Remembering Sammy Baugh
If you come straight to the baseball page, you might have missed the news: Sammy Baugh died. A few snippets of his obituary:
Baugh was the best all-around player in an era when such versatility was essential. In 1943, he led the league in passing, punting and defensive interceptions. In one game, he threw four touchdown passes and intercepted four as well. He threw six touchdowns passes in a game twice. His 51.4-yard punting average in 1940 is still the NFL record."There's ...
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