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  • Kirby Puckett: 1961-2006

    I posted this in CE, but it deserves repeating here since Kirby is a Hall of Famer...

    Just saw on ESPN news that Kirby Puckett just passed away. Very sad. He was so young to die from a stroke. While he played, was a terrific symbol of what was great about the game.

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    Originally posted by DoubleX
    I posted this in CE, but it deserves repeating here since Kirby is a Hall of Famer...

    Just saw on ESPN news that Kirby Puckett just passed away. Very sad. He was so young to die from a stroke. While he played, was a terrific symbol of what was great about the game.
    May God be with him, and thanks for all the great memories, Kirby.

    http://www.wcco.com

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    • #3
      Kirby was a great player and he will be missed.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by DoubleX
        I posted this in CE, but it deserves repeating here since Kirby is a Hall of Famer...

        Just saw on ESPN news that Kirby Puckett just passed away. Very sad. He was so young to die from a stroke. While he played, was a terrific symbol of what was great about the game.
        what spirit and joy. he really was the epitome of ernie bank's "let's play two" spirit.
        Johnny
        Delusion, Life's Coping Mechanism

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        • #5
          Thanks for the link there Dontworry.

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          • #6
            Kirby Puckett: 1961-2006

            Originally posted by Chisox73
            Thanks for the link there Dontworry.
            God bless Kirby, he was much too young to die. He was such an exciting player, just like his life his career was also cut short. I'm happy he lived long enough to see his induction into the HOF.
            Lets support Gil Hodges for The Hall of Fame, a true Hall of Famer.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by johnny
              what spirit and joy. he really was the epitome of ernie bank's "let's play two" spirit.
              I couldn't agree with you more. The game could really use more players that exude the enthusiasm for the game that you could see every day when watching guys like Ernie and Kirby play.

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              • #8
                RIP Kirby.
                I think, therefore I love the Dodgers.

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                • #9
                  Wow, I'm a bit overwhelmed. I met Kirby at ST when he was first coming up with the Twins. He was always great to the fans and generous about signing autographs. He will be missed.

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