Pete Gray LF
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Pete Gray is referenced in the following articles.
|Pebble Hunting: Recent History's Most Cringe-Worthy Pitch Counts||Sam Miller||2014-05-15|
|Transaction Analysis: A Farewell to Arms||Ben Lindbergh||2011-04-19|
|BP Unfiltered: This Week in Minor League History: May 10 - May 16||Geoff Young||2010-05-14|
|Prospectus Q&A: Ross Detwiler||David Laurila||2010-01-17|
|Schrodinger's Bat: A Plethora of Blunders||Dan Fox||2006-07-20|
|2008-06-24 13:00:00 (link to chat)||"I just tried to Google me up a Brno Dragons T-shirt and completely flailed". What a shameless attempt to get poor Justin to buy and mail you a t-shirt! He better at least get a signed annual for it. Our a Kahrl podcast tour of the Austerlitz battlefield. Personally, I like Don "The Sphinx" Mossi, it's so insensitive to the poor guy's giant nose that it is poetic. Like calling Pete Gray "Lefty", though I've only got hearsay on that one...|
(randolph3030 from Jersey)
|Not as insensitive to the ol' protuberant proboscis as "Goose" Goslin and Ernie "The Schnozz" Lombardi... Someone brought up Strat cards before, or maybe it was Statis-Pro cards, but one of those series used to really try too hard to get nicknames for every player. One, c. 1983 or so, said George "Mullet" Brett. That used to crack me up - no one ever called him that.
...Another one that I used to really like, but it was more of a media construction, like "The Yankee Clipper," was Paul "The Ignitor" Molitor. (Steven Goldman)
No BP Roundtables have mentioned this guy.