Despite its location Dots Donut Shop was about to get famous. People were already screaming because Jay Docker,
a rookie from UCLA, was going in there and making it a madhouse. Although this seemed pretty abnormal for a MLB player
it wasn’t for Jay Docker. He always did this kind of stuff like dumping peoples coffee and spitting on people. Regular MLB
players unlike Jay Docker would be really shy and try to wear stuff overtop of their clothing to make them look poor and unimportant.
Now Jay came out with literally coffee stains all over him and people staring at him from all directions.
“What you looking at,” he yelled at an innocent family not even looking remotely close to his direction.
“I’m looking at your legs because they’re so hairy you could probably enter them in The Guinness Book of World
Records and nobody would ever be able to beat them because they’re so hairy,” the dad in the innocent family replied to Jay.
RRRRR Jay grumbled as he walked away to his house to get ready for the rivalry game later. He was totally
offended and kicked the trash can in front of the Dots Donut Shop’s replica of a donut.
“Here you go honey,” Joey McCows wife, Wendy said to Joey, “Are you ready for the rivalry game today.”
“Indeed I am,” he replied, “I hope to boost that not very good batting percentage up to be more than 200. Coach
Valve wants me to practice batting more so I can become a real factor in the game today. I think he is going to fire me if I don’t turn my percentage up. It will be pretty hard to move it up but I’ll try.”
He picked up some last things to go practice. If he had a little time before the game then he would try to play with
the kids at the field that got dropped off by their parents early to play.
“See ya,” he said as he slammed the door shut with a slam.
Now outside, Joey got into his truck and drove away. Surprised to see an angry Jay Docker on the side of the road.
He was kicking tree stumps and trash cans. “Hey Jay, do you want a ride,”
“No you bozo, I don’t need any more stress.”
“It’s your teammate Joey,” Joey replied calmly.
“Well if it isn’t Joey the cow,” he said,”I always wanted you and I to be alone so I could talk some sense into you. I
don’t know how you don’t see that you are not good enough to play in MLB, you have 9 errors on the season and your
batting percentage is like 189 which I think is seriously the worst one.” He then yanked Joey out of the driver’s seat and threw
m to the ground with a deafening thump. “Now do you still want to help me,”
“Sure,” he yelled, even though his face was buried in the gravel on the side of the road. Just as he said sure he
regretted it because Jay hit the gas pedal like a kangaroo would kick a predator, and ran over his leg that made the world go deaf. He then drove away with a devil’s grin on his face that would scare somebody right out their socks. Scary!?
Now Joey was wincing with pain on the ground making everybody swerve out of the way like a psycho monkey. “I
hope it isn’t broken because then coach won’t see me in action and I will be fired from the Miami Bucks,” Joey whispered
out half choking on his words because of his hopefully not, broken leg. He was now trying to get up using a nearby branch
from an oak tree. It was a good thing that Joey was only 150 pounds so he could get up easily. If he wasn’t able to get up, it
would be a long time until someone rescued him. To his luck, once he got up he saw Coach Valve’s car.
“Oh Joey boy whatcha doing in the dirt,” Coach Valve questioned in his fancy new car trying to slow it down
because it was the 3rd day he’d driven it. “I hope you’re not playing in that dirt because we have to win the rivalry game
today against the Bruins.”
“No coach, Jay stole my car and then ran my leg over like it was a miniature speed bump.”
“I can’t believe he would do that, let me help you up, then I’m going to get your car back, and I’ll sit him the whole
game. Does that sound good”
“Sure, but I have a question.”
“After you help me up can you give me a car ride to the game, I don’t have a car as you can see and I’m not in the,”
He paused afraid of finishing the sentence and not being able to prove himself worthy of playing on the team because coach
wouldn’t put him in.
“Sounds like a plan Joe.”
“Hey,”Joey asked as loud as an angry gorilla,” Do you know if these things are stable enough for two people to ride
in at the same time, I heard in the news that these two people rode in a porsche just like this one and got in a crash, you know
this is kind of dangerous, right?” By the time he had said it they were already there at Rudolph Stadium.
“You ready big boy for the big game,” Coach Valve asked oddly as if he was half asleep.
“You bet I am, Coach,” he replied as he gased at the huge sign that said Rudolph Stadium in big black bold letters.
He had gotten Coach Valve to look at it and now they were both sighing.
“It never gets old,” they said in triumph as they turned the corner and walked into the secret door where only
coaches and players could go. “Now this gets old,” they said as they walked into a wall of dust, cologne, deodorant, sweat,
and body odor.
“Coach, I never thought you’d make it, you took so long,” Carlos, a friend of Jay’s said paying no attention to Joey
who was standing right next to him.
“Hey Carlos,”Coach said smiling and loving all the attention.
“Coach Valve look at my new car,” Jay said pointing right to the car that had been stolen by Jay, “Isn’t it nice, I
found it on the side of the road and decided to pick it up.”
Now coach was not smiling and was a big red fuming tomato that was about ready to blow up at Jay for running
over Joey’s leg and stealing his car. “Jay, you are not playing in this game because you ran over Joey leg and didn’t
“What,” he yelled louder than a King Kong that sent everybody’s ears ringing and made the walls bend. What a yell
As he went out everybody started laughing at his tantrum.
“Despite all that commotion let’s get ready.” Coach said.
It was a great game so far, Miami Bucks 4 and the other team, the Dallas Bruins 4 in the bottom of the seventh
inning. For the Bucks, Ronald Den was batting. It looked like Joey McCow wasn’t going to get to play and would be fired
next year, as he sat his head down Ronald Den had two strikes and one ball, then out of nowhere he got hit by the ball.
The announcer said, “What a smack that one’s going to leave a bruise.”
After the announcer said that Joey popped his head up like a rocket and started dancing around because Ronald Den
played Joey”s position and now that Ronald had gotten hurt the backup for that position was Joey and now Joey would play
that position and not Ronald. “Yes,” Joey said, “One last chance to prove myself worthy of playing in MLB.”
The game pretty much stayed the same even though the Bucks came to a five to four lead over the Bruins in the
bottom of the 9th inning. Now it was getting intense, Joey was probably going to not get to prove himself worthy but the
game was a phenomenal game. A one point lead and now the Bruins had a chance to double their score with a grand slam
because the bases were loaded.
As he got up to the plate Joey felt like he was only going to get a little grounder right to the pitcher, but what he
didn’t know was that was not going to be the case.
“Strike one,” the umpire said, “Strike two.” Now the guy from the Bruins was getting angry. He thought both times
that they were both balls. Come on umpire he thought, this has got to be better calling, but just as he was arguing with the
umpire in his head the ball was right down the middle. He took a swing and bam, it was a for sure home run right to Joey’s
side, left field.
Joey broke into a mad sprint and broke into a burst of speed he’d not felt ever in his life. He forgot about his hurt
leg and ran so fast it felt like his shoes didn’t touch the ground. In just seconds he was already halfway to the place where he
thought the ball would land. In the stands.
Now he was getting ready for the long tall leap that would hopefully be big enough for the ball that was going
10,000 miles per hour at an innocent kid.
Leap, he timed it just perfectly, but an angry Bruins fan was going just as hard at it as he was. That little guy wasn’t
going to take his career of baseball from him.
He ripped it out of the guys hand in just seconds so he could cover up the fact that he had stolen it from a fan that
had caught the ball, but still for a fact that was an awesome catch.
Five to four Bucks,the announcer said in a super loud voice because his jaw was dropped so far that it hit the floor.
Now after the superior catch made by Joey McCow he was kept on the team for next season and was expected to
have a contract for three more seasons. On the other hand Jay Docker was traded to the California Donkeys which rarely
ever plays the Bucks. This happened because he ran over Joey’s leg with his stolen car. This famous catch would be
remembered throughout history as the best catch of all time.