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Hank Aaron got death threats and the like before 715, yet there were two or three fans running the bases beside him after the blessed event.
Kendrys Morales hurt himself worse jumping on home plate after a walkoff than anyone ever got hurt at those 70s vintage field storms. Hank Aaron got death threats and the like before 715, yet there were two or three fans running the bases beside him after the blessed event.
I remember some Redskins QB hurt himself head-butting a wall in celebration of a touchdown.
After the last out of the 1979 World Series, fans in Memorial Stadium could be seen on the field running around the bases, my best friend of the time among them.
And boy do I ever hate having to see those two idiot fans run the bases every time the clip gets shown.
“Fans were starting to go after the equipment on the steps of our dugout, and I used Chris’s bat to fight them off.”
Cooperstown should embalm and stuff those two guys, along with Hank Aaron, to create a diorama reenactment when the time comes.
A related question: When was the last time that the goalposts were ever torn down after any football game? I do think that it's been quite awhile, but it used to be a common
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