View Poll Results: Whose the face of the Browns?

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  • Harlond Clift

    0 0%
  • George Sisler

    13 81.25%
  • Satchel Paige

    0 0%
  • Eddie Gadel

    2 12.50%
  • Urban Shocker

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    1 6.25%
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Thread: Face of the Franchise: St. Louis Browns

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    Face of the Franchise: St. Louis Browns

    Harlond Clift: 1934-1943
    George Sisler: 1915-1927
    Satchel Paige: 1951-1953
    Eddie Gaedel: 1951
    Urban Shocker: 1918-1924
    Last edited by The Dude; 03-25-2007 at 12:16 AM.
    AL East Champions: 1981 1982
    AL Pennant: 1982
    NL Central Champions: 2011
    NL Wild Card: 2008

    "My dreams never took me to Cooperstown. I didn't play the game to get here, I played the game because I loved it." -Paul Molitor

    "2,000 years from now when they look back at American culture, they'll mention three things: the constitution, Jazz music, and baseball." - George Earley

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    Sisler by far. Best player, most recognizable, impacted the team most, most associated with the franchise.

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    Definitely Sisler. It may've been Satch had he played longer with the team, but Sisler was by far the most prominent Brown ever.
    Put it in the books.

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    Pete Gray?
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    I almost added him HWR, but I figured Gaedel was good enough.
    AL East Champions: 1981 1982
    AL Pennant: 1982
    NL Central Champions: 2011
    NL Wild Card: 2008

    "My dreams never took me to Cooperstown. I didn't play the game to get here, I played the game because I loved it." -Paul Molitor

    "2,000 years from now when they look back at American culture, they'll mention three things: the constitution, Jazz music, and baseball." - George Earley

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    How about Ken Williams? I like both Clift and Sisler very much, but Williams was perhaps the finest power hitter the Browns ever had.

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    John Beradino, easily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankwood
    John Beradino, easily.
    When there's a poll about the face of St. Louis Brown soap actors, Johnny will definitely come out in first place.

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    Eddie Gaedel. When I think of the Browns, I see a 3 foot 7 midget in the batters box, and the pitcher laughing and laughing and laughing as he delivers four straight balls. Standing ovation for the midget.

    Let's go, Eddie Gaedel!
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