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Players in the "wrong" uniforms

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6 hours ago, SabresRule7361 said:

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Nene played 10 years with the Denver Nuggets, but his rookie campaign was the final year before they overhauled their uniforms

And the back of his uni says Hilario, his last name

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On Sun Mar 05 2017 at 0:07 PM, FlyEaglesFly76 said:

Y'know you had it rough when your right team is an XFL team..

I'd agree with this for anyone but Maddox. 

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Chauncey Billups and Stephen Marbury who both end up becoming superstars outside of Minnesota

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16 minutes ago, Rj0498 said:

Ray Allen and Stephen Marbury who both end up becoming superstars outside of Minnesota

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StephOn Marbury and RAY ALLEN? Wha?

 

And I also best remember StephOn Marbury as a T-Wolve/Wolf/Whateverthefxck.

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22 minutes ago, Cujo said:

 

StephOn Marbury and RAY ALLEN? Wha?

 

And I also best remember StephOn Marbury as a T-Wolve/Wolf/Whateverthefxck.

Stupid spellcheck put it as Stephen. I see him more as a knick. That  was the team he was on when his best seasons happened. And that ray allen mistake was just a brain fart

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Mookie Wilson, the hero of the 1986 World Series for the New York Mets, played the last three years of his career as a Toronto Blue Jay.

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9 hours ago, Cujo said:

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Can't wait to hear your rationale. 

 

Notable things he did with the Reds:

- Made his major league debut

- five seasons

- 383 career appearances, 324 with the Reds

- set the world speed record for a fastball

- four all-star games

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28 minutes ago, McCarthy said:

Can't wait to hear your rationale. 

 

Notable things he did with the Reds:

- Made his major league debut

- five seasons

- 383 career appearances, 324 with the Reds

- set the world speed record for a fastball

- four all-star games

I still think of him as a Red and not a Cub, no matter how many championships he may win in Chicago.

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22 minutes ago, BrianLion said:

Considering he's back with the Yankees I'm going to say that likely stays at ONE

That's right! I forgot! Still, he is a Red to me.

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13 hours ago, San Diego said:

Lorenzo Neal as a Raider. 

 

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What would his "right" uniform be?He also played for the Saints, Titans, Bengals, Chargers...did he also play for Tampa at some point? 

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1 minute ago, MCM0313 said:

What would his "right" uniform be?He also played for the Saints, Titans, Bengals, Chargers...did he also play for Tampa at some point? 

 

Chargers

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11 minutes ago, San Diego said:

 

Chargers

Why? He played in a Super Bowl with Tennessee.

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1 hour ago, MCM0313 said:

Why? He played in a Super Bowl with Tennessee.

 

He made 3 pro bowl's and 3 all pros as a Charger. I remember him for being Tomlinson's full back. 

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1 hour ago, San Diego said:

 

He made 3 pro bowl's and 3 all pros as a Charger. I remember him for being Tomlinson's full back. 

It does seem as well that the five seasons he spent in San Diego were the longest time he was with one team. I guess there is a good case for what you're saying.

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