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Old 07-27-2006, 10:57 AM   #1
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Best Article I've read on Maryland Pit Beef

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Old 07-27-2006, 11:11 AM   #2
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Good find Jim! I've eaten at Boog's at Camden Yards and the one in Ocean City, they make a great sandwich.
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You guys post stuff like this and then wonder why I cook so often....Pit beef =P~
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Great find Jim!! =D>
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Good find Jim! I've eaten at Boog's at Camden Yards and the one in Ocean City, they make a great sandwich.
Years ago, when my uncle was a Baltimore Oriole, I ate dinner with Boog Powell and Brooks Robinson at a crab joint on the bay. It was called Mo Brook's and I was 11. My first taste of Old Bay! My face burned all night!

ps. His name is Merv Rettenmund. 69-70-71-72 Orioles. Traded to the 73-74-75 Reds.
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no way, I had his baseball card when he was with the Reds! I was huge Cincy fan till Marge ruined all of baseball for me.
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Yep, he is married to mom's sister Sue! He is out of Flint, Mi. went to Ball St. Drafted by both the Cowboys (RB) and Orioles. Decided on baseball as a more stable career. Hit .316 in 71 (the year Paul Blair got hurt and he played all season.) Went to 8 World series as a player or coach.( Batting instructer on the 90-91-92 A's and again on San Diego.) I got alot of mileage from this as a kid!
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