Ralph Kiner, RIP

by 2 February 06, 2014 0 Comments

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There's not much I can say about Ralph that you don't already know. I unfortunately never met the man, but was fortunate enough to listen to and watch him as I was learning about this game I've grown to love. He will always be a legend in all respects.

As pointed out on Twitter and Facebook by numerous folks; a fitting tribute from the team would be to rename a portion of the ballpark in his honor.

Visually this left field "Korner" might be a good choice.

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