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THEY SAID IT
May 22, 1967
?Rick Reichardt, Angel outfielder, asked what he wanted to be after his playing days: "Baseball commissioner."
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May 22, 1967

They Said It

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? Rick Reichardt, Angel outfielder, asked what he wanted to be after his playing days: "Baseball commissioner."

?Paul Naumoff, Tennessee linebacker, upon signing with the Detroit Lions for $20,000: "They came up $2,000, and I came down $100,000."

? Leon Wagner, Cleveland outfielder, on why Manager Joe Adcock hasn't been using Rocky Colavito and him: "Because we have no faults. Joe loves to correct faults, and that left us out. I've been trying to find a flaw that Joe could work on so that I could play more."

? Jack Nicklaus, on his new 38-foot boat: "It will seat six fishermen or 12 lovers."

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