So anyway, now it is the eighth inning and an Artist who is wearing a jersey that doesn’t have his name on it comes up to bat, and James Lipton announces his name and credentials, which I can’t really hear, and then the batter momentarily interrupts the flow of the game to walk behind the catcher and inform James Lipton that he is an Academy Award Nominee. The game resumes and the Academy Award Nominee gets on base and then is eventually driven in as a run, and he slides head first into home plate, which is maybe an offensive maneuver that violates the two-hand-touch-equivalent spirit of this charity softball game, but nobody on Artists objects because they are desperately in need of runs.
Alec Baldwin dominated
by Ken Auletta in Artists-Writers baseball game.
That’s a good pitch to throw when you have two strikes on a right-handed hitter. That’s a bad pitch to throw when you have zero strikes on a plant. Ball two.
at-bat in modern history.