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Old 02-13-2019, 11:23 PM
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Eddie Gaedel wore 1 and 8

He even wore them at the same time as a fraction.

His counterparts would be Pee Wee and Yogi
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Joe D. also wore 9 briefly I think.
He did indeed, Ted Williams #.

Joe D wore # 9 his 1st year in the Majors (1936). Frank Crosetti wore #5 that year.

Not the answer to this quiz, though. Continue to think famous # 's worn by a ballplayer who was not that famous.


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A HOFer who wore two of the most famous numbers in the game, 3 and 42, was Alan Trammell.

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Cliff Mapes 3 and 7

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lefty o'doul. 6 and 16
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Cliff Mapes 3 and 7

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Cliff Mapes joined the NY Yankees in 1948 and was assigned #3. Babe Ruth's uniform # was retired in August 1948. Mapes then wore #13 in 1948. Mapes wore #7 in 1949 thru 1951.

Mapes was a big guy who could hit the ball a long distance, especially in clutch situations. His greatest achievements, though, were his play in RF. Especially his very accurate rifle arm.
I remember seeing Cliff throw out many runners at Home Plate when I was a kid. Casey Stengel platooned Mapes when he needed a reliable left-handed batter (or a strong arm in RF).

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Did I win a "Ted Z" cut signature?

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Hey Rob

No signature....better yet, how's about a reward of a T206 card of your favorite team ?


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Very nice gesture Ted! How about I donate it to your next trivia game? Thanks for the entertainment.

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P.S. But Im still searching for the illusive "Ted Z" cut signature if you find one!
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