The Slingin’ Johnny Sanchez Drinking Game

 

The Slingin’ Johnny Sanchez Drinking Game

With the Spiritual Southpaw on the shelf I have been asked who would carry the Barry Zito Drinking game torch.

 

Easy, Slingin’ Johnny Sanchez.

 

It is an easy call because Sanchez’s starts are frustrating, fascinating, and often dominating. He can look aloof, focused, and aloof all within the same batter.

 

As Mama Gump famously said: “Jonathon Sanchez is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get.”

 

Legal Disclaimer: The Three Bs and its correspondents are not responsible for the health risks involved in any drinking games.If you are too stupid to know when to quit, then shame on you.

 

Slingin’ Johnny Sanchez is wildly effectively wild; the rules reflect his best and worst traits.

 

Official Rules of the Slingin’ Johnny Sanchez Drinking Game:

 

On the Bump:

 

Strike out an opposing hitter: 2 drinks

 

For every base runner(s) stranded: 2 drinks

 

For every base on bal or HBPl: 2 drinks

 

For every Run allowed (earned or unearned): 6 drinks

 

For every wild pitch: 1 Beer

 

Every dumb, confused, or blank look by Sanchez will be worth: 1 Beer

 

Every time the camera catches Bochy with his hands on his hips, his size 8 hat off his noggin, or his hands in the air: 1 Beer

 

20+ Pitches in one inning: 1 Shot

 

4 Strikeouts in One Inning: Game Over. Every beer in the house must be finished. The participant(s) must spend an additional $100 if participating at the ballpark or bar.

 

At the Plate:

 

Reaching Base (Any way possible): 1 Beer

 

*Our empirical evidence found that 12 drinks equal a full beer*

 

Enjoy!

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