Ted Williams knows you always have to protect your wood.
These days, clubhouse attendants serve mostly as drug mules for the millionaire players they associate with. Anabolic steroids, human growth hormone, Clenbuterol, amphetamines
you name it, and guys like former Mets clubhouse attendant Kirk Radomski get it for you. But while todays players consume entire pharmacies, do you know what Ted Williams needed to bat .400?
According to Dan Dillman, a former Tigers visiting clubhouse batboy, the Splendid Splinter needed only, the best five-pound box of chocolates you can find and a BIG box of rubbers. Those were the days, kids.
Posted 05/10/07 by Ron | Filed under: MLB
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