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Date Posted: Wednesday, August 18, 07:02:47am
Author: Bilgy
Subject: In those days they were called "Game winning homers". The term walk-off was coined by ESPN. It's a new part of baseball culture.
In reply to: apluski 's message, "Thompson's walk off won the national league title; Maz's walk off won the world championship. Outside of NY, Thompson's HR was a thrilling baseball moment. But it seems like family when our childhood baseball heroes die. It's always sad." on Wednesday, August 18, 12:21:06am


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  • Maz's HR also beat the a Yankee team! It is sad though when our childhood heroes pass, I remember feeling really sad when Walter Payton passed, Iron Mike Webster too. (NT) -- Seen on Miltenberger St, Wednesday, August 18, 09:02:31am


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