Monday, October 26, 2020

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KOBS voting: Ray Lewis vs. Ken Singleton today!

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What appears to be a mismatch on the field might be a bit closer if folks vote in a popularity poll today.

Ken Singleton, as shown in our vote-in round, is a VERY popular old Oriole. From the mid-1970s through the early 1990’s, Singy was either playing the outfield or doing TV sports at Channel 13.

He now does YES Network broadcasts for Yankees games and appears on WNST from time to time.

Ray Lewis, it could be argued, is the greatest athlete in the history of the city. He’s a very legitimate No. 1 seed.

Over the years, opinions about the “off the field” Ray have varied. We’ll see how it goes with the vote, but just think about a purple world without Ray Lewis.

Let the voting begin…

 

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