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    Daugherty: Homer Bailey is all grown up

    Nice article by Paul Daugherty.

    It absolutely is. We have a lot of ifs. I’m the first one on the list. If myself and Johnny (Cueto) progress, we’re going to have a pretty good staff,’’ Bailey says.
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    http://news.cincinnati.com/article/2...s+all+grown+up

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    Re: Daugherty: Homer Bailey is all grown up

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    Nice article by Paul Daugherty.



    Link to the full article:

    http://news.cincinnati.com/article/2...s+all+grown+up
    I cracked up laughing when Bailey asked Daughterty if he was nervous when he interviewed his first major league player:
    Sure, I say. It was Bill Madlock. “Ever heard of him?’’

    “No,’’ Bailey says.
    "I can still throw it in the 70s. And I can throw it in the 80s if I don't want to comb my hair for a week." - Bob Feller at age 66 when asked how hard he could throw.

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    Re: Daugherty: Homer Bailey is all grown up

    "Learn how to learn." Excellent phrase, that many of us can relate to.


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