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We've lost a Bronco Hall of Famer Frank Quilici
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We've lost a Bronco Hall of Famer Frank Quilici
05-15-2018 07:09 PM
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RE: We've lost a Bronco Hall of Famer Frank Quilici
2nd baseman for the Twins in that '65 Series.

Has a WS record of having 2 hits in the same inning. Quite an accomplishment considering it was against Don Drysdale.

Quillici opining about that 65 season during a more recent game.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7iDltbDdPA

Recall walking the dark hallway between the Gary Center and Read where they had HOF pictures hanging on the wall. I recall my surprise in seeing Quillici's pic on the wall. I had no idea he played at WMU until then.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNWwWm7i4bo

Kalamazoo is mentioned in the introduction.
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