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PLAYERS: Lyle Overbay
TEAMS: New York Yankees
During yesterday’s Hughesian victory over the untrimmed beards of Oakland, The Master revealed one long-awaited Homer Holler and fueled the growing Yankee “Adopt Lyle Overbay” campaign by adding a secondary component to the regular clobber-slobber.For starters, John ended speculation that Chris Stewart, an eternal backup catcher, would never receive his personalized Homer Holler, in part because Stewart would never hit a HR. John’s call: “Stewart chris-ens one!” (Frankly, The Master can do more. But so can we. Nobody in the Yankiverse has devoted proper time to Stewart Clobber-Slobbers. Like everyone, we figured Stewart would play in 30 games and maybe hit one. Now, he’s our starting catcher. We need ideas. “It had to be Stew?” “Stew comes through…?”)Also, Lyle Overbay finally received his secondary HR call. As every thinking fan knows, today’s Homer Holler comes in two sections: The Setup: “It’s a A-bomb from A-Rod… It’s a Ribbie from Robbie… It’s Tex Message…”The Cl
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