March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
With that much food consumed, how many brown piles did he leave on the field?
Yeah, can’t forget the gum. What about the sunflower seeds, Linus?
My gawd, that’s a world record! :D
Not bad for a 12 game season.
Here in Boston, he’d probably scarf Fenway franks by the score.
They keep going flat.
Could never see the point in chewing any kind of gum.
Just imagine what Linus could’ve done if Charles Schulz had lived to see and use smartphones.
That just kind of burst poor Snoopster’s bubble! :D
The bubble gum must have come from the days when baseball cards had sticks of gum inside.
but how’s his hitting?
Was Linus Bill James before Bill James?
All that gum should slow the ground-balls down a bit, I would think.
I like the arcane statistics announcers come up with. “He bats three points higher against left handed pitching in away games played in the month of August.”
At least it’s just bubble gum. I remember at Red Sox’s/Yankees game where Reggie Jackson was playing 1st base and swallowed some of his chewing tobacco. Gross, but funny as hell for a Sox fan.
Snoopy should be kept away from the concessions.
No wonder people hate statisticians…..
But then of course, 96.3% of statistics are made up on the spot…
But does Fenway have frosty mugs of root beer?
But Snoopy was the shortstop and led the team in caught balls, and runs home.
Not only that, but it is Milk Bone flavor gum which is VERY hard to find, and the price has skyrocketed!
Snoopy has a bottomless pit for a stomach
Snoopy will need all those stored calories because now he can’t open his bubblegum covered mouth.
Yeah, don’t bug the best player on the team with his statistics for fielding, batting, and stolen bases.
Snoopy leads the league in calories consumed. Which would be impressive if he were a sumo wrestler.
But what was his batting average?