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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Edward Bennett Williams
Think about the last 20 years in Baltimore with Lucchino and DeWitt as the team owners instead of controversial and beleaguered owner Peter Angelos.
So you think Dan Snyder is the lousiest owner in Washington Redskins history? Forget it, despite the franchise's 86-106 record over 12 seasons under his highfalutin' hand.
This was in the Mets' clubhouse at Shea Stadium after an October loss to the Montreal Expos eliminated New York from the 1985 National League East race. Understandably, the gloom was so thick you couldn't have cut it with a chain saw, much less a knife.
Oh, and he also adds: "I'm particularly happy to be in the 'Visionaries' category who are alive and kicking, versus the 'Pioneers in Law' with those who have passed on to the big courtroom in the sky."
Baltimore owner Edward Bennett Williams said in 1982 that the Yankees had so many good players they stockpiled outfielders "like nuclear weapons."