06
May
09

He Must Have Been Lying About Something


pantsFresh off winning their 17th straight game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, you could say the Milwaukee Brewers are on something of a hot streak, which is usually a good thing; for Ed Seder, the first base coach though, not so much.

While standing in the dugout, Seder ventured too close to the portable heater unit at the end of the dugout. As the team was rallying in the 8th inning against the Buccos, Brewers pitcher Jeff Suppan smelled something amiss. “Somebody’s burning!'” Sedar recalled Suppan saying. “Luckily, I wear two pairs of socks. It had just started on the second pair of socks when ‘Soup’ said he smelled something.” The something was Seder’s pants catching on fire.

“I probably would have felt it,” Sedar shrugged. “The worst part is that I was thinking earlier, ‘That’s a little dangerous.’ I guess it’s funny that it happened to me.”

Seder went back into the clubhouse, put a new pair of pants on and came out in time to see the Brewers take the lead in the 9th inning en route to another victory.

[Brew Beat]


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