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Ralph Turner:
Robin Roberts  Best known for his stint with the Phillies in the 1950's.

Jim Dixon:
Adrian's Chad Meyer (1988-2010)

http://adrianbulldogs.cstv.com/sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/050710aaa.html

Mr. Ypsi:
While not a baseball man, perhaps the greatest coach ever in ANY sport, John Wooden, died this evening at the age of 99.

He set records that will never even be approached, much less beaten.

R.I.P, John Wooden. :(

Ralph Turner:

--- Quote from: Mr. Ypsi on June 04, 2010, 10:34:36 pm ---While not a baseball man, perhaps the greatest coach ever in ANY sport, John Wooden, died this evening at the age of 99.

He set records that will never even be approached, much less beaten.

R.I.P, John Wooden. :(

--- End quote ---
Wooden story   :(


--- Quote ---During World War II, Wooden enlisted in the Navy to serve as a physical trainer for combat pilots. Upon his discharge in 1946, he took a job as athletic director and coach of the basketball and baseball teams at what is now Indiana State University.
--- End quote ---

I was trying to find the appropriate board on which to post the link. 

Good choice...  

Mr. Ypsi:
Thanks, Ralph.  I guess he was a baseball man after all!

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