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  1. "I Ain't an Athlete, Lady..." by John Kruk, 1994-01-01
  2. Straight Talk from Wild Thing by Mitch Williams, Darrell Berger, 2010-04-01
  3. Águilas de Mexicali Players: Fernando Valenzuela, Mike Piazza, Jonny Gomes, Hensley Meulens, John Kruk, Rudy Seánez, Cristhian Presichi
  4. The 33-Year-Old Rookie [With Earbuds] (Playaway Adult Nonfiction) by Chris Coste, 2008-12

1. John Kruk Statistics -
John Kruk batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statistics for each season and his career, and a list of any postseason

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3. Shrine To John Kruk @ Baseball Directory Detailed View
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4. John Kruk Baseball Stats By Baseball Almanac
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5. CNN/SI - Baseball - John Kruk
John Kruk Bats Left Throws Left Height 5' 10" Weight 214 lbs. Born Feb 9, 1961 in Charleston, West Virginia College Allegany CC

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8. John Kruk Autographed Baseball
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9. Baseball Junkie John Kruk's Ballot
Baseball, movies, music, and no politics. And absolutely no wisecracks about Mormonism. Friday, September 24, 2004 John Kruk's Ballot

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11. John Kruk Statistics -
john kruk batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statisticsfor each season and his career, and a list of any postseason awards he
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John Martin Kruk Bats Left, Throws Left
Height Weight 204 lb.
April 7, 1986
Final Game
July 30, 1995
February 9 in Charleston, WV Drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 3rd round of the 1981 amateur draft (Secondary Phase). All Transactions About biographical information
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john kruk Similar Players Close Window. Similar Batters Compare Stats Mike Easler (928); Orlando Merced (925); Hal Morris (920); Roy Cullenbine (919) Kruk

13. Shrine To John Kruk
and guys named Chipper, but my favorite baseball player ever is john kruk, Surely you know by now that john has a plush gig on ESPN s baseball
Shrine to John Kruk
Why do I wear #29 for my summer league softball team? You can have your Hall of Famers, you can have your Griffeys and Rodriguezes and guys named "Chipper," but my favorite baseball player ever is John Kruk, first baseman for the Padres, Phillies and White Sox. He swung a mean bat, had deceptive speed, gave his all for the team, and always came through in the clutch. More than anything, though, it's just that he's so NORMAL. He looks like that guy from the machine shop you always see in the neighborhood bar. As he himself said, when admonished for being a professional athlete and yet smoking, "I ain't an athlete, lady, I'm a baseball player." Plus, he's funnier than hell, as evidenced by numerous appearances on Letterman. The Krukker retired a few years back due to bad knees, and he is sorely missed. Here's an archive of pictures, articles, and other items about him. Surely you know by now that John has a plush gig on ESPN's Baseball Tonight. They're even letting him write a column on's Page 2

14. Shrine To John Kruk
I remember john kruk when he played AA ball in Beaumont, TX during the summer of1983. I ll miss john kruk s fire and enthusiasm for baseball.
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As the proprietor, I'll go first. Everyone likes to talk about Kruk vs. Randy Johnson, or Kruk playing with torn pants, but the moment that made me a John Kruk fan forever came in the '92 All-Star game in San Diego. First base has always been a talent-deep position throughout the majors, and in '92 there were at least four first basemen on the NL All-Star roster. In an effort to get our man in the game, the NL manager sent Kruk out to right field late in the game. John played in the outfield in years past, but it had been a while. Sure enough, a towering fly ball was hit his way. Back... back... to the warning track... Kruk crashed into the wall, looking like he was going to go right through it, and missed the ball entirely. Before America could stop laughing, he got up, picked up the ball, and THREW OUT THE RUNNER AT THIRD BASE! A beautiful play. He meant to do that. Here's what some other people have said about Kruk and about this site. Each paragraph is a different writer. The opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the Shrine's caretaker; my comments are in brackets. This page contains older submissions, an archive of sorts; you can go back to read newer submissions.

15. Major League Baseball History All-Star Game Recaps
john kruk, the member of the Phillies least likely to finish the game in a cleanuniform, stepped into the batter s box. Despite his pearshaped body and

16. Lenny Dykstra |
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Nicknamed "Nails" for his scrappy style of play, Lenny Dykstra did everything all out he worked hard, played hard, and partied hard. An integral member of the brash Mets of the mid-1980s and the blue-collar Phillies of the early 1990s, Dykstra epitomized the gritty leadoff hitter, blossoming to use power as well as speed in his repertoire. SHOPPING Look for Lenny Dykstra books at

17. John Kruk: Information From
john kruk john Martin kruk (born February 9 , 1961 in Charleston, West Virginia and He played baseball at Keyser High School in Keyser, West Virginia,
showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Wikipedia Best of Web Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping John Kruk Wikipedia John Kruk John Martin Kruk (born February 9 in Charleston, West Virginia and grew up in Keyser, West Virginia ) is an American former Major League Baseball player. He played baseball at Keyser High School in Keyser, West Virginia , at Potomac State College , and at Allegany Community College, He began his professional career with the San Diego Padres after being drafted in 1981. He played in such outposts as Walla Walla, Reno, Beaumont, and Las Vegas, before making his debut with the Padres in The portly outfielder was dealt to the Philadelphia Phillies during the 1989 season, and he blossomed into an All-Star as the team used him primarily at first base . Kruk played in the All-Star Game in 1991, 1992, and 1993. In 1993, he had a memorable at bat when he flailed wildly at 98 mile per hour fastballs from Seattle Mariners pitcher Randy Johnson Kruk, who batted .316 in

18. Sports: Baseball: Players: K: Kruk, John - Open Site
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19. John Kruk Baseball Stats By Baseball Almanac
john kruk baseball stats with batting stats, pitching stats and fielding stats,along with uniform numbers, salaries, quotes, career stats and biographical

20. 1993 All-Star Game Box Score By Baseball Almanac
baseball Almanac provides a box score to the 1993 AllStar Game. The ball (thrownabove head high) just got away, but john (kruk) has the type of
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Baseball Almanac All-Star Game Mini Menu Game / Box Links 1993 All-Star Game 1993 Play-by-Play Navigation Next Box Score Previous Box Score "The ball (thrown above head high) just got away, but John (Kruk) has the type of personality that he didn't think anything of it." - Seattle Mariner pitcher Randy Johnson B aseball Almanac is pleased to present the box score to the 1993 Midsummer Classic which was played on July 13, 1993 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland. 1993 All-Star Game National League 3 vs American League 9
July 13, 1993 Oriole Park at Camden Yards Name Pos AB R H RBI
Marquis Grissom cf Roberto Kelly cf Barry Bonds lf Bobby Bonilla lf Gary Sheffield Dave Hollins John Kruk Andres Galarraga ... Barry Larkin ss Jeff Blauser ss Mark Grace dh Gregg Jefferies ph-dh David Justice rf Tony Gwynn rf Darren Daulton c Mike Piazza c Ryne Sandberg Jay Bell Terry Mulholland p Andy Benes p John Burkett p Steve Avery p John Smoltz p Rod Beck p Bryan Harvey p Totals Name Pos AB R H RBI Roberto Alomar Carlos Baerga Paul Molitor dh Albert Belle ph-dh Frank Thomas ph-dh Ken Griffey, Jr.

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