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  1. Charks commented on Gil Thorp 3 months ago

    Isn’t Boo’s nickname from that weird character in To Kill A Mockingbird? I recall that Boo’s real name was Arthur? Maybe there’ll be a murder and trial next.

    Or — Boo sums up fan reaction to this season’s story line.

  2. Charks commented on Gil Thorp 6 months ago

    This ninja’s into pepperoni and cheese.

  3. Charks commented on Gil Thorp over 1 year ago

    Hi Wiseguy1130 — Yes, Willie Mays game was indeed 1963. I just looked it up; June 6 (D-Day!) to be exact. Not only did Lindy McDaniel pick Mays of 2nd in a 2-2 game in the top of the 10th, he hit a walk off home run in the bottom of the 10th (off another Chicago baseball legend, Billy Pierce, then closing out his career with the Giants) to win it. Win actually put the Cubs into a first place tie, before the usual midsummer fade. P.S. Jack Quinlan (with Lou B) are STILL my all time favorite announcers. Remember the Musical Scoreboard after the games?

  4. Charks commented on Gil Thorp over 1 year ago

    I believe original line was Casey Stengel’s when he was first manager of expansion Mets: “The kid’s 20 and in 10 years he has a chance to be 30.” Can’t remember whether he was talking about Ed Kranepool, Greg Goosen, or whomever. I was 10 and now have a chance to be 60. Whistlin’ Joey Webb forever!

  5. Charks commented on Gil Thorp almost 2 years ago

    20 men scrambled from a would be grave
    And now there’s only one left down there to save
    Big John

  6. Charks commented on Gil Thorp about 2 years ago

    My favorite comic has finally jumped the shark.

  7. Charks commented on Gil Thorp about 2 years ago

    zzzzzzzzzz

  8. Charks commented on Gil Thorp about 2 years ago

    How about the words “unlicensed practice of law” ? This could keep Hard Knox from even getting into law school, assuming he’s still alive after Jarboe and company work him over.

  9. Charks commented on Gil Thorp over 2 years ago

    In a tie, defendant wins because plaintiff (generally) has the burden of proof — like a boxing title fight.

  10. Charks commented on Gil Thorp over 2 years ago

    Anyone else remember the 1963 accident that ended Joey “Whistlin” Webb’s pitching career?