Boston Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett has a history of clubhouse carousing during the game.
Former Marlins manager Jack McKeon at age 80 represents a bygone era when players didn’t go pee-pee without keeping a hand in the game.
One of the worst offenders of the Red Sox country clubhouse hangout scandal in September was the foremost Florida Marlin PeeWee of his game, the redoubtable Josh Beckett.
The overpaid problem child of 2003 through 2011 now appears in the running to become the poster child for potty training. Fat Boy Beckett led Little Man Jon Lester down the primrose path to a nuclear winter in Boston.
McKeon told reporters that hearing Beckett’s name again mentioned in the Red Sox reports reminded him of Beckett’s old shenanigans in the potty.
McKeon, to his credit, locked the clubhouse during games in 2003 and only allowed players to go to go with a pass. He called them the “poo poo and pee pee passes.”
This man took no crap from players.