Welcome! Login | Register
 

Three Men with Gun Invade Home Threatening Woman and 5-Year-Old—Three Men with Gun Invade Home Threatening Woman…

MA Smokers Pay Over $2 Million for Smoking in Their Lifetime—MA Smokers Pay Over $2 Million for Smoking…

Warren Questions Suitability of Health & Human Services Secretary Designate—Warren Questions Suitability of Health & Human Services…

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Sick Etiquette—Newport Manners & Etiquette: Sick Etiquette

Worcester Police to Step Up Efforts to Prohibit Alcohol Sales to Minors—Worcester Police to Step Up Efforts to Prohibit…

EcoTarium Opens Newest Exhibit Titled “City Science: The Science You Live”—EcoTarium Opens Newest Exhibit Titled “City Science: The…

Chef Walter’s Flavors & Knowledge: Swiss Chard & Chutney Strudel—Chef Walter's Flavors & Knowledge: Swiss Chard &…

Worcester Man Arrested for Trafficking & Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old Girl—Worcester Man Arrested for Trafficking & Sexually Assaulting…

Rhodes Announces Candidacy for Milford Board of Selectmen—Rhodes Announces Candidacy for Milford Board of Selectmen

Horowitz: President Obama - A Consequential and Successful Presidency—Horowitz: President Obama - A Consequential and Successful…

 
 

slides: Greatest Athletes In Central Mass History: Sutton-Worcester

Saturday, July 28, 2012

 

This list counts down the greatest athletes, alphabetically, from Sutton to Worcester.

It's highlighted by perhaps the greatest athlete ever from Central Mass (Bob Cousy), several old-time major leaguers, and a woman who made American skiing history.

There's also the man who played center field next to Babe Ruth, a woman named Bridges who had a bridge in Uxbridge named after her, and a baseball Hall of Famer called "Candy".

You don't want to miss the final installment of our countdown, from Sutton to Worcester.

 

Related Articles

 

Enjoy this post? Share it with others.

 

X

Stay Connected — Free
Daily Email