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Old 03-11-2019, 09:01 PM
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Default OT player who looks the least like an athlete

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Leard definitely needs more practice in the batting cage.

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Same set, same team

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Here's a couple who could have almost been tools of ignorance brothers.

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I guess the late 50's was the time for these guys:

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I always thought there was never a player that looked less athletic than Eddie Collins as depicted in his W575-2 card. For one of the best 2nd Basemen of all time just imagine how good he would have been had god given him shoulders!

I don't have a scan handy but here he is...
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It must be the glasses? Bob Veale was a very large intimidating (6'6"" 212 lb) athletic guy. He was considered to be one of the hardest throwing pitchers of his era. He was also recruited by the Harlem Globe Trotters.
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I resent you picking on a guy that played for a semi-pro league in my hometown, George Alusik.

George was a tall (6'3") skinny guy, who could hit the ball a long distance. And, was a very good Outfielder.
His claim to fame was when he played for the KC A's, Alusik hit HR's in five consecutive games. A record he
held with the A's for 44 years until it was finally broken by Frank Thomas (playing for the A's) in 2006.


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Hey guy,

I resent you picking on a guy that played for a semi-pro league in my hometown, George Alusik.

George was a tall (6'3") skinny guy, who could hit the ball a long distance. And, was a very good Outfielder.
His claim to fame was when he played for the KC A's, Alusik hit HR's in five consecutive games. A record he
held with the A's for 44 years until it was finally broken by Frank Thomas (playing for the A's) in 2006.


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Could pass for Crazy Guggenheim at a charity BB game.
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That pic of Bartolo is hilarious! Thanks for thhe laugh Pete!
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