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Joe Carter, Baseball’s Most Overrated Player Ever?

What does it take to be overrated? Maybe one incredibly important and memorable hit? Maybe a ridiculous over-perception of the importance of particular skill? Someone who’s read the title to this post must be thinking of Joe Carter now. 1,055 more words

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Happy Reds birthday, Tony Fernandez!

June 30, 1962

Tony Fernandez played for seven different teams in his career, but it’s always weird to me to see him in anything but a Blue Jays uniform. 31 more words

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Tony Fernandez - His New York Mets Career 1993

The Mets thought they had pulled off a steal when they acquired shortstop Tony Fernandez from the San Diego Padres in exchange for D.J. Dozier, Wally Whitehurst and Raul Casanova on October 26, 1992. 140 more words

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Tony Fernandez 1986 Topps - Sully Baseball Card of the Day for January 23, 2017

I really hope history is kind to Tony Fernandez because he always seemed to get short changed during his playing days.

When he emerged in the mid 1980’s, the debate over who the best shortstop was in the majors was between Ozzie Smith and Cal Ripken Jr. 705 more words

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Padres in no mood for jokes (1992)

SAN DIEGO — As the Padres cling to their National League West championship hopes, they’re losing more than games.

They’re also losing their sense of humor. 875 more words

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