13
Nov
09

We Want to See the Dock Ellis Acid No-No


MLB Network emergence this season changed the way I watch baseball, their nightly coverage was simply phenomenal and made being a rabid baseball fan all the better. With the off-season underway and lots of airtime still to fill expect them to air many classic games over the next few months. I have been clamoring for, and I hope you will join me in this groundswell, for them to air Dock Ellis’ no-hitter which he threw on LSD in 1970. I have to imagine that the game is simply amazing to watch, (he can’t be any weirder on the mound than Mark Fidrych was…) they don’t even need to acknowledge or highlight the acid, it’s irrelevant, what matters is the no-hitter, and I want to see it, start to finish.

In the meantime, I’ll have to content myself with this great animated video from No Mas. Enjoy!

Awesome.

[No Mas]


1 Response to “We Want to See the Dock Ellis Acid No-No”


  1. 1 shatraw
    November 13, 2009 at 12:53 pm

    use your site to start a petition. just refer to it by the date and teams, don’t mention the LSD, so when MLB network is like “wow” it won’t be all about the acid.

    i want to watch it so badly.

    also, that video was really great. well played, video guys.


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