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vinny
03-26-2013, 10:22 AM
Check it:

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BREAKING: @whitesox (https://twitter.com/whitesox) announce @BoJackson (https://twitter.com/BoJackson) will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch on #OpeningDay (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23OpeningDay&src=hash). Only 6 days! pic.twitter.com/rjq3hfDVMc (http://t.co/rjq3hfDVMc)

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dickallen15
03-26-2013, 10:33 AM
Bo's White Sox connection is puzzling. Danny Tartabull put up better numbers as a White Sox. I like Bo. I just don't think his White Sox career warrants throwing out the first pitch on opening day.

DonnieDarko
03-26-2013, 10:40 AM
Bo's White Sox connection is puzzling. Danny Tartabull put up better numbers as a White Sox. I like Bo. I just don't think his White Sox career warrants throwing out the first pitch on opening day.

...swriously? Come on now. It's the first pitch of a baseball game. Not like he's being inducted into the team's hall of fame or something.

amsteel
03-26-2013, 10:41 AM
Way awesome. I will never forget being at the game at which he rode the motorcycle onto the field.

Along with Common, last year, I'm a big fan of the last couple home opener first pitch throwers.

skobabe8
03-26-2013, 10:47 AM
Bo's White Sox connection is puzzling. Danny Tartabull put up better numbers as a White Sox. I like Bo. I just don't think his White Sox career warrants throwing out the first pitch on opening day.

My wife threw out the first pitch and Bo put up much better numbers than she did. Point is, it doesn't matter. It's not about celebrating Bo's numbers. He was one of my all-time favorite Sox players because of the way he came back from injury and the HR he hit against seattle in '93.

dickallen15
03-26-2013, 10:50 AM
...swriously? Come on now. It's the first pitch of a baseball game. Not like he's being inducted into the team's hall of fame or something.
I understand that, but his White Sox career is way overblown. When they show old highlights on the scoreboard at USCF, he is always referred to as a White Sox legend.

His actually career numbers with the White Sox weren't too different from Gordon Beckham's last season.

dickallen15
03-26-2013, 10:52 AM
My wife threw out the first pitch and Bo put up much better numbers than she did. Point is, it doesn't matter. It's not about celebrating Bo's numbers. He was one of my all-time favorite Sox players because of the way he came back from injury and the HR he hit against seattle in '93.

I am just saying usually on Opening Day they have someone with some sort of deep White Sox or Chicago connection throwing out the first pitch. There are hundreds of people that have as much White Sox connection.

Foulke You
03-26-2013, 11:00 AM
I am just saying usually on Opening Day they have someone with some sort of deep White Sox or Chicago connection throwing out the first pitch. There are hundreds of people that have as much White Sox connection.
Bo's White Sox career was marked more by special moments than gaudy numbers. He had his hip reconstructed and made it all the way back to play pro baseball again when most doctors told him he was done, so just putting that White Sox uniform on was an accomplishment. During his rehab, his mother passed away and he promised that he would hit a HR for her when he made it back. Bo made good on his word and blasted a HR on Opening Day for his mom. Bo's best White Sox moment came in the 1993 AL West clincher game when he hit a towering rainbow home run at New Comiskey sending the crowd into a frenzy. I still remember the classic Sun Times headline the next day: "The Crowing Bo-ment". Hitting a HR to clinch a division title gives him pretty good ties to the organization, no?

skobabe8
03-26-2013, 11:07 AM
I am just saying usually on Opening Day they have someone with some sort of deep White Sox or Chicago connection throwing out the first pitch. There are hundreds of people that have as much White Sox connection.

Didn't Common throw out the first pitch last year?

Boondock Saint
03-26-2013, 11:13 AM
Very cool, he isn't around enough.

amsteel
03-26-2013, 11:15 AM
Didn't Common throw out the first pitch last year?

Yep

SoxNation05
03-26-2013, 11:20 AM
Didn't Common throw out the first pitch last year?

Common is from Chicago.

SephClone89
03-26-2013, 11:31 AM
Common is from Chicago.

I'm sure he knows that. I think his point was that Common's White Sox connection is no stronger than Bo's.

skobabe8
03-26-2013, 11:32 AM
Common is from Chicago.

I understand that. But if Common can throw out the first pitch just because he is from Chicago, I don't think there's much of an issue with Bo.

harwar
03-26-2013, 12:08 PM
Bo made the second best throw from the outfield that i ever saw .. i can't recall any details, only that he formed his hand like a gun and made the motion of holstering it like a gunslinger ..

skobabe8
03-26-2013, 12:18 PM
Bo made the second best throw from the outfield that i ever saw .. i can't recall any details, only that he formed his hand like a gun and made the motion of holstering it like a gunslinger ..

Who made the best throw?

dickallen15
03-26-2013, 12:27 PM
Bo's White Sox career was marked more by special moments than gaudy numbers. He had his hip reconstructed and made it all the way back to play pro baseball again when most doctors told him he was done, so just putting that White Sox uniform on was an accomplishment. During his rehab, his mother passed away and he promised that he would hit a HR for her when he made it back. Bo made good on his word and blasted a HR on Opening Day for his mom. Bo's best White Sox moment came in the 1993 AL West clincher game when he hit a towering rainbow home run at New Comiskey sending the crowd into a frenzy. I still remember the classic Sun Times headline the next day: "The Crowing Bo-ment". Hitting a HR to clinch a division title gives him pretty good ties to the organization, no?

His HR was great, but it wasn't that huge. The Sox won the division by 8 games. If he didn't hit the homer and lost that night, they probably would have clinched some other night.

I'm not going to boo or protest this assignment, and as I have stated, I like Bo. I just think Bo's status as a White Sox is overstated.

If he wasn't the media and athletic sensation he was before he came to the Sox and accomplished the exact same things as he accomplished in a White Sox uniform, there wouldn't have been as big of a deal made about every little thing he did in a White Sox uniform. You may even hear griping about his hitless playoffs with a bunch of strikeouts when he actually popped off the Sox were playing a bat short when he was out of the line up.

Maybe they can get another White Sox legend, Ken Griffey Jr., to throw out the first pitch in 2014.

Bo should be known as a Royal and a Raider and an Auburn Tiger. His legendary status with those teams is well deserved. His legendary status with the White Sox is just a by product of his earlier success.

thomas35forever
03-26-2013, 12:37 PM
That'll be nice. Haven't seen him in person since the '03 Celebrity/Legends Softball Game.

skobabe8
03-26-2013, 12:54 PM
His HR was great, but it wasn't that huge. The Sox won the division by 8 games. If he didn't hit the homer and lost that night, they probably would have clinched some other night.

I'm not going to boo or protest this assignment, and as I have stated, I like Bo. I just think Bo's status as a White Sox is overstated.

If he wasn't the media and athletic sensation he was before he came to the Sox and accomplished the exact same things as he accomplished in a White Sox uniform, there wouldn't have been as big of a deal made about every little thing he did in a White Sox uniform. You may even hear griping about his hitless playoffs with a bunch of strikeouts when he actually popped off the Sox were playing a bat short when he was out of the line up.

Maybe they can get another White Sox legend, Ken Griffey Jr., to throw out the first pitch in 2014.

Bo should be known as a Royal and a Raider and an Auburn Tiger. His legendary status with those teams is well deserved. His legendary status with the White Sox is just a by product of his earlier success.

What team should Common be associated with?

dickallen15
03-26-2013, 01:00 PM
What team should Common be associated with?
He is a Chicagoan. A big star from Chicago.

People can love Bo all they want. The fact is he had about 350 AB as a White Sox, and wasn't very good, and I know he had an artificial hip, yet he's embraced as some sort of White Sox royalty.

Bo went to the Angels after the Sox, and actually performed a bit better. Do they make a big deal out of him?

pythons007
03-26-2013, 01:04 PM
Bo lives in the suburbs if it means that much to anyone. His sister is a high school teacher in the south suburbs. I really don't think it really matters as to what extent his ties are to the city other than he did something significant for the organization.

His short time here is very memorable for me as it was in my teen years and I witnessed that game winner.

Maybe next year they'll give the first pitch out to Craig Grebeck? A long time Chicago White Sox.

Bobby Thigpen
03-26-2013, 01:22 PM
I think only Sox fans could care this much about who throws out an absolutely meaningless ceremonial pitch.

Falstaff
03-26-2013, 01:33 PM
Who made the best throw?
Best throw was from Bill Sharp, I think either RF or CF, he fired a strike from deep in outfield to cut down runner at plate and save the game, 2 outs in the ninth. I think this was 1973 or 74. Harry Caray almost fell out of the booth with enthusiasm over that display of pitching speed and defense which wins games. Remember that one?

blandman
03-26-2013, 01:41 PM
Bo's White Sox connection is puzzling. Danny Tartabull put up better numbers as a White Sox. I like Bo. I just don't think his White Sox career warrants throwing out the first pitch on opening day.

WHAT? His staring role in the Saturday morning cartoon "Pro Stars" in itself is enough to warrant this!

Foulke You
03-26-2013, 01:45 PM
His HR was great, but it wasn't that huge. The Sox won the division by 8 games. If he didn't hit the homer and lost that night, they probably would have clinched some other night.
Downplay that HR if you want but it was a memorable night for the team and for Bo Jackson. Also, I don't think Sox fans view him as "royalty" as you put it. I think he is just a fondly remembered player from a pretty darn fun era of White Sox baseball. I'm sure his significance as an insanely popular two sport athlete helped endear himself to the fans in Chicago as well but there is little beyond that. I don't think Sox fans are calling for his number to be retired or a statue to be built.

Foulke You
03-26-2013, 01:47 PM
I think only Sox fans could care this much about who throws out an absolutely meaningless ceremonial pitch.
It's the dog days of Spring Training. Should we debate who wins the Cactus League MVP?:tongue:

FielderJones
03-26-2013, 01:48 PM
Best throw was from Bill Sharp, I think either RF or CF, he fired a strike from deep in outfield to cut down runner at plate and save the game, 2 outs in the ninth. I think this was 1973 or 74. Harry Caray almost fell out of the booth with enthusiasm over that display of pitching speed and defense which wins games. Remember that one?

This (http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1974/B07300CAL1974.htm) one?

Tree Hate Me
03-26-2013, 01:51 PM
Bo made the second best throw from the outfield that i ever saw .. i can't recall any details, only that he formed his hand like a gun and made the motion of holstering it like a gunslinger ..

It was against the Mariners and Harold Reynolds, from the warning track on the fly to home plate. Footage is kind of shoddy as the camera cut away to Reynolds rounding third, but it's at the end of this highlight reel:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX82AEh7CrQ

DumpJerry
03-26-2013, 01:51 PM
Bo's White Sox connection is puzzling. Danny Tartabull put up better numbers as a White Sox. I like Bo. I just don't think his White Sox career warrants throwing out the first pitch on opening day.
Shoeless Joe Jackson wasn't available, so they had to go with Bo.

Anyway, how many home runs did Tartabull hit on his first at bat after getting a new body part?

DumpJerry
03-26-2013, 01:55 PM
Bo made good on his word and blasted a HR on Opening Day for his mom.
That home run landed seven rows directly in front of me. If you ever see a clip of it, look for a guy in a brown jacket with a red Sox hat on standing on his seat and then turning to his right to high five his buddies. That's me.

What were we saying while celebrating? "We're in the commercial!" We thought it would be a lock for a Nike commercial.

DSpivack
03-26-2013, 02:01 PM
That home run landed seven rows directly in front of me. If you ever see a clip of it, look for a guy in a brown jacket with a red Sox hat on standing on his seat and then turning to his right to high five his buddies. That's me.

What were we saying while celebrating? "We're in the commercial!" We thought it would be a lock for a Nike commercial.

You had me scared for a second there.

DumpJerry
03-26-2013, 02:26 PM
You had me scared for a second there.
He he. It was my Wilbur Wood/Dick Allen early 70's hat.

Bobby Thigpen
03-26-2013, 02:27 PM
It's the dog days of Spring Training. Should we debate who wins the Cactus League MVP?:tongue:
I don't know. Just seems like a really silly problem to me.

My initial response when seeing this thread this morning was "Wow. That's nice." I was pretty shocked that it could mushroom to two pages and have actual sides of a debate to it when I checked back in at lunch.

haganaga
03-26-2013, 02:27 PM
WHAT? His staring role in the Saturday morning cartoon "Pro Stars" in itself is enough to warrant this!

Voiced by the Hulu guy. "This episode is brought to you with limited commercial interruption by..."

DumpJerry
03-26-2013, 02:37 PM
I don't know. Just seems like a really silly problem to me.

My initial response when seeing this thread this morning was "Wow. That's nice." I was pretty shocked that it could mushroom to two pages and have actual sides of a debate to it when I checked back in at lunch.
:welcome:
We're bored until the Sox season starts, spring training notwithstanding.

vinny
03-26-2013, 02:39 PM
That home run landed seven rows directly in front of me. If you ever see a clip of it, look for a guy in a brown jacket with a red Sox hat on standing on his seat and then turning to his right to high five his buddies. That's me.

What were we saying while celebrating? "We're in the commercial!" We thought it would be a lock for a Nike commercial.

http://s23.postimg.org/ii6viyl63/dump.png (http://postimage.org/)

BS-Az6n5tTc

Bobby Thigpen
03-26-2013, 02:47 PM
:welcome:
We're bored until the Sox season starts, spring training notwithstanding.
I think this goes beyond boredom.

DumpJerry
03-26-2013, 02:50 PM
http://s23.postimg.org/ii6viyl63/dump.png (http://postimage.org/)

That would be me! It was crazy. We were sitting in RF staring right at the Sox dugout directly across the field from us. When Bo got up to get a bat from the rack (he was a pinch hitter for this at bat), we all stood and started cheering. When he came out of the dugout to go to the Warm Up Circle, the rest of the Comiskey saw what the commotion was about. On the first pitch, Bo swung for the Dan Ryan and missed. We were telling him to "take it easy, you got a new hip." On the next pitch, Bo did the same thing and connected. The ball was coming straight at us. At a certain point, we could see the rotation of the laces and that's when we knew it was GONE.

A few minutes later, a couple of suits showed up and everyone pointed to the seat area where the ball landed. They found the guy with the ball and escorted him to meet Bo.

Very exciting moment indeed.

DumpJerry
03-26-2013, 02:50 PM
I think this goes beyond boredom.
Who sells the best pizza in Chicago?:D:

Bobby Thigpen
03-26-2013, 03:02 PM
Who sells the best pizza in Chicago?:D:
I don't know, but it would be better if the Sox would've kept (insert random former player here- Rowand, Swisher, Everett, etc)!

DSpivack
03-26-2013, 03:09 PM
Who sells the best pizza in Chicago?:D:

I don't know, but it would be better if the Sox would've kept (insert random former player here- Rowand, Swisher, Everett, etc)!

Cafe Rowand has mediocre pizza, but I hear the grinders are good.

DumpJerry
03-26-2013, 03:17 PM
I don't know, but it would be better if the Sox would've kept (insert random former player here- Rowand, Swisher, Everett, etc)!
Rowand is no longer with the team? When did this happen? Did we get 56 MLB-ready players in return for him to make it an even trade?

blandman
03-26-2013, 03:27 PM
Voiced by the Hulu guy. "This episode is brought to you with limited commercial interruption by..."

Good lord you're right. Haha...

SoxandtheCityTee
03-26-2013, 03:28 PM
Downplay that HR if you want but it was a memorable night for the team and for Bo Jackson. . . .

It sure was. Ball was popped up but went out. Dude was strong.

kobo
03-26-2013, 03:53 PM
Until today I never realized there was criteria for throwing out the first pitch on Opening Day.

TomBradley72
03-26-2013, 04:04 PM
Who sells the best pizza in Chicago?:D:

If they had just started Brian Anderson in Game 2 of the 2006 season- HE would have sold the best pizza in Chicago. :gulp:

Bobby Thigpen
03-26-2013, 05:47 PM
If they had just started Brian Anderson in Game 2 of the 2006 season- HE would have sold the best pizza in Chicago. :gulp:
If only Jerry Manuel would've started Buehrle in Yankee Stadium, the Sox would've been 10 time defending world champions of pizza by now.

vinny
03-26-2013, 06:01 PM
Very exciting moment indeed.

Here's a momento:

http://s24.postimg.org/xl58yofqr/dump.gif

MrT27
03-26-2013, 06:41 PM
Bo made the second best throw from the outfield that i ever saw .. i can't recall any details, only that he formed his hand like a gun and made the motion of holstering it like a gunslinger ..

Poor quality video but here is a bit more on it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zNbzoImVUE

Falstaff
03-26-2013, 06:43 PM
This (http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1974/B07300CAL1974.htm) one?

oh yes, that is the game.
Sorry my memory failed me, that Bill Sharp throw out to home plate
happened to close the 10th inning, a walk-off put-out if you will.
It was a strike, all the way from warning track.

Brian26
03-26-2013, 07:15 PM
During his rehab, his mother passed away and he promised that he would hit a HR for her when he made it back. Bo made good on his word and blasted a HR on Opening Day for his mom.

Was the Opening Day HR in '92 or '93? I can't recall. If it was '93, it's a perfect 20th anniversary moment.

Brian26
03-26-2013, 07:18 PM
http://s23.postimg.org/ii6viyl63/dump.png (http://postimage.org/)



Vinny wins poster of the year. That is awesome.

Brian26
03-26-2013, 07:21 PM
BS-Az6n5tTc

This is a great video. With that throw in Yankee Stadium, it looks like Raines and Ellis Burks congratulate him. Was Burks playing CF in place on One Dog? Unusual if that was the case, but pretty cool historical moment.

vinny
03-26-2013, 07:41 PM
Was the Opening Day HR in '92 or '93? I can't recall. If it was '93, it's a perfect 20th anniversary moment.

It was '93. He was out all of '92.

RKMeibalane
03-26-2013, 08:46 PM
Bo's White Sox connection is puzzling. Danny Tartabull put up better numbers as a White Sox. I like Bo. I just don't think his White Sox career warrants throwing out the first pitch on opening day.

What?

skobabe8
03-26-2013, 08:53 PM
Downplay that HR if you want but it was a memorable night for the team and for Bo Jackson. Also, I don't think Sox fans view him as "royalty" as you put it. I think he is just a fondly remembered player from a pretty darn fun era of White Sox baseball. I'm sure his significance as an insanely popular two sport athlete helped endear himself to the fans in Chicago as well but there is little beyond that. I don't think Sox fans are calling for his number to be retired or a statue to be built.

You put my thoughts into words way better than I did.

Noneck
03-26-2013, 08:54 PM
It means absolutely nothing who throws out first ball for home opener. That was solidified in 2003.

skobabe8
03-26-2013, 08:58 PM
What?

LOL. Don't restart this thing.

RKMeibalane
03-26-2013, 09:03 PM
LOL. Don't restart this thing.

I understand. I just don't see the point in questioning Bo's place in White Sox history. He was an important part of a great team, and hip injury or no, one of the greastest athletes in the history of this planet.

Lip Man 1
03-26-2013, 10:39 PM
That ball by the way is adhered to Bo's mother's tombstone. Bo had told her that he was going to make it back to play baseball. When she passed he had it fixed to the gravesite.

I think it's bronzed.

Lip

DSpivack
03-26-2013, 11:25 PM
That ball by the way is adhered to Bo's mother's tombstone. Bo had told her that he was going to make it back to play baseball. When she passed he had it fixed to the gravesite.

I think it's bronzed.

Lip

Wow.

haganaga
03-27-2013, 08:46 AM
Good lord you're right. Haha...

I watched the ESPN documentary on Bo a few days ago on Netflix and Pro Stars came up so I got curious about who did the voice and a little Wikipedia search and came across it. Pro Stars. Hadn't even thought about that in 20 years and now twice in one week. Ha.

Bobby Thigpen
03-27-2013, 10:44 AM
That ball by the way is adhered to Bo's mother's tombstone. Bo had told her that he was going to make it back to play baseball. When she passed he had it fixed to the gravesite.

I think it's bronzed.

Lip
On the 30 for 30 piece he said it was in acrylic.

I remember because he said acrylic really strangely.

mantis1212
03-27-2013, 11:57 AM
Was the Opening Day HR in '92 or '93? I can't recall. If it was '93, it's a perfect 20th anniversary moment.

It was '93- this is why he'll be there. Seems worthy to me.

TheVulture
03-27-2013, 12:35 PM
They say that athletes shouldn't be considered role models these days. Bo Jackson is a bona fide real life role model from the world of sports. I don't see how a person could have a problem with him throwing out the first pitch.

TomBradley72
03-27-2013, 03:24 PM
they say that athletes shouldn't be considered role models these days. Bo jackson is a bona fide real life role model from the world of sports. I don't see how a person could have a problem with him throwing out the first pitch.

+1

blandman
03-27-2013, 03:58 PM
I watched the ESPN documentary on Bo a few days ago on Netflix and Pro Stars came up so I got curious about who did the voice and a little Wikipedia search and came across it. Pro Stars. Hadn't even thought about that in 20 years and now twice in one week. Ha.

That documentary was really amazing, IMHO. Hadn't given much thought to it, but Bo is really the reason Nike skyrocketed. Even with MJ's rise to fame, Nike was still second fiddle until after Bo.

RKMeibalane
03-27-2013, 05:41 PM
That documentary was really amazing, IMHO. Hadn't given much thought to it, but Bo is really the reason Nike skyrocketed. Even with MJ's rise to fame, Nike was still second fiddle until after Bo.

You're right. I didn't start following sports until late 1991, but I remember seeing more commericals about Bo Jackson during the later 1980's than I do Michael Jordan. Aside from Don Mattingly, who is from my hometown, Bo Jackson was the only other athlete I paid attention to, largely because he played two sports.

I wonder what may happen if LeBron James ever decided to try football. He's talked about taking a sabatical from basketball in the past to try playing the sport professionally. I think he could do it, and wonder if he may actually be a better athlete than Bo, which is hard to believe. Bo Jackson was amazingly talented.

Falstaff
03-27-2013, 05:42 PM
That documentary was really amazing, IMHO. Hadn't given much thought to it, but Bo is really the reason Nike skyrocketed. Even with MJ's rise to fame, Nike was still second fiddle until after Bo.
Agreed> prior to Bo and Michael, everyone was wearing either Keds or PF Flyers. How times change.

Lip Man 1
03-27-2013, 05:57 PM
Keds or PF Flyers??? Aren't you forgetting about a company that had Dr. J and Bird? Named Converse.

Everyone I knew was wearing those basketball shoes.

Lip

blandman
03-27-2013, 05:57 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GPxkpjCvWI

cub killer
03-27-2013, 07:30 PM
I'm hip to this idea.

Bobby Thigpen
03-29-2013, 10:28 AM
I wonder what may happen if LeBron James ever decided to try football. He's talked about taking a sabatical from basketball in the past to try playing the sport professionally. I think he could do it, and wonder if he may actually be a better athlete than Bo, which is hard to believe. Bo Jackson was amazingly talented.
Given the way he whines and pouts when someone touches him on a basketball court, I can't imagine the way he'd react if someone threw high over the middle and he was cut in half by a safety going up for the catch.

Does he have the physical talent to do it? Yes. I just don't think he'd want to take the hits that go with it. They talked about how "physical" the Bulls were being with him the other night on the broadcast (that's probably the most NBA I've watched in 5+ years), and that was foreplay compared to what he'd probably get in the NFL.

sunofgold
03-29-2013, 01:45 PM
Bo has to be greatest overall athlete to play for the White Sox at the major league level. Jordan had a chance bc he was improving but the strike ruined it.

As for Bo, he might be the only guy who can throw the first pitch
and catch his own first pitch.

DSpivack
03-29-2013, 02:05 PM
Given the way he whines and pouts when someone touches him on a basketball court, I can't imagine the way he'd react if someone threw high over the middle and he was cut in half by a safety going up for the catch.

Does he have the physical talent to do it? Yes. I just don't think he'd want to take the hits that go with it. They talked about how "physical" the Bulls were being with him the other night on the broadcast (that's probably the most NBA I've watched in 5+ years), and that was foreplay compared to what he'd probably get in the NFL.

I think the Bulls defense backing off Lebron and letting him score bothered him as much as the Bulls' physical play.

vinny
04-01-2013, 08:18 PM
http://i.imgur.com/UgkieAN.jpg

Deadguy
04-06-2013, 12:43 PM
Poor quality video but here is a bit more on it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zNbzoImVUE


I'm way late on this, but why was he playing Left Field? With his range, you think he'd be playing CF and guys with great arms are usually in RF, if not CF?