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Old 04-12-2018, 03:05 PM
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Default Post a photo of you with a famous athlete...

There's probably been a thread for this but there may be updated photos, etc. This is me and the Hit King himself...
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Those who are famous athletes, please post a selfie.
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A few from over the past 2 years of baseball games I have attended.
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Wow Taylor! Those are awesome!
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Here are a couple. 1st up is me with Brooks Robinson circa 1983 at Arlington Stadium.

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Next is a shot of my wife and I with our twins Brooks Robinson Andrews and James Palmer Andrews at an appearance the 'original' Jim Palmer made in Houston in 1989. My boys were a few months old obviously. I'm holding Brooks, my wife has James.

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Finally here is 'my' Brooks and 'THE' Brooks at a show in 1996.

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I don't post a lot about things such as this since I don't do this much

But at the 2018 Industry Summit there is a photo of myself with Mavericks star rookie guard: Dennis Smith
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Ran into Mr Cub at Harry Carray's in Chicago a few years back. After I introduced myself, shook his hand, he came over to our table and spent a good 15 minutes with my colleagues and I. Talked hitting and asked personal questions of each one of us. Such a nice guy.
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Sir Charles and myself, taken in 1997 at the golf club I was working at (Scarboro Golf Club in Toronto)
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All hockey, Teemu Selänne and I at a Ducks Fan Fest, and Alexander Yakushev and I after a Seniors Hockey game here in So. California. I wore the CCCP jersey because Makarov was supposed to be there and I was hoping to get it signed, but unfortunately he was too sick to travel to the event. I did get my 1974 Summit Series program signed by some guys that were on the team then, including Yakushev and Vladislav Tretiak.
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those pictures and the boys names made my day.

my wife wouldn't go for it, since we had girls but if they were a boy I had Camden in the final list, for the Yards.

absolutely great. must be a great story when they run into the originals

Let's go O's!!!
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Much rather post pictures of my son, he is cuter than me.
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Damn, you've got my vote for Father of the Century. Of course, that means there are still more than 80 years left for someone to beat you, but still.
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With Whitlow Wyatt at his daughter's wedding...about 1972 I think

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This one might not qualify...

That's me pitching to Lars Frederiksen from the band Rancid in the Metrodome after a bunch of us "snuck" in...

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Hey Doug, I started the thread and I say it is fair as it is baseball themed.
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Here's my daughter Mary with Johan Santana:




And myself with David Wright:

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I had a chance to invite Notre Dame great and Heisman winner Johnny Lattner to be a signer at a small card show we produced at a suburban Chicago shopping mall. He showed up ahead of schedule, found me behind the table and we talked for a few minutes before I realized he had pushed a K-Mart shopping cart in with him. I looked down and in that red cart sat his Heisman Trophy that he won in 1953. I could not believe I was standing next to that iconic trophy in a red shopping cart.

I made a comment about it and he said it was really no big deal, he knew Jay Berwanger used his to prop open his door leading from his house to his garage.

A few Nationals ago in Chicago I was browsing the show floor and saw that an auction company was selling off much of the Goose Gossage collection so I stopped to take a look. It was then I realized that, sitting behind the counter was none other than Gossage himself. I patiently waited and did not disturb him and he noticed me standing there. He stood up, came around the table and happily posed for a photo with me.
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I will never tire of sharing this photo of myself and some random hockey player. He was at a Spokane Indians game. His son was signing with the Cubs, whose farm team was playing Spokane, and he was meeting with team officials. Something like that.

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I will never tire of sharing this photo of myself and some random hockey player. He was at a Spokane Indians game. His son was signing with the Cubs, whose farm team was playing Spokane, and he was meeting with team officials. Something like that.



Something I never thought I would see: Gretzky will a sunburn!
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I think this guy ended up being halfway decent

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Not sure who that Rockies player is? Todd Helton?
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Not sure if you're kidding, but the guy with the mullet is Jaromir Jagr.
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Wow, three posts with hockey stars!
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Here are a couple. 1st up is me with Brooks Robinson circa 1983 at Arlington Stadium.

Next is a shot of my wife and I with our twins Brooks Robinson Andrews and James Palmer Andrews at an appearance the 'original' Jim Palmer made in Houston in 1989. My boys were a few months old obviously. I'm holding Brooks, my wife has James.

Finally here is 'my' Brooks and 'THE' Brooks at a show in 1996.
Love the photos with you, your family and Brooks. Especially like the Brooks/Brooks photo! By the way my son is Brooks as well; what a coincidence...
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Old 04-14-2018, 04:47 PM
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Here are a few encounters, including a beating at the hands of Randy White.
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Something I never thought I would see: Gretzky will a sunburn!
LOL. Never thought about that

Gretzky was incredibly gracious and nice. He accommodated every photo and autograph request all night and refused multiple attempts to move him into a less conspicuous seat. I was over the moon meeting him. Only Steve Yzerman would rank higher were I to ever meet him.
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The Mets graciously invited me to attend the press conference where they announced the signing of Todd Frazier. After he spoke to the media he spotted me, and we spoke briefly about how we needed to turn thumbs-down into thumbs-up. (Frazier promised me that they'd do something, and that developed into the salt-and-pepper grinder. It may be early in the season, but the Mets ARE 11-2, so if it works, I'm down with it... but I digress.)

I wasn't part of the actual press conference, despite rumors to the contrary, and I don't think even Frazier knew I was going to be there. I loved how the photographers rushed to get pictures of us once they saw that we were chatting. This photo shows us doing a thumb-bump - a fist-bump with the thumbs up.



I also got a pretty cool piece of memorabilia - note the placard with my name on it on the back of the chair. It also says "Thumbs Down Guy" underneath my name. A nice touch, because the Mets could have just as easily put up a generic "Reserved" sign on my seat.
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That's AWESOME Gary! You're sure getting more than your allotted fifteen minutes.

Todd Frazier seems to be just what the Mets needed (along with a healthy pitching staff). I've read he is a great 'clubhouse guy'.
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I know...I was being silly.
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This is a young me with the Say Hey Kid circa 1968
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Awesome Pic Ed.
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me and The Dream circa 1999...

it would be nice if I could figure out how to get a picture that was taken vertically, saved and uploaded vertically, would somehow show up vertical!! I'm the most technologically illiterate people on the planet...and it shows!! Anyhow, that's me and the Dream taken many, many moons ago.
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me and The Dream circa 1999...

it would be nice if I could figure out how to get a picture that was taken vertically, saved and uploaded vertically, would somehow show up vertical!! I'm the most technologically illiterate people on the planet...and it shows!! Anyhow, that's me and the Dream taken many, many moons ago.
Here you go...
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Here you go...
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Marc- I was hoping you’d post that photo...that’s what we call a “mic drop”.
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Not me, but my Uncle Sam with Mickey Mantle and Dizzy Trout in 1958.
Trout is the second one up from Mick and my Uncle Sam is the furthest away from Mick.
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Here's me with a man who told me his original career ambition was to be the announcer for the Detroit Tigers. He ended up going another route I believe.
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Glenn-Who is that?
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Did Dr. Jack kill this thread....?
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Um, apparently.

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Marc- I was hoping you’d post that photo...that’s what we call a “mic drop”.
I was just getting ready to quote his post and write "Mic dropped." until I quickly saw that you had already done it.

Amazing picture!
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Yeah...picture with Joe D. kinda takes the cake.
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My nephews and I with Sidney Crosby during training camp of his rookie season.
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