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The team adopted a motto – " Every Man a Tiger " – and went on to score 174 points while allowing its opponents just 29 points.
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When MLB adopted the addition of a second wild card team, the 2012 Division Series are scheduled to use the 2-3 format due to scheduling conflicts, which will revert back to the 2-2-1 format from 2013 onwards.
Managed by Harry Wright, Cincinnati adopted a uniform with white knickers and red stockings, and earned the famous nickname, a year or two before hiring the first fully professional team in 1869.
In, the National League club adopted an all-white uniform, and the American League team saw an opportunity.
On December 18, 1907, Taylor announced that the club had officially adopted red as its new team color.
The current shades of blue and yellow were adopted when the team transitioned to the Bearcat in 1946.
One of the potential helmet designs Brown rejected was a striped motif that was similar to the helmets adopted by the team in 1981 and which is still in use to this day ; however, that design featured yellow stripes on a turquoise helmet which were more uniform in width.
The university's colours of gold and black were officially adopted in 1887, after the rugby team led the debate about the college colours for the football jerseys.
The attacking style of play adopted by this team ( in contrast to the defensive-minded " catenaccio " approach favoured by the leading Italian teams of the era ) " captured the imagination of the English footballing public ".
Washington owner Calvin Griffith, Clark's nephew and adopted son, requested that he be allowed to move his team to Minneapolis and instead give Washington the expansion team.
After New York Giants ' manager John McGraw told reporters that Philadelphia manufacturer Benjamin Shibe, who owned the controlling interest in the new team, had a " white elephant on his hands ," Mack defiantly adopted the white elephant as the team mascot, and presented McGraw with a stuffed toy elephant at the start of the 1905 World Series.
A dark burgundy was adopted as the main team color, with a classic pinstripe style for home uniforms.
Another sporting team that has adopted the cockerel as its emblem is the National Rugby League team, the Sydney Roosters, in Australia.
The Padres adopted their name from the Pacific Coast League team which arrived in San Diego in 1936.
It was adopted as a nickname or mascot by a number of South African sports teams, most famously by the national rugby union team.
Patricia, a doctor, went on to marry Domingo " Ding " Chavez, who worked with Kelly ( who at this point had adopted the identity of John Clark ) in the CIA, during a black operation in Colombia, and later as an assault team leader.
One of the two parks where the team played that year, Bay View Park, was adjacent to marshland which was inhabited by American Coots, also known as marsh hens or mud hens, from which the team adopted their name.
This new team adopted the old Senators name, but was ( and still is ) considered an expansion team since the Twins retained the old Senators ' records and history.
Fulchester was originally the setting of the British TV programme Crown Court before the name was adopted by the Viz team.
The team was known as the New Orleans / Oklahoma City Hornets and had adopted a split personality of sorts, wearing ' OKC neutral ' home jerseys ( with an OKC patch of sorts over an H-alternate jersey ) and ' New Orleans ' jerseys during away games.
A circular club badge was adopted in 1959 and featured a lion rampant, an old-style football and the club's motto Ready, which was shortened from Aye Ready ( meaning Always Ready in Scots ), all surrounded by the team name, Rangers Football Club.
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Their unorthodox style led to the team adopting an unofficial motto coined by 1st baseman Tony Clark ; " Anybody, Anytime.
The circular badge was modernised in 1969 ; the lion rampant, team name, club motto and old style football all remained.
All uniforms have the team motto " All For One, One for All " stitched on the inside of the collar, and the secondary " Sword C " logo on the side of the pant legs.
The team crest is a circular logo bearing the team motto Sumatera Selatan Bersatu Teguh, which means that the team can be used as one means to realize the unity of the round from all communities in South Sumatra province, and is also the province's motto.
The motto E pluribus unum has been used by Portuguese football team SL Benfica since February 28, 1908.
At first, rugby union was the most important team sport of the club, the motto Droit au but coming from rugby.
The team was given the motto by Walter Julius Carey, former Bishop of Bloemfontein and a former member of the Barbarians:
For Grupo Sport Lisboa, they maintained the football team, the red and white shirt colors, the eagle as the symbol, the " E Pluribus Unum " as the motto, and the logo.
Sticking to the motto " never change a winning team ", Pandora once again collaborated with her creative trio of Ankelius / Andersson / Johansson and the result was this brilliant album, packed full of great dance tunes, which sold more than 500, 000 copies in Japan and went platinum there.
The team motto is " To the brave and faithful, nothing is impossible "; it is derived from the motto of the MacCarthy clan – " Forti et Fideli nihil difficile ".
War Eagle is a motto or battle cry of supporters of Auburn University sports teams — especially the Auburn Tigers football team — and, for all intents and purposes, for Auburn University in general.
The team is coached by Jeremy Barefoot ( 3x Coach of the Year since 2004 ) and the team motto is " Dedication ... determination ... DOMINATION!
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As a compromise, the MCC commissioned a trophy in the form of a larger replica of the urn in Waterford Crystal to award to the winning team of each series from 1998 – 99.
They won the first eight matches in succession including a 5 – 0 whitewash in 1920 – 1921 at the hands of Warwick Armstrong's team.
Australia's ageing post-war team broke up after 1926, with Collins, Charlie Macartney and Warren Bardsley all departing, and Gregory breaking down at the start of the 1928 – 29 series.
Bradman was succeeded as Australian captain by Lindsay Hassett, who led the team to 4 – 1 victory in 1950 – 51.
Australia consolidated their status as the leading team in world cricket with a hard-fought 2 – 1 away series.
Australia had lost 2 – 1 during a tour of the West Indies in 1964 – 65, the first time they had lost a series to any team other than England.
In the 1974 – 75 series, with the England team breaking up and their best batsman Geoff Boycott refusing to play, Australian pace bowlers Jeff Thomson and Dennis Lillee wreaked havoc.
In 1982 – 83 Australia had Greg Chappell back from WSC as captain, while the England team was weakened by the enforced omission of their South African tour rebels, particularly Graham Gooch and John Emburey.
The Australian team of 1989 was comparable to the great Australian teams of the past, and resoundingly defeated England 4 – 0.
The 2010 – 11 Ashes series is the only one in which a team has won three Tests by innings margins and it was the first time England had scored 500 or more four times in a single series.
In 1992 – 1993 a research team headed by Tim White discovered the first A. ramidus fossils — seventeen fragments including skull, mandible, teeth and arm bones — from the Afar Depression in the Middle Awash river valley of Ethiopia.
* 1942 – Frank Williams, English founder and team principal of the WilliamsF1 Formula One racing team
In 1997, a team of researchers led by John Gustafson from Ames Laboratory ( located on the Iowa State campus ) finished building a working replica of the Atanasoff – Berry Computer at a cost of $ 350, 000.
* 1948 – The Australian cricket team completed a 4 – 0 Ashes series win over England during their undefeated Invincibles tour.
* 1987 – The American male basket ball team lost the gold medal to Brazilian team at the Pan American Games in Indianapolis.