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Gambling911.com Names All-Time Major League Baseball Money Team

Written by:
Thomas Somach
Published on:
Jul/11/2011
All-Time Major League Baseball Money Team

In honor of Major League Baseball's All-Star Game on Tuesday, Gambling911.com has come up with its own baseball all-star team.

But since we're all about gambling, and gambling is all about money, our all-star team is "Major League Baseball's All-Time Money Team."

All you need to make this team is a name that's on the money.

The team:

 

Don MONEY

 

Dave CASH

 

BILL Lee

 

Dick GREEN

 

Brad PENNY

 

Carl NICHOLS

 

Curt SCHILLING

 

FRANK Howard

 

MARK McGwire

 

Martin COYNE

 

JACK Clark

 

Ernie BANKS

 

RICH Gossage 

 

Bobby BONDS

 

Manager-Maury WILLS

 

Coach-Wes STOCK

 

Announcer-Joe BUCK

 

Do you have any names to add?

 

By Tom Somach

Gambling911.com Staff Writer

tomsomach@yahoo.com

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