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  1. #13
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    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history



    This thread got me thinking back.....Earl Williams and Reggie Jackson. Although certainly not on the top 10 list their time in Baltimore was disappointing. BTW, I remember reading Williams died of Leukemia a few months ago. RIP Earl Williams.





  2. #14
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    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    I'd put Art Schlichter in that list before Cmac.

    Cmac was always a nice guy, just had a demon or two.





  3. #15

    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    Reggie Jackson and Mike Mussina.

    Bad enough to bail on the O's for greener pastures, but to join the hated Yanquis? :grbac: Many fans pick on Angelos for the O's swoon, but I place more blame on Mussina,
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    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    Alan Wiggins.
    Scott Erickson.


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  5. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I'd put Art Schlichter in that list before Cmac.

    Cmac was always a nice guy, just had a demon or two.
    Very good call.
    "Leave. Your. Mark."





  6. #18

    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Reggie Jackson and Mike Mussina.

    Bad enough to bail on the O's for greener pastures, but to join the hated Yanquis? :grbac: Many fans pick on Angelos for the O's swoon, but I place more blame on Mussina,
    Mussina was a DB long before he left. The stories I heard about this guy. Crushing, as he is/was my favorite Oriole of all time.





  7. #19

    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    The entire 2013 Orioles team/organization for not doing the right thing and canceling the game with the White Sox so that the Ravens could open at home.





  8. #20
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    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    downside-
    Not sure I understand why the team is on your list, I doubt they had much input into that decision. My suspicion is that the call was made by the owner and a couple top execs, maybe even with guidance from MLB, although I have no evidence.





  9. #21
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    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Petard View Post
    downside-
    Not sure I understand why the team is on your list, I doubt they had much input into that decision. My suspicion is that the call was made by the owner and a couple top execs, maybe even with guidance from MLB, although I have no evidence.
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  10. #22
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    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    How about Mark Teixeira? Didn't play for the O's but sure as hell used them!





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    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    Quote Originally Posted by camdenyard View Post
    Alan Wiggins.
    Any anecdotes to support this, or just opinion? I'm not trying to bust your balls, but I always viewed Wiggins as a guy of immense talent, short on common sense, and messed up in drugs which ultimately ended his life at age 32. He pissed away his career, but I never thought he was a d-bag to fans. I would be wrong.





  12. #24

    Re: Top d bags from Baltimore sports history

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I'd put Art Schlichter in that list before Cmac.

    Cmac was always a nice guy, just had a demon or two.
    Yeah...Schlichter is an absolutely horrible human being on all levels apparently.





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