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Hail To The Chief – Part #2

Gene Locklear first HR ball

In Part #2 of our interview, we talked with Gene about several different topics, and rather than type them out, we decided to let Gene’s words speak for themselves, so here we go… First, Gene shares with us what he considers to

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Ted Shares One of his Proudest Moments

Last week, Ted talked about his one-on-one encounter with the Phillie Phanatic and how rowdy the Philly fans can be.  This week, our eggcelent discussion turned to his proudest moment in the suit and the people who inspire him to

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The KGB Chicken’s First Shtick on the Field

We left off last week talking with Ted about the city that was too conservative to invite him to perform. Now, let’s find out if Ted would ever sell the rights to the Chicken. Let’s see what he says as

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First Trip With The Madres

My first memory of hearing the name Madres was at Jack Murphy Stadium.  I was at the ballpark early with some friends and there was a luncheon going on, so I decided to check it out.  I was told by

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