Found May 21, 2012 on Busted Coverage:

Pat the Bat, as we mentioned Saturday morning, went on a Philly bender this weekend in honor of Pat Burrell Retirement Weekend. Of course the guy drank truckloads of booze, went bar hopping at Philly’s finest establishments and even was allowed to grace some chick named Jill Marie with his throwing hand on her left breast. Yes, we’re still waiting for the shirtless dancing pics from early Saturday morning.

Breast grab will have hold over you guys.

 

The boys at Crossing Broad have plenty of other PTB weekend antics and drinking pics if you want to waste some company time during lunch.

 

 


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