The old adage has it that if you go to any baseball game, you'll see something that you've never seen before.
Even for the game's ghosts, that rang true at Wrigley.
It's the oldest stadium in MLB and one would've thought it'd hosted damn near every crazy play a ballgame could conjure up.
And then some.
Damn. No detail was spared on that one. Check the Angry Cub patch on Dawson's sleeve.
Fanorama isn't quite that old or as wacko as the play in question, but it's not for the lack of trying. We just try to do it in a constructive way, like offering you this uniquely practical beer hip holster for true hands-free convenience:
Gotta say, that's nifty cool! It's got a clip, so no belt's required. It's made out of lighter-than-air nylon with a side pocket for cash, cards, and ID.
And it's a mere $19.99.
If that's not pistol-packin' value, then what is? See you at checkout.
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