News breaking today that the Milwaukee Brewers will be erecting a statue of baseball commissioner and former team owner Bud Selig outside their ballpark.
Selig’s likeness will stand more than 7′ tall (dude, he’s not Shaq) and probably have lots of bronze wrinkles.
Around these parts, Selig is better known to old-timers as the original Clay Bennett. He was the point man that led a group of investors in the purchasing and hijacking of Seattle’s original Major League Baseball franchise, the Pilots. Which I guess would make Dewey Soriano the original Howard Schultz.
Anyways, all you really need to know is that Bud Selig has an erection, and it’s going up in Milwaukee. Boing.
Anchorman reference. You know, because of the question mark in the headline. Makes sense. Sorry if you didn’t get it.
Anyways, former Seattle Mariners pitcher John Halama signed a minor league contract with the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday, which is surprising to me because I was unaware that he was still alive. I’m going to be honest with you, I figured Halama retired around 2002 or 2003 at the very latest. But that’s not the case at all.
According to his Wikipedia page (yes, he actually has one of those…maybe he created it himself) Halama has bounced around some since his days as a Mariner ended in 2002. Here’s a brief chronology of the stops Halama has made on his nationwide tour: