Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by Photog, Jun 16, 2014.
Tony was a player I always respected ... an overachiever.
Wow. Young man still. A true professional when it came to the game of baseball.
He was a ball player and a class act.
I had no idea who this was. I had to Yahoo it....here's the story...
Lol you know ever obscure "celebrity" there is that dies but have never heard of the greatest padre ever.
Not into sports .
No biggie I just find interesting how different some ppl knowledge is.
Once will having a few beers and whiskey I got into a heated argument with an Amish fellow. He just could not believe that ppl were out there that didn't like Johnny cash and was down right appalled that some had likely never even heard of him.
I've got a million useless facts in my brain. They come out during a trivia game or someone bets that you can't name all 7 dwarfs or all 7 continents, or Santa's reindeer etc. (Gene Autrey sang the reindeer names to me, remember?)
Opened this thread thinking Herman Munster had died.
That was Fred.......and he died long time ago.
2 best hitters in the 80's and early 90's Tony Gwynn and Wade Boggs. Hitters for average that is.
Johnny Cash - ICON
The funny part of that story is drinking with the Amish. Not to mention they aren't even supposed to listen to music. This Amish friend I had was not your run if the mill Amish though. Lol
Their funny as heck.
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