Tue, 17 September 2013
It would appear that only six MLB players have ever worn #60 on purpose, and they are: Scott Schoenweis (12 years), Dave Heaverlo (7 years), Manny Corpas (7 years), Rauch (5 years), Todd Coffey (5 years) Rocky Biddle (5 years) … a few at 4 and 3, but probably on accident.
Dick Allen (who wore the number in 1977 as a member of the A’s) is the career bWAR leader amongst #60s, with 58.74. Former Giant Matt Williams wore #60 in 1987. No baseball player will ever hit 60 home runs again*.
IN OTHER NEWS.... we make podcast for you, yes?
Musical guest: JULIE RUIN
Interview personage: Matthew Leach of MLB.com
Kinda bummed there aren’t more close playoff races.
AL Wild Card is shaping up to be a mess.
Are the Nationals trying to be important? We already gave up.
GODDAMNIT Nick Punto. http://bit.ly/16eKHUI
MiLB Playoffs: Do they matter? Are they indicative of system strength? (Astros, Angels)
A few thoughts on last night’s Angels beatdown
Wladimir Balentien breaking the NPB HR record?
Musical advice: How do you deal with the inevitable "musical differences"?
Direct download: PRODcast_60_-_Jon_Rauchs_Seriously_Subpar_Shattoos_and_Burgeoning_Bonanza_of_Back_Hair.mp3
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