Hitting Home Runs with Party Subs: ft. Josh Reddick

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David G. Temple is the Managing Editor of TechGraphs and a contributor to FanGraphs, NotGraphs and The Hardball Times. He hosts the award-eligible podcast Stealing Home. Dayn Perry once called him a "Bible Made of Lasers." Follow him on Twitter @davidgtemple.

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  1. ettin says:

    Sub-par effort David…. Sub-par effort.

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  2. shaun says:

    This is fowl. You all are just shilling for clicks. Prostitution you could call it. Prostitution and fowl. One could call that ho-geese.

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  3. Mike says:

    No bat flip?

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  4. ElJosharino says:


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  5. Jay29 says:

    That ball had some mustard on it.

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  6. emlazar says:

    I laughed way too hard at this

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  7. Peeping Louis Lane says:

    It would appear the party sub is attached to a normal bat handle… Is that for improved grip?

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  8. Tommy Lasorda says:

    Great, now I’m hungry.

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  9. Mike Green says:

    This item would be more appropriate for Notgraphs Cricket. Reddick would have to work on his swing though…

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  10. Kevin says:

    It makes me sick to my stomach that nonsense like this is considered journalism these days. Some world we live in, huh?

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    • Mike Green says:

      You need to cut back on the deli meats, man. Once the meat has been through the grinder and the regrinder, and then has been used to hit a baseball 400+ feet, it’s just not the same as tartare.

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    • Pullitzer says:

      Whoever said NotGraphs was Journalism? I never remember anyone saying NotGraphs was Journalism. Clearly, it is a conglomerate of everything that is not journalism but that is nevertheless uber important to know about.

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      • Omaha Dreams says:

        According to Websters, journalism is “the collection and editing of news for presentation.”

        That sounds like NotGraphs to me. Especially the presentation part. They do that the best.

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  11. KCDaveInLA says:

    Reddick knows how to swing the salami…and the black forest ham…and the provolone…

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  12. Bryz says:

    I assume Reddick didn’t warm up before this at-bat, meaning that he surely knows his cold cuts.

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  13. ReuschelCakes says:

    FanGraphs is to NotGraphs as NotGraphs is to NotJournalism

    NotGraphs is to NotJournalism as NotJournalism is to HotJournalism

    NotJournalism is to HotJournalism as HotJournalism is to HotDogs

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