Satchel Paige was a pitcher and hall of famer for the Negro Leagues and for Major League Baseball. He played for the Kansas City Monarchs, the Kansas City Athletics and other teams. Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, said Paige's home was frequented by the legends of baseball. "The house at one point was majestic," Kendrick said. "It matched his (Paige's) personality. In many ways he was larger than life. He was the Negro Leagues. There will never be another Leroy "Satchel" Paige. It was a tremendous source of pride that he lived there." There were signs that an accelerant may have been used in the early morning fire at 2626 E. 28th St. The house, which had been vacant for years, was Paige's home until he died in 1982 at age 75.
Soğmatar which dates back to the Roman period was a cult center in which people of Harran were worshipping for the god of moon (sin) and planet gods; now this village is a curious combination of its ancient past and present destitution #mesopotamia
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