Thursday, July 11, 2019

80 162 191 | Death of New York Yankee, Jim Bouton, at 80, July 10, 2019




https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/10/sports/baseball/jim-bouton-dead-ball-four.html

This man died Wednesday, July 10, 2019, the 191st day of the year.



He is dead at age 80.



His name was right for 'baseball', summing to 162.




The title 'Ball Four', emphasized in the headlines, connects to New York as well.


New York City = 129
New York = 33 / 48 

Keep in mind he played for the Yankees, Seattle Pilots (now Milwaukee Brewers) and Houston Astros in his career, as well as a short stint with the Atlanta Braves, 8-years after not participating in the MLB.

https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/b/boutoji01.shtml

17 comments:

  1. His nickname was bulldog, like Orel Herschiser.went to college in Michigan and had one year in Atl Braves

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  2. that guy from men in black is dead

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    1. Dammit Mikey I have so much coding for this but it is scattered all over the place!

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    2. I will go find all of it if you will check back... It is SICK!!!!

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  4. Walt Michaels, who played for the cleveland browns, is dead, 1952 to 61.. he wore 34 and 35, played on packers and Jets one year each.

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  5. I like Braves world series, Georgia bulldogs national championship. Browns Superbowl

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    1. I will go grab all of our recent shit! It will blow their minds...

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    2. Red and Black matches Raps! Do they beat the Wolverines???

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    3. I don't think Jim harbaugh is allowed to win. The 2020 national championship is in New Orleans. Haven't done too many numbers yet but like a Georgia team winning in a Mercedes Benz stadium that is not their own.

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    4. Let's look into UGA/NOTRE DAME that gold is around in many sports.

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    5. That is a likely play. Brian Kelly ex Bearcats coach. Red black. Played rangers -2.5 over Astros +285 let's go

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  6. Colorado as I stated before...

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  7. Oh, national championship in New Orleans..well,the storm may involve that

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