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Old 09-10-2020, 08:41 PM
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The thread about Leon's September 5 birthday (Happy Birthday buddy!) which is also Nap Lajoie's birthday got me thinking -

Who is the greatest player born on your birthday?

It may take some digging, but let's try. Mine is April 21, which is QE2's birthday (and one day after Hitler - phew, dodged a bullet there!) but I don't know who the MLB players are... while I look for mine, why don't you post yours -

What MLBers were born on your birthday?
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July 17 for me. The only Hall of Fame player born on that day is Lou Boudreau.
Lots of guys that I’ve never heard of too. Surely somebody can beat that.
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wow!
what a coincidence the first reply would be from someone with MY same birthday.
also remember roy mcmillan (1929), and net54 member, kevin s.- baseball rarities,
as well as the date that ty cobb died (1961).
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Kirby Puckett, not too shabby.
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Easy for me, Dan Brouthers far and away the best.

Honorable mention to Edd Roush and Ross Barnes.
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8/9 - Ted Simmons & Deion Sanders

2/6 (my wife) - Babe Ruth
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Branch Rickey

Fred Merkle

Gabby Harnett

Cecil Cooper



Awesome names. I'm such a lucky guy.
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Fielder Jones on August 13 for me....

Now thats Old School
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Kenny Lofton, Goose Tatum, Clint Eastwood, John Bonham and Brooke Shields to start.
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I cannot offer much in baseball. I like to check every so often and here is what I get for my birthday:

Baseball - August ‘Gussie’ Busch, Jr.

NBA – Byron Scott, Rick Barry, Michael Smith, Luke Walton, Jerry Sloan, Kevin Loughery

NHL – Keith Tkachuk (also Olympics), Nikita Nesterov, Jeff Beukeboom, Jonathan Drouin

NFL – Derek Carr, Chris Long (Howie’s son), Jim Turner (SB III)

Boxing – Joey Maxim, Johnny Famechon (world champ)

Olympics – Joe Wright, Jr., J. Michael Plumb, Ronnie Ray Smith, Eva Jahl, Harvey Glance, Bart Conner, Jason Gailes, Teee Williams all medal winners and Jonathan Edwards.

Music – Lady Gaga, Reba McIntire, John Evan (Jethro Tull), Cheryl James – Salt of Salt n Pepa, Dave Keunig – The Killers

Movies, TV – Julia Stiles, Diane Wiest, Conchata Ferrell (2½ Men), Ken Howard (White Shadow), Vince Vaughn, Marlin Perkins (Wild Kingdom)

Other interesting people – Frederick Pabst (brewer), Edmund Muskie, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Maxim Gorky (writer, ‘Gorky Park’)
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Kid Gleason, Judy Johnson, Hillary Clinton and the United Nations among a few million others.
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Stan Musial, Ken Griffey Jr, and Bobby Mathews, inventor of the spitball and fadeaway curve.
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Pair of Aces: Smoky Joe Wood & Pedro Martinez
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Yogi Berra!

It gets late early around here... It sure does
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hmmmm - Lefty Gomez for me - Who'd a thunk it? I am also "Left-Handed"

Found on Baseball Almanac page along with lots of other cool stuff.

https://www.baseball-almanac.com/his...ay.php?d=11-26

I think if you just change the "11-26" to your date it will happen
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Harry Lumley
Hunky Shaw
Harry Steinfeldt
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Bull Durham (1877). Jim Edmonds, Rico Petrocelli, Jeff Conine.
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Wow never thought of looking

But I did and found that "The Human Hairpin" and HOF Addie Joss shares the Same Birthday.

but just my luck I lost out on getting his 1911 Addie Joss Day post card on HA the other day.

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A few people born April 15,

Leonardo DaVinci
Nikita Khrushchev
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Ilya Kovalchuk,
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Going by WAR it's Pinky Hawley who pitched through the 1890s and won 31 games the year after he lost 27. 2nd is Christian Yelich.

In football, it's Art Monk. Close behind would be Art Still and Jim Plunkett.
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August 30

Ted Williams

KiKi Cuyler

Tug McGraw

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I did this same thread a few years ago:
https://www.net54baseball.com/showthread.php?t=214469

At that point I said Mike Piazza and I still think that is the right answer, but I would also add Andrelton Simmons now as a second place player for a Sept 4th birthday.
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Hack Wilson, Virgil Trucks and Aaron Judge.
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January 31 for me -----Nolan Ryan AND Jackie Robinson. Also, Tyler Seguin in hockey........also Justin Timberlake.
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Iron Man McGinnity. After that the picking get really slim...like probably Paul Mirabella thin.
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2 HOFers

Robin Yount
Tim Raines

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B.B.King
Lauren Bacall
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Ted Simmons and Neon Deion.
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Ernest Hemingway (I have a beard and like to fish)
Johnny Evers (I'm a huge Cubs fan so this is cool)
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Don Sutton

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Okay, there are currently 333 members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. 31 are executives and 10 are umpires. (TEN UMPIRES?!) So that means there are 292 players/managers in the Hall of Fame. That means that, on average, you have an 80% chance that a hall of famer (people who wore the uniform) was born on your birthday.
I have two. John McGraw and Bobby Doerr. I beat the odds.

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As a leap year baby, my odds are only 25% as good as everyone else's. However, I do share a birthday with '31 WS hero Pepper Martin and former MVP Al Rosen.
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Cap Anson on April 17th


Go to following link and enter your birthday if you want to see all baseball players with the same birthday as your.

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HOF - Jake Buckley
HOF caliber - Roger Clemens
Royalty - Elizabeth, the Queen Mother
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My birthday buddy is Cecil Fielder. Man for a few years that man bopped!

And then for a few more, his son Prince bopped!

But my birthday buddy is alas, a year *younger* than me and his son is already retired. I feel old.
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April 4...A bunch of minor stars like Gil Hodges, but my biggie is Tris Speaker.
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Wow didnt know I had 52 birthday buddies!
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Finally got around to checking mine. April 21 has to be about the least impressive collection of any date.

My MVP/biggest star is Ken Caminiti - Holy shirt!!

Best pitcher is Gary Peters at 124-103. Jesse Orosco had a long career anyway.

To find anybody else good I have to go all the way to 1855 for Hardy Richardson...
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I'm fortunate to share my birthday with Hall of Famer Zack Wheat as we were both born on May 23rd! His T206 is a beauty, might have to add this one to my want list

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For Nov. 22, which I share with JFK's assassination and is occasionally on Thanksgiving, it looks like Dick Bartell or Lew Burdette. Had he not been murdered, Lyman Bostock might well have topped those two.
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My mom got me this for my birthday. Yes, you read that right. I just looked and, lo and behold, Boss and I share a birthday....today. Happy Birthday, Boss!!!
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My mom got me this for my birthday. Yes, you read that right. I just looked and, lo and behold, Boss and I share a birthday....today. Happy Birthday, Boss!!!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY....Conor


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NOV 5th

I cannot think of any major BB players who were born on my Birthday (Walter Johnson is on Nov 6th).

Anyhow, Harry Gumbert (15-year ML career pitching for Giants, Cardinals, and Cincinnati) born Nov 5.
Harry was born in Elizabeth, Pennsylvania....I was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Quite a coincidence.

Jim Tabor [9-year ML career (7 with Red Sox and 2 with Phillies) as a 3rd Baseman. His claim to fame
is 3 HR's in a game on July 4, 1939 of which 2 of them were Grand-Slams that were hit in consecutive
innings. This noteworthy feat may be Major League record.
Check-out this coincidence...Tabor was born in New Hope, Alabama...I live in New Hope, Pennsylvania.

Don't mind me, I am fascinated by such type of coincidences.

Furthermore, major celebrities with the same Birthday are Roy Rogers (favorite Cowboy), Joel McCrea,
Art Garfunkle, Peter Noone, Elke Summer, and Vivian Leigh.

Off the top of my mind, they are the notable folks whose Birthday is Nov 5th. I'll do a bit of homework
to see if I can come up with some more.


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In the early 1960's there arrived at the studio where the Beatles were recording a demonstration tape from Peter Noone, of Herman's Hermits fame. The piece of tape that labeled the recording read "Peter Noone". Unfortunately, the handwritten label had a slight space between the two o's of his last name. For the rest of his life, the ever sarcastic John Lennon called Peter Noone, "Peter No One".
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