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June 26, 2010

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Bravesfan

Warren Spahn, of course.

Tim Zinnecker

Too easy, right?

Source material here (1951):
http://www.nationalpastime.com/site/index.php?fact_day=28&fact_month=05

Eric Fink

One of my greatest childhood memories was riding in an elevator with Willie Mays, who lived in the same apartment building in Riverdale as my Grandmother during his late-career stint with the Mets. I was too shy to ask for an autograph. But he did give me a nice smile.

John Steele

I rode in an elevator with Barry Bonds and his lawyer as they headed upstairs to a hearing to enforce his pre-nup. Bonds was wearing a $2,000 Armani blazer and plenty of gold jewlery -- which, I thought, was not the best look when trying to cut his ex-wife out of money. (I know, this anecdote doesn't have the charm of the Willie Mays one, but it's all I got.)

Cheap Jerseys

One of my greatest childhood memories was riding in an elevator with Willie Mays, who lived in the same apartment building in Riverdale as my Grandmother during his late-career stint with the Mets. I was too shy to ask for an autograph. But he did give me a nice smile.

Baseball Jerseys

well you write his homeruns, why dont you write his strikes and outs?

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