I think that ray Kroc was married because he hads 4 kids
In 1973, Randy Jones pitched in 20 games for the San Diego Padres, with an ERA of 3.16. He started 19 games and finished 0, pitching a total of 6 complete games. He threw 1 shutout and recorded no saves, ending up with 7 wins and 6 losses.
He pitched a total of 419 outs, facing 583 batters. He gave up 129 hits and 49 earned runs, including 13 home runs. He struck out 77 batters and walked 37.
he changed history by buying mcdonalds from the mcdonalds brothers and turning it into a fast food global empire.he innovated a lot of new ideas for his company
As of the 2008 season, the Padres have not won a World Series. They have played in two Series ... in 1984 they lost to the Detroit Tigers, 4 games to 1, and in 1998 they lost to the New York Yankees, 4 games to 0.
The most runs scored by a single team in a Major League Baseball game is 36, set by the Chicago Colts (now the Chicago Cubs) against the Louisville Colonels (which joined the National League in 1892) on June 29, 1897. The modern record is 30 by the Texas Rangers in a game against the Baltimore Orioles on August 22, 2007. The Rangers won that game 30-3. The Phillies are in the midst of scoring the record having 16 runs in just 4 innings of batting.
The first home run in Padres regular season history was hit by Ed Spiezio in the Padres first ever regular season game played April 8, 1969. The Padres won that game by the score of 2-1.
Ray Kroc, at 52 years old, invested his entire life savings to become the exclusive distributor of a milk shake maker called the Multimixer.
(see the McDonalds link below)
So, Ray Kroc did not "invent" the multimixer. Had he done so, he would not have to become the "exclusive distributor".
I believe the actual inventor (s) were Earl Prince and Ted Fredenhagen. Here is a nice history of Prince Castle/Cock Robin...
(see the rblandmark link below)
Nobody, it was Jackie Robinson, whose number was retired throughout baseball in 1997. The only player who still wears #42 is Mariano Rivera, The New York Yankees closer, who had the number before it was retired.
Rickey Henderson played in 17 games at right field for the San Diego Padres in 1996, starting in 15 of them. He played for a total of 363 outs, equivalent to 13.44 9-inning games.
He made 20 putouts, had no assists, and committed 2 errors, equivalent to .149 errors per 9-inning game. He had no double plays.
1, and his name is Chris Gwynn
The most runs scored by the Padres in a single game was 20 against the Expos in May, 2001 and against the Marlins in July, 1996. http://sandiego.padres.mlb.com/sd/history/single_game_records.jsp