Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett recounts the tales of his best basebrawls to Bill Simmons, including the time Thurman Munson saved him from an angry mob of Yankees and the difficulties of throwing clean punches in the middle of a bench-clearing skirmish.
Right? This comes to us via noted Montreal enthusiast, helicopter photography expert, and connoisseur of '80s television graphics (and occasional baseball dude) Jonah Keri. Take it away, Jonah: "It's all here. Sweeping shots of the Montreal skyline. Glorious '80s graphics. Al Michaels, impressively, correctly pronouncing MON-treal. It was a different time, too. Olympic Stadium was packed (and not just for All-Star games). Gillette razors had a measly one blade, which I assume meant pools of blood spurted out of your face until the arrival of the Quattro. And ABC World News Tonight was sponsored by an exotic beverage called Natural Light."