Saturday Shortstop: Lou Boudreau

Lou BoudreauLou Boudreau was a great player from 1938 to 1952. Eight time all star, in 1948 was the AL MVP and Manager of the Year, helping the Cleveland Indians to their last World Series win.

Ok.  It’s now official.  ‘This is Ryan’ is the most used page in TE Land.  Listen I get Kore4, and am a big fan.  1st day subscriber and promoter.  But give poor Ryan a break.  Anybody that hasn’t seen that page is nearer dead than alive, and not a very good candidate for K4.  Really.

Speaking of voices I have heard too much of, Steve Ayling’s woman announcer’s voice just makes me crazy.  He’s got a great startpage campaign going on all over TE land, and that spot is particularly suited to the task.  It’s all good except for the voice.  Must remind me of an ex wife.  Or maybe all 3…

Jon Olson. Yes that Jon Olson, announced this week that he got a subpoena to testify at a trial as a witness. My question: Has anyone ever, in the history of humankind, been happy to see a subpoena?

Of all things, there is a controversy at the Sweeva Surf Party. Some individuals are really solo people and some are multiple people. Confused? You should be. This last week, the winner in the individual category had no members of their individualness that would have made the grade against the top 3 solo individuals.

OK. So here’s the deal. Individual is ONE. Team is multiple. If Legacy can’t compete as a team, they should give all their advertising to one member of their team and compete that way. Individual is one person. Team is more than one. There, I’ve said it.

Boudreau wasn’t just a baseball player. He played Basketball at the University of Illinois, earning All American honors in 1938. He was also the father-in-law of the last 30 game winning pitcher, Denny McLain.

Player and manager, Lou Boudreau excelled at both. Multi talented is a fine attribute for anyone in any business.

I’m just sayin’

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