Trey Wingo weighs in on Rafael Palmeiro’s MLB comeback | Golic and Wingo | ESPN

Trey Wingo weighs in on Rafael Palmeiro’s MLB comeback | Golic and Wingo | ESPN

Trey Wingo weighs in on the likelihood that 53 year-old Rafael Palmeiro will be able to revive his baseball career.

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MatchCoal Pot #crackincauldron says:

As a position player?

Kawaki Is Already More Useful Than Sakura says:

Seriously? Oh lord lol

anthony cheesman says:

LeBron is 31 not dead lol

zeekmorris says:

Old ass spic

John C says:

With modern technology constantly advancing, these athletes will be playing for damn near a lifetime, eventually.

I think Raffy can do it as a bench player or DH. I think LeBron, Wilson and Brady will have longevity like we haven’t seen before…

I’d say that Bernard Hopkins and Julio Franco Are motivation for most people in our modern time.

Deadstock2pro says:

Mr 3000 in real life?

John Jones says:

Did Palmeiro ever serve time for lying to congress about doping up?

iiivmmi says:

nobody cares who this is

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