The Gray Hound
Speed on the Base Path.
Meet Brother John Williams
                           Roosevelt Turner Born April 2nd 1947 and Died September 26th 2001
The Gray Hound  Roosevelt “Ba Dog” Turner one of the fastest Bahamian to play the game of baseball in the Bahamas. Turner won the stolen base crown in 1972 with 48.1973 with 40,1974  and again in 1977 with 30. He also won the run scoring tile five years in a row & a total of six times, with 50 in 1972, 37 in 1973, 36 in 1974,55 in 1975,53 in 1976, and again 54 in 1978. he also won the 1975 M.V.P Award.
Roosevelt “Dog” Turner
                                            The fleet-footed base stealer known as by many names has lead the B.B.A in stolen bases and runs scored for many seasons.                                      A product of Our Lady’s Catholic Church School Yard, he played one year in Junior League and many years as a Senior Leaguer                                      It was interrupted for two years during  which time he played “A” Baseball for the Cleveland Indians Farm System before returning                                      home to finish his baseball career playing locally in the Bahamas Baseball Association; he represented the Bahamas at three National                                      Baseball Congress Tournaments in Wichita Kansas, in the local league as a lead off hitter Turner had the power leave the yard or drop a                                      bunt with the speed and power he had.                                 
Speed and Power, Da Dog Turner Process it all as a Lead Off Batter
Preserving the Rich History of Baseball in the Bahamas
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