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Aaaaah...the post season is here. And here with another installment of "This Week in Baseball Cards" is Bo Rosny!
A bit of dark humor at The Hall last week with “Battery Stance Guy”
featuring recreations of famous MLB domestic violence. One famous batterer they omitted was David Justice. I remember when he was with the Indians and he would come to Yankee Stadium
the fans would chant HAL-LE BER-RY at him, after his famous abused wife. For some reason, all was forgotten when he was traded to the Yankees in 2000.
With accusations about in-game beer drinking
by the Red Sox starting rotation, it’s worth noting other links between Red Sox pitchers and suds. I wonder if Roger Clemens got any kickback from Budweiser for the subliminal advertising on this 1996 Donruss card.
Finally, we posted a great video
from the always-informative Sully
proving that Calvin Schiraldi, and not Bill Buckner, should be blamed for the Red Sox 1986 World Series collapse. However, Buckner’s error was such a ridiculous gaffe that even Upper Deck couldn’t resist taking a shot, positioning the tarp opening right between his legs on this 1990 Upper Deck card. Maybe if his glove was that big he would have fielded Mookie's grounder?
And remember, gang, you can check out Bo's daily insights over at his site...Baseball Cards Come to Life