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Surprised Ogilvie and Simmons don't get more love for their big roles on a legendary team
ben Ogilvie easily had the best looking wife in brewers history
I can't find any pictures of Mrs. Oglivie online. I don't understand why we even have an internet. Her name was Tammy Hunsinger, but that doesn't help.
Edit: OK, found one.
ugliest? dale sveum's wife. in a walk. holy bejeezus. a younger version of gene keady's wife sans suntan but worse features
It's not as if the 1982 pennant winner isn't properly represented. Every single member of the Walk of Fame that played/managed for the Brewers, save Hank (who's there because of his previous connections to the city), was a part of the 1982 club (Fingers, Yount, Molitor, Cooper, Thomas, Gantner, Money, Kuenn). Everyone else in the walk was either a FO type, a broadcaster or dates back to the Braves days.
I know it's not a storied history, but surely they can find some room for somebody from some other era for a 44-year-old ballclub.
Ronnie Belliard: 0 votes (0%)
Did Jeromy Burnitz fall off the ballot or get elected?
ugliest? dale sveum's wife. in a walk.
Someone explain to me why David Riske would even be on this ballot. He had a 5.40 ERA (78 ERA+) in 66 2/3 innings for the Brewers.
Yeah, how is it that Bill Schroeder is on the ballot (and receiving votes!), but not Chuck Crim?
Candidates have to get 5 percent support to stay on the ballot. I wonder if, as guys are removed, such as Burnitz, they just keep adding lesser and lesser players to fill out the ballot.
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