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Old 01-19-2017, 12:54 AM   #30041
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Pudge Rodriguez as a 'Stro or in his equally short tenure with the Yanks anybody?
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Old 01-19-2017, 12:55 AM   #30042
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Pudge with Houston (the one without a watermark is from Zimbio)
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Old 01-19-2017, 01:00 AM   #30043
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Old 01-19-2017, 01:14 AM   #30044
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I thought it would be interesting if forum members could dig up some photos to post to honor the three new Hall Of Famers, but not photos of the teams they are most associated with.- Instead please post photos of teams they had their shortest stays with.

Thanks. Bags at Spring Training with Boston would be my guess,
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Old 01-19-2017, 03:23 AM   #30045
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I thought it would be interesting if forum members could dig up some photos to post to honor the three new Hall Of Famers, but not photos of the teams they are most associated with.- Instead please post photos of teams they had their shortest stays with.
I'm a Red Sox fan. You just HAD to remind me of THAT $%^&*( trade, didn't you....
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Old 01-19-2017, 08:03 AM   #30046
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Jeff Bagwell

Here's another of Bagwell in the New Britain uniform. Not trying to rub it in for Red Sox fans; just responding to the request.
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Old 01-19-2017, 12:49 PM   #30047
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I'm a Red Sox fan. You just HAD to remind me of THAT $%^&*( trade, didn't you....
With Bagwell's HOF election, if not from me then somebody would inevitably bring up the subject of Bagwell's minor league roots with the Red Sox.


PS: Best headline I've seen regarding yesterday's election was:
"A handful of votes short of election, HOFfman eyes 2018."
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Old 01-19-2017, 10:03 PM   #30048
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Urbano Lugo UIN 1989

Need for the Pegasus list, Urbano Lugo pictured with the 1989 Expos in a Venezuelan card made in 2016.


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Old 01-20-2017, 12:07 AM   #30049
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Red Adams passes away at the age of 95

Red Adams, a universally respected pitching coach who shepherded the Dodger staff from 1969–80, died today at the age of 95. Funeral arrangements are pending, according to his grandson, Scott Bourbon.

Born in the Fresno County city of Parlier, Charles Dwight Adams pitched for 19 seasons in the minor leagues from 1939–1958, winning 193 games, including a 21–15, 2.72 ERA season with the 1945 Los Angeles Angels of the Pacific Coast League. That year, he also batted .349 with two homers in 126 at-bats and was named PCL Most Valuable Player.

He saw his only big-league action the following year with the Chicago Cubs, allowing 11 earned runs in 12 innings over eight games of relief. He was the oldest living Cub.

Adams became a Dodger scout the year after his career ended and remained in that role through 1968, before becoming the team’s pitching coach first for Walter Alston, then under Tommy Lasorda.

“Red Adams was a good pitching coach, no doubt about it,” Lasorda said recently. “He knew how to handle pitchers.”

In seven seasons from 1972–78, the Dodgers led the National League in ERA (1972–75, 1977–78) and finished second the other year (1976).

In another recent interview, former Dodger pitcher Burt Hooton called Adams the best pitching coach in my lifetime anywhere around.”

“Adams always had a way of making things simple,” Hooton said, “which got me back to simple got me back to who I was.”
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Old 01-20-2017, 07:38 AM   #30050
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Red Adams as a Cub

This photo was originally posted by Bearman14 approximately eight years ago on this thread. Given Red Adams' passing, it seemed appropriate to display it anew.
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Old 01-20-2017, 05:20 PM   #30051
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Johnny Barrett, c. 1942-1946 Pirates road uniform, the image is a cleaned sample from a scan of a recently purchased print. Tnfoto posted an image of Barrett in a home uniform back in 2010.
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Ed Bahr, 1946 Pirates. The image is a cleaned sample taken from a scan of a recently purchased print.
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Old 01-20-2017, 06:00 PM   #30053
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Al Montgomery 1941

Alvin Atlas Montgomery, 1941 Braves. The image is a cleaned sample taken from a scan of a recently purchased print. Previously posted images can be found here and here.
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Old 01-21-2017, 04:29 PM   #30054
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Phil McCullough 1942

Pinson L. "Phil" McCullough, 1942 Senators. McCullough was the last of four pitchers used by the Senators in a 13-4 drubbing at the hands of the Red Sox at Griffith Stadium on Wednesday, April 22, 1942 (a young Early Wynn was Washington's starter that day but failed to get out of the first inning). McCullough tossed three mop-up innings in what proved to be his only major league appearance.

The image is a cleaned and de-autographed sample taken from a scan of a recently purchased postcard. The original photo looks to be the basis for the missing player image submitted by bearman14 back in 2009.
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Former major league corner infielder Andy Marte died Sunday morning in a car crash

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Old 01-22-2017, 11:31 AM   #30056
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merkle 2 dexter press left i think jose vidal indians steve whitaker yanks thanks for YOUR HELP !!!!
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Yordano Ventura Dies In Car Crash

Yordano Ventura Dies In Car Crash - MLB Trade Rumors
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Elroy 'Roy' Face Is Now Listed Among Wikipedia's 100 Oldest Currently Living MLB Players.

Elroy Roy Face is now ranked at #100 - the youngest person on Wikipedia's 100 oldest currently living major leaguers list. He is 88 years, 11 months old (birthdate Feb. 20, 1928).
Face starred as a Pittsburgh Pirates reliever from 1953 to 1968. In his final season, 1969 he was an original Montreal Expo, during that team's inaugural year.
Face pitched in 803 games with the Pirates, 27 starts and the rest (776) in relief. He made only 4 starts after 1955, when he became established as a relief specialist.. Face went 104-96, .520 winning percentage, with a 3.48 earned run average and he Saved 193 games, 188 games with the Pirates. He hurled 6 Complete Games in his brief time as a starter.
He had three consecutive National League all-star team years
(1959-1961) and was a key force in the Pirates 1960 World's Championship team.
What most fans don't realize is that he signed originally with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1949 and was a Phillies farmhand in 1949 & 1950 for Bradford of the Class D PONY League (Pennsylvania-Ontario-New York Lg.). Then he was drafted by GM Branch Rickey twice - for the Brooklyn Dodgers after the 1950 season and then again by Rickey for the Pirates after the 1952 season. Face would make the opening day roster of the Pirates in 1953, and would make his major leagues debut in the Pirates' third game of the season on April 16.
Phillies fans have to wonder what he might have contributed to that team if they had held on to him and the team's front office hadn't misjudged Face's potential. Just as Jim Konstanty's relief skills seemed to wane around 1954 Face could have been there to pick up the slack and the Phillies likely would have fared better than their .500-ish team finishes of 1953-1957. Face would break Jim Konstanty's record of 16 relief wins (1950) when he went 18-1 for the Pirates in 1959, in a truly remarkable season. He won 22 decisions in a row - his last 5 of 1958 and his first 17 of 1959. His winning percentage of .947 in 1959 is the season record for pitchers with at least 15 decisions in a season and is unlikely to be broken as is Face's 18 RELIEF WINS, CONSIDSERING HOW SPECIALIZED THE GAME HAS BECOME. Although he was the prototype of today's Closers he could go multiple innings and in fact Face's average outing was about 1 2/3 innings. At just 5'8", 155 pounds, his trademark pitch was his deceptive Forkball. Face led the NL in Saves three times and he was runner-up in Saves three other years.
In 2002 Topps released a series of cards of selected all-star players from the second half of the 20th Century, reprinting some of their more attractive cards. Roy Face is pictured here in a reprint of his Topps 1959 card - (#339).
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Alvin Atlas Montgomery, 1941 Braves. The image is a cleaned sample taken from a scan of a recently purchased print. Previously posted images can be found here and here.
Now in simulated color!
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Solve an ancient Vault discrepancy

This long-standing case of conflicting IDs needs can be resolved right here.

This image appears twice in the Vault. Old, yellowed AX447 is ID'd as Ron Kline, but this is BF218 and it is ID'd as Tom Morgan. What say you all?

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