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The 7 - Baseball - All-Time Greatest Pilots/Brewers 1969-2002
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Eddie Famous
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#1 Posted on 4.6.02 2115.46
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Here we go.

1b- Cecil Cooper
2b- Paul Molitor
ss- Robin Yount
3b- Don Money
of- Gorman Thomas
of- Greg Vaughn
of- Jeremy Burnitz
c- Ted Simmons
dh- Ben Oglivie
sp- Mike Caldwell
rp- Rollie Fingers


Caldwell edges Teddy Higuera, Fingers over Ken Sanders by a smidge
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#2 Posted on 4.6.02 2240.01
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Not much of a history, huh? I guess this explains how you go 20 years without making the playoffs. I'd put Jim Gantner at 2B and move Molitor to 3B. I'd go with Higuera as the starter, and Dan Plesac as the reliever.
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#3 Posted on 4.6.02 2240.01
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Not much of a history, huh? I guess this explains how you go 20 years without making the playoffs. I'd put Jim Gantner at 2B and move Molitor to 3B. I'd go with Higuera as the starter, and Dan Plesac as the reliever.
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#4 Posted on 5.6.02 0226.27
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Hasn't Bichette put up better career numbers than Burnitz?
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#5 Posted on 5.6.02 0348.50
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    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco
    Hasn't Bichette put up better career numbers than Burnitz?



Not while in Milwaukee.
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#6 Posted on 5.6.02 0946.47
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Pat Listach owns you all!!! :LOL:
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#7 Posted on 5.6.02 1051.15
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I'd move Molitor to DH, insert Oglivie in the outfield in place of Burnitz, and put Gantner at second.

I'm not really thrilled with the selection of Vaughn, but I can't justify putting anyone else in there for him.
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#8 Posted on 7.6.02 0150.40
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Can't we put Jim Bouton in there just to piss everyone off? :)
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