The big All-Star charity game was at Boston’s Fenway Park in 1917. I remember Ty signin’ me up for the throwin’ contest before the game. I just went in the outfield an’ threw the ball like I always did. I ended up tossin’ the ball 397 feet! That ended up bein’ 12 feet farther than anyone else. The game was for a really good cause. Buck Weaver, Ty Cobb, other A.L. stars, and me raised money for the family of a recently deceased Boston sports hero by playin’ the Red Sox. The Red Sox ended up beatin’ us two to nothin’.
Shoeless Joe and Charlie Herbert “Lefty” Jackson (no relation), Comiskey Park, 1915 (SDN-060439), Detroit Tigers Ty Cobb and former White Sox manager Kid Gleason at Comiskey Park, 1926 (SDN-062596)
I wouldve too.
Get his big slaw ass ejected real quick.
but Nazr was the right person to do it because it’s not like he contributes to the team anyway.
Come on, Jordan. I thought you was on top of your shit. He does contribute. He’s a threat to get big rebounds, especially against a smaller Miami team. His big body allows him to give Noah and Boozer a rest. With him out they were forced to got almost 45+ minutes.
yeah, because Thibs is all about rest in the post-season.
The fan that raises his hand while he’s drinking is what makes this gif funny to me…giving his approval on that push in mid sip