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Will the specialty of the house be Steak a la Selig?
2009-01-12 21:49
by Bob Timmermann

MLB is opening up its first officially licensed restaurant. However, it will be in Tokyo. And it's not going to open until September 17.

The restaurant is supposed to feature a 500-inch television screen. I'm not sure that I want to eat a restaurant and watch a 40-foot high television image of Randy Johnson.

2009-01-13 01:40:24
1.   DougS
What comes to mind immediately is that America-themed restaurant in that Simpsons episode where they go to Japan.

And you're right, no one should be subjected to a 40-foot high Randy Johnson. No one.

Although the Japanese may make a movie about him rising out of Tokyo Bay and wreaking havoc. Or perhaps a giant mecha Randy Johnson that can fly through space and shoot missiles from launchers in his pectorals.

2009-01-13 07:39:21
2.   chris in illinois
The thought of watching a FOX pregame on a 40 foot screen is terrifying to consider.
2009-01-13 08:22:15
3.   Woden325
2 I was thinking along those lines. A gigantic (more gigantic, anyhow) Randy Johnson bothers me less than a gigantic Tim McCarver.
2009-01-13 10:29:12
4.   nickb
That would be a BIG Unit...
2009-01-13 11:04:49
5.   Woden325
Speaking of Tim McCarver, how about this little gem:
A federal lawyer and Fox Sports statistician is in hot water for arranging US Marshal escorts for Tim and Joe Buck during the 07 World Series, and for Troy Aikman and Buck during the football playoffs.

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