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JeffH

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Re: Cubs History
« Reply #901 on: September 22, 2017, 12:49:44 pm »
I don't think it has been mentioned anywhere else...did anyone else see how jacked Alfonso Soriano was when the cameras showed him in Tampa?

I can't even think of a comp...but his upper body was massive...

Yeah, that was ridiculous.
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Bennett

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Re: Cubs History
« Reply #902 on: October 27, 2017, 01:11:51 am »
Baseball by BSmile‏ @BSmile  5h5 hours ago
Great view of Forbes Field during the 1960 #WorldSeries from atop the University of Pittsburgh Cathedral Of Learning building! #MLB #Pirates
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Bennett

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Re: Cubs History
« Reply #903 on: October 29, 2017, 10:03:02 am »
Quote from: Otherwise boring ESPN article
For this World Series, Houston has an oversized replica of an old-time locomotive simply known as "The Train" that moves along a track about 90 feet above left field when the hometown Astros hit a home run or win a game.
The train has been there for years, probably since the ballpark opened.

Ron Santo thought the train was carrying a load of pumpkins.  Pat Hughes said something like "No, Ron, this is Minute Maid Park.  Those are oranges".
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