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Re: Re: Re: Mike Epstein's credibility

Posted by: Laser_Fast_Eyes () on Thu Dec 7 14:28:15 2000

On another board, de novo Williams advocate Mike Epstein has been responding to posts, calling some posters by name, generally getting to know folks, just gabbing and contributing. Now, a lot of his contributions are anecedotes and terms burgled from Steve Ferroli, but forget that for now.
> > >
> > > In one thread he regales us with a story about how 1920's Detroit Tigers great Harry Heilmann gave him a personal hitting lesson. Epstein even wrote that Harry called him "Mike."
> > >
> > > I got a problem with this. Harry Heilmann died in 1952. Mike Epstein was born in 1943.
> > >
> > > You can look it up on Setpro under the baseball vs. fastpitch thread; it is Epstein's most recent post, way near the bottom.
> >
> > Mike is very credible.He has real stats over a real career and is a thoughtfulstudent of the game with a proven coaching record as well.
> >
> > What's your agenda?
> Tom
> My agenda is honesty and credibility and nothing more. Why lie about this? People who lie in their professions are suspect in my opinion. Who is he trying to impress. Forget my agenda. Ask Mike what is his agenda in making up stories about himself that place him in the company of well-known authorities, when it appears highly doubtful that he in fact was.

Hello again...late correction

Harry died in 1951 in Detroit; Mike, who was born in the Bronx, was 8, not 9.



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