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Aldo Notari
Aldo Notari (September 6, 1932 – July 26, 2006)[1] was the president of the International Baseball Federation
International Baseball Federation
from 1993 to 2006. References[edit]^ Aldo Notari, World Baseball Official, Dies at 74Preceded by Robert E. Smith President of the International Baseball Federation 1993 to 2006 Succeeded by Harvey SchillerThis biographical article relating to a European baseball figure is a stub
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Harvey Schiller
Harvey Schiller has been a vice president of Turner Sports, chief executive of YankeeNets, vice chair of the America's Cup 2013 Advisory Board[1] and president of the International Baseball Federation. In August 2014 he was appointed to the newly created post of commercial commissioner of the America's Cup.[2] In 20 December 2013 the USA Team Handball Board of Directors announced the election of Harvey Schiller as its new president and chairman.[3]Contents1 Education 2 Career 3 Recognition 4 ReferencesEducation[edit] Schiller is a 1960 graduate of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina and holds a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Michigan. Career[edit] Schiller was one of the executives in charge of World Championship Wrestling, while president of Turner Sports. He was the supervisor of Eric Bischoff, then-president of WCW
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International Baseball Federation
The International Baseball
Baseball
Federation (IBAF; Spanish: Federación Internacional de Béisbol, French: Fédération international de baseball) is the former worldwide governing body recognized by the International Olympic Committee
International Olympic Committee
as overseeing, deciding and executing the policy of the sport of baseball. The IBAF has since become the international baseball "Division" of the World Baseball
Baseball
Softball Confederation, the officially recognized world governing body for baseball (and softball). One of its principal responsibilities under the WBSC is to organize, standardize and sanction international competitions among baseball's 124 national governing bodies through its various tournaments to determine a world champion and calculate world rankings for both men's and women's baseball
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Robert Smith (baseball)
Dr. Robert E. "Ish" Smith, (born May 15, 1936)[1], is the former President of the International Baseball
Baseball
Federation, which is the international governing body for the sport of baseball, and the United States Baseball
Baseball
Federation. As President of the International Baseball
Baseball
Association from 1981 to 1993, he is the person most credited with getting the sport of baseball accepted into the Olympic Games
Olympic Games
as an official gold medal sport
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Aldo Notari
Aldo Notari (September 6, 1932 – July 26, 2006)[1] was the president of the International Baseball Federation
International Baseball Federation
from 1993 to 2006. References[edit]^ Aldo Notari, World Baseball Official, Dies at 74Preceded by Robert E. Smith President of the International Baseball Federation 1993 to 2006 Succeeded by Harvey SchillerThis biographical article relating to a European baseball figure is a stub
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