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Old 07-16-2018, 01:19 AM
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I am pretty confident that I have seen #9 before but cannot place the face and it is driving me nuts. I keep eagerly opening the new posts in this thread hoping that he has been id'd!
Same!

Utley wannabe is the only guy not looking at the camera. Definitely some museum patron. Rookie can't take a pic. Haha.
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Old 07-16-2018, 01:25 AM
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Not to drop a grenade, but George Brett is the best player in that pic, unless #9 is Ty Cobb.
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Just another opinion, but while maybe that's Rosen, and he certainly wouldn't be out of place in that group,
it don't look like him to us. Al had a pretty prodigious schnozz, and we're not seeing it there.
Here's Al within just a few years of that 2006 group photo:
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I am so glad StudsTerkel was photographed while he was still living. Thanks for pointing that out.
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#10 is not Kell, I grew up watching Tiger broadcasts, and that’s definitely not him.


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maybe Frank Malzone, Eddie Yost, Richie Hebner or Buddy Bell?
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Could #9 be Butch Hobson?

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Honestly, since we know the picture was taken at the Yogi Berra Museum, I, personally, would contact them. They have to have records that would include a listing of previous events. They could probably look up and find any instances of Nettles, Brett, Robinson, and Schmidt being there at the same time, along with whoever else was there with them.

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Steve,

Your post was the most helpful. I just got off the phone with a kind lady at the Museum, who was as determined as you guys to answer the question posed.
Once I got her logged in to Net54, it was easy.

The correct list is now posted in my original post. Only 5 players are in the photo: Brett, Yogi, Brooks, Graig & Schmidt. The other five were guests that evening.

Disclaimer: This was not posed as a trick question, nor is it my photo. The grandfather of my daughter-in-law has the photo and through her asked me the question. Thanks to all who contributed. I am glad to resolve the issue before this thread became a Net54 classic.

Now, can anyone identify the five guests.
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Lol those guests should be honored we made them revered major leaguers!!!!

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So, just to be clear, are you saying that #1 isn't Studs Terkel? That guy could make money playing his double.
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David Wright along with Alex Rodriguez canceled at the last minute, Wright's excuse was that he was double booked that night, Rodriguez had a better excuse, his mother suddenly fell ill.
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