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Was he a good player before that, but no one noticed?
Am I missing anyone?
That's right, after Stanton, the only guy that the average fan may have heard of, the other possible ray of sunshine, is a future Benny Distefano. They have two catchers in the top 7, that sounds good ... they project as two career backups notorious for bad hitting.
He was traded to the Indians and was a starting outfielder in Cleveland for several years. Hall was actually a decent enough hitter, he had a 107 OPS+ for his career and hit 134 home runs. If I'm not mistaken he got in serious legal trouble after he retired, something to do with sex with a minor perhaps.
I didn't realize that pro baseball had another Arquimedes among its ranks. That is tremendous.
Our left fielder while running for it collided with a calf that had broken its tether and had strayed on the field.
Angels sign P Hiroyuki Kobayashi
There's a guy for Western Oklahoma State JC (low level juco power) named Sicnarf Loopstok. (h/t John Manuel)
Angels sign P/Hot Dog Eating Champ Hiroyuki Kobayashi
February 4 11 5 .688 ----
January 31 11 5 .688 ----
February 5 11 5 .688 ----
February 17 11 5 .688 ----
February 8 11 6 .647 .5
February 7 11 6 .647 .5
* Home Run Leaderboard: Babe Ruth (February 6) 7, Hank Aaron (February 5) 6
* Honus Wagner (February 24) leads the league in hits (24) and stolen bases (14).
In a game played when in St. Paul, a visiting batsman hit a ball into left field.
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