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JIM PAINTER - 54
01/30/03     MOIR HILL  (1954)      mlbbhill@aol.com
JIM PAINTER WILL BE INDUCTED INTO THE JR COLLEGE HALL OF FAME THIS MAY....WE ARE VERY PROUD OF HIM......ALL THE TIME WE SPENT ON BROWN ST FIELD HAS PAID OFF.....WAY TO GO "PERCY"..
 
01/31/03     Ralph  (1956)      rpru@earthlink.net
Re: JIM PAINTER
Please add me to the "we are very proud of
him" statement. MaVaHi may have had better
third basemen over the years - but, I never
seen them play. Jimmy Painter was unique
in the smooth way he played third - it would
be very hard - or virtually impossible - to
play the position as "Percy" did. Congratu-
lations Jimmy - it is a deserving award for
an all around great guy and ballplayer.
02/01/03     Nelson E. Smith  (1969)      fearless0351@aol.com
Re: JIM PAINTER
Congrats to Mr. Painter....spent a litle time on the Brown St field myself and English Field as well
02/02/03     Ralph Pruitt  (1956)      rpru@earthlink.net
Re: JIM PAINTER
One more indorsement of Jimmy Painter. In
1956 while serving with the Air Force in
Japan - I had the pleasure of seeing Painter
play baseball - and also managed to say
hello and shake his hand. Jimmy was playing
shortstop that day (eat your heart out
Junior) and showed he could adapt quite well
to a position change.
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