The other day I was talking to someone about The Nightly Show, which is the new show on Comedy Central which airs after The Daily Show.
After a few minutes of conversation, I suddenly realized that instead of referring to the host as Larry Wilmore…
…I’d spent several minutes referring to him as Larry Milbourne.
Larry Wilmore may have his own TV show, but he was never named to the Topps All-Star Rookie team…
Wilmore didn’t have the walk-off double in the Mariners’ first-ever win (4/8/77).
And Wilmore was never involved in a trade where another player was essentially traded for himself:
November 18, 1980: Traded by the Seattle Mariners with a player to be named later to the New York Yankees for Brad Gulden and $150,000. The Seattle Mariners sent Brad Gulden (May 18, 1981) to the New York Yankees to complete the trade.