8233487012_5a802daa51_k They seem as anachronistic as helmetless hockey players, the no-dunking rule and bullpen carts. But the player-coach was once a familiar figure in pro sports. Bill Russell and Lenny Wilkens in the NBA. Curly Lambeau and George Halas in football. The first six World Series were won by guys who filled out the lineup card and also were on it. This form of multi-tasking fell out of favor decades… Read More

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