Bob Dylan’s 2017 Forecast: “Don’t Throw Four, It’s All Right”

by Jim Siergey

It ain’t no use to pitch and wonder why, babe
It don’t matter, anyhow
An’ it ain’t no use to bitch and holler, “Why, Babe?”
You just don’t throw ’em now
When your skipper crows, “Put that man on base,”
No more of your efforts will go to waste
The ump will just signal that batter on
Don’t throw four, it’s all right

 


Published in Management, Scandals, Songs and Parodies, The Game Itself | Link to this poem | 1 Comment

Bob Dylan’s 2017 Forecast: “Don’t Throw Four, It’s All Right”: 1 Comment

  1. Ira Pilchen wrote,

    How many balls must a man throw down
    Before you can call it a walk?

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