Gentleman’s Slideshow: Notable Baseball Personages Who Also Attended Fine New England Boarding Schools

It’s generally the custom of the present author to confine the headlines of his posts to just a single line. Such is the importance of this particular post, however, that it’s necessitated a violation of that very sound practice, and whatever monstrosity of design it’s created.

A slightly less than cursory inspection of Wikipedia has produced the results for what follows — “what follows” being a slideshow both for gentlemen and also by gentlemen of notable baseball personages who’ve also attended fine New England boarding schools.

It commences here:

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Carson Cistulli occasionally publishes spirited ejaculations at The New Enthusiast.

6 Responses to “Gentleman’s Slideshow: Notable Baseball Personages Who Also Attended Fine New England Boarding Schools”

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  1. Eno Sarris says:

    It was Groton or Milton for me, but I’m glad I chose to be really really terrible for Flaherty’s teams.

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  2. RPMcSweeney says:

    I think Fidrych is the single-season leader in joy, not all-time leader.

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  3. Peter Gammons says:

    Nice age discrimination, Cistulli.

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  4. Varanasi says:

    You call this a reasonable way to present information? An apparently randomly triggered slide up window? Have you hired a Windows 8 UI designer?

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  5. RA Rowe says:

    As a child I overheard Roberto Hernandez chatting in the Royals bullpen during Spring Training.

    He asked the guy sitting next to him why Endy Chavez hadn’t been sent down. His pen mate said that because Chavez was left handed, they were trying to keep him on the Major League club to better leverage platoon splits against then Tigers starter Jeff Weaver.

    To this Hernandez replied “if we’re worried about Jeff fucking Weaver, we’ve got a lot bigger problems than needing a left handed leadoff hitter.”

    It wasn’t until now that I realized he was quoting Yeats.

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