Tug and Dexter, distant cousins to Murphy, the famous Billy Goat who was kicked out of the 1945 World Series, will appear outside Progressive Field at Gateway A at 9:00 a.m. prior to Game One of the World Series on October 25. Universal Medical Systems Inc., Solon, Ohio, the world’s premier provider of veterinarian diagnostic imaging systems promoting the health, reputation and well being of all animals is sponsoring the appearance.
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 24, 2016
Tug and Dexter, distant cousins to Murphy, the famous Billy Goat who was kicked out of the 1945 World Series, will appear outside Progressive Field at Gateway A at 9:00 a.m. prior to Game One of the World Series on October 25.Universal Medical Systems Inc., Solon, Ohio, the world’s premier provider of veterinarian diagnostic imaging systems promoting the health, reputation and well being of all animals is sponsoring the appearance.
The legend of the curse began on October 6, 1945, during Game Four of the 1945 World Series between the Cubs and the Detroit Tigers. Billy Goat Tavern owner Billy Sianis was at the game with his Billy goat named Murphy and even had a ticket for the goat.
Ushers asked him to leave because animals weren’t allowed in Wrigley Field and fans complained about the goat’s odor. Even owner P.K. Wrigley wouldn’t let the goat enter the park. Sianis was so angry that he declared that the Cubs would never win another World Series. “Them Cubs, they ain’t gonna win no more,” is what Sianis supposedly shouted.
Although the Cubs were up 2-1 in the 1945 Series, they would end up losing game four and lost the series in seven games. They haven’t been to the World Series since.
On the 46th anniversary of Billy Sianis’ death, the Cubs advanced to the 2016 World Series, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the 2016 National League Championship Series, and positioning them to play the Cleveland Indians in the World Series.
“The curse will continue and the rabid Cleveland Indians fans worldwide will join with us to insure no animal injustices are ever forgotten,” commented David R. Zavagno, president of Universal Medical Systems. “The Indians will follow the pathway blazed by our World Champion Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cubs will remain a cursed franchise!”
About David R. Zavagno
David R. Zavagno, president of Universal Medical Systems, Inc., is passionate about Major League baseball. His insights and findings on diagnostic imaging in animals appear in numerous articles, broadcasts and interviews. He is an award-winning author from The Society of American Base Research. (SABR). For more information contact David Zavagno at 440-349-3210 or zavagno(at)universal-systems.com.
About Universal Medical Systems, Inc. of Ohio
Universal Medical Systems, Inc. (UMS) of Ohio is the leading innovative supplier of computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) imaging systems worldwide. Headquartered in Cleveland, Universal Medical Systems, Inc. offers medical, industrial and research imaging systems from desktop CT scanners to ultra high field three-tesla MRI scanners. An affiliated network of research, development, sales and service teams supports every Universal scanner. For more information visit: http://www.universal-systems.com http://www.veterinary-imaging.com/
About Haulin’ Goats
James and Heather Kovach moved from the suburbs to an 1834 farmhouse to pursue their dream of learning to live off the land by growing their own food sustainably and organically. They raise goats and chickens, and have a small orchard and a garden. Haulin’ Goats goat rental service’s mission is to help Northeast Ohioans landscape their properties in an environmentally friendly way by clearing their land with goats.
For more information visit http://asyouwishacres.com/ or call James Kovach at 330-242-6731.
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