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Ted Leitner Ted Leitner is a former KFMB News 8 sportscaster and former longtime radioman of 760 KFMB as sportscaster for the San Diego Chargers. He left KFMB and assumed the San Diego Padres play by play broadcast responsibilities with XX Radio.
Ted Lewis (musician) Theodore Leopold Friedman, better known as Ted Lewis (June 6, 1890 â€“ August 25, 1971), was an American entertainer, bandleader, singer, and musician. He led a band presenting a combination of jazz, hokey comedy, and schmaltzy sentimentality that was a hit with the American public.
Ted Lilly Theodore Roosevelt "Ted" Lilly (born January 4, 1976 in Torrance, California), is a left-handed starting pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. Previously, Lilly played with the Montreal Expos (1999), New York Yankees (2000-02), Oakland Athletics (2002-03) and Toronto Blue Jays (2004-2006).
Ted Lindsay Robert Blake Theodore "Ted" Lindsay (born July 29, 1925, in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada) is a former professional ice hockey forward who played for the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks. During his playing career, he helped to organize the National Hockey League Players' Association.
Ted London Ted London is the director of the Base of the Pyramid (BoP) research initiative at the William Davidson Institute. He also teaches an MBA course on the topic, "Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid," at the Stephen M.
Ted Mack (politician) Ted Carrington Mack (born December 20, 1933) is an Australian politician. He is the only person ever to have been elected and re-elected as an independent to local, state and federal government in Australia, and is often referred to as the "father of the independents".
Ted Mack (television host) Ted Mack (February 12, 1904 - July 12, 1976) (born William Edward Maguiness in Greeley, Colorado) was an American television host, best remembered for Ted Mack and the Original Amateur Hour. The program, a hit in the early days of television, set the stage for numerous programs seeking to find talent stars, from The Gong Show to Star Search to American Idol.
Ted Mann Ted Mann (April 16, 1916 â€“ January 15, 2001) was an American businessman, film who famously changed the name of Grauman's Chinese Theater to Mann's Chinese Theater when he purchased the National General Theatre chain that owned it in 1973. Born in Wishek, North Dakota, Mann started off in the movie business as an usher around the time he attended the University of Minnesota in the 1930s.
Ted Mann (writer) Ted Mann (born 1977) is an American magazine writer and editor. Mann began his editorial career as an intern at The Atlantic Monthly, after which he went on to work at the Philadelphia City Paper and the University of Pennsylvania Press.
Ted Marchibroda Ted Marchibroda (born March 15, 1931 in Pennsylvania) is a former American football quarterback and head coach in the National Football League. He was drafted in 1953 by his hometown Pittsburgh Steelers as quarterback and finished his career with the Chicago Cardinals.
Ted Martinez Teodoro Noel (Encarnacion) Martinez (born December 10, 1947 in Santa Cruz de Barahona, Dominican Republic) was a Shortstop and Second Baseman for the New York Mets (1970-74), St. Louis Cardinals (1975), Oakland Athletics (1975) and Los Angeles Dodgers (1977-79).
Ted Matthews Ted Matthews, born 1964-11-08, in Detroit, Michigan, is an American pornographic actor (porn star) and model who appeared in gay pornography, both in gay pornographic movies and gay pornographic magazines. He started making in the early 1990s.
Ted McCarty Ted McCarty was a pioneer of electric guitar design and production, which began when he was President of the of Gibson Guitar Corporation. During his tenure, Les Paul's electric guitar design, the first solid-body guitar produced by Gibson, came to fruition.
Ted McDonald Edgar Arthur McDonald, born January 6, 1891, at Launceston, Tasmania, and died July 22, 1937, in a road accident at Blackrod, Bolton, Lancashire was a cricketer who played for Victoria, Lancashire and Australia.
Ted Moult Ted Moult (real name Edward Moult) (February 11, 1926 â€“ September 3, 1986) was a farmer at Scaddows Farm near Ticknall, Derbyshire, who became a radio and television personality known for his warm Derbyshire accent and earthy humour, with appearances on discussion programmes such as Any Questions and panel games such as Ask Me Another. Moult is perhaps best known for his series of adverts for Everest Double Glazing in the 1980s.
Ted Mulry Ted Mulry (September 2, 1947 â€“ September 1, 2001) was a British-born singer, songwriter and musician who achieved success in Australia firstly, as a solo performer, and then leading his own band Ted Mulry Gang, sometimes officially credited as just TMG.
Ted Naifeh Ted Naifeh is an American comic book writer and artist who gained notoriety for his elegant illustrations in the goth romance comic Gloomcookie. Naifeh has since become most known for his Eisner Award-nominated series Courtney Crumrin for Oni Press.
Ted Nealon Ted Nealon (born 1 November, 1929) was an Irish Fine Gael politician. He was first elected to DĂˇil Ă‰ireann in the 1981 general election as a TD for Sligo-Leitrim, and was re-elected at each successive election until he retired from politics at the 1997 general election.
Ted Nebbeling Ted Nebbeling is a former British Columbia Legislative Assembly Member and former Minister of State for the 2010 Winter Olympics. He married Jan Holmberg, his partner of 32 years, on November 15, 2003, in one of the world's first same-sex weddings of a serving cabinet minister.
Ted North Ted North (born October 3, 1916), sometimes credited as Michael North, was a film actor of the 1940s. He appeared in a few memorable films including the films noir The Unsuspected and The Devil Thumbs a Ride (both in 1947).
Ted Nugent Theodore "Ted" Nugent (born December 13 1948, Detroit, Michigan) (aka The Nuge, Uncle Ted, Terrible Ted, Sweaty Teddy, Deadly Tedly, Great Gonzos, Theodocious Atrocious and The Motor City Madman) is a hard rock guitarist from Detroit, Michigan, originally gaining fame as a member of the Amboy Dukes, and recently noted for his support for hunting and conservative political views.
Ted O'Neill Theodore A. "Ted" O'Neill is the Dean of Admissions at the University of Chicago and a prominent figure in the college admissions community, as well as a lecturer in the university's Humanities department.
Ted Peate Edmund ("Ted") Peate (Holbeck, Leeds, Yorkshire, 2 March 1855 â€“ 11 March 1900 in Newlay, Horsforth, Yorkshire) was an English professional cricketer who played for Yorkshire and England. Peate was one of the most famous slow bowlers of his day.
Ted Peters Ted Peters is a Lutheran theologian and Professor of Systematic Theology at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. In addition to his work as a theologian and educator, he is a prolific author and editor on Christian and Lutheran theology in the modern world.
Ted Phillips Ted Phillips, a graduate of Bishop Guertin High School, is the president and CEO of the NFL's Chicago Bears American football franchise since 1999. Phillips is the fourth person to serve as the Chicago Bears president following Michael McCaskey, George "Mugs" Halas, Jr.
Ted Prappas Ted Prappas (born November 14, 1955, Santa Monica, California), is a former driver in the CART Championship Car series. He raced in the 1991-1992 seasons with 26 career starts, including the 1992 Indianapolis 500.
Ted Radcliffe Theodore Roosevelt "Double Duty" Radcliffe (July 7, 1902â€“August 11, 2005) was at his death thought to be the oldest living professional baseball player (it was later discovered that Silas Simmons was born seven years earlier in 1895), one of only a handful of major league (considering the Negro Leagues major) players who lived past their 100th birthdays, and a former star in the Negro Leagues. Playing for more than 30 teams, Radcliffe had more than 4,000 hits and 400 home runs, won about 500 games and had 4,000 strike-outs.
Ted Rall Ted Rall, born 1963 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, and raised near Dayton, Ohio, is a left-wing columnist and syndicated editorial cartoonist whose political cartoons often appear in a multi-panel comic-strip format.
Ted Robinson (sportscaster) Ted Robinson (born on July 19, 1957 in Queens) is one of the United States' most recognizable sportscasters. Presently, Robinson can be heard and seen as the lead announcer of NBC's coverage of the French Open and The Championships, Wimbledon, a position that he took over in 2000 after Dick Enberg left for CBS.
Ted Rogers Ted Rogers (20 July 1935 â€“ 2 May 2001) was a fast talking English comedian and light entertainer (who originally started his career as a red coat entertainer). He was born in Kennington, South London and went to school in Lambeth.
Ted Roof Ted Roof is the head football coach at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Prior to his promotion to head coach on December 6, 2003, Roof had been a defensive coordinator at Duke and Georgia Tech, where he had been an All-American linebacker.
Ted Rowlands, Baron Rowlands Edward "Ted" Rowlands, Baron Rowlands, CBE (born 23 January 1940) is a Welsh politician, who served as a Labour Party Member of Parliament for over thirty years and as a junior minister in the 1960s and 1970s.
Ted Sadowski Theodore Sadowski (April 1, 1936 - July 18, 1993) was a middle-relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Washington Senators (1960) and Minnesota Twins (1961-62). Sadowski batted and threw right handed.
Ted Salmon Edwin Benjamin ("Ted") Salmon (born December 19, 1943 in Whangarei) is a former field hockey player from New Zealand, who was a member of the national men's team that finished ninth at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. He also competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
Ted Sarandis Ted Sarandis is a sports radio personality in Boston. Sarandis, who lives in Winthrop, is best remembered for being the host of the Ted Nation show that was broadcast from 7 PM to midnight weekdays on Boston sports radio station WEEI from 1995 until September 2005.
Ted Scott Flying Stories The Ted Scott Flying Stories was a series of juvenile aviation adventures created by the Stratemeyer Syndicate using the pseudonym of Franklin W. Dixon (also used for the Hardy Boys) and published by Grosset & Dunlap.
Ted Sears Ted Sears (March 13, 1900 â€“ August 22, 1958) was an American animator during The Golden Age of American animation. Sears worked for the Fleischer Studios in the late-1920s and early-1930s, and later became a storyboard artist at the Walt Disney studio.
Ted Selker Dr. Ted Selker (Edwin Joseph Selker is an American computer scientist who as of 2005] heads the Context Aware Computing Group at the [[MIT Media Lab and is the MIT director of The Voting Technology Project and Design Intelligence.
Ted Shackelford Ted Shackelford, born June 23, 1946 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is an American actor. Shackelford is best known for his role as Gary Ewing on the TV Series Knots Landing, which he starred in from 1979 until 1993.
Ted Shin A Financial Advisor with Morgan Stanley in Los Angeles, Ted Shin started his career in the wealth management industry at the young age of 20 while attending the University of California, Santa Barbara. During his high school years, he lived abroad in Seoul, Korea where he attended and graduated from Seoul Foreign School.
Ted Schroeder Frederick ("Ted") Rudolph Schroeder (July 20, 1921 â€“ May 26, 2006) was an American tennis player who won the two most prestigious amateur tennis titles, Wimbledon and the United States Open. He was the Number 1-ranked American player in 1942 and the Number 2 for 4 consecutive years, 1946 through 1949.
Ted Schwinden Theodore 'Ted' Schwinden (born August 31, 1925) was the governor of Montana from 1981 until 1989. Schwinden was Lieutenant Governor under Thomas Judge and defeated his predecessor in the Democratic primary in 1980.
Ted Simmons Ted Lyle Simmons (born August 9, 1949 in Highland Park, Michigan) is a former catcher/DH in Major League Baseball who played for the St. Louis Cardinals (1968-80), Milwaukee Brewers (1981-85) and Atlanta Braves (1986-88).
Ted Simonett Ted Simonett (born 1953) is a Canadian actor most widely known for his work in Canadian Tire television commercials. His character typically touted the features and benefits of products unique to Canadian Tire in a friendly, helpful everyday scenario.
Ted Sizemore Ted Crawford Sizemore (born April 15 1945 in Gadsden, Alabama) was a second baseman for Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers (1969-70 and 1976), St. Louis Cardinals (1971-75), Philadelphia Phillies (1977-78), Chicago Cubs (1979) and the Boston Red Sox (1979-80).
Ted Smallwood Store The Ted Smallwood Store (also known as the Smallwood's Trading Post or the Ole Indian Trading Post and Museum) is a historic store in Chokoloskee, Florida, United States. It is located at SR 29 in Everglades National Park.
Ted Stevens Theodore Fulton "Ted" Stevens (born November 18 1923) is the senior United States Senator from Alaska. As the longest serving Republican in the Senate, Stevens served as President pro tempore of the United States Senate from January 3, 2003 to January 3, 2007.
Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act The Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act is a United States law (section 220510 of the United States Code) that charters and grants monopoly status to the United States Olympic Committee, and specifies requirements for its member national governing bodies for individual sports.
Ted Strehlow Theodor George Henry Strehlow (6 June 1908 â€“ 3 October 1978) was an anthropologist who studied the Arrernte Australian Aborigines in Central Australia. Although he was considered a member of the Arrernte clan, he himself said that he was never initiated.
Ted Tally Ted Tally (born April 9, 1952, as Theodore Tally) is an American playwright and screenwriter, best known for the play Terra Nova and the screenplay for the film The Silence of the Lambs, which won him the Academy Award for Best Screenplay as well as the WGA Screen Award, Chicago Film Critics Award and an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America.
Ted Theodore Edward Granville Theodore (29 December, 1884 - 28 February, 1950), Australian politician, was born in Adelaide, South Australia, the second son of a Romanian immigrant called Basil Teodorescu. He was educated at a state primary school in Adelaide, but left school at 12 to work on the Adelaide docks.
Ted Thin Elk Ted Thin Elk (August 14 1919â€“January 27 1997 in Rosebud Sicangu Lakota Reservation, South Dakota), American actor, a Sicangu Lakota Sioux, who spent most of his life on the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation in South Dakota. He was 72 when he got his first role in Thunderheart movie.
Ted Thompson Ted Thompson (Born January 17 1953 in Atlanta, Texas) is the general manager of the Green Bay Packers, a National Football League team. He was named to the post on January 14 2005 by Packers president and CEO Bob Harlan, and thus removing then head coach and general manager Mike Sherman from the GM role.
Ted Tinling Ted Tinling (June 23 1910 - May 23 1990), sometimes known as Teddy Tinling, was a British tennis player, fashion designer, spy and author. He was a firm fixture on the professional tennis tour for over sixty years.
Ted Tollner Ted Tollner (born May 29 1940) is a football coach who has worked as a head coach in college football and as an assistant coach in the National Football League. He was head coach of the USC Trojans football program from 1983 to 1986.
Ted Tyler Edwin ("Ted") James Tyler (born 13 October 1864 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England; died 25 January 1917 in North Town, Taunton, Somerset, England) was a cricketer who played first-class cricket for Somerset County Cricket Club between 1891 and 1907. Tyler also played one Test match for England on their tour to South Africa in 1895-96.
Ted van der Parre Ted van der Parre (born September 21, 1955) is a former strongman from the Netherlands who won the World's Strongest Man contest in 1992. At 7'(213 cm) and 350 lbs (159 kg), Van der Parre is the tallest man ever to compete in the World's Strongest Man contest, and also has the lowest WSM BMI of 35.
Ted Wainwright Ted Wainwright (or Edward Wainwright; born April 8 1865, Tinsley, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England; died October 28 1919, Sheffield) was a Yorkshire all-rounder who helped establish the county at the top of the tree under Lord Hawke during the early years of official County Championship cricket.
Ted Walsh Ted Walsh is an amateur jockey turned racehorse trainer, based in Kill, County Kildare, Ireland. As a rider, one of his most important wins was on Attitude Adjuster in the 1986 Cheltenham Festival Foxhunter Chase.
Ted Wells Ted Wells, a litigation partner at the esteemed New York law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, is regarded by many within the legal profession as one of the top defense lawyers in the nation. The National Law Journal has selected Wells as one of America's best white-collar defense attorneys on numerous occasions.
Ted White (author) Ted White (born February 4, 1938) is a Hugo Award-winning American writer, known as a science fiction author and editor as well as a music critic. In addition to books and stories written under his own name, he has also co-authored novels as Ron Archer and Norman Edwards.
Ted White (politician) Edward Alexander (Ted) White (born 18 April 1949 in Southampton, England) was a member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was first elected in the North Vancouver riding in 1993 as a Reform Party of Canada candidate in the 35th Canadian Parliament.
Ted White (stuntman) Ted White is a 6'4" tall, massive American stunt man/actor who doubled for John Wayne, Fess Parker, Clark Gable, Lee Marvin and Richard Boone, among others. In 1984 he was selected to play hockey masked killer Jason Voorhees for Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, simply because the director needed a large man for the part, which he reluctantly accepted only because he needed the money.
Ted Whitten Edward James 'Ted' Whitten (born July 27, 1933, died August 17, 1995) was an Australian rules football player. Playing 321 VFL games for his beloved Footscray between 1951 and 1970, he became known by the moniker "Mr.
Ted Williams Theodore Samuel Williams (August 30, 1918 â€“ July 5, 2002), best known as Ted Williams, nicknamed The Kid, the Splendid Splinter, Teddy Ballgame and The Thumper, was an American left fielder in Major League Baseball who played 19 seasons, twice interrupted by military service as a Marine Corps pilot, with the Boston Red Sox. It has been argued that he is the greatest hitter in the history of baseball.
Ted Williams Tunnel The Ted Williams Tunnel (planned as the Third Harbor Tunnel, the Sumner and Callahan Tunnels being the first two) is the tunnel connecting South Boston with Boston's Logan International Airport. It carries the final leg of the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) under the Boston Harbor allowing direct access to Route 1A in East Boston.
Ted Willis Edward Henry Willis, Baron Willis (January 13, 1914BFI Film & TV database - December 22, 1992), commonly known as Ted Willis, was a British television dramatist who was also politically active in support of the Labour Party.
Ted Wills Theodore Carl "Ted" Wills is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox from 1959-1965. Statistically, he has been compared to Frank Biscan.
Ted Wragg Edward Conrad Wragg (June 26, 1938 â€“ November 10, 2005) was a British educationalist and academic known for his advocacy of the cause of education and opposition to political interference in the field. He was Professor of Education at Exeter University from 1978 to 2003 and a regular columnist in the Times Educational Supplement and The Guardian.
Ted Young Ted Young is a Fijian politician, who served in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase from 2001 to 2006. He was Minister for Regional Development from 2001 to 2006, when he became Minister of State for Provincial Development.
Teda The Teda are a Toubou ethnic group that lives mostly in northern Chad, but is present also in Libya, Niger and Nigeria. They speak Tedaga, a Nilo-Saharan language, and are very close ethnically and culturally with the Daza.
Tedcastles Oil Products Tedcastles Oil Products Limited is an Irish petrol (TOP) company founded in 1960 which trades under the brand name "TOP". Before a rebranding in 1998, the company traded as "Tedcastle's Oil".
Tedd Pierce Edward Stacey "Tedd" Pierce III (August 12, 1906, â€“ February 19, 1972), was an American animated cartoon writer, animator and artist. Pierce spent the majority of his career as a writer for the Warner Bros.
Teddie peanut butter Teddie peanut butter is a typical American peanut butter which only uses roasted peanuts and salt as the ingredients in its "smooth" style. It is non-homogenized, contains no preservatives, and has 190 calories per 2 Tbsp (32g) of which 140 are from fat.
Teddington Baptist Church Teddington Baptist Church is a lively church in the London suburb of Teddington. It has recently undergone a facelift to give it a new glass front and has a wide range of activities in addition to Sunday services.
Teddington railway station Teddington railway station is located in Teddington in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, in south west London, and is in Travelcard Zone 6. The station is operated by South West Trains, as are all trains serving it.
Teddy and The Pandas Teddy and the Pandas is a band formed in 1963 as the Sensations in Beverly, Massachusetts. The band originally consisted of Al Lawrence on vocals, Billy Corelle on bass, Ralph Cooper on drums, Joe Daly on guitar, and Dick Winters on Sax.
Teddy Afro Teddy Afro (in Amharic: á‰´á‹˛ áŠ áŤŤá®; real name: Tewodros Kassahun, in Amharic: á‰´á‹Žá‹µá®áµ áŠ«áłááŠ•) is an Ethiopian music sensation and one of the most successful singers and song writers from Ethiopia in recent times. Afro's musical success has been credited to the powerful messages conveyed through his songs.
Teddy bear toss A Teddy bear toss is a popular Christmas season promotion at many minor and junior hockey arenas throughout North America. Fans are encouraged to bring teddy bears to the game, and to throw them onto the ice when the home team scores its first goal.
Teddy bears' picnic A teddy bears' picnic is a party for young children which involves a picnic and to which the children are invited to bring their teddy bears. Teddy bears' picnics may be held as a form of birthday party, or by primary schools or elementary schools or other organised children's groups.
Teddy Bear Effect The Teddy Bear Effect refers to the phenomenon where a passive listener appears to impart wisdom to a speaker without doing anything other than listening. People who ask someone a question expecting to learn something from the answer often discover the answer for themselves simply through the act of phrasing the question verbally.
Teddy Bear Kingdom The Teddy Bear Kingdom (Chinese: ĺ°Źç†Šĺś‹) was a theme park in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. The park was built in the basement of New World Centre, and was the first amusement park in Hong Kong to use teddy bears as a theme.
Teddy BenavĂdez Filipino Prewar Actor who made his film debut on 1936's Mga Kaluluwang Napaligaw aka Unguided Spirit. His first screen name is Teodoro Benavidez and changed it to Teddy when he first made his movie under Sampaguita Pictures in 1937's Bituing Marikit starred by Elsa Oria & Rogelio dela Rosa.
Teddy Billington Edwin Teddy Billington (14 July, 1882 - August 1966) was an American cyclist who competed in the early twentieth century. An all round cycling talent he competed in Cycling at the 1904 Summer Olympics and won a silver medal in the Â˝ mile and three bronze medals in the ÂĽ mile, â…“ and the mile race.
Teddy Boy The Teddy boy youth culture first emerged in Britain (starting in London, and rapidly spreading across the country) during the early 1950s, and soon after became strongly associated with American rock and roll music of the period. It was typified by young men wearing clothes inspired by those of the Edwardian period, which Savile Row tailors had tried to re-introduce after World War II: "Edward" being shortened to Ted after a Daily Express headline in 1953 first coined the term 'Teddy boy', which stuck.
Teddy Brown Teddy Brown was an American entertainer who spent the latter part of his life performing in Britain. He was born Abreham Himmebrand, in 1900, and first played in the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, but move to the field of popular music in the 1920s.
Teddy Concert Teddy Concerts are concerts of classical music performed by the Kings Chamber Orchestra designed for small children. They are designed to be interactive and participatory, with the children taking part in the performance.
Teddy Davis Teddy Davis is an ABC News journalist, who frequently writes for ABC News's political daily morning update, The Note, and usually hosts its corresponding afternoon podcast, AfterNote. His official title is "Field Producer.
Teddy Diaz Teodoro de Villa Diaz (April 1, 1963 - August 21, 1988), more popularly known as Teddy Diaz, was the founding guitarist of the Filipino rock band The Dawn. At the height of his career and at the peak of The Dawn's popularity in the late 80's, he was stabbed to death in front of his girlfriend's house by two bystanders allegedly under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Teddy Dunn Teddy Dunn (born Edward Wilkes Dunn) is an American actor best known for his portrayal of Duncan Kane in the Rob Thomas television series Veronica Mars. In season 2 of Veronica Mars, episode "Donut Run" was Dunn's last appearance on the show.
Teddy Ebersol field Teddy Ebersol field is located in the prestigious Beacon Hill area of the city of Boston. The Boston Red Sox foundation and the Esplanade Association in conjunction with the Hill House, a NPO, helped fund the 1.
Teddy Grahams Teddy Grahams are bear shaped graham cracker snacks created by Nabisco. Although they have had many incarnations since their 1988 release, including a cereal and the short lived Dizzy Grizzlies, the main flavors have always included cinnamon, honey, chocolatey chip, and chocolate.
Teddy Higuera Teodoro Higuera Valenzuela (born November 9, 1958 in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico - ) was a pitcher with a 9 year MLB career from 1985-1991 and 1993-1994. He played his entire career with the Milwaukee Brewers of the American League.
Teddy Hoad Edward Lisle Goldsworthy (Teddy) Hoad (January 29, 1896-March 5, 1986) was a West Indian cricketer who played in West Indies' inaugural Test tour of England. He was the captain in the West Indies' first home Test in 1930.
Teddy Kollek Theodor "Teddy" Kollek () (May 27, 1911 â€“ January 2 2007) was mayor of Jerusalem from 1965 to 1993, as well as founder of the Jerusalem Foundation. He was re-elected five times, in 1969, 1973, 1978, 1983, and 1989.
Teddy Kollek Stadium Teddy Kollek Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Jerusalem, Israel. It is named for long-time Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek who was in office during the time of its construction and was one of its prominent advocates.
Teddy Page Teddy Page, also credited as Teddy Chiu or Irvin Johnson, is a Filipino film director and occasional writer. Page began his career apparently as a very young man in the early '80s, directing low-budget action movies for producer K.
Teddy Pilette Teddy Pilette (born Theodore Pilette on July 26, 1942 in Brussels) is a former Formula One driver from Belgium. He participated in 4 Grands Prix, the first on May 12 1974 with Bernie Ecclestone's Brabham team.
Teddy Sheean Ordinary Seaman Edward (Teddy) Sheean was a sailor in the Royal Australian Navy during World War II. Teddy Sheean was posted on the Bathurst-class corvette HMAS Armidale in 1942 when it was given the low profile mission of landing commandos at Betano.