Players included former stars and , and retired players , , , , , , , and.
He went on to win three , but in the he made an infamous.
In the episode, reluctantly describes his experience at a recent baseball fantasy camp, wherein Pepitone was crowding home plate while Kramer was pitching, leading to Kramer's that resulted in a subsequent camp-ending brawl, in which Kramer punched.
The book received substantial attention for its many revelations, particularly about his abusive father and his self-lacerating candor about his self-destructive ways.
With the score tied 1-1 in the seventh inning of Game Four, he lost a routine throw in the white shirtsleeves of the Los Angeles crowd, and the batter, , went all the way to and scored the Series-winning run on a sacrifice fly by.
Authorities charged Pepitone with drunken driving after he refused to take a sobriety test.