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There’s not much else really Let Me Check My Giveashitometter Nope Nothing T-Shirt . I go to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame in California. There are posters and plaques of him around the baseball field there. I saw him once there, but I was leaving and he was busy. ok, so now you have blown your story load. Now think back and consider whether you really think anyone else found it interesting. You may think you are interesting, but it is only because you are the center of your own little universe.
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I wouldn’t be so sure about that Let Me Check My Giveashitometter Nope Nothing T-Shirt . From what I’ve seen it looks like most of the players on every team have at least three fingers. Goddamn, a guy’s been killing it throughout his career, how long till he makes it up here? Also, why do guys 6 years younger than me have to look like they’re twice my age? Where are the Kuntz, the Titcombs, the Dickshots, the Clapp, the Stoners, the Glasscocks, the Poffenberger, the Manlove, the Bastards, the Spooneybargers, the Lowdermilk, the McSorleys, and the Dickpoles? Doesn’t this essentially come down to how we refer to people? I guess what I mean is that back in the day, you threw a nickname on someone and it stuck — the further back you go, the more that becomes true (“Pee Wee” Reese, “Wee” Willie Keeler, “Rollie” Fingers, “Old Hoss” Radbourne, “Three-Finger” Mordecai Brown, “Dazzy” Vance, “Home Run” Baker, etc.). However, in the current period, we generally defer to whatever the player would like to be called, and the nicknames become an aside. It’s also because creativity is dying. I really doubt Alex Rodriguez asked to be referred to as A-Rod or Francisco as K-Rod or Eduardo as Ed-Rod or Victor as V-Mart. I remember seeing a Yankee fan literally refer to Manny Banuelos as Man-Bel. It made me nauseous. We just suck at coming up with creative names that stick. Part of it might have to do with what you said, that players asked to be referred to a certain way, but I think a much bigger part of it has to do with the media being a national thing now as opposed to a local thing back in the day. It would be easy for the local paper or for a commentator to come up with a nickname for someone in that time and get it to stick because people watched the same broadcast or read the same paper every day. It’s much harder to get something unique or creative to trend on a national level when there are so many different ways to consume the sport. For something to stick in this day and age, it basically has to become a meme.
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