by James Finn Garner
Might hit the ball higher
On the moon, which has thinner air
Suffers from paranoia.
Though he doesn’t dislike him,
He’s sure the base runner wants to spike him.
Doesn’t need us.
He keeps his cool by hitting homers
And ignoring racist tweets from gomers.
At the plate is a terra.
He’ll win a second Triple Crown
With his mates in Motown.
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