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52 Browns

March 22 2009 at 2:48 PM
Roger  (Login rnisly)


'52 Browns Which is your favorite?

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(Login PaulPaulPaul)

Re: 52 Browns

March 22 2009, 4:25 PM 

Satchel Paige.

Why did they leave him out?

Anthony N.
(Login Griffins97)

Re: 52 Browns

March 22 2009, 5:29 PM 

And Eddie Gaedel

Robert Young has a bit of that drifter serial killer look, doesn't he?

Bob Manning
(Login Theoldeprofessor)

Re: 52 Browns

March 23 2009, 8:16 PM 

Hank ("Bow Wow") Arft, possessor of the World's Worst Nickname

Stan ("Happy Rabbit") Rojek, runner up in the WWN category

Bob ("Sugar") Cain, who by some irony is with the Brownies just a year after pitching (as a Tiger) to Gaedel.

Marty Marion, Mr. Shortstop, who always seemed to me to be a better ballplayer than he's given credit for.


Dave Hornish
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Re: 52 Browns

March 25 2009, 11:46 PM 

Cain, but a fairly lackluster looking set of paintings for the Brownies overall. Kryhoski or Garver also aren't too bad but the rest have no pizazz.

Michael Steele
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Re: 52 Browns

March 28 2009, 9:55 PM 

Young: He does have that "serial killer" look. Is that a tatoo on his arm or excessive hair happy.gif

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