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I missed Eddie Harris in our second season …

I’ll tell you right now, Eddie Harris was the glue that held our pitching staff together in 1988.

And he also had all the best lines in Major League.

Watch the video and learn.

— Lou Brown



Eight seconds of YouTube greatness

Courtesy of Chelcie Ross, err, Eddie Harris

And here’s the scene from inside the locker room:

It goes without saying that some of the greatest lines in Major League come from Harris.



What if Eddie Harris had a 1989 Donruss baseball card?

pg2-mem-front-harrisEddie Harris may have been an old junk-baller, but he got the job done for us against the Yankees and that’s all that matters.

And those damned sportswriters need to lay off on the conspiracies about Crisco, Bardahl, Vagisil, Vaseline and especially jalapenos.

Those were just his endorsement deals, guys. (Well, except Vagisil. I don’t know where they got that from … )

Ol’ Eddie put plenty on the ball — just like Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry.

And it’s his veteran arm and presence in the clubhouse that mattered most.

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