Tuesday, April 27, 2021

In the words of Bowie (David, not Kuhn), where are we now?

 Or more to the point, when? 








6 comments:

Carl J. Weitz said...

I didn't realize (mostly forgot) that Repoz played as long as he did. Over 2100 at bats. As a lefty with a career BA of .224 and .314 OBP, he could bat cleanup on today's team.

Anonymous said...

JM,

They'll come out of it! I mean Mantle and Maris will start to hit right? Tresh and Boyer are pros. Ford is throwing well and has just made a couple of bad pitches a game. Elston Howard at .196. He's one of the top power catchers in the league. Pepitone is the future! He just needs to lay off the outside pitch.

Baltimore has nothing and Cleveland hasn't won since 1948. They'll fade.

Sooner or later the team will play to the back of their baseball cards. Right? Right?

Doug K.

ranger_lp said...

Serves as a reminder that in the history of baseball, no one on a roster with the first name "Dooley" (Horace Guy) has ever won a World Series.

HoraceClarke66 said...

Hey, 1966 was his best year! The right team in the wrong years.

HoraceClarke66 said...

And now that Johnny Keane is gone, you watch: The Major is going to turn this team around, just as he did in 1961-63!

JM said...

Love the comments. I laughed I cried. I laughed again.