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    • Induction of Baseball With Coca Cola http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Coca-Cola_Park.PNG Image
    • First SportAthlete toAdvertise forCoca-ColaMiller Huggins isthe First player toassociate withCoca-ColaBaseball was theFirst Sport to haveassociated withCoca-Cola
    • MillerHugginsMiller who played forthe Cincinnati Redsfrom 1904-1909Then was traded tothe St. Louis Cardinalsand played from 1910-1916 were he wasplayer manager.
    • NapoleonLajoieNapoleon Lajoie wasquoted in a Coke ad assaying “The otherballplayers can drinkall the whiskey, beer,and wine they want,but none of that forme.”http://m.life.com/gallery/60951/image/80901750/coca-cola-refreshing-memories?_v=1Napoleon Lajoie Picture
    • • http://madamepickwickartblog.com/2011/11/plop-plop-fizz-Ty Cobb and fizz/ Ty Cobb PhotoCoca-ColaAsserted in one Cokead early in the centurythat he “wanted acase of the drink to bein the dugout whenhe was playing, andthat after drinkingCoca-Cola betweenhalves of adoubleheader, he feltas though he hadn’texercised at all in thefirst game”.
    • MortonDowneyMorton Downey, whoturns up faithfully atconventions of outfitslike the NationalAssociation ofProfessional BaseballLeagues, has said, “Baseball and Coca-Cola are almostsynonymous.” Pals thispair may be, but thereare aspects of baseballinto which Coca-Cola,for all its penetratingresearch, has not yetfully probed”.http://www.digitaldeliftp.com/LookAround/advertspot_cocacola4.htm
    • Baseball Addshttp://www.bambootrading.com/proddetail.asp?prod=ngc9 “Relax…take it easy” http://www.ioffer.com/c/Advertising-1003463/1938 Delicious and Refreshing
    • • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bvYPIhIiS4&feature=relatCommercial with • ed Video http://truecreek.com/tag/television-commercials/ PictureBaseball and Coca-ColaThis is a commercialshow cases sportsbeing played and thenthe athletes drinking acoke or show cases acoca cola bottle. Thenat the end of thecommercial, it isstated that everythingis better with a coke.
    • • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiO3ATA0x8Y Video1960’s World • http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nl/pittpirates/piratesimage s.html ImageSeries PittsburgPirates vs. theNew YorkYankeesThe clip showsthe stadium forthe PittsburgPirates in 1960that are playingthe New YorkYankees in theWorld SeriesGame.
    • Turner Field • • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2QF1hAm1NY Video http://gordondonovan.com/?page_id=2587 ImageHome of theAtlantaBravesThis video isshow casingTurner Field,which is thehome of theAtlantaBraves.
    • • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkjkgyhaNLE&NR=1 VideoHank Aaron • http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/tdgh-apr/apr27.htm Picturewith Coca-ColaHank Aaron isthe man beingshown in the clipwhen he ishitting his 715home run whileplaying for theAtlanta Braves.