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Still pains me to see this, although, I still wish him the best.

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He won't have much of a shot because the media around here are bashing the team and saying they are too old. Rightfully so and it's a shame because it won't be his fault.

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Rollie Fingers and Joe Rudi in Red Sox uniforms in 1976, after Charlie Finley sold them to Boston, but before Bowie Kuhn nullified the deal.

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The source, Dan Epstein, who is the author of Stars & Strikes: Baseball & America in the Bicentennial Summer of '76, says that this shot is from the Oakland Colliseum.

Here is the link to the comments for this shot.

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It's not going to count though, if he never played a game with them. There's a pic out there somewhere of Crosby in a purple and black Kings uniform, I believe.

Both of them count, because... they were in the uniform. And the thread is called "Players in the 'wrong' uniform".

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I have looked, but to no avail. There are no pictures of Halak in a Sabres uniform.

shi-shaa

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Did you take that yourself? Because I looked EVERYWHERE.

I did not; I saw it earlier when I read he was traded, and was confused because he had just been traded. This is the nature of the 2014 NHL trade hootenanny. Yes, hootenanny.

Also, habsfan, how does something like this not "count"? He was listed, and dressed as the backup goaltender for a regular season NHL game.

He's got a uniform and everything, it's really great!

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Still pains me to see this, although, I still wish him the best.

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It's where he started

Oh what could've been for the 80s and 90s Phillies if they had kept him.

Nothing would have been any different for the 80s or 90s. Not sure how old you are but that was an organization that was not run in a way that was conducive to winning, or even competing. Also, not a single negative word has been said about him, so I'm not sure what you're talking about. When the team flops (or players start dying on the field due to old age or osteoperosis or something, because old), it will be on RAJ, not Sandberg.

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