Discussion in 'Sports' started by waltky, Jan 2, 2016.
Surprised not to have seen this until now:
What a career!:
Now that's a career:
A worldwide sensation:
Bleeding Dodger Blue:
Tommy Lasorda managed the Dodgers to two World Series Championships in 1981 and 1989.
1988. - Kirk Gibson's big HR.
1989 A's beat the Giants (Earthquake series)
Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton dies at 75
RIP Don Sutton.
All those home runs:
Baseball Icon Hank Aaron dies at 86
Aaron broke Babe Ruth's home run record of 714 and ended up with 755 but then Barry Bonds came and broke Aaron's record and ended up with 762
Former Dodger then Brewers pitcher Don Sutton passed away he wore 20 forthe Dodgers and won over 300 games
Barry Bonds cheated. Henry Aaron did not. Aaron is the all-time HR leader as far as I'm concerned.
RIP Henry Aaron.
Hank Aaron dies at 86; legendary ballplayer broke Babe Ruth's home run record
At what should have been the pinnacle of his long career in baseball, Henry Aaron was getting bags of hate mail — many containing death threats — and living ...
LA Times via Yahoo
January 22, 2021 2:14 PM
Nobody — And We Mean Nobody — Was Consistently Great Like Hank Aaron
By Neil Paine
My first baseball card was a 74 Aaron
He beat Ali:
RIP Elgin Baylor.
Lakers star, Clippers executive Baylor dies at 86
Elgin Baylor was an original Los Angeles Laker after moving from Minneapolis.
The university of Miami almost dropped football:
RIP Slick Leonard.
Leonard, former NBA player and HOF coach, dies
Bobby "Slick" Leonard, a former NBA player, Hall of Fame basketball coach and television commentator, has died at the age of 88, the Indiana Pacers announced on Tuesday.
7 bowl victories in a row:
2 national championships:
Now there's an accomplishment:
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