There are SOOOOOO many Mets that fit this: Frank Tanana Warren Spahn Ken Boyer, who is pretty underrated Gary Sheffield. Also underrated. And "I still want 9 ab's and I don't want to be a manager yet" Yogi Berra.
Post by Kitty Serling on Jan 10, 2020 23:41:53 GMT -5
Remember when Reggie White came out of retirement to have a horrible season in Carolina? Don't worry, most of us want to forget too. Jim McMahon may have been a journeyman but he won two Super Bowls: 20 as the starter in Chicago... and 31 as Brett Favre's backup. Hunter Hillenmeyer: Bears defensive standout. Drafted by Green Bay. Deion Sanders spent the last year of his career in Washington and then came out of retirement to play in Baltimore. Remember when Shannon Sharpe won a Super Bowl with the Ravens? Jerome Bettis may have spent most of his career in Pittsburgh, but he spent his first couple seasons with the Rams. Tim Brown was a stalwart at WR for the Raiders but ended his career with a year in Tampa Bay. Earl Campbell made a name for himself in Houston, only to spend his last couple years in New Orleans. Speaking of which.... Archie Manning was one of the few bright spots when the Saints were the Aints, but he would later spend time in Houston and Minnesota. Cris Carter: began an Eagle, thrived a Viking... ended a Dolphin? Willie Davis was a part of the great Packers teams of the 60s. Cleveland should never have let him leave after just a couple of years.
My buddy spent around a grand on a super nice Miro Satan Penguins jersey.
I mostly remember that because he spent almost the entire year in the AHL, then got called back up for the playoffs, got back into the lineup, and pounded the piss out of some dude on the Hurricanes during a fight.
As far as "This guy was a Penguin?" names :
Harry Zolnierczyk Steve Downie Luc Robitaille Ziggy Palffy John LeClair Brendan Morrow