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08/17/2011

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Greg

And kinda sorta related is the fact that Phil Niekro had a place in Atlanta called the Knuckler Lounge!

http://www.atlantatimemachine.com/misc/knuckler_lounge.htm

I think this may've already been mentioned on the Big Hair Plastic Grass FB page and if so, sorry to be repetitive.

Dan

I have seen this before, Gregg, but had completely forgotten about it. Thanks for the reminder of Knucksie's drinking establishment!

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This guy has always managed to be awesome in the field. Whenever he's around, fans couldn't help but hold their breath in his every move.

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I didn't know so much about Joe Pepitone but your article gave me a good insight into him.

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I remember Joe Pepitone's Thing quite well. My Father, who worked for Coca-Cola at the time set up a account for Coke in the lounge 

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  • Dan Epstein is the author of Big Hair and Plastic Grass: A Funky Ride Through Baseball and America in the Swinging '70s and Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of '76, both published by Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press. He writes about baseball, music and other cultural obsessions for a variety of outlets and publications. He lives in Southern California, and is available for speaking engagements.