Wednesday, November 08, 2006

BEST JOKE OF 1992 THROUGH 1995

Today is Jose Offerman's birthday. He turns 38 today. Offerman played for the Dodgers and Royals for the best parts of his career. Offerman played over 100 games per year at shortstop for the Dodgers in 1992, 1993, and 1995. His fielding inspired my favorite baseball joke of that era. See, Offerman was not good in the field. At all. In 1992 he had 42 errors. In 1993 he had 37. In 1995 he had 35. Good shortstops make about half as many errors per season as Offerman did.

Anyway, the joke is:

Q: Do you know how to spell "Offerman"?

A: One "O" two "F"s and 42 "E"s.*

BWAH HA HA HA HA!!!

* "E" is the baseball abbreviation for "error." Now laugh.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's painful!
Frank

7:04 AM  

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