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Pause Ponder and Pun #133


Could be worse.

He could have a double-header.

But then two heads are better than one they say.

Leave me your caption in the comments,

We'll see who hits a home run Saturday.

Comments

skeeter said…
After surgery, John Kruk, still played dispute the one ball he had left was swollen.
Michael Wolfe said…
Ever wonder how baby baseballs are born?
LogodaedalyGiggle said…
http://goo.gl/588ga
VMax said…
As my father always told me "be the ball"
PJHar said…
I got nothing. But the photo is quite funny.
Nicky said…
Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez was never the same, even after they took the stitches out.
Paula Wooters said…
Which ball am I supposed to keep my eye on?

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