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Old 05-23-2019, 06:34 AM   #1141
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Old 05-27-2019, 11:33 PM   #1142
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Does Vada Pinson deserve to be in the Hall of Fame?

His offensive numbers are borderline: .286 with 256 homeruns and 305 SB and 2,757 hits. Add to that world class defense in CF. The only center fielder of that era with a better glove was named Mays. What do you think?
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Old 05-28-2019, 10:43 AM   #1143
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Life Imitates Art - JD. Hammer makes a successful major leagues debut for the Phillies

JD Hammer makes his major league debut (Sunday, May 26) a successful one. He faces the heart of the Milwaukee
Brewers' lineup and gets Christian Yelich to line out to right field, gets Ryan Braun to line out to left field,
before striking out Mike Moustakas.
With his signature Geek-Glasses and upper 90s fastball, throughout his minor league career,
the 24-year-old has drawn comparisons to the Charlie Sheen reliever character in the 1989 baseball comedy classic,
"Major League". Upon reaching the majors, those comparisons should only intensify.
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Old 05-28-2019, 11:20 AM   #1144
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v pinson i like good to great but no

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His offensive numbers are borderline: .286 with 256 homeruns and 305 SB and 2,757 hits. Add to that world class defense in CF. The only center fielder of that era with a better glove was named Mays. What do you think?
no g hodges dewey evans MUCH BETTER OF THAN RICE ALSO has better stats than jim rice fred mcgriff 494 hr's b4 vada
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Old 05-30-2019, 12:50 PM   #1145
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Pinson was very good, but not great

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no g hodges dewey evans MUCH BETTER OF THAN RICE ALSO has better stats than jim rice fred mcgriff 494 hr's b4 vada
After a September cup of coffee with Cincinnati in 1958, VADA PINSON with over. .300 four times in seven seasons through 1965, but he never reached .290 again in the final 10 years of his career (1966 to 1975). Pinson was a very good hitter, getting over 2,750 hits, but he's not quite in the Hall Of Fame class. However, he and Frank Robinson formed a mighty 1-2 punch, with them hitting in the 3 (Pinson) and 4 (Robinson hitting clean up) slots for almost a decade in their glory days with the Reds.


P.S.: Arguing the merits of players is more appropriately done on other websties such as baseball-fever.com. This website and Gambo and T_wil photopack are more focused on the pictorial history of the game and its players.

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Old 05-30-2019, 05:42 PM   #1146
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.......P.S.: Arguing the merits of players is more appropriately done on other websties such as baseball-fever.com. This website and Gambo and T_wil photopack are more focused on the pictorial history of the game and its players.
Sorry to contradict you...tnfoto, the moderator, has started this thread writing this:

"In an effort to maintain the focus of the Gambo and TWil1 Photopack major league player thread, this thread provides a home for all other discussions related major league baseball images, players, achievements and other notable milestones....."
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Old 05-30-2019, 06:07 PM   #1147
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he started it not me !!!!

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After a September cup of coffee with Cincinnati in 1958, VADA PINSON with over. .300 four times in seven seasons through 1965, but he never reached .290 again in the final 10 years of his career (1966 to 1975). Pinson was a very good hitter, getting over 2,750 hits, but he's not quite in the Hall Of Fame class. However, he and Frank Robinson formed a mighty 1-2 punch, with them hitting in the 3 (Pinson) and 4 (Robinson hitting clean up) slots for almost a decade in their glory days with the Reds.


P.S.: Arguing the merits of players is more appropriately done on other websties such as baseball-fever.com. This website and Gambo and T_wil photopack are more focused on the pictorial history of the game and its players.
Arguing the merits of players IM NOT ARGUING ALSO I DIDN'T POST THE THREAD SO BACK OFF !!!!!!
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Old 05-30-2019, 06:12 PM   #1148
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jd hammer makes his major league debut (sunday, may 26) a successful one. He faces the heart of the milwaukee
brewers' lineup and gets christian yelich to line out to right field, gets ryan braun to line out to left field,
before striking out mike moustakas.
With his signature geek-glasses and upper 90s fastball, throughout his minor league career,
the 24-year-old has drawn comparisons to the charlie sheen reliever character in the 1989 baseball comedy classic,
"major league". Upon reaching the majors, those comparisons should only intensify.
charlie's a mlb closer !!!!!!! Tiger blood
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Old 05-30-2019, 06:52 PM   #1149
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Arguing the merits of players IM NOT ARGUING ALSO I DIDN'T POST THE THREAD SO BACK OFF !!!!!!
Take a deep breath, Cheech (and ease up on the CAPS and punctuation). Nobody's pointing fingers.
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Sorry to contradict you...tnfoto, the moderator, has started this thread writing this:

"In an effort to maintain the focus of the Gambo and TWil1 Photopack major league player thread, this thread provides a home for all other discussions related major league baseball images, players, achievements and other notable milestones....."

Looks like you've got me "Dead To Rights" on this one, Keon. Or as Ed McMahon used to say in skits and banter with Johnny Carson "You are Correct, Sir."

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Old 05-31-2019, 10:30 AM   #1151
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Old 05-31-2019, 04:20 PM   #1152
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I keep wanting to say this is Marty Pattin, but then again I don't think so... anyone recognize this guy?
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Old 05-31-2019, 04:28 PM   #1153
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[ATTACH] [/ATTACH] not him s busby a guess
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Old 06-06-2019, 11:24 AM   #1154
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Bill Buckner passed away at the age of 69

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mystery Royal

Haven't figured him out yet, but the strong horizontal bars at the top of the K in KC suggest the uniform cap is from 1969 or 1970. Should narrow it down. Could be invitee to spring training, as well as major leaguer from those years.
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Having found another photo of Busby that has the same cap as the mystery Royal and shows the same gap between the front teeth, I think that Cheech nailed it with the Steve Busby identification.
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A tremendous loss to the baseball community and the world, Ray Peters passed away on May 4, 2019 at the age of 72.

Although his major league career was brief, Ray was a friend to many. He and I had swapped emails going back to 2014 when he came across a custom card I'd done of him. We talked about many things. And I was far from the only one. Ray was a real mensch, one of the best people I've ever come into contact with, even if I never met him in person. He made it his life's work to ensure that his teammates would never be forgotten. And, as explained in this piece, he was thrilled to finally get a Topps card of himself with the Brewers--the team he reached the majors with--earlier this year. It took 50 years, but he finally got it. God speed, Ray. I'll miss you.

https://offhiatusbaseball.blogspot.c...peace-ray.html
Mr. Peters was very informative and very nice. took time to answer questions if he knew the answer. he will be missed. my thoughts and prayers to his family. I have quite a few custom made cards of him that I have done and also others that had created them for me. was one of my favorite people.
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Bob Miller - Oldest living 'Whiz Kid' turns 93

Bob Miller, the older of the two living 1950 National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies "Whiz Kids" turns 93, today, June 16.

Miller pitched all or parts of 10 seasons with the Phillies from 1949 to 1958. Miller, a RHP debuted with 3 relief appearances in
September 1949. In 1950, his first full season in the majors, Miller earned a spot in the Phillies starting rotation in Spring Training and
he was 8-0 at the all-star break, but he was overlooked for all-star honors. He finished the season at 11-6, with a 3.57 e.r.a.

The only other living 1950 Phillies player, LHP - Curt Simmons (17-9 in 1950, but also overlooked for all-star selection) turned 90
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Curt Simmons - 1949

Curt Simmons is the only survivor of the NL Champion 1950 Philadelphia Phillies team other than Bob Miller. The Phillies uni he is wearing in the photo was the team's uniform in the late 1940s before they went to the now familiar red pinstripes look in 1950. The Phillies wear an alternate look uniform that is worn by Phillies players on certain day games based on the 1947 to 1949 model worn by Simmons above
The hard throwing lefty was a WORKHORSE who pitched just under 3350 innings in his career on his way to a 193-183 record.
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