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Re: [MLB] ALCS - Detroit vs Yankees
said by Jackarino:Wait, something bad happened to Ozzie Smith?
Lets have some compassion for the best SS in the history of baseball
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After grazing the information about Hall of Fame Shortstops, I will have to go with Joe Cronin
Joe Cronin was the American League's All-Star shortstop seven times and its MVP in 1930 when he hit .346 with 126 RBIs. The jovial, square-jawed Irishman possessed the determination and toughness to become a wizard with the glove and a powerhouse at bat. He topped the .300 mark eight times and also enjoyed eight 100-RBI seasons. At age 27, Cronin won the 1933 pennant as a rookie manager with Washington before he was traded to the Red Sox. He later served two terms as American League president.
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We all have our own opinion
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