As the Captain, Derek Jeter, steps up to the plate, stepping up to the microphone is the voice of the New York Yankees, John Sterling.
Where on earth did you dig this up?Is this real? It certainly sounds like Mickey.
Snopes says it's real.
Mary thought "by" the Yankee bullpen meant "from" the Yankee bullpen. I had to explain that this could not be. Unless...
Jane Leavey was convinced enough to include it in her new book.
I'm sure Mick wrote it, and might have done it, but I'm certain his "come-back" was an example of esprit d'escalier ("tunnel wit").Any chick with enough moxie to give the Mick a pugwash under the bleachers is going to know what to do with a mouthful of man-gravy, just out of habit.
Ugh, ugh, ugh ... I don't what to say ... I feel so very dirty and violated ...
Wow, and I thought David Cone had interesting bullpen stories.
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