By Stuart Shea

I was watching a game
But got Penthouse instead.
A Chatwood? A Dinkelman? They’re not reassuring–
they both sound painful,
though perhaps alluring.
It’s just like the old days, when we’d annoonce
That the Sox had a player named Rusty Kuntz.


Published in Players, Pure doggerel, Scandals, Stu Shea, Youth | Link to this poem | 3 Comments

Masterbaseball: 3 Comments

  1. Stretch wrote,

    So, I’m sitting in a bar halfway between Boston and San Francisco, watching a soundless game on TV, and some guy I’ve never heard of named Furbush comes in for Seattle late in a 2-1 west coast game against the A’s with runners on 1st and 2nd and 1 out. After an Al Hrabosky-like off-mound routine he toes the slab but has the look of a deer in the headlights. And he loads the bases and then escapes! So I google Furbush and get this great, perceptively quirky poem, and I wonder … how many other people have seen the Penthouse poem … what kind of hit volume does this site get … and did Furbush see the poem before he stepped into the headlight of history?

  2. Bob Carlton wrote,

    Gives a whole new meaning to having filthy stuff.

  3. Hilary Barta wrote,


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