Lenny Harris

Miami Marlins #0 - Designated Hitter

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Trip through Thuzio: Marlins edition

There are plenty of former Marlins players who are interested in being at your next event for the right price. If you use the site Thuzio, you can hang out with your favorite former Fish at a nice,...

This Date in Mets History: October 28

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F. Scott Fitzgerald called Flushing Meadows an ash heap. Since 1964, the Mets have called that ash heap home.

Today In Brewer History: Happy Birthday, Lenny Harris

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On this day in 1964, Lenny Harris was born in Miami, Florida. The Reds drafted him in the fifth round of the 1983 draft (the same round the Brewers would later select Joey Meyer), and he made his...

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RESULTS: The Least Remarkable 40-Something Position Player

Earlier this afternoon, we asked ourselves who is or was the least remarkable position player to play into his 40s. My initial guess, Craig Counsell, and your suggestions give him a run for his...

2011 Dodgers Minor League Preview - Great Lakes Loons

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With the minor league season right around the corner, I’m doing a mini-series to preview each of the Dodgers minor league full season teams.  Since official rosters won’t be out for another few...

The 2011 Hall of Fame Ballot: Rating the Ex-Diamondbacks' Chances

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Four former Diamondbacks are on the Hall of Fame ballot this year. We look at their careers in Arizona and chances of election.

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Who would you vote for, for the Hall, if you had only ONE vote?

Hall of Fame Poll: Barry Larkin

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I'm skipping over a few on the Hall of Fame ballot: Marquis Grissom: had a nice career and I have a soft spot for any former Expo. He had a very good 17 year MLB career. He hit 227 home runs and...

Tampa Bay Rays Body Baltimore From Wire to Wire

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Tommy asked me to serve as Lenny Harris and pinch hit the recap for him. I said yes, and boy, am I glad I did. David Price went seven innings, striking out seven, walking two, and...

Washington Nationals' President Stan Kasten Expects "A Breakthrough Year" In 2010.

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Washington Nationals' President Stan Kasten Expects "A Breakthrough Year" In 2010.

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