Is there a ghost in my house?

Thursday, May 28, 2009

A Milwaukee news outlet informs us today that the historic Pfister Hotel, where many baseball teams stay while playing the Brewers, is allegedly haunted. And of course there are juicy details aplenty:
A player for the Dodgers has been known to sleep with a baseball bat for protection after hearing odd noises. And two pairs of Florida Marlins players reportedly demand to share a room when they're in Milwaukee because they're afraid of ghosts.
This leaves an important question unanswered, though: which Marlins are making this demand? My guesses:
  • Dan Uggla: Ghost interference would explain his errors in last year's All Star Game.
  • Matt Lindstrom: Ditto last night's Alfonseca save (What, you haven't heard of the ghost of Grover Cleveland Alexander? Probably not, since it likely doesn't exist...)
  • Renyel Pinto: Don't let the scowl fool you, he is very afraid.
  • Ronny Paulino: Just a wild guess.
We've asked Marlins beat writer Joe Frisaro to get to the bottom of it. Don't let us down, Joe.

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