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I remember when Wilt Chamberlain scored 10 points against the Knicks.
Like there could ever be great players with first names like Melvin, Gaylord, Ferguson, or Lynn.
while the Pats, Georges, Johns, Marmadukes and Hannibals are apt to wear stovepipe model straw hats, smoke Egyptian cigaretts [sic], wear white silk hosiery and have a fondness for grand opera, caviar, Keats and other forms of calm and pacific pastimes.
I still find it difficult to believe that Babe Ruth's 6 home run season was the record for so long.
Jon Jay played all three outfield positions last night...
1915 CLE trade Shoeless Joe Jackson to CWS for 2 players and $31,500. CWS also get a PTBNL
Denorfia has eight LF-CF-RF games in his career, two ahead of two Orioles, Jackie Brandt and Gary Roenicke, for the career record in games covered by bb-ref.
The PTBNL became Larry Chappell, who died of the Spanish flu in an army camp in France three days before WWI ended.
2011 SDP retires #51 for Trevor Hoffman
He then missed nearly all of the 1914 season after a new pair of shoes caused a blister that got infected, and it got so bad that doctors told him they had no choice but to amputate the leg.
(with an inexplicable travel day inbetween to make sure they could get from the south side to the north side)
They'll decide if it's money or cash soon.
Caught the O's in Chicago last night. There were only 15,000 at the game, and it seemed like more than half were wearing orange. Definitely the largest O's crowd I've seen at any of their road games, and it made for a fun atmosphere. A bunch of people are in town for both the WSox series and Cubs series, which starts Friday (with an inexplicable travel day inbetween to make sure they could get from the south side to the north side). Most WhiteSox fans were in shock when they heard the loud "O!" during the anthem.
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