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I probably don't want to know the actual quantity of meat I consumed at the BBQ yesterday.
Gus Schmelz (1850)
Bob Coleman (1890)
Bobby Shantz (1925)
Mel McGaha (1926)
Dave Duncan (1945)
Jim Gideon (1953)
Rich Gedman (1959)
Steve Buechele (1961)
Dave Martinez (1964)
Brian Shouse (1968)
Brian Looney (1969)
Sean Doolittle (1986)
Gus Schmelz managed several teams in the late 19th century. He is one of the few who became a manager without having played professionally.
Bob Coleman managed in the minor leagues for thirty-five years. He had the most wins as a minor league manager when he retired, 2,496, a mark since passed by Stan Wasiak.
Former Knicks player Mel McGaha was the manager of the Kansas City Athletics from 1964-1965.
Have a work function (fully outdoors) today. Postponed from a year and a half ago.
The Wind Surge is swept. The Kernels take a lead. Jose Miranda and Beau Burrows lead the Saints.
Pat Malone (1902)
Phil Rizzuto (1917)
Johnny Sain (1917)
Sal Butera (1952)
Glenn Hubbard (1957)
Geno Petralli (1959)
Tony Womack (1969)
David Weathers (1969)
Oscar Munoz (1969)
Wil Nieves (1977)
Joel Pineiro (1978)
Rocco Baldelli (1981)
Vance Worley (1987)
Ben Rortvedt (1997)
I really shoulda played ol' Bill sometime sooner than this
Berríos takes on the Twins again. Game in progress.
As mentioned earlier this week, sometimes one encounters a musical act in a venue or circumstance other than a concert. Shows that aren't, as it were (or weren't?).
The one that sticks out in my mind is Aerosmith, Britney Spears, and Aretha Franklin, at an NFL kickoff show. And another time I kind of stumbled across Live playing at some event blocked out near the U.S. Capitol, and checked that out for a few songs.
Who are some of those artists for you? When and where? Also lists of 10 songs, if you want to drop 'em.
B. J. Boyd and Mark Contreras lead the Saints.