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Willie, Gaylord, Some Classic Expos, Casey, and The 1936 Negro League All-Stars.

 

During his 22 season Hall f Fame career, Willie McCovey played with the San Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres and Oakland A’s.

 

Gaylord Perry spent the 1978 and 1979 seasons with the San Diego Padres. He won the NL Cy Young award 1978 when he went 21–6 with a 2.71 ERA while pitching 260.2 innings.

 

The 1982 All-Star game was hosted in Montreal where 5 Expos were included on the NL roster. From L to R: Gary Carter, Andre Dawson, Steve Rogers, Tim Raines, and Al Oliver. Those are some serious studs to have on your team however Montreal only finished 3rd in their division that year that season with a 86 – 76 record.

 

1 month before his death 1n 1975 The “Old Professor” Casey Stengel managed an Old Timers game at Dodger Stadum.

 

The 1936 Negro League All-Star “East-West” game in Chicago Illinois at Comiskey Park. What I would give to been able to witness this. Seriously so awesome.

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~ by duaneharris19 on September 13, 2010.

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