Eluded the notice
Of baseball's elite Hall of Fame.
While ROD KANEHL
Caused Stengel to squeal,
"Can't anyone here play this game?"
Was not a strong throwa,
He played with the greatest of E's.
Had a strong oda
Reminiscent of moldering cheese.
*ED BRESSOUD and ED CHARLES
Excelled at ball flubbage—
He simply could not find the handle.
But TIM FOLl—
After two shots of Stoli—
Looked almost as good as LEN RANDLE.
(For all that we know)
Was really his big sister, Rita.
A NAPOLEON (Danny),
An ALEXANDER (named Manny)—
Neither man was a great leada.
Clean out your locker,
You're as versatile as a cadaver.
You reek like a roadie
Who's toured for a year with
(In Spanish, "El Ranko")
Was inexpressibly vile.
Along with BOB PFEIL
The two had a style
Historians call Rank-and-Pfeil.
Not unlike Dilbert,
Simply could not please his bosses.
They knew for more wins
They'd need fewer DOUG FLYNNS,
And fewer JOE FOYS and
Was prudent to rent:
He was in Queens for what seemed like a day.
May I have your house key?
It seems you've been waived away.
Like Lou (the Toe) Groza,
Was famous for booting the ball.
Had Al Gore's charisma
And the arm of a Gore—Gore Vidal.