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June 27, 2018


D-backs pitcher Archie Bradley reveals that he pooped his pants during a game

(Thanks to Matt Filar)


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Thank goodness baseball players are caring, sensitive individuals who will not make fun of him or call him mean names like, "Stinky Pants".

"Clean inning?"

I don't think so, dude.

Cindy, I read a book about baseball history in which he said the early days of the last century were a particularly nasty time for nicknames, like "Dummy" Hoy for a deaf player. My favorite nickname from the WWII era (before I was born, I hasten to add) was Hugh (Losing Pitcher) Mulcahy, who lost 20 or more games for the 1938 and 1940 Phillies, and never won more games than he lost in any season.

I predict he will soon have 100 butt plugs in his locker.

When asked if he might poop his pants again, Bradly just shook his head and said,"Depends."

This is why you should never trust a fart.

I thought baseball had a no-(s)hitter rule.

Meh. Twins fans poop their pants regularly during games.

Maybe that's what he uses to juice the ball.

Anybody else thinking of the movie, "Parenthood"?

When you're sliding into first
And your pants begin to burst
That's diarrhea, diarrhea

When you're sliding into two
And your pants are filled with goo
That's diarrhea, diarrhea

When you're sliding into third
And you feel a greasy turd
That's diarrhea, diarrhea

When you're sliding into home
And your pants are filled with foam
That's diarrhea, diarrhea

"The count goes to 0-2, and here comes the deuce"

So, when the announcer says that the "pitcher is leaking oil out there"...

And, Jeff-you left out Chief Bender (ugh) and the immortal Pickles Dilhoeffer.

Sorry, the "ugh" was meant as in "yikes" and not as an allusion to Bender's Native American Heritage.

Last pitch was low and inside.

He was relieved that his relief came to the mound.

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