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Old 08-07-2017, 09:24 AM
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Default RIP Don Baylor too

Bad day for baseball. Baylor always seemed like a jovial good guy.
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Old 08-07-2017, 11:22 PM
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I always liked Don Baylor!

He was a huge influence on my hitting approach in little league as I often led our team in getting hit by pitches. The big difference was I did it because I couldn't hit a lick and it was the only way other than a walk I was getting on base!!

I also have fond memories of the using the Boston Red Sox on RBI Baseball for the original Nintendo! A lot of pop in that line up with Buckner, Baylor, Rice, Evans, Burks & Armas!!

He also spent some time as the hitting coach for my Cardinals.

RIP Mr. Baylor, prayers to your friends & family.

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