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    These two players were originally signed by the Browns, and ended up playing at some point in their careers for the Houston Colt 45s. ...who were they??

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    Don Larsen is one.

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      oops now there are 3 .. I was originally focused on brownie signees who had played for the colt 45s (one of my sub obsessions) .. And then I did not think that there could have been any that had played for the Astros. So I made the question just "Houston". Don played for the Astros and not the colt 45s. Thanks Ken
      Originally posted by RUKen View Post
      Don Larsen is one.

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        Originally posted by Brownieand45sfan View Post
        These two players were originally signed by the Browns, and ended up playing at some point in their careers for the Houston Colt 45s. ...who were they??
        Don Larsen and Al Heist.

        Larsen was the easy one. Heist, to be honest, I had to look up.

        I had to look up Eddie Kasko, too. Funny but somehow you could tell by the name he'd been the Browns property. I would have guessed Triandos but he came up with the Yankees not the Orioles.
        Last edited by Mongoose; 01-26-2015, 10:55 AM.


        "The Fightin' Met With Two Heads" - Mike Tyson/Ray Knight!

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          Okay now there are FOUR! (-: I did not know about Al. He was neither on my Brownie nor 45s radar ... having played 0 games with the former and 27 with latter
          Originally posted by Mongoose View Post
          Don Larsen and Al Heist.

          Larsen was the easy one. Heist, to be honest, I had to look up.
          Last edited by Brownieand45sfan; 01-26-2015, 10:57 AM.

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            Originally posted by Brownieand45sfan View Post
            oops now there are 3 .. I was originally focused on brownie signees who had played for the colt 45s (one of my sub obsessions) .. And then I did not think that there could have been any that had played for the Astros. So I made the question just "Houston". Don played for the Astros and not the colt 45s. Thanks Ken
            Larsen joined Houston in 1964, and the Astrodome opened in 1965. They were still the Colt .45s.

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            • #7
              Do you Give up?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Brownieand45sfan View Post
                Do you Give up?
                Yeah. What's the answer?


                "The Fightin' Met With Two Heads" - Mike Tyson/Ray Knight!

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                • #9
                  Dave Roberts

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