Thursday, August 20, 2009

Dodger Correspondence: Packy Rogers

Packy Rogers is a man of little words. He played Major League ball for only one season for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1938. He got into only 23 games and had 37 at-bats. Below is a note from Packy where he shares his most exciting moment.
My most exciting moment, I would have to say, was when I tripled my first official time at bat in the National League.
Like I said he get's right to the point.

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