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seawolf17
Jun 05 2005 06:03 PM



Kaz Ishii



Marlon Anderson

seawolf17
Jun 12 2005 01:39 PM



A better Marlon Anderson?

Edgy DC
Jun 12 2005 01:46 PM


Marlon Anderson was looking fastball. He got a fastball:


Marlon Anderson slides home with the bacon.


Cliff sends 'em home.


Cliff and Willy share a moment.


"Cliff, I adore you. You have the power. Please bless my baby!"


Carlos Beltran at 80%.


Kris Benson moving ahead in the Benson Bunch standings.


Young Mets fan Brandon Jones should have written "Feliz Cumpleanos." His dad, Steve, missed a teachable moment.

The Mets are wearing blue hats and pinnies for the second consecutive day today. Wow.

Edgy DC
Jun 15 2005 04:24 PM



seawolf17
Jul 04 2005 04:54 PM

a better 58x80 Mike Bordick

seawolf17
Jul 08 2005 09:38 AM

A better Bobby Klaus?

seawolf17
Jul 20 2005 01:36 PM



A color Hot Rod Kanehl

Johnny Dickshot
Jul 23 2005 06:19 PM



In case you were looking for blue hats and toungues sticking out.

seawolf17
Jul 25 2005 01:06 PM



a better Frank Tanana

...

or is that Elrond during his days as a Mets prospect?

seawolf17
Aug 16 2005 10:14 AM



Chris Jones

Giant Squidlike Creature
Oct 06 2005 11:33 AM

Bump.

This may be more useful active rather than archived.

seawolf17
Nov 04 2005 04:28 PM

Jesse Gonder



I have no idea who Jesse Gonder is. When I saw that I was now Jesse Gonder, my first thought was "What the hell is a Jesse Gonder, and how the hell is he so high on this rankings list?" I thought maybe someone made him up. But it turns out he was a real player. With a real black & white photo on the UMDB. So I'm here doing my job as an Associate Photo Archivist for the UMDB. It's all good. Sorry, Jesse, that I never knew who you were. He's another case of a guy who was the most popular lookup on the UMDB only once; a few days after he died, last November.

TheOldMole
Nov 04 2005 05:49 PM

From memory - not looking it up...wasn't Jesse Gonder, like Vic Power, on track for being the first African-American Yankee?