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"A dollar was a dollar in those days and ballplayers weren’t worrying about money, they were worrying about the game…We were grateful to have a job.”
(Southern California)...6'0'', 191...Morris Hiram Badgro. . .Three-sport star at USC. . .Rookie with Red Grange-led 1927 Yankees. . .In pro baseball with St. Louis Browns two years, returned to NFL, 1930. . . Superior defender, excellent blocker, big-play receiver. . . Tied for NFL pass-receiving title, 1934. . . First- or second-team All-NFL 1930, 1931, 1933, 1934. . .Scored first TD in NFL championship game series, 1933. . .Oldest player ever elected to Hall. . . Born December 1, 1902, in Orillia, Washington. . .Died July 13, 1998, at age of 95.
.@LT_21 unveiled his @Ford Hometown HOFer plaque during tonight’s @TCUFootball game. https://t.co/cSBUm5xfKK
Posted on 22 Oct
The HOF Street Team is at the @ColumbusZoo today w/ the @ArnoldSports festival for Boo at the Zoo. Fans that stop b… https://t.co/qMPrh8kiZl
Posted on 21 Oct