Dude Esterbrook (1857)
Irish Meusel (1893)
Mike Ryba (1903)
Frank McCormick (1911)
Jimmy Newberry (1922)
Roy Smalley (1926)
Bill Virdon (1931)
Howie Gershberg (1936) Jake Jacobs (1937) Julio Gotay (1939) Bruce Look (1943) Tom Egan (1946)
Dave Parker (1951) Tom Edens (1961) Randy Winn (1974)
Joe Kelly (1988)
Jimmy Newberry was the first black player in Japanese baseball.
Howie Gershberg was a long-time college and minor league pitching coach.
We would also like to wish a happy birthday to SBG’s brother.
Here we go. Two division heavyweights who have been eyeing each other all season, waiting to see how they match up in perhaps an early playoff preview as they finally get to test their mettle against the best baseball has to offer....
Dang, I shouldn't prewrite these game logs in April apparently. Yankees in town and while we all are familiar with the Twins disappointments this year, the Yankees are only 2 games over 500, mired in 4th place in the AL East, also besot with injuries. Jordan Montgomery on the mound for the Yanks and he's okay I guess, but definitely the Twins can tee off on him a bit. Big Mike Pineda for the Twins coming off a pretty disappoint start last Tuesday.
Will be a steamy one at Target Field tonight but our good friend Twayn will be there making sure everyone is fully hydrated, finds their seat ok, and generally acts civil. Hey Twayn, it's ok if you give the old dude in a crisp Jeeter shirsey the twice over. Those guys are always trying to move into seats they didn't buy.
As Twins affiliates don't seem to play on Mondays, Tuesday morning seems like a good time to look at how the teams are doing in the standings and at a few team leaders. In rate categories, I don't have a specific number of at-bats or innings I'm looking for--it's more based on a feel of what's enough to be relevant.
Some people won't like the Vampy Weeks Extended Universe either - and I didn't like his first solo album that much, the new one seems like it's better but there's no vids from it yet - but anything's got to be better than continuing down that other road
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Cub Stricker (1859)
Van Lingle Mungo (1911)
Del Ennis (1925)
Eddie Gaedel (1925)
George Brunet (1935) Joe Grzenda (1937) Pete Magrini (1942) Mark Belanger (1944)
Lenn Sakata (1954)
Don Robinson (1957) Carmelo Castillo (1958) Britt Burns (1959)
Kevin Gross (1961)
John Gibbons (1962)
Kevin Ritz (1965)
Dave Mlicki (1968)
Sadly, Cub Stricker never played for the Cubs.
3' 7" Eddie Gaedel is the shortest person to play in a major league game, walking in his only plate appearance as part of a Bill Veeck promotion. His great-nephew, Kyle Gaedele, was an outfielder in the Padres organization from 2011-15, reaching AA. Kyle is listed at 6' 3".