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May 23, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The St. Louis Browns lost 111 games in 1939 and 102 in 1951. In 1952, the Pittsburgh Pirates lost 112. Johnny Beradino played for all three of those miserable teams. "Some of the worst teams there ever were," Beradino said at lunch recently, chuckling at the thought. "And the cheapest." After the Pirates had finished 54 1/2 games behind the National League champion Brooklyn Dodgers, Beradino retired from baseball, returned to California and took up acting full time.
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May 23, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The St. Louis Browns lost 111 games in 1939 and 102 in 1951. In 1952, the Pittsburgh Pirates lost 112. Johnny Beradino played for all three of those miserable teams. "Some of the worst teams there ever were," Beradino said at lunch recently, chuckling at the thought. "And the cheapest." After the Pirates had finished 54 1/2 games behind the National League champion Brooklyn Dodgers, Beradino retired from baseball, returned to California and took up acting full time.
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April 21, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The St. Louis Browns lost 111 games in 1939 and 102 in 1951. In 1952, the Pittsburgh Pirates lost 112. Johnny Beradino played for all three of those miserable teams. "Some of the worst teams there ever were," Beradino said at lunch recently, chuckling at the thought. "And the cheapest." After the Pirates had finished 54 1/2 games behind the National League champion Brooklyn Dodgers, Beradino retired from baseball, returned to California and took up acting full time.
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April 21, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The St. Louis Browns lost 111 games in 1939 and 102 in 1951. In 1952, the Pittsburgh Pirates lost 112. Johnny Beradino played for all three of those miserable teams. "Some of the worst teams there ever were," Beradino said at lunch recently, chuckling at the thought. "And the cheapest." After the Pirates had finished 54 1/2 games behind the National League champion Brooklyn Dodgers, Beradino retired from baseball, returned to California and took up acting full time.
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May 16, 1991 | RAY RIPTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Before the baseball season began, Beverly Hills High Coach Bill Erickson picked his team to finish in fifth place in the Bay League. He struck out as a prognosticator. Beverly Hills won its third consecutive Bay League championship and advanced to the CIF-Southern Section playoffs for the fifth year in a row. In the first round of the 5-A Division playoffs, the Normans (17-6 overall, 13-2 in league play) will play host to the winner of Tuesday's wild-card game between Servite and Katella at 3 p.
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