‘Million Dollar Question’ – If You Could Watch A Ballgame With Any Deceased Hall Of Famer, Who Would You Choose??
I hope that the title of this post does not sound too weird. If it does, I apologize….
But, with all of the great responses that last week’s ‘Million Dollar Question’ presented, I wanted to take this question one step further.
Last week, I asked what current Hall of Fame player would you most like to sit and watch a ballgame with. And the answers were excellent – ranging from Willie Mays to Ozzie Smith to Goose Gossage to Eddie Murray. And there were other excellent and exciting names suggested as well.
This week, I wanted to explore that kind of question a bit further.
Go back even further – to eras that you may not have experienced yourself but have learned about. Maybe it is the 1920’s or 1940’s or 1960’s.
Either way, is there a player from that time that you would like to be able to learn more about from the source himself? Is there a legend from generations ago that you always wished you know more about?
For this week’s post, I want to know ‘If You Could Watch A Ballgame With Any Deceased Hall Of Famer, Who Would You Choose’???
As for my answer, I came up with it pretty easily. And while the name may surprise you a bit, as it did me, I went with it for the educational approach.
For me, there is no player in the history of the sport that could teach and talk about the art of hitting a baseball better than Hall of Famer, Mr. Ted Williams. So, my pick goes with him. And I would have to think that after taking in a game with him and getting the time to chat about the sport and specifically hitting, I would probably watch baseball differently from there on out…
And now it is your turn – ‘If You Could Watch A Ballgame With Any Deceased Hall Of Famer, Who Would You Choose’??
I look forward to your answers!! Have a great night.