Manny, Where Art Thou?

Manny Ramirez: Throwback to Rube Waddell

It is difficult to believe Manny Ramirez, pride of George Washington High School and the Washington Heights section of upper Manhattan, no longer intends to play professional baseball. At his peak, he was the most dangerous hitter of his time. He also made himself into a competent outfielder. But he was an entity unto himself. When asked who, of anyone that ever lived, he’d want to spend time with, Manny enigmatically replied journeyman ballplayer Enrique Wilson. Manny, come back!

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