Would a team of midgets be the greatest offense in baseball history?

Raymond

Todd Gallagher answers the weird sports questions you always wondered but knew were too stupid even to ask. Think of it as the sports version of Mythbusters.

  • Would a team of midgets be the greatest offense in baseball history, because they would draw walk after walk after walk?
  • Could a morbidly obese goalie shut out an NHL team?
  • Could an average person beat a professional tennis player if the pro had to use a frying pan instead of a racquet?

Well, he sort of gives away the answer to the last question in the title of his book, Andy Roddick Beat Me with a Frying Pan. The stories behind how he set about finding the answers to these absurd questions are even more entertaining than the answers themselves! Here’s an interview with Only a Game‘s Bill Littlefield. [Direct link – Real format]

On a somewhat concidental note, tonight I’m going to watch the Seattle Thunderbirds take on the Tri-City Americans, making good on my earlier admission of the possibility of seeing another hockey game. Hopefully with normal-sized goalies.

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