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You know what? With all the stuff
that we made earlier
in the ballpark to hack it up
and enjoy ourselves, we’ve got some residual
ingredients left over. – Yeah.
– And it’d be a shame not
to turn them into something – that’s healthy.
– Yeah. And you can’t get a–
And you can’t get a salad
at the ballpark, right? – Well, some places sell it.
– Not like this one. – But when you’ve done
the other stuff,
– Right. you need not buy a salad
when you can make one. So we’ve got lettuce
from the burger. Lettuce, onion, and tomato
from the burger. We got sauerkraut,
and of course, we’ve got a fork and knife. I’m gonna start
chopping this mess up – and dropping it into a bowl.
– All right. And I’m gonna make some
Thousand Island dressing using some sweet relish,
of course, some mayonnaise, some ketchup,
and some ketchup, and some mayonnaise,
and some sweet relish, and an empty beer cup. All right, so here I go. I’ve– I’ve been
to baseball game– I’ve been to some
baseball games. Whoops! “I’ve been to some
baseball games.” I was so bad at tee-ball
and Little League as a kid that, like, I think it just– It kind of hurts me
to my core to go there. Like, it brings up
a lot of insecurities. That stand in the outfield– where is the least
desirable place to play? – The left field?
– Right field. – That’s where you–
– Right field.
Well, that’s where I was. And I would literally pray that the ball would
not be hit to me. – That’s the spirit!
– I would– I had my most religious
experience playing right field
in Little League. I did not wanna
be put on the spot. It’s, like,
when that ball’s coming– You know
everybody’s watching. And don’t even get me started
with being at bat. Same thing,
except even worse. You got a stick
in your hand and somebody’s trying
to pummel with you– pummel you
with a little ball. I learned pretty quick
the only way I was
gonna get on base is if I got hit. – “Beaned,” they call it.
– Right. I would hug the base
so close. Home base, they call it.
Home plate, they call it. You know, you know a lot
about baseball for somebody
who was scared of playing it. And I would–
I would hug that plate so as
to get hit. That’s the only way
I got on base. But you know what?
I got on base a lot,
it just hurt. I mean, that took–
That took some courage. Balls, man! Baseballs! You want some sauerkraut
on your salad? ‘Cause you got it. I also don’t want tomatoes. Coach Crow. Yeah. Coach Crow. – Coach Crow.
– Ken Crow. – He–
– What a jerk. He taught us– Or maybe
he just liked baseball,
so I didn’t like him. He taught us baseball. He coached baseball,
and then he also– – He wasn’t a jerk.
– He was the karate guy. But he was intense. – I learned–
– And so I did not
respond well to him. I learned baseball and karate
from the same man
in the same year. That explains
why you batted like this. It was very confusing
time for me. I was a yellow belt. – Boy, don’t mess with me.
– Yellow belt? Don’t mess with me!
I’ll block you. That’s all I learned,
and then I quit. I never learned how to throw
any punches or anything else, but I can block you! – But you were–
– Just like that. – You were pretty decent at–
– You had to punch me. You had to be coming
down right– If you come in here,
you got me every time, ’cause this is
the only block I learned. No matter where
they were coming, you’d– I was exposed
in many other places. You’re pretty good
at baseball, though. Uh, I had some–
I had some moments. Compared to me. Whenever I saw you
out there in right field in practice, I was like– I’d stand up and point. – Beatitude.
– Be like, “Why is
he kneeling in prayer?”, is what you would ask. How’s that
Thousand Island coming? I haven’t mixed it yet.
Are you ready? Yeah, I got– I mean,
my salad is basically
made over here. Give me some chatter. Give me some
batter chatter. Hey, salad–
salad dressing man! Hey, salad dressing man! ( speaking gibberish ) Why doesn’t that happen
in the Majors? Why’s there no chatter? It does. They just can’t–
You can’t hear it. They’re being–
They’re not miked. – Watch their–
Watch their mouths.
– They’re chattering? – Nobody ever–
– Hey, batter, batter, batter. – Swing!
– That really wasn’t– I don’t think
that really was a thing. I think it was only–
I think Ken Crow
taught us that. I don’t know
if that ever happened
in the Major Leagues. Oh, that really looks
like Thousand Island. – Oh, good. Let me–
– Dump it. All right, here we go. Um, who was Ken Crow’s
assistant coach? – Shorter guy?
– Shorter guy. – That’s what I called him.
– Ken Crow– I liked him. He was nice. He took pity on me. They came into Buies Creek. They came into
Buies Creek for a year. – Yeah, and then they were gone.
– Taught us karate and baseball
and then left. Kind of like Bruce Banner. I like to imagine
they went to the next town and taught other kids
karate and baseball, but just enough
to confuse ’em and then leave. And then left.
Yeah, like– I loved that
about those guys. Do you want your salad tossed?
Because I’m already doing it. – Yes.
– Okay. All right, grab a fork. – Go to town.
– Oh! You know what? – We forgot
the main ingredient.
– Oh, yeah. – Freaking sunflower seeds…
– Sunflower seeds. to add a little
crunch here. Of course– Be generous.
There you go. – Yeah. There–
– Now, the shells are
still on ’em. I don’t know
if that’s gonna be a problem. That’s perfect.
All right. Let’s see if I can find
some salad in there. Yeah. Might as well– You know, waste not,
want not. This is for you, Ken Crow. You weren’t a jerk. I’m– – Yeah–
– I was just a timid
little child that– You burned me. I will say, you did start
talking about some, you know– You started talking
about the dragon and stuff like that
in karate, and all the parents said,
“I don’t know about that.” What does that mean,
“the dragon”? “We’re Baptists.”
I don’t know. We didn’t–
the Baptists didn’t like
the dragon talk. They’re like,
“What do you mean?
Is that Satan?” Oh, man, I’m hungry. Now, it’s gonna be difficult
to not get some sunflower seeds. Well, I don’t care about those.
I just don’t want tomatoes. – Okay.
– Here we go. – Here we go.
– Dink it. Uh, too late. No. It was halfway
in your mouth. It’s crunchy. Salad dressing’s good. Mmm! It’s gonna be really hard
to separate these. Well, we’re gonna take
the next 45 minutes to meticulously crack
these sunflower seeds. I’ve just sort of
all of them. – Oh, I didn’t.
– Really? There’s a seed.
I got it out. I’m gonna have
to leave it in my cheek and they’ll think
I’ve got a chaw. That’s outlawed
in baseball now. You can’t have chaw
in baseball anymore? – No.
– Since when? Uh, 1998. – Wow.
– Isn’t that true? – Josh: Yeah, it’s true.
– It is true. I think Tony Gwynn dying
of lip cancer was a big thing. – Oh, really?
– Yeah. – See, Josh knows.
– Are you making that up? No! No!
Why would I joke about that? Why you joking
about Tony Gwynn’s lip? I’m not! I’m not joking.
It happened. It was sad. Man! Mm. Just like chaw,
I’m spitting it out. See how cool I am? I really like
sunflower seeds, though. It gives you something
to do with your mouth, besides talk,
which I need to do more of. My mouth’s gotta
be doing something. – Yeah.
– You know? True. It’s good
when you’re fishing. Good when you’re
playing baseball. The majority
of playing baseball is not playing baseball. – That’s the thing.
– Right. You play baseball about
one percent of the time while you’re
playing baseball. It’s that one percent
that really matters, though.