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Posted by david
Comment on the player: Bob Oldis
  this is a comment
Posted by DBEGLEY55@Hotmail.com
Comment on the player: Bob Oldis
   I remember Mr.Oldis Playing for the Richmond,Virginians in the late 1950's and not only being MVP but he would take time to talk with a 10 year old about the game.I followed his career after that and was happy he was part of the 1960 Pirates.
Posted by Ed (Doc) Brown
Comment on the player: Bobby Winkles
  Would like to reconnect with Bobby. Worked with him at ASU. my email address is audned@sbcglobal.net
Posted by Ed (Doc) Brown
Comment on the player: Bobby Winkles
  Would like to reconnect with Bobby. Worked with him at ASU
Posted by billy
Comment on the player: Tom Hafey
  research
Posted by richardhiatt
Comment on the player: Phil Hiatt
  Hello, any information of Phil Hiatt the ex-National player, I never saw anything on whether he retired from all of Baseball including playing in Japan, I would like his present address or any information on him havenot checked any resources recently, Regards Richard R. Hiatt, E-Mail address is as follows; rrhiatt1@yahoo.com
Posted by gmg
Comment on the player: Barry Bonds
  hrs mers my favruited basketbal player evfor
Posted by K
Comment on the player: Emerson Dickman
  stats are just wrong; see any reference work
Posted by Tommy
Comment on the player: Geronimo Berroa
  Boy was he a bad player!!!!!
Posted by Scott Unes
Comment on the player: Jim Lindeman
  The Cardinals' first-round choice in the 1983 June draft, the former Bradley University star was a source of right-handed power off Whitey Herzog's bench during the Redbirds' drive to the 1987 National League pennant. When slugger Jack Clark went down in August, Lindeman stepped in at first-base, and finished the season with 8 home runs and 28 RBI in 75 games. During the six-game NLCS victory over the Giants, Lindeman remained in the line-up for the still-injured Clark, hitting a two-run homer in the sixth-inning of game three, which started the Cards on a 6-5 comeback victory at Candlestick Park. He hit .333 in the Cards' seven-game World Series loss to the Twins, where Lindeman faced-off against college teammate Kirby Puckett. His playing time limited in 1988 and 1989, Lindeman hit .209 and .111 respectively, before dividing the next five years in pinch-hitting roles with five teams, including a seven-home run performance in 137 at-bats with the 1994 Mets in his final season.

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