Herb Singleton was there!
Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS — Eddie Ray.
running back, signed.
Tuesday, July 13, 1976
Mark Wahl, Dan Shepherd, Brad Kramer, Al Knapp and Keith Muehr, kickers; Herb Singleton and Scott Christman, quarterbacks; Dwaine Copeland and Clifton Marcus, running backs: Bob Cason, defensive back, and Ned Deane, linebacker, cut.
Source: The Spokesman Review
Texas notes: Singleton in good position
By Todd Traub / Special to MLB.com
Jonathan Singleton has played baseball since he was 8 years old, and it didn't take long for him to chose the game over his father's sport of football.
06/05/2012 10:21 AM ET
Never mind that Herb Singleton was once quarterback for the University of Oregon. Jonathan, Corpus Christi's first baseman and the Houston Astros' No. 1 prospect, had his heart set on baseball -- though it wasn't like he was turning his back on a family business or ignoring his father's wishes.
"Actually my dad wanted me to play baseball, so it went pretty smoothly," said Singleton. "You last longer, and he thinks it's a much more complex game."
In his fourth pro season, the 20-year-old Singleton is preparing for what looks like an eventuality -- the day he suits up with Houston.
"It's a good organization -- good things happen, so I'm definitely excited about it," he said.
Singleton has been with the Astros since midseason last year, when he came over in a trade from the Phillies.
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