Even to this day back in 1987; I giggle out in public when I witness the massive mammoth left field homerun projective at Oakland A's Coliseium on Detroit Tigers chubby Cecil Fielder's big towering homerun.
Harposf doesn't know that. So in case you wonder why I ch uckled when I think of the Fielders playing baseball you know why.
San Diego, California - Petco Park - Milwaukee Brewers vs San Diego Padres (Saturday night)
Before Prince Fielder hit that right field homerun, I giggle when my memory of that 1987 homerun by Cecil Fielder at Oakland Colseium (A's) that was so massive, the ball launch and hung in there like a launching missle, so slow in the upper air, that in landed slightly slower than regular homeruns.
The Brewer fans, look at me in suspious ways, wondering if there was something mentally wrong with me as I strolled along the lower level concourse of Petco Park.
You said " in 50 years of sports, Josh Beckett is the most arrogant athlete I ( you ) ever saw ".
My guess, you never heard or saw Jimmy Connors in a tennis match in these 50 years of yours.