I was in Anaheim Stadium the day Seattle outfielder, Kevin Mitchell (pictured left) ate a chili dog during a game and threw up in the dugout so violently that he went on the disabled list for two weeks with strained ribs.
I was in the Kingdome when Mariner pitcher, Eric Gunderson, made an illegal move to first base and a balk was called. Except there was no runner on first. He was on second. So he was balked to third where he scored on a fly ball to win the game.
I was in Tiger Stadium when Omar Visquel bunted into a triple-play.
I was at the LA Coliseum when Leo Durocher kicked umpire Jocko Conlin in the shin.
I was at Dodger Stadium the night Cincinnati pitcher, Pedro Borbon got so mad that during a bench clearing brawl he started swinging at his own teammates.
I was in Olympic Stadium in Montreal the night their paid attendance was higher than 3,000.
I was at Dodger Stadium on “Casey Stengel Night” when a foul ball hit his wife.
And I was in Yankee Stadium the day a fan fell out of the upper deck.
So yeah, what the hell? I hope the Dodgers walk Bonds every time he comes up.
Oh…wait. I forgot. I was also at Dodger Stadium the night Kirk Gibson hit the game winning home run in the opener of the 1988 World Series. It’s not Kevin Mitchell upchucking on his teammates shoes but it was pretty cool.