Rest in Peace Lou Brock! Best regards, David
I just heard that. With Tom Seaver passing a few days ago Brock is the second mainstay HOFer of the 1960s/70s to die in the last week. He was one of the first baseball players I was aware of as a youngster too. Very sad.
RIP Mike Sexton. Him and that Van Patton dude were a great duo during my time watching the WSOP.
Rest in Peace, Lady Tyrell (Game of Thrones) or for those a bit older, Emma Peel (The Avengers TV show in the 60's) ... Diana Rigg at 82.
We have lost so many great people this year. 2020 can go f the hell off. I'm so done with this year.
NFL Hall of Famer and long time Cardinals free safety Larry Wilson passed away this week who along with Seaver and Brock was another mainstay of sports cards during the 1960s and 1970s,\. He was 6 time first Team all Pro and made the 75th and 100th Anniversary All Time NFL teams. This guy was a serious NFL legend and not some borderline Hall of Famer.
And just like that, 2020 strikes again -- RIP Gale Sayers, passing away today at age 77. HOF'r with the Bears. My first recollection of him was his portrayal in Brian's Song by Billy Dee Williams.