Larry Hasenfus Is A 58-Year-Old Knuckleballer
With the evolution of the knuckle ball, it appears as though you are never too old to be a pitcher anymore. Larry Hasenfus is living proof, although at the age of 58, isn’t he a little too old to be pitching for a Junior Varsity baseball team?
Okay, so perhaps it is a JV team for Springfield College, but since when did colleges even have junior varsity teams? Is that just another term for beer league? I have some friends who always rave about the 65-year-old knuckleballer on their underhand slow-pitch men’s league team. So on second thought, maybe this isn’t as impressive as I had originally thought.
Hat Tip – [Barstool Sports]