Daniel Joseph Rusty Staub (born April 1, 1944) is an American former Major League Baseball right fielder, designated hitter, and first baseman.
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If Jeff Bagwell belongs in the Hall of Fame, so does Brady Anderson, Lou Whitaker, Scott Rolen, Jim Thome, Larry Walker, and Rusty Staub.
12/12/75: sent Mickey Lolich to for Rusty Staub. Lolich went 8-13; Staub had 318 RBI over next 3 yrs
I rather not remember terrible trade Rusty Staub for Mickey Lolich. Staub went on to have great yrs & Lolich was very bad.
December 12, 1975: trade Mickey Lolich and Billy Baldwin to the for Rusty Staub and Bill Laxton.
I had always assumed your roots could be traced back to Rusty Staub...though who knows how a Youppi procreates?
A: and great Rusty Staub finished his career with 499 doubles.
Best news thus far at Winter Meetings: Mets say Rusty Staub is feeling just fine after Oct. health scare. Le Grand Orange one of the best!
Add Bud Harrelson to Keven Mitchel and get a Rusty Staub or clone Wright I guess
Just once I'd like to see the SNY Data Strong Fan be some overweight Long Islander with a mustache and a Rusty Staub wig
Rusty Staub on the front, Cal Ripken Jr in the back.
Rusty Staub as well. Some good PBPers as well though like Gary Thorne, Ted Robinson, & Dave O'Brien who've all done big things.
Arod joins Rusty Staub,Ty Cobb and Gary Sheffield as only players to hit Home Runs in Teens and 40s.
. and I must say I got goose bumps when Rusty Staub said he had blue & orange blood in his veins.
Rusty Staub is holding the 31st Annual New York Police and Fire Widow's and Children's Benefit Fund Picnic at Citi Field tonight.
as long as they leave in a verse for Rusty Staub
Wasn't Born, But I'll Say Rusty Staub or Dave Kingman, it's only names I know Pre 70's 😜
In the proud tradition of Rusty Staub.
The alma mater of Rusty Staub and my favorite baseball player Will Clark @ Jesuit High School of New…
Rusty Staub not here because he has too much HOF support or because he's worse than the corner OF guys on your list?
the Mets haven't had a player who could turn doubles into singles since Rusty Staub in '85.
I loved their never say die attitude - Ralph Kiner's play by play - at Rusty Staub's retirement they all wore orange wigs
1969-04-17 Bill Stoneman no-hit saved by Rusty Staub catch in 2nd SS Maury Wills bobbled last out
With Bill Maher's Mets ownership have you noticed any changes like "Rusty Staub Was An Atheist Bobblehead Day"?
1969-04-17 Rusty Staub congratulates Bill Stoneman after no-hitting
List includes New Orleanian Rusty Staub in 1963 for Colt 45's.
Kris Bryant follows in the footsteps of Rusty Staub, Justin Morneau, Pete Incaviglia, and Brad Eldred by batting cleanup in his MLB debut
---I did see Le Grande Orange, Rusty Staub on opening day at CitiField.
Rusty Staub homered, but we lost to the Astros today 4-3. Joe Pepitone, Bob Watson, and Tommy Davis homered for Houston.
Looking at Rusty Staub's stats on Baseball-Reference now and I noticed he won the Edgar Martinez award in 1978. That's interest...
3/8/1969: After Donn Clendenon refuses to report to Commish Bowie Kuhn rules Expos can keep him & Rusty Staub http…
And for these baseball people who were there when I needed them: Bob Kennedy Sr, Lou Brock, Ken Boyer, Joe Medwick, Rusty Staub .cont.
Ken Singleton - Traded by for Rusty Staub, then swapped from Expos to for Dave McNally
While memories of Randy Johnson are sketchy for Expos fans, Pedro Martinez was one of the most beloved players in the team’s history, right up there with Gary Carter, Rusty Staub, Andre Dawson and ...
April 9, 1971: Expos & Rusty Staub paid tribute to Jean Béliveau the night he retired from hockey
The 1967 Astros had Eddie Mathews (till he was traded), Joe Morgan, Rusty Staub, and Jim Wynn. Won 69 games.
In addition to the 55 Hall of Famers scheduled to be in Cooperstown for Hall of Fame Weekend, there are many other major league alumni who will be in town, many to participate in signings on Main and Pioneer streets. There is also a famous softball player and a legendary pitching coach on the master list. Among the who's who of baseball royalty, we can expect to see the following faces in Cooperstown over the weekend: Rom Blomberg, Chris Chambliss, Jennie Finch, Dwight Gooden, Marquis Grissom, Frank "Hondo" Howard, Ryan Klesko, Leo Mazzone, Denny McLain, Kent Mercker, John "The Count" Montefusco, Dale Murphy, John Rocker, Art Shamsky, Rusty Staub, Darryl Strawberry, Frank Thomas (the other one), and Maury Wills. Not a bad list. And as we become aware of others, we will let you know.
keep up the good work...Tom Seaver was a old time great pitcher for the Mets ...check out Rusty Staub
the connects with MTL are far and wide, Rusty Staub and Gary Carter.
Julio Franco, Jesse Orosco, John Franco, and Rusty Staub were kind enough to participate as models.
.Your teammate Rusty Staub fined by Astros for refusing to play to honour RFK:.
MT “Rusty Staub w/the 69 Expos. One of the better unis of all time. Bring baseball back to Montreal.
Brings back memories of summer evenings at Parc Jarry in the team's early years watching Mack Jones, Rusty Staub, John Boccabella.
Correct! Mr. Rusty Staub, Ty Cobb, and Gary Sheffield all hit homers before the were twenty and after the were 40!
This was the field I sat thru many a double headers with my Dad watching Tom Seaver, Rusty Staub, Eddie Kranepool & Tug McGraw. Use to stand above the dug out & talk to Tug McGraw; a very sweet person.
: ) - but you had Rusty Staub, Gary Carter and Lee Mazilli - so at least you've had an interesting run
Bill Laxton was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1966 after he graduated from high school. Bill pitched in the Pittsburgh organization for two seasons and then was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies (with Woodie Fryman, Don Money, and minor leaguer Harold Clem) for Jim Bunning. Laxton spent the next three seasons in the Phillies organization. Bill was called up in September 1970 and made two appearances (0-0, 13.50 ERA in 2 innings). After the 1970 season Bill was taken by the San Diego Padres in the Rule 5 Draft. Laxton spent the entire 1971 season with the Padres and went 0-2 with a 6.83 ERA in 18 appearances. Bill spent the next three seasons (1972-1974) pitching for the AA Alexandria Aces. In 1975 Laxton was released at the end of spring training. Bill signed with the New York Mets and spent the 1975 season pitching for AAA Tidewater. Laxton had a nice season in Tidewater (11-4, 2.49 ERA). After the 1975 season Laxton was traded (with Rusty Staub) to the Detroit Tigers for Mickey Lolich and Billy ...
Rusty Staub tells me something called The Palestine Liberation Organization was formed today. And their leader is Yasser Arafat.
Rusty Staub, Rusty the bailiff on People's Court and obv. Rusty (Anthony Michael Hall) Griswald.
Lifetime Award winner Rusty Staub & Gary Thorne at the 2012 Legends for Youth dinner to benefit the MLBPAA in NYC.
Were it not for a Rusty Staub double, they would've had 8 consecutive singles...
50 Yrs Ago Today in 1960s Baseball: Colts beat Cardinals 4-0 on a pair of RBIs each from John Bateman & Rusty Staub
Most pinch hits in a season by a met is Rusty Staub
Most pinch hits as a met Rusty Staub
Hand-me-down glove with Rusty Staub. Being a kid from L.A., I didn't even know who he was at the time. :-)
Juan Lagares has 11 outfield assists. Mets record is 19, Rusty Staub in 1974. Most by CF is 13-- Del Unser (1975) & Carlos Beltran (2006)
The hitting star on the day for the 1973 ? RF Rusty Staub who stroke 4 hits & knocks in a run
Oh, he'll make the cut. My favorite is probably Rusty Staub.
Is Matt Adams the second coming of Rusty Staub or what?
They shd play Buck at 2B, Wheeler at SS, and Rusty Staub in CF.
lucky but I got to meet Eric Young Jr and Rusty Staub
Joe Start (1859 debut) was a teammate of Connie Mack, who managed Nellie Fox. Fox was teammate of Rusty Staub. Staub played with Doc Gooden.
So I'm going through some of my old stuff which includes a baseball card collection from 1977 and 1978. I knew I had a lot of good stuff, but my jaw dropped to the floor when I discovered that I have an Eddie Murray rookie card!!! That's right, I have a 1978 card of Eddie Murray with his 1977 statistics with the Baltimore Orioles!! Holy crap, we're talking about Eddie Murray...504 lifetimes home runs and 3255 hits...yeah, THAT Eddie Murray! I knew I had some good stuff in there, but I didn't know I had him. Here's a list of some of the big names I have from 1977: 1 Jim Rice, 1 Andre Dawson, 1 Reggie Smith, 1 Fred Lynn, 1 Phil Niekro, 1 Nolan Ryan, 1 J.R. Richard. From 1978: 1 Eddie Murray, 1 Jim Palmer, 3 Jim Rice, 1 Carl Yastrzemski, 2 Luis Tiant, 1 Fred Lynn, 1 Rusty Staub, 1 Gary Carter, 3 Tony Perez, 2 Andre Dawson, 2 Dave Winfield, 2 Rollie Fingers, 2 Steve Carlton, 1 Mike Schmidt, 1 Jim Kaat, 1 Tug McGraw, 1 Greg Luzinski, 1 Sparky Lyle, 1 Rich Gossage, 2 Ron Guidry, 1 Graig Nettles, 2 Reggie Jackso ...
I can't believe the Mets are having all this success without the help of Neil Allen, Frank Tavares, Richie Hebner, Joel Youngblood, Hubie Brooks, Rey Ordonez, Craig Swan, Terry Leach, Armando Benitez, Tim Foli, Benny Agbayani, Duke Snider, Willie Mays, Claudell Washington and Rusty Staub. They're not called the Amazin's for nothing folks.
Blass is Turners the best red beard since Rusty Staub?
Always tickles me when the talk about pinch hitter Rusty Staub like he's the Mets' Roger Maris or something.
actually, i was just trying to reach out to Rusty Staub.
Mike Baxter has a pair of walk-off RBI as a PH. 3 Mets have had more- Rusty Staub (5), Tim Teufel (3), Chris Jones (3).
Somewhere fathers are telling their sons Mike Baxter is their version of Rusty Staub
What NY Met holds the record for the most consecutive pinch hits in a single season? Rusty Staub 8 in 1983.
Which former met played 500 games with 4 teams? A: Rusty Staub
Who is Jordany Valdespin tied with in club history with 6 pinch hit homers? (Scott Hairston, Rusty Staub, Ed Kranepool)
50 Yrs Ago Today in 1960s Baseball: Colts edge Reds 3-2 on RBI single in 8th from Bob Lillis & Rusty Staub
Third base coach Joe McEwing inducted into Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame in NYC today. Fellow inductees: Rusty Staub, Peter O’Malley.
Neither Mr. Met nor Rusty Staub were at the Met Ball last night. Totally misleading.
of Famer Rusty Staub enshrined tomorrow into the Irish Amer. Baseball HOF (Ceremony @ noon at Pub
Rusty Staub tells me that Orson Welles turns 53 today. Cuellar off the DL. Will start off in bullpen. Tom Dukes goes on DL.
Those 1973 staged a comeback but lost to the 6-5 y'day. Jon Matlack took the loss. Rusty Staub leads the way w/ a homer & 4 RBIs
"Honey, I think that was Rusty Staub" every old person in Florida AFTER you walk away in your shirt
Rusty Staub tells me that Hank Aaron, Ernie Banks, Lou Johnson, Elston Howard, and George Altman all played in the *** Leagues.
Just 2 hours left to get a seat in the Live Google Hangout with Rusty Staub on Tuesday March 5th. We have opened...
Got to talk to Corey Hart, Jamey Carroll, Dave Winfield, Rusty Staub and Mike Trout tonight...quotesnhz9N
3 generations of Expos stars ..Rusty Staub (very early to mid 70s) the late Gary Carter late 70's to mid 80s) Vlad Gurerruo (early 90's up to the last season in 93/94)...lots of others that could be included Andre Dawson, Steve Rogers, Bill Spaceman Lee, Tim Wallach, Tim Raines ,Larry Walker, Marquis Grissom, Ken Hill, Jeff Reardon, Andres Galaragga.even Pete Rose was there for a little while
This years Honorary Naming of the Divisions Criteria is "Fat Guys" ... Yes.. Fat guys who have played the game of baseball (other than Babe Ruth, that's too conventional)... Each Division winner from 2012 will be able to pick their favorite RETIRED fat guy player to name the division after this season... Some suggestions.. Bob Horner, Ken Oberkfell, Fernando Valenzuela, Luis Tiant (my favorite) Kent Hrbek, Rick Reuschel, Gorman Thomas, Terry Pendleton,Bob Hamlin, Kevin Mitchell (another fave) Dave Parker, Benji Molina, Rusty Staub. add any others you can think of...
Its January 31st - Just 10 days away from the 1st pitchers and catchers to report. We have 8 baseball folks to have the number 10 retired in baseball history, skippers Sparky Anderson, *** Howser, Tony LaRussa and Tom Kelly. Players Rusty Staub, Andre Dawson and Phil Rizzuto. The final player would be Ron Santo, pictured here is Ron Santo -Glenn Beckert, left, and Ron Santo relax in their hotel room at the Waldorf Astoria in New York Sept. 8, 1969 after arriving for a two game series against the Mets
Mets World Series heroes Cleon Jones, Keith Hernandez and Rusty Staub at the Dinner
1969 - The Montreal Expos trade Donn Clendenon and outfielder Jesús Alou to the Houston Astros for first baseman/outfielder Rusty Staub. -
Phil Garner, Jim Bouton, Rusty Staub among those scheduled to appear at MLBPA memorial Jan. 21 in NYC in honor of Marvin Miller.
In 1966 I had more HR than Ed Mathews, Ernie Banks, & Rusty Staub. Had more RBI than Mickey Mantle & Jim Wynn.
Interesting night at the MLBPAA 13th Annual Youth Dinner, interviews of Corey Hart, Jon Warden Brian McRae Bret Boone and Bob Boone, Dave Winfield ,Brian Boehringer Orlando Cepeda,Rusty Staub and audio only of Rookie of the Year Mike Trout..some great pictures from Richard James to follow as well..
Orlando Cepeda named NL MVP today. Got all 20 1st place votes. Tim McCarver 2nd in voting. Jim Wynn 11th in voting and Rusty Staub 16th.
No, trading Amos Otis for Joe Foy, or trading Nolan Ryan for Jim Fregosi, or trading Rusty Staub for Mickey Lolich - worse.
Some players who choked up: Felix Millan, Rusty Staub, Matty Alou, Pete Rose > “duane kuiper >>listening to him now SF radio
The exact day i was born Game 1 Saturday, October 13, 1973 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E New York 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 2 Oakland 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 X 2 4 0 WP: Ken Holtzman (1–0) LP: Jon Matlack (0–1) Sv: Darold Knowles (1) The Mets and A's opened the Series in Oakland with Jon Matlack and Ken Holtzman as the Game 1 starters (Matlack, with a 14–16 record during the 1973 season, is one of only four pitchers in history to start Game 1 of a World Series after a regular season losing record). Willie Mays started in place of the injured Rusty Staub and batted third in what turned out to be his final big league start. In the third, pitcher Holtzman doubled and scored when Bert Campaneris hit a routine grounder that inexplicably bounced between Mets second baseman's Felix Millan's legs. Campaneris then stole second and scored on a single to right by Joe Rudi. The Mets came up with a run in the fourth on an RBI single by John Milner that scored Cleo ...
I think Jhonny Peralta would finish last in the 40 yard dash against Rusty Staub and Sean Casey.
I've been a fan of the Washington Nationals ever since 1969, when they were the Les Expos de Montréal. My Canadian friends, remember Jarry Park and Rusty Staub? Later on Les Expos de Montréal had catcher Gary Carter, outfielders Tim Raines and Andre Dawson, third baseman Tim Wallach, and pitchers Steve Rogers and Bill Gullickson. In 1994, with manager Felipe Alou, Les Expos de Montréal, led by a talented group of players including Larry Walker, Moisés Alou, Marquis Grissom and Pedro Martínez, had the best record in the major leagues until the strike forced the cancellation of the remainder of the season. After this, the team was never the same, and moved to Washington D.C. in 2004. The Montreal fans in 1969 knew nothing about baseball . they would clap out of courtesy when a Montreal player struck out ... LOL!!
The only way I root for the is if Rusty Staub or Tim Raines throws out the first pitch at a playoff game.
Chipper Jones is now 59th on the all-time MLB hits list, between Rusty Staub and Lou Gehrig. All due respects to Rusty... it's kinda like being ranked between Millard Fillmore and Thomas Jefferson.
With his single in the 9th, Chipper Jones is now tied with Rusty Staub for 59th place on the all-time hit list with 2,716.
Met former MLBers Rusty Staub and Larry Walker last Friday. Randomly out and about in West Palm Beach. Nice guys.
Jim Wynn has 30 HR and 89 RBI. Hank Aaron leading league with 31 HRs.Rusty Staub is hitting .341. He trails Clemente, who is at .346
How about the Blue Jays winning the American Legion World Series...again! Reminds me of the days fo the great Rusty Staub or the '46 team or that team from the 1930's. Wow. SJ Peters and my Rummel Raiders did it as well. If ever theere was such a thing as a baseball school, we are it.
Congratulations on passing Rusty Staub into 11th place all-time in games played!
Ed Kranepool or Rusty Staub towards the end of their careers.
Aug. 13, 1965: Rusty Staub's single in the bottom of the ninth drives in the winning run in the Astros' 3-2 win over the Mets.
Shouldn't you be wearing a cape when you make those diving catches? Congrats on tying Rusty Staub (my 1st fav player) on GP
Venezuelan living legend ties Rusty Staub in 12th place in the all-time list of games played in MLB (2.951) Congratulations!
Just learned that Texas CIO grew up next door to Rusty Staub, 1 of 4 major leaguers to homer before 20 and after 40
I'm up to bat first for today's session. I'll be asking a trivia question in my welcome address. The answer is: Rusty Staub
actually they are from 1976. More like Mark Fidrych, Rusty Staub, Steve Kemp days.
//I went to the Mets game, they lost. On the plus side I met RUSTY STAUB and my childhood hero,John Franco. Needless to say I fanboy squeed.
Dad having legit convo with rusty staub and John Franco since apparently they played together at some point...
Just saw that you posted this. Rusty Staub in 1975. I have his bobblehead on my desk!
If Rusty Staub had been 100%, I'll bet the Mets would have won, too.
Could throw Rusty Staub, Frank Tanana, and perhaps Kirk Gibson, Chet Lemon, and John Hiller in there, too.
And Rusty Staub, Larry King, Ted Nugent. Actually needs to put together a best of interview show
Great interview of Rusty Staub tonight by I sat in my car in parking lot listening to the whole thing so I wouldn't miss it!
Rusty Staub with on Sirius XM Radio spoke about his time with the Montreal Expos
Mets and Expos legend Rusty Staub joined for a conversation that included Rusty's thoughts on the game today
Thanks for the great interview with Rusty Staub.Your appreciation for the history of the Expos franchise is very refreshing.
Great interview between Rusty Staub and Rusty ended by saying the dumbest stat in the history of the game is the Quality Start
Wow wow wow that was a tremendous interview by Dino Costa with Rusty Staub on GREAT RADIO
Miss the did their best and succeeded in killing that great baseball market. This Rusty Staub interview highlights it.
Loving this interview with Rusty Staub on right now.Great stuff.
My wife accidentally mixed up two of the favorite athletes of my youth the other day. We were talking about New York Mets of the past, and she said, "What about that outfielder, Rusty Staubach? Didn't you used to really like him?" Well, yes, I loved Rusty Staub and to this day Roger Staubach (first born-again Christian I ever heard about, by the way - well, him and his coach, Tom Landry) is my favorite quarterback. Roger Staubach was considered a two way threat because not only was he a terrific passer, but he was a great scrambling QB. If it was known back then that he also had a great eye at the plate and was a wonderful pinch-hitter, his reputation today would be even higher! : ^)
7/25 Game Recap: 5 - 3: Player of the Game: Casey Kotchman, Derek Lowe does it again and Rusty Staub
Baseball Past, Present & Torn Loyalties “ The one constant through all the years . . . baseball” My earliest memories of baseball take me back to the names of Rusty Staub, Joe Morgan and Bob Aspromonte during the early days of the Houston Astros witnessed in the Astrodome, the “eighth wonder of the world”. As an eight year old we were transferred to Washington DC and tried to become fans of the Senators. I belonged to the Darold Knowles fan club and my older brother belonged to the Aurelio Rodriguez fan club. And who could forget the giant of a man Frank Howard? But before we could even get our seats warm and completely fall in love they were moved to Texas. Like a fish needs water, man needs baseball, and it was a blessing to me that the Baltimore Orioles were so close by. The Jets might have had Joe Namath, but the Orioles had Jim Palmer and what a great team that was. Along with Palmer, there was Mike Cuellar and Dave McNally and an infield that will be forever ingrained in my mind, Boog ...
“Having fun on the golf course w/Carlton Fisk and Rusty Staub. is Coomer?
Rusty Staub's joint. The one that lasted longest. On First Ave in the low 60's on the West Side of the street. Too much a good thing every time.
Is Jason Giambi the Rusty Staub of our generation?
Orioles' Eddie Fisher turns 31 today. Rusty Staub tells me The Monkees & Jimi Hendrix are playing tonight at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium.
For 49 seasons I have cheered for the Houston Baseball team, from the 1963 Colt 45s to this year's Astros. I even worked for the organization as a Spacette (usher) back in the late 60s. But how they can go from National League to American League is beyond me. It's almost as big a disappointment as when they sold Rusty Staub or Joe Morgan.
Not the best quality, but IMO the best overview of Rusty Staub and his connection to Montreal and how the French Canadian fans embraced him. Was there a more distinctive voice btw in Montreal radio than Ted Blackman growing up?
Listen to my interview with Rusty Staub, on-line, at CJAD.COM. If you're like me, the memories will come flooding back! The expansion days of the Montreal Expos were a joy for this youngster growing up in NDG. Le Grande Orange was the face of the franchise for three glorious seasons.
"When I die and they do an autopsy, they’ll find a little part of my heart that still has that MTL on it” - Rusty Staub
Going to the Met game taking my "little" brother the Yankee fan! LOL! Going to get my Rusty Staub bobble head!
What a thrill to have Rusty Staub answer my questions about playing w/ Gary Carter & being a fan favorite in NY & MTL. He is an awesome guy
Mon. Afternoon game [Minneapolis] - Rabbits 2 Minnesota 0 WP - 1933 Carl Hubbell (16-11) LP - 1980 Don Sutton (14-6) star - Rab p Carl Hubbell - CG, 2-Hitter, 1 W, 1 K - W. The Rabbits got their Runs in the first on an RBI Single by lf Herb Adams (RBI and a throwing Error by Min 2b Eddie Stanky ( From there, a Double by Min lf Rusty Staub (leading off the 2nd, was the closest thing to a speed bump between Hubbell and the finish line. standings - The Rabbits (57-62) have won 7 in a row,allowing them to make modest progress in the AL Central. They remain Last, 16 GB. They have reduced their other deficits to 4 GB 3rd Place and 9 GB 2nd Place. 2nd Place Pittsburgh is still the AL Wildcard leader, but Philadelphia of AL West has moved into 2nd in the Wildcard Race, 3 GB.
Gooden and Staub to Judge on Return of Banner Day: Dwight Gooden, Rusty Staub, Howie R...
The New York Mets today named Mets Hall of Famers Dwight Gooden and Rusty Staub, and Sports Radio 66 WFAN radio personalities Howie Rose and Evan Roberts as judges for Banner Day on Sunday, May 27 prior to the 1:10 p.m. Mets-Padres game at Citi Field.
Gooden, Staub, Howie Rose to judge Banner Day: The Mets announced that Dwight Gooden and Rusty Staub, and radio ...
NY Mets great Dwight Gooden will be a judge along with Rusty Staub and radio ...: MIAMI — Dwight Gooden, who twe...
I feel like last night I somehow managed to get into a time machine and drank with Larry Dierker & Rusty Staub circa 1966.
"The only other teen who had more BB than K his first 10 games was Rusty Staub." ~ on Harper
Then you have Ken Griffey, Jr. built perfectly, whose body breaks down. Rusty Staub, fat as *** plays into his 40s.
Ty Cobb, Rusty Staub, Gary Sheffield and . The only four MLB players to homer after turning the age of 40.
We beat the Pirates 4-2 yesterday. Three runs off Dennis Ribant in the 6th, including a triple by Rusty Staub, broke a 1-1 tie.
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