What Hall of Famer, the first catcher to don shin guards, ended his 17-year Major League career with a pair of seasons with the Cubs?
It's bugging me, because I have heard it before, and it's really suprising to me. Yogi Berra is my bes guess, but that has to be too late...
fwiw, BR.com says it was 3 seasons as a Cub
I'm not very good at these, as my knowledge of baseball history, let alone Cubs history, isn't that great.
But I seem to remember reading something once about great hitters in the Deadball Era. Was it Roger Bresnahan?
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the page is not loading today as it has previously,
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Shin guards, end of his career... that's got to place him in the 1910s or early 1920s at the very latest, I would guess. But I couldn't tell ya who was catching then.
Brenahan it is...
which browser/system are using dc60124?
Bresnahan I meant...
office computer = internet explorer 6
not sure if this answers the question you asked- i am a computer nitwit
it does, thanks, I'll pass it along although I already mentioned some IE problems from earlier today to our webmaster. I imagine they're all tied together.
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