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Books, television docudramas, novels, films, interviews, and special reports...Patricia C. Hearst and James J. Bulger have inspired diverse media attention.

James Bulger's life has generated a variety of films, TV stories, magazine and newspaper articles, and books. Postmodern doctoral dissertations cannot be far behind. At the time of the game, several films about Bulger were in the planning stages and a couple of new Bulger books are being published soon.

Between the time Patricia Hearst helped rob a bank in April 1974 and her conviction for the felony in March 1976 two books were written and two films were produced covering her ordeal.

This cosmic baseball game was inspired by the different representations in the media of two very iconic Americans, who, as far as we know, have never met each other.





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Patty Hearsts
The Taking of Patty Hearst Shortstop
Abduction Thirdbase
Making of Tanya Hearst Leftfield
My Search for Patty Hearst Centerfield
Tanya Catcher
Ordeal of Patty Hearst Rightfield
SLA Gunfight Firstbase
Her Own Story Secondbase
Patty Hearst Pitcher
James Bulgers
The Bulger Mystique Shortstop
Brutal Thirdbase
Black Mass Leftfield
Whitey's Fall Centerfield
Hitman Catcher
Brothers Bulger Rightfield
Whitey and the FBI Firstbase
Street Soldier Secondbase
Whitey Bulger Pitcher

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Inn. 1: Patty Hearsts
[Starter] WhiteyBulger
TakingofPH        7          . . .
Abduction         1B         . . X
MakingofTanyaH    1B         . X X
*SB:Abduction     SB         X X .
*SB:MakingofTanyaHSB         X X .
MySearchforPH     9 SACF     X . . 1
Tanya             4-3        X . .
     Inn. 1: James Bulgers
[Starter] PattyHearst
BulgerMystique    BB         . . X
Brutal            HR         . . . 2
BlackMass         K          . . .
WhiteysFall       1-3        . . .
Hitman            7          . . .
     Inn. 2: Patty Hearsts
OrdealofPH        1B         . . X
SLAGunfight       E-4        . X X
HerOwnStory       9          . X X
PattyHearst       1-3 SAC    X X .
TakingofPH        1B         . X . 2
                  WP         X . .
Abduction         4          X . .
     Inn. 2: James Bulgers
BrothersBulger    1B         . . X
WhiteyandtheFBI   1B         . X X
StreetSoldier     K          . X X
WhiteyBulger      1-3 SAC    X X .
BulgerMystique    BB         X X X
Brutal            BB         X X X 1
BlackMass         4-3        X X .
     Inn. 3: Patty Hearsts
MakingofTanyaH    1B         . . X
MySearchforPH     K          . . X
Tanya             1B         . X X
OrdealofPH        9          . X X
SLAGunfight       4UN F      X . X
     Inn. 3: James Bulgers
WhiteysFall       K          . . .
Hitman            K          . . .
BrothersBulger    4-3        . . .
     Inn. 4: Patty Hearsts
HerOwnStory       1B         . . X
PattyHearst       5-3 SAC    . X .
TakingofPH        4-3        X . .
Abduction         K          X . .
     Inn. 4: James Bulgers
WhiteyandtheFBI   K          . . .
StreetSoldier     9          . . .
WhiteyBulger      K          . . .
     Inn. 5: Patty Hearsts
MakingofTanyaH    5-3        . . .
MySearchforPH     1-3        . . .
Tanya             6-3        . . .
     Inn. 5: James Bulgers
BulgerMystique    4          . . .
Brutal            K          . . .
BlackMass         K          . . .
     Inn. 6: Patty Hearsts
OrdealofPH        8          . . .
SLAGunfight       5-3        . . .
HerOwnStory       6-3        . . .
     Inn. 6: James Bulgers
WhiteysFall       1B         . . X
Hitman            8          . . X
BrothersBulger    1B         . X X
WhiteyandtheFBI   7          . X X
StreetSoldier     2-3        X X .
     Inn. 7: Patty Hearsts
PattyHearst       5-3        . . .
TakingofPH        7          . . .
Abduction         4          . . .
     Inn. 7: James Bulgers
WhiteyBulger      6-3        . . .
BulgerMystique    K          . . .
Brutal            7          . . .
     Inn. 8: Patty Hearsts
MakingofTanyaH    K          . . .
MySearchforPH     3-1        . . .
Tanya             8          . . .
     Inn. 8: James Bulgers
BlackMass         2B         . X .
*EX:BlackMass (for PR)
*PR:CitizenSomerville
WhiteysFall       1B         . . X 1
Hitman            1-3 SAC    . X .
BrothersBulger    8          . X .
WhiteyandtheFBI   BB         . X X
StreetSoldier     2B         . X . 2
WhiteyBulger      9          . X .
     Inn. 9: Patty Hearsts
OrdealofPH        BB         . . X
SLAGunfight       BB         . X X
HerOwnStory       3UN        X X .
PattyHearst       8 SACF     X . . 1
TakingofPH        3B         X . . 1
Abduction         BB         X . X
                  PB         . X . 1
MakingofTanyaH    K          . X .
     Inn. 9: James Bulgers
BulgerMystique    6-3        . . .
Brutal            5-3        . . .
CitizenSomerville 1B         . . X
WhiteysFall       4          . . X
     Inn. 10: Patty Hearsts
MySearchforPH     2B         . X .
Tanya             K          . X .
*EX:MySearchforPH (for PR)
*PR:VoiceofGuns
OrdealofPH        6-3        . X .
SLAGunfight       7          . X .
     Inn. 10: James Bulgers
Hitman            K          . . .
BrothersBulger    4-3        . . .
WhiteyandtheFBI   HR         . . . 1

James Bulgers Win, 7-6 in 10 innings




Iconography at Wikipedia

1975 Chronology


While the Red Sox were becoming the best American League team in 1975, other groups like the Federal Bureau of Investigation were capturing Patricia Hearst in San Francisco and signing up James Bulger to play informer in Boston.

Patty Hearst would claim at her trial that she wasn't really a member of the Symbionese Liberation Army. She participated in the armed robbery of the Hibernia Bank in San Francisco because she had been brainwashed.

Patricia Campbell Hearst was born February 20, 1954 in San Francisco, California, the third of five daughters of Randolph Hearst and Catherine Campbell. Raised primarily in the affluent San Francisco suburb of Hillsborough, Hearst attended Crystal Springs School for Girls in Hillsborough. Later she attended the Santa Catalina School for Girls in Monterey. Rebellion marked her teens, a period that included fights with nuns (she told one nun at her school to "go to hell"), experience with LSD, and a sexual history that began at age 15. (Patty Hearst by Michelle Pratt)

James Bulger's brain had been dry-cleaned too, differently and more officially. While a federal prisoner in the 1960s he volunteered to take LSD as part of the U.S. Government's MK-Ultra program.

Whitey Bulger at dailybeast.com




Book Review of BLACK MASS


Patty Hearst at trutv.com

Book Review at the Christian Science Monitor

James Bulger was born in September 1929 and grew up in South Boston. By the time he was 14 he was in custody for larceny. He joined the United States Air Force and was discharged when he was 23. At age 27 he was back in custody for armed robbery and hijacking. While in custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons he volunteered to participate in an LSD drug study. The study, part of the federal government's MK-Ultra project also tested other criminals like Theodore Kaczynski and non-criminals...musician Robert Hunter and writer Ken Kesey also participated in project MK-ULTRA's drug tests. Bulger was released from prison in 1965 when he was 36 years old.

Bulger was first in federal custody at Atlanta Penitentiary (195659) for armed robbery and hijacking. There, according to Kevin Weeks, he was involved in the MK-ULTRA program, the goal of which was to research mind-control drugs for the Central Intelligence Agency, headed by CIA chemist Sidney Gottlieb.[10] For eighteen months, Bulger and eighteen other inmates who had volunteered to lessen their sentences were given LSD and other drugs. As a result of the experiments, Bulger is said to have suffered from frequent insomnia and nightmares.

He was then transferred from Atlanta to Alcatraz Island, arriving on November 2, 1959, as prisoner #AZ1428. He became a close friend of fellow inmate Clarence Carnes, alias "The Choctaw Kid". In November 1962, he was transferred to Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary (196263), and in the following year to Lewisburg Federal Penitentiary (196365). He was released after serving nine years in prison. (The Man from Southie, User ID: 1439883, United States, 06/23/2011 08:34 AM)




Patty Hearst at fbi.gov




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