farkingismybusiness: That website didn't hurt my eyes at all.
InterruptingQuirk: And my playlist has been filled now.
browneye: That website is tough on the eyes.
Super Chronic: Why do I have a sudden urge to check out Mahir ("I kiss you!") and the Hampster (sic.) Dance?
MizzouGuy: You can be weird as hell and like whatever music you want and as long as you produce, MLB will have a place for you. See Bill Lee, Turk Wendell, Mark Fidrych, etc.
Snapper Carr: "Baseball's rural. It has its roots in farmland shiat, they still chew tobacco and they're very concerned with what's happening to the soil."
Lionel Mandrake: Check out this rural farmland shiat:
Trainspotr: Anyone remember when the USA Today would have the little top five lists from players on the page with the box scores? Sometime in the late 80s, maybe early 90s, they had Dennis Lamp or someone like that listing his favorite industrial bands. It was kind of jarring, trying to imagine this guy who could have stepped in for any of the Superfans on SNL cranking out Laibach in the clubhouse after a game.
Lionel Mandrake: farkingismybusiness: That website didn't hurt my eyes at all.I like the modern, cutting-edge look
JayCab: Baseball as a pastoral, farmland pastime is a myth right up there with Doubleday. Baseball is an urban game; its earliest players were firefighters, lawyers, and insurance magnates from Manhattan and Brooklyn, and when it became professional it drew from a very rough city crowd.
skrame: Jim Walewander is a hard-working infielder who had been drafted out of Iowa State in 1983 to play for the Bristol Tigers, where he led the Appalachian League in stolen bases. He paid his dues in the minors playing for the Lakeland Tigers, the Birmingham Barons, the Glens Falls Tigers and the Toledo Mud Hens. In 1987, he was brought up from the Mud Hens to play in the majors for the Detroit Tigers.Holy crap does this guy like Tigers.
Gunny Highway: Chew tobacco? Psssh. Real men drink bleach.
Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.
When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.
Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.
You need to create an account to submit links or post comments.
Click here to submit a link.
Also on Fark
Submit a Link »
Copyright © 1999 - 2017 Fark, Inc | Last updated: Apr 25 2017 17:30:28
Runtime: 0.249 sec (249 ms)