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I think I speak for everyone when I say Nolan Ryan headlocking Robin Ventura and bashing him in the skull like a boss is the greatest moment in baseball history. Okay, maybe not the best, but the list goes “Jackie Robinson,” “Kirk Gibson’s gimpy home run,” then Nolan Ryan emasculating Ventura.If you are on the Internet, you do not need me to tell you that Reddit is a place full of wonderful things, but today there is nothing more wonderful than said Nolan Ryan/Robin Ventura railroading as interpreted by the 1987 video game classic R.B.I. Baseball.It’s two beautiful artistic endeavors brought together as one:Now if we can only get someone to create a Baseball Stars cartridge that won’t erase your season every two days and use it to recreate the rest of 1993, we’ll be set.The post The Nolan Ryan Robin Venture Fight, Now In 8-Bits appeared first on With Leather.
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