There is a few ways to get an advantage in baseball. Messing with the opponents is always a good way. However, an unnamed Palm Beach high school baseball player went a little too far. He was suspended two games for covering the opposing dugout in urine before the crosstown rivals team arrived.
The player attends Dwyer and they were prepping for a game against their rivals from Palm Beach Gardens. The game was key in the district race, so the player covered the dugout in urine.
The player, whose name was not released, was found by Dwyer’s administration to have acted alone in dousing Gardens’ dugout with an amount of urine large enough to create a smell noticeable to visiting fans at the game.
Dwyer Athletic Director Tom Pagley said he was “not at liberty to discuss how it happened,” but he said the act was indefensible.
Um, that is just disgusting. How do you get that much urine? If he acted alone, where in the heck do you store it all? I think someone would raise alarm at someone storing gallons of urine in a house or something. Maybe they operate different in Florida, but who knows? Regardless, the story is extremely disgusting. Who would want to sit in that stupid thing?
The plan apparently worked, as Dwyer ended up winning 7-4. They clinched the number three seed in the district tournament.
I am shocked that he only got a two game suspension. Might be something you want to sit him down for the rest of the season. Maybe the principal and school board fear retaliation. Don’t mess with someone who stores that much pee.