did you see that snag from votto...nice
Simpson a former ball player?
Victorino flies out to the track in right. 2 outs.
I loathe the Flying Hawaiian. That pitch ate him up and he almost hit it out.
He began his baseball career as an All American outfielder/first baseman at the University of Oklahoma.
Simpson then played professionally for 11 seasons, beginning in 1973, when he was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the third round. While with the Dodgers in 1978, he became the 3000th strikeout victim of Gaylord Perry. He joined the Seattle Mariners in 1979 before being traded to the Kansas City Royals in 1983. An outfielder and first baseman throughout his professional career, he retired from the California Angels organization following the 1984 season.
Baseball is like church. Many attend, few understand
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