"The Ol' Left-hander" Joe Nuxhall

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  1. pocadots1990

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    rounding 3rd and heading for home...
     
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    A true loss for a great city.
     
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    Bobby said it well, and Andy said it best.
     
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    The world of baseball is both a little sadder, and a little poorer, today.

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    I recall Joe as a player as well as his work on radio. I think I had a baseball card of him with the KC Royals.
    Living in Fl. we could always get the Reds' games, I started off with Wade Hoyt the ex Yankee pitcher doing the Reds and then Marty and Joe, it does not get much better than that, to watch a ball game on the radio, yes, I said watch, with Wade I kew what was going on on the field and when trucks pasted by on the highway, full picture and with Marty and Joe I knew the Reds could still win no matter what the score. They taught me good guys wear white hat (which I already knew from Hoppy, Gene and Roy) and Reds' uniforms.
     

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