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  • Matthew Falkenbury posted 1876 days ago

    Matthew Falkenbury

    Hey,

    After the great success of my first article about the uniform numbers 1-10, I have come back with the next installment, with the best players to wear the uniform numbers 11-20. I hope you can take a look and even comment on my choices. Thanks in advance!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/217379-best-current-baseball-players-by-uniform-number-11-20

    - Matthew Falkenbury

  • Matthew Falkenbury posted 1896 days ago

    Matthew Falkenbury

    Hey,

    I just came up with the list of the best current Major Leaguers wearing the numbers One thru Ten. I hope you can take a look and voice your opinion on my list. Thanks in advance,

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/205039-best-current-baseball-players-by-uniform-number-1-10

    - Matthew Falkenbury

  • Griffin Cooper posted 1925 days ago

    Griffin Cooper

    Hey Brian,

    People of my generation look at them fondly as the players they watched as little kids, people of other generations may just look at them as great players. I created a slide show highlighting the best players of the 1990's. If you get a chance, take a look, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/183458-the-most-fearsome-ball-players-of-the-1990s

    -Griffin

  • Griffin Cooper posted 1927 days ago

    Griffin Cooper

    Hey Brian,

    There was a touching moment in the Mariners game last night, made possible by the best pitcher I've ever gotten to watch - Randy Johnson. Watching history unfold inspired to me take a look at his incredible career and count down his five best moments, in my eyes. If you get a chance, take a look at it, I'd appreciate it. Thanks a lot.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/182160-the-top-five-randy-johnson-moments

    -Griffin

  • Paul Swaney posted 1936 days ago

    Paul Swaney

    Brian-
    Please check out my slide show on some of the best Knuckleballers of all time.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/175021-the-best-knuckleballers-of-all-time

  • Stephen Meyer posted 1945 days ago

    Stephen  Meyer

    Thanks Brian, and I appreciate your feedback. The legend of his breaking nearly every finger on both hands during the streak, as well as playing 2130 straight games in general earned him his nickname. I mentioned as such. I perhaps could have added a story to recount how amazing a man he was off the field, as he was such a quiet assassin on it. Thanks again for the read.

  • Stephen Meyer posted 1945 days ago

    Stephen  Meyer

    Hey Brian,

    Lou Gehrig has somehow been forgotten amongst the game’s immortals, even though he was possibly even more of a reason for the success of Ruth’s 1927 Yankees. Read about the quiet, forgotten leader of “Murderer’s Row,” Henry Lou Gehrig.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/167924-lou-gehrig-remembering-the-quiet-forgotten-leader-of-murderers-row?just_published=1

    Thanks in advance!

    -Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)