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|What could Joe Torre and Don Zimmer possibly be discussing during the Yankees' recent game against the Royals?
"Poor Ball. I'd be afraid too if I had to be thrown by Chuckie all day!"
OK, Joe, now tell me again how Roger thought a broken baseball bat was one of these. ...
"Hey Zim, with our pitching staff, I'm not sure we're going to need any of these three telephones."
See Joe, if you scuff it right there, nobody will ever notice. ... How do you think Rivera has been unhitable for this long?
New Brunswick, Canada
Hey Joe, how long until October?
Ocean Grove N.J.
"Say, Joe, Chuck knows that you're not the cutoff man, right?"
San Mateo, Calif.
Ginger ... or Mary Ann?
Believe it, Joe. With our skyrocketing payroll, that ball's gotta last us the entire season.
Do you think his name really is Trey Wingo?
$252 million to chase after this!?!?!
See Zim, if you look at it from this angle, it really does look like you. Can you see it? Can you?
Having Knobby pitch will at least make it more interesting. ...
Apparently, Royals fans aren't the only ones who can't stay awake during Royals games.
Nine innings and not a bat mark on it. How does Pedro do it?
"Joe, no matter how much you shake that thing, it's still going to say 'ask again later.' "
"You are right, Donny, the ball really would look better with pinstripes."
"Hey Zim, I think I was duped. That's not how you spell 'McGwire.' And I was told this was Home Run No. 70."
Less Filling. Tastes Great.
I can't belive the Hitmen didn't make the XFL Playoffs Joe ... I know man, I know ...
And if you turn it around this way, it kinda looks like Gord Ash.
It's only the middle of April and already Torre and Zimmer are discussing who to give the ball to in Game 1 of the 2001 World Series.
Silver Spring, Md.
"Hey Zim, maybe we should bring back Irabu. You know, just to give the Royals a chance."
-- Joe Torre
You would think after winning four out of five World Series they would start writing "Yankee's League" instead of "American League" on these balls.
And finally, here is what the actual AP photo caption stated: New York Yankees manager Joe Torre, right, and bench coach Don Zimmer look at an autographed baseball as they sit in the dugout before their game with the Kansas City Royals, Tuesday, April 10, 2001, in Kansas City, Mo. There was no batting practice because of the weather. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner) Send this story to a friend | Most sent stories
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