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  • Slowrunner
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    Re: Dwight and Baseball (no, not Gooden)

    Originally posted by Marlow
    Originally posted by Walt Murphy
    he threw a perfect strike (after practicing with his son the day before)
    As I recall after he won the schlock-jock "Superstars" competition on TV, his explanation was, "Of course I won. I'm the only one who actually practiced the events!"
    Until he lost in the finals (after knocking down the high bar in the obstacle course) and figured it was because his biorhythms were down.

    http://www.thesuperstars.org

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  • Marlow
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    Re: Dwight and Baseball (no, not Gooden)

    Originally posted by Walt Murphy
    he threw a perfect strike (after practicing with his son the day before)
    As I recall after he won the schlock-jock "Superstars" competition on TV, his explanation was, "Of course I won. I'm the only one who actually practiced the events!"

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  • scottmitchell74
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    Why did I think of Dwight Schrute upon reading the topic?

    The Office!

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  • Walt Murphy
    started a topic Dwight and Baseball (no, not Gooden)

    Dwight and Baseball (no, not Gooden)

    As part of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of baseball being part
    of the 1984 Olympics, Dwight Stones got to throw out the first pitch at the Dodgers
    game last Friday night. Of course, being the competitor he is, he threw a
    perfect strike (after practicing with his son the day before).


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