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Subject: Buckner's wasn't a "boner."

It was a simple fielding error, in no way comparable to Merkle's mental lapse.
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Date Posted: Tuesday, May 28, 05:15:56am
In reply to: MLB's first infamous "boner" occurred in 1908.... 's message, ""Buckner's Boner" had historical precedent." on Monday, May 27, 11:20:46pm

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Well, in a way, though tragic, it's almost a blessing the 69 year old, whose death was attributed to demensia, in his 'last days' wasn't plagued with reliving the worst day in his career, over and over toward the end. (NT)Richard Milhous "Boner" StaboneTuesday, May 28, 10:46:58am
Thanks for clearing that up for us, Prof. Boner.Your grateful studentsWednesday, May 29, 03:14:05pm

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