Listen: Brian Mccann Madison Bumgarner, Muncie, Madison Bumgarner discussed on ESPN Radio
"So let's play this sound from the Madison Bumgarner maximums the game because this is just great Madison. Bumgarner is the new guy texts. All the rule these replaced, Brian McCann Madison Bumgarner. I hadn't realized until I heard the clip today of him kind of defending his actions. Sounds like someone that would be talking to you about diabetes or selling you gold. Like that's his voice. Well, we're going to hear that voice in a second here you tell me this is wait on the surface. So seem like two different diabetes medication or well, no, it doesn't say the disease. It's not like you can have the disease and then you give it to people you dislike or whatever. No, it sounds like Percy would give if he could max Muncie, the disease that probably. So here's Madison Bumgarner. If you're not familiar with him, he had as epic, a run through postseason as any pitchers ever had mad bomb. And he is very serious about protecting sportsmanship. Couple postseason run sewn to short sell this. I believe he might be the greatest postseason pitcher modern era probably, and so mech Muncie. Hit a home run off him and just so visually. You understand what happens here. Muncie is running very slow at first base Bill, you saw this, right? Well, he didn't even hit it into the bay. He hit it into international waters. They went so far. Like it wasn't even close. This thing in close to six hundred feet, right? Yeah. I mean he hit an enormous minute six hundred feet would be the longest home run. It was it was, it was put on the polls homerun I've ever seen it on the poll at lebatardshow is six hundred feet, the longest home run ever some Muncie hits. But what's funny about it is he takes his we. Time. And Bumgarner chases him to first base and Muncie slows down. And just as come on a long if you wanna if you wanna run the basis, slowly with me, come on, along, which is brave because I would not want to be taunting mad bone. Yeah. He's a he's a bit of a lumberjack. I don't remember whether it was him or area to who we accused of definitely calling his son boy, but one of them would would live in a log cabin. Maybe both of them live in a log cabin and call their son boy, but here's Madison Bumgarner, you know, an exchange with reporters after max Muncie, hit the ball, an alleged six hundred feet.."