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4 minutes ago, PaulFolk said:

Marty Cordova.

Was Chris Sabo pretty good for the O's when he was there? I'm having trouble remembering much about the team then. 

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16 hours ago, Moose Milligan said:

It's an attractive female name for sure.  If I was talking to a girl and she was like "...Oh yeah, my friend Taylor Teagarden is coming along too,"  I'd automatically be stoked.

Sounds like a villainess in an Austin Powers flick. Like Felicity Shagwell*

 

* A good utility outfielder name. 

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5 hours ago, Tx Oriole said:

Was Chris Sabo pretty good for the O's when he was there? I'm having trouble remembering much about the team then. 

I recall him being pretty terrible.

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5 hours ago, Moose Milligan said:

I recall him being pretty terrible.

They had Leo Gomez.  Gomez had an off year in '93, so they signed the 32-year-old Sabo.  Sabo hit .228 in April,  then got hurt.  Gomez had an .868 OPS for the year.  When Sabo came back they decided to move him to the outfield even though it looks like he'd been exclusively a third baseman going to through college.

He hit pretty well, but I don't think he was happy being moved to the outfield. After the lockout/strike he left, and his career was over in a couple years.

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6 minutes ago, DrungoHazewood said:

They had Leo Gomez.  Gomez had an off year in '93, so they signed the 32-year-old Sabo.  Sabo hit .228 in April,  then got hurt.  Gomez had an .868 OPS for the year.  When Sabo came back they decided to move him to the outfield even though it looks like he'd been exclusively a third baseman going to through college.

He hit pretty well, but I don't think he was happy being moved to the outfield. After the lockout/strike he left, and his career was over in a couple years.

But Sabo rocked the "rec specs" "spec" tacularly!

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6 minutes ago, bobmc said:

But Sabo rocked the "rec specs" "spec" tacularly!

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That was prior to Lasik, but after they invented sports goggles.  I guess contacts were not for sports?  And we'll never go back to those hideous 70s glasses.

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My boy Nate wears very similar specs to Sabo to play sports.

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Roch reporting that Caleb just signed a MAJOR league deal with the Diamondbacks.

Good for him........i'll choose to remember him for all the good times..........

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2 hours ago, bobmc said:

But Sabo rocked the "rec specs" "spec" tacularly!

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Ahh... Yes, the mysterious 6th band member of the Devo. 

Image result for devo

Go forward
Move ahead
Try to detect it
It's not too late
To whip it
Whip your corked bat good

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33 minutes ago, Bonecrusher52 said:

Ahh... Yes, the mysterious 6th band member of the Devo. 

Image result for devo

Go forward
Move ahead
Try to detect it
It's not too late
To whip it
Whip your corked bat good

Was he not a man?  

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