Jon Ramey's Baseball Antics...

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ah bison1 it was not stitches, it was staples in the mans head. he had a bald spot in his head because of it.
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I also remember when jon use to strike out, which was alot, in his junior year, everytime he would come off the field he would squeeze his helmets ear pieces together. Eventually the helmet broke and jon wasn't able to use it anymore. So from that point on, every time he struck out he would proceed to do what theoneandonly has already stated.

I agree bison1, the spring will not be the same with Jon Ramey missing.
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This does not have to deal with Ramey but it's still a pretty funny story that has to deal with Legion baseball... 2 summers back in a playoff game at Somerset.... runners on 2nd and 3rd... 2 outs... down by 1 run... full count... Bob Huxta K's for the 3rd time of the evening. After this I was sitting at Wendys waiting for him and a few others to show up. When they arrived Bob exited the car and without saying a word took off in a full sprint down the road. When we realized Bob wasn't coming back anytime soon.. BillyWhiteShoes mother took off in her Jeep to see if she could find the man. About 15-20 mins later, while we were still at Wendys, Bob comes walking back into Wendys and tries to knock a table over only to realize they were bolted down. Probably doesn't sound that funny but if you were there... you would know
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After about everyone of Jon's strikeouts, he would sit down in disgust and yell I'm the worst collegiate baseball player....or something on the lines of that!
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ok i know i am using marks name but this is the one and only jon ramey. I would first like to say to ham arnold who sits down in the outfield every practice that i did not strike out very much my junior year because my batting ave. was like 410 so there is no way i could have struck out that much. I guess everything else is pretty much true. One more thing. you guys need to start saying some good stuff about me, people are going to think i suck or something.
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jon ramey, you are the man of the land...you need to get a user name on here...we all could use some of your insight on this wonderful web site...
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Jon all i know is u got jewwed on the all star selections for Legion. Fastest First baseman i know of. Keep up the good work Big Jon.
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yes jon got christianed or mormoned. You prejedice punk.
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I remember when John hit the shortest HR at Central Cambria field's history. It went so high and the 30 MPH winds caught it letting it fall just past the fence.
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That field must lie in a wind tunnel because I hit one just like that. I thought it was a routine fly ball to left, but it seemed to just hang up there. I didn't think it had any chance of going out.
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