Friday, July 22, 2016

2168. Hank Yank

A horny young voyeur named Bauer*
Had a neighbor he dreamed he'd deflower
At her window, he'd jack
While he peeked through a crack
In the blinds as she undressed to shower.

*Hank Bauer played for the NY Yankees in the 50's and 60's.  Take my title either way!


  1. For the record, Bauer played for the Yankees from 1948 to 1959, when at age 37 he was traded (along with Don Larsen, Norm Siebern and "Marvelous" Marv Throneberry) to the Kansas City Athletics for some phenom named Roger Maris (and others). After two seasons playing with the A's (including a month as player-manager), Bauer coached and managed in the major leagues until 1969, highlighted by his leading the 1966 Baltimore Orioles to the World Series title.
    For the RECORD, Bauer still hold it for getting a base hit in 17 consecutive World Series games from 1956-58.

    1. Thanks for the correction -- and all the interesting info. I'd never heard of that hitting streak in the WS.

      I remember that he was a tough looking guy (former US Marine,) a power hitter, and a decent right fielder. The Mick succeeded 'Joltin' Joe' in center. Besides Irv Noren, who else started in left field during the 50's?