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Reggie Smith, Fred Lynn, and Jackie Bradley Junior

Jackie Bradley Junior and Reggie Smith have many things in common, but also many things different with the Red Sox. Reggie Smith was a 22 year old rookie center fielder that was touted for ROY before the season even started in 1967. The Boston Globe headlines a week before Opening Day said : Chances for Sox’ Reggie Smith To Become 1967′s Top Rookie: display_pdf   After an...
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March 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Lost Seasons, Pt. 2 - Fred Lynn, 1979

  The end of the baseball season has passed. They are no games to watch today, nor will there be for many more days to come. We fill the time by “rosterbating,” fantasizing about what our favorite (or any) teams will do this offseason to make their squad better. There will be debates in bars, emails exchanged, and a slew of articles written on these subjects. We are forever...
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November 28, 2012  |  Discuss

08-27 Fred Lynn

Former Boston Red Sox Outfielder Fred Lynn joins Rob and Amy to recap the major trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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August 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Call Him Up: CWS Champion CFs From USC

In 1973, the Red Sox had the 41st pick in the amateur draft. The club used it to select Fred Lynn from USC. He played centerfield on the Trojans for four years, and all four years his team won the College World Series. Side note: In 1973, USC played in maybe the most memorable college game ever. Dave Winfield had 15 strikeouts for Minnesota, had allowed just one infield single through...
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May 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Interview with Fred Lynn

One time Oriole asked the Gunaxin Six Questions. The post Interview with Fred Lynn appeared first on Orioles Outsider.
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July 18, 2011  |  Discuss
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