1918 and the Salt Lake City Bees in 1919 and 1920. In 1919, he led the league in runs scored for the fourth time. In 1920, Maggert had the best season of his entire career. He was hitting .370 and on his way to the batting title – until he was suspended in midseason.
In late July 1920, Vernon Tigers first baseman Babe Borton handed Maggert $300, which aroused suspicion. Borton had previously offered the money to one of Maggert's teammates. In the ensuing investigation, it was discovered that Maggert and other Salt Lake City players had thrown games during the previous season so that Borton's Tigers could win the pennant.
The final match on the course pitted Jeff Maggert and Hal Sutton against Colin Montgomerie and Paul Lawrie. Maggert took the match into his hands in the final holes, making a long birdie putt at 17 to put the Americans in front, then sealing the win by hitting his approach within 5 feet at the final hole.
Jonathan Byrd, Ángel Cabrera, K. J. Choi (14,16,17), Tim Clark (12), Jeff Maggert, Len Mattiace, Phil Mickelson (14,16,17), Scott Verplank (14,16,17)
Over the next few years, Maggert played in "outlaw" baseball leagues along with other suspended players, such as the Black Sox.
Harl Warren Maggert (May 4, 1914 – July 10, 1986) was a professional baseball outfielder. He played one season in Major League Baseball for the Boston Bees in 1938.
John Cook (11), Clark Dennis, Scott Hoch (13), Steve Lowery (12,13), Jeff Maggert (13), Colin Montgomerie, Frank Nobilo, Jeff Sluman, Curtis Strange, Duffy Waldorf
Brad Bryant (12,13), Bill Glasson, Neal Lancaster, Jeff Maggert (11), Mark McCumber, Frank Nobilo, Mark Roe, Vijay Singh (12,13), Jeff Sluman (11), Steve Stricker, Bob Tway (12,13)
Jeffrey Allan Maggert (born February 20, 1964) is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour.
Maggert started the 2012 season on a medical exemption after shoulder surgery in June. His 2011 season was limited to 18 events, making six cuts. He went to Q School to back up the nine starts and $567,086 on his exemption. Maggert could not satisfy his medical exemption and played the remainder of the 2012 season in the Q School/Nationwide Tour graduate category. He still managed to barely retain a PGA Tour card, finishing 123rd on the money list.
Billy Andrade, Olin Browne, Stewart Cink (12,13), Jim Furyk (11,13), Jay Haas, Scott Hoch (11,12,13), Bradley Hughes, Jeff Maggert (11,13), Scott McCarron (12,13), Colin Montgomerie, David Ogrin, Bob Tway