Bubs Gregory (Pitcher, Cleveland Indians)
Would often interrupt fun conversations at parties to interrogate people about their political beliefs.
Pip Stockwell (Left fielder, Houston Astros)
Would see people quietly leaving a party and shout, “Hey, you takin’ off?” and then they’d have to make a big deal about leaving even though they didn’t want to.
Bugsy Kelvin (Shortstop, Los Angeles Dodgers)
Would constantly look away from people while talking to them at a party and scan the crowd as if searching for someone more interesting, making the person they’re talking to feel like a loser.
Jugs Bingle (Second baseman, New York Yankees)
Would just walk away from someone at a party without making up an excuse like “I need to go to the bathroom” or “I’m gonna get a drink,” which is the least he could’ve done.
Utey Bagoots (Designated hitter, Anaheim Angels, Now Los Angeles Angels)
Often heard telling women at parties that they seemed very “genuine” and then loudly proclaiming whatever year it was it to be the “Year of the Woman,” then getting very cold when the woman mentioned she was in a relationship.
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