King of double-talk, can turn the triple play—Outrageous! Egregious! Preposterous!
A sponge on D, but oft-fined for being out of uniform (Orioles hat).
Honorary cast member never got to home but knew there had to be a second spitter.
Shrill housewife has a gun—she's had George pegged for years—and she's "out there."
At the hot corner Seinfeld's comedic nemesis flashes a glove that is gold, Jerry, gold!
Squatty postman practices his pegs to second by tossing mail to the wrong address.
Sprint champ has good speed; show ran for nine years, and he played the field the entire time.
Natural spot for the Yankees' employee who wanted to name his kid after Mickey Mantle's number.
Fire-haired fireballer owns the inside half; beaned Joe Pepitone at fantasy camp.
SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE
The Astros celebrated the April 16 major league debut of one of their top prospects, rightfielder George Springer, by misspelling his name on the scoreboard during his first at bat.
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