After last night, I figured we needed some laughs. So here are a couple of links to check out. (Funny enough, most of what's out there is pretty lame.)
The day a reporter became temporary manager.
A story José Bautista would appreciate (other stories also at the link):
Another classic, possibly apocryphal story (ALL the best stories are of dubious validity!) is that decades ago, a rookie pitcher was facing the great Red Sox slugger Ted WIlliams.The pitcher threw a fastball that was right on the edge of the strike zone, and the umpire called "Ball One."The pitcher threw a curveball that was right at the edge of the strike zone, and the umpire called, "Ball Two!"The pitcher threw a change-up, once again, right at the edge of the strike zone, and the ump called "Ball three."The exasperated pitcher, "Come on! Those were strikes!"The umpire walked out and said, "Son, when you throw a strike, Mr. Williams will let you know."
Feel free to share your own.