Bill Bunkner. Damn him
I think you're right, Lou Gehrig. legend.
Mickey Mantle played 1st base in 67 & 68. That would make him one of the greatest...depending on the rules for how you pick.Gehrig -- the best career 1st baseman, hands down. (IMHO).
I have a Mickey Mantle autograph on a bar tab receipt if anyone is interested... my mother in law was the accountant for the establishment at the time.
Alfred Woodcock, we used to call him lumber-dick! Ok! Lou Gehrig.
John Garrett Olerud
The "Iron Horse" collected 2721 hits, 493 home runs, 1995 RBI's and posted a career .340 batting average over his 17-year career.Who other than Lou Gehrig can claim this title!
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