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Old 09-04-2020, 12:46 AM   #661
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He was probably the best pitcher of his generation.
He was definitely one of the greatest of that era. Jenkins. Gibson. Palmer. Carlton- Good times!
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Old 09-04-2020, 03:47 PM   #662
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He was definitely one of the greatest of that era. Jenkins. Gibson. Palmer. Carlton- Good times!
Fman, what about Sandy Koufax and Juan Marichal?
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Fman, what about Sandy Koufax and Juan Marichal?

Koufax was just a bit earlier than these guys, no? He was done about the time they got it in gear. I think Marichal qualifies though.
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Fman, what about Sandy Koufax and Juan Marichal?
Thought about both, but like John said, Koufax was done by then, and I just glossed over Marichal. I did like watching him pitch! He had like seven different deliveries. Can't think of anyone who has come close to that kinda fun since!
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Lou Brock Baseball Hall of Famer dead at the age of 81, RIP
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The one that got away... They've talked about that trade for decades as "the worst ever". I always heard Broglio had a sore arm- and the Cards knew it. Brock hadn't done much with the Cubs but really took off- literally- with the Cards. It woulda been nice having him in the outfield with Billy Williams for 15 years...
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The one that got away... They've talked about that trade for decades as "the worst ever". I always heard Broglio had a sore arm- and the Cards knew it. Brock hadn't done much with the Cubs but really took off- literally- with the Cards. It woulda been nice having him in the outfield with Billy Williams for 15 years...
Ya, that's probably the worst trade the Cub's ever made. The Blackhawks trading of Phil Esposito, Fred Stanfield, and Ken Hodge to the Bruins may have been the worst trade in NHL history!
https://blackhawkup.com/2020/03/27/b...ade-ever-made/
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Ya, that's probably the worst trade the Cub's ever made. The Blackhawks trading of Phil Esposito, Fred Stanfield, and Ken Hodge to the Bruins may have been the worst trade in NHL history!
https://blackhawkup.com/2020/03/27/b...ade-ever-made/

Well, I don't consider that the worst trade, because somehow Phil ended up helping start the Tampa Bay Lightning, so I'm very grateful. Go Bolts!
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Well, I don't consider that the worst trade, because somehow Phil ended up helping start the Tampa Bay Lightning, so I'm very grateful. Go Bolts!
It's not only Phil who was great but Ken Hodge scored 37,43,45, and 50 goals in 1973-1974. Fred Stanfield scored 20 or more goals in all six of his seasons with the Bruins.
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Famed British actress Dianna Rigg dead at the age of 82.
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I liked her Game of Thrones character. She was a real pro and made any cinema, or television she acted in, worth the watch.
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I liked her Game of Thrones character. She was a real pro and made any cinema, or television she acted in, worth the watch.
I preferred her in The Avengers as Emma Peel, let's just say that she piqued my pubescent interest!
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In a world of bad news, this ranks at the top. It will be strange to witness the depths of Mitch McConnell's hypocrisy.
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