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The fall from MVP had been fast and hard. Since 70, his WAR is 3.6/2.4/2.2/1.3 so he had regressed to sub-replacement level player in the previous year.
Also, I mowed the front yard yesterday evening, so get off it.
I mowed mine a couple hours ago, so there!
Or maybe I just assumed Asafa Powell was Boog Powell's son.
Also, I mowed the front yard yesterday evening, so get off it.)
I used to think it was weird when a baseball fan would say, "I had no idea Player X was white" until I realized that not everyone collected baseball cards when they were growing up like I did. I'm sure without them I would have been painting a completely different image of certain players in my head. Who knows how I would've imagined a guy named Boog.
Baseball cards are probably why I'm pretty solid on anyone who played from 1990 on.
I can think of know other reason why I'd know Boog's full name (John Wesley Powell) as well as I know my own;
I also thought Steve Jeltz was white, though that probably puts me in a huge majority. I mean, his name is "Steve Jeltz". Next you'll be telling me Rick Reuschel was black, or Len Matuszak, or John Montefusco.
But seriously, shouldn't a guy with a name like Felix Hernandez throw left-handed?
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