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August 30, — January 5, was an American professional baseball relief pitcher and the father of country music singer and actor Tim McGraw. He was the last active big league player to have played under legendary manager Casey Stengel. He got the nickname "Tug" from his mother because of the particularly aggressive way he breast-fed. McGraw graduated from St. For McGraw one of the most challenging aspects of being in the military was the internal conflict which it stirred within him. At the same time that he was finishing his Marine training, Tug McGraw's brother, Dennis McGraw, was staging anti-war protests at Solano Community College , where he was then a student. But even he, with his six-year Reserve commitment to the United States Marine Corps looming large over him, would admit that he was a " dove when it came to the way [the United States was] conducting the war.
Tug tours, tug talks, vendors, boat rides, live music, children's activities, fireworks. Tug tours, tug talks, Tug Chug 5K, vendors, boat rides, live music, children's activities, closing ceremonies. The Tugboat Roundup typically features about thirty tugs and other vessels including working tugs, historic tugs, mini-tugs, and barges. Over eighty vessels have participated since the festival began in Waterford is home to Waterford Flight, a flight of five locks.
Professional baseball player. The death of retired baseball player Tug McGraw from cancer at the age of 59 stunned legions of his longtime fans. McGraw was one of the sport's most exuberant and popular figures during the s and s as a pitcher with the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies. In , he led the Phillies to their only World Series victory.