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Is that so hard?
I was once told that when you get to the big leagues, a veteran player will take you out and buy you your first suit. That never happened to me or any player I knew in the Padres organization. Instead, Heath Bell bought me a hash brown and a large orange juice at McDonald's once.
I was told, "That suit stuff is the kind of thing the Yankees do, not the Padres."
I'm afraid to ask what a veteran player in the California Penal League buys a rookie.
Anybody else read Hayhurst's memoir? I found it enjoyable, if not earth-shattering.
Carton of cigs.
By that logic, the next time someone cuts me off in traffic, I should send my car barreling into the offender's because that's the only way they're going to learn.
I live in a small city that arguably has the worst drivers in North America, and if I ever won a lot of money my dream has always been to buy a large truck, put a great big brush guard on the front, and just slowly bulldoze people who don't understand that green means go out of my way.
You forgot to post the next sentence, which I assume attributed this to Jeter's leadership.
Given what we hear you have to do to get a gift basket, what must you do for a suit?
Hayhurst is more weasel than anything else. I saw him this off-season on MLB Network correcting (actually lecturing) Pedro Martinez about pitching mechanics. I can see why he was so disliked.
unlike most people here, I did not care for his first book. I found him to be a whiny, ###### little ##########
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