Packers postpone Favre’s ceremony

Last Month, Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy said although the team had plans to induct former quarterback Brett Favre into the franchise’s Hall of Fame and retire his No. 4, he didn’t think it would be this season. The Packers front office has since decided otherwise. They will in fact retire Favre’s number during […]

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No. 46

For me, this one comes down to 2 baseball pitchers: Andy Pettitte, who was a great pitcher, but did admit to using performance enhancing drugs, and former saves leader Lee Smith. I went back and forth, but finally I went with the former saves leader. Pettitte was great, and he may be in the hall […]

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No. 47

How appropriate is it that in our jersey number countdown, we land on No. 47 the same weekend Tom Glavine gets inducted into the Hall of Fame? The Hall of Fame pitcher was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 1987 and he played there until 2002 when he became a New York Met. However, his […]

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No. 48

It didn’t matter what Stadium the Dallas Cowboys were playing in, it could be RFK Stadium against the Washington Redskins, the “Moose” calls could be heard every time Daryl Johnston touched the ball. Johnston is often overlooked when it comes to the Cowboys dynasty of the 1990s. Yes they had the Great Wall of Dallas […]

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Why not Russell Wilson?

Call me crazy but why don’t the Rangers bring in Russell Wilson for one game? What’s the worst that can happen? The Rangers are having oneĀ of the worst seasons ever. Brining Wilson in for a game would boost ticket sales for that game and probably jersey sales for a while. It would be the talk […]

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Melo, LeBron to Cleveland

A source close to another source who’s friends with a relative of a friend of LeBron James, says he and Carmelo Anthony are in serious talks about going to James’ hometown team to play for the Cleveland Cavs. “Melo, LeBron to Cleveland, that would be tight,” the source stated. “And I believe it’s going to […]

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No. 49

I can’t say remember Ron Guidry well. By the time he retired, I was only five years old and not a Yankees fan. However, after looking at his numbers, there’s no doubt he deserves the title of best athlete to ever wear No. 49. He finished his career with a record of 17-91 with an […]

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Remembering Richard Durrett, A Bloggers Perspective

I am not going to pretend that I was a close personal friend to the late Richard Durrett, nothing could be further from the truth, but as a Texas Rangers blogger and a Texas Rangers fan, I was an admirer of Richard Durrett. As I read the tributes coming out about him on twitter this […]

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Best of the 50s

There have been many greats to where jersey numbers in the 50s. As you already know, guys like Jack Ham, Derrick Thomas, Lawrence Taylor, Ray Lewis, Dick Butkus and others were nightmares for opponents but choosing the best to ever wear any number in the 50s is choosing the best of the best, and although […]

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