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Ball Players Chatting on the Field

Nerdhater sent me this story from Yahoo.

Padres players get mentioned a few times:

It can get personal, in a convivial way, at first base, which Steve Garvey once described aptly as "a very social position." Just ask Cincinnati's Sean Casey, aka "The Mayor," who has a well-earned reputation as the most garrulous meet-and-greet practitioner in the sport.

"He's like that guy in 'Seinfeld,' the close-talker," Texas' Phil Nevin told the San Diego Union-Tribune. "You think Casey's going to lick your face."

Umm, let me be the first to say that, that's gross.

Milwaukee first baseman Tim Unroe once surprised base runner Tony Gwynn by complimenting him on his cologne