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Paul Humiston


PAUL "LUCKY" HUMISTON

After playing high school baseball in Bakersfield with Ted Williams, among others on the Hawaiian Islands during World War II, Lucky joined the Nitehawks in 1952. He played center-field for the Nitehawks from 1952 to 1971.  Lucky was a member of nine Nitehawks ISC World Championship teams where he was named tournament MW twice. He also was named a Western Softball Congress All-Star four times and named to the ISC World team six times.  After he won his last World Title with the Nitehawks in 1971, Lucky went on to manage the Burbank Comets to an ISC World Title in 1972, beating the Nitehawks in the championship game. A Long Beach Fire Captain for 31 years, Lucky was instrumental in bringing the ISC World Tournament to Joe Rodgers and Blair Field in 1976. 

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