U of I intern thrown out of minor league game for having a sense of humor

A sports intern from the University of Illinois is getting famous simply for playing a silly song at a minor league baseball game.  Last week, Derek Dye, was booted from a Daytona Cubs baseball game by the dour umpire for playing the song. ‘Three Blind Mice’.

Through the Fence Baseball has a good follow-up to the whole story.

Keep the faith, Derek.  That song is within the bounds of good taste and humor.

 

In other news

In other less humorous news, the Greenfield Daily Reporter reports that speedy high school centerfielder Troy Montgomery from Mount Vernon who previously committed to the University of Illinois, has decided to go with the Ohio State Buckeyes instead.


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One Response to “U of I intern thrown out of minor league game for having a sense of humor”

  1. Hilarious!

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