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There may be beer drinkers on the Chicago Cubs, but no cigarette smokers, at least not until the close of the season...Evers will not permit their use at any time.
THT historical item notes that today is 10,000 days since the most unlikely walk-off homer in postseason baseball history. Can you guess who hit it before clicking on the link?
Bucky F. Dent?
It is said that the order is the result of a complaint lodged by a society golfer who said he was disturbed in his driving by comments from several players.
The Dent HR did not, technically, come in a playoff game, right?
13. Tom Nawrocki Posted: March 01, 2013 at 11:55 AM (#4378296)
It wasn't a walk-off homer, either.
You can rest easy in the knowledge that the Phillies are determined to put anyone at all in right field over Domonic Brown. At this point, I’m convinced that he could step into the batter’s box, point his bat at the pitcher and yell “They still want an American to go, Doctor. You wanna take a ride?” then hit the first pitch he sees 500 feet, and the Phillies would still have him start the season in AAA or in a platoon.
I believe that when the end of the world comes, we, as a society, will be made to answer for our sins, and that chief among them will be the way the Phillies have developed, or neglected to develop, Domonic Brown.
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