"Tuttle's" by Sam
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Such a thing might actually help the psychiatrist, if he let the patients use it.
When you look at playing a 162 game season, among professional players (really good players), it’s almost surprising to me that we don’t have more ties.
I am impressed by all the stats that sports mark these days, but kind of feel sorry for the guys who have to notice them. “Another slider. And another slider.” “No, that was a curve!” “Wait, what did he throw while we were arguing about the slider?” “Maybe a fastball?”
I felt like some newspapers might want a brief break from the baseball story line, but I couldn’t get away from sports entirely.
I like that Picadillo, who is usually the intellectual leader of the characters, is just as committed to this insane idea as everyone else.
In the majors, they often put their best outfielder in right field, but in adult softball, it’s still where you stick the guy who’s more liability than asset. I know, because I have played a LOT of right field.
This came about because I realized I had gone the whole summer without any baseball cartoons.