If you wanted an all-American dad, a wily baseball veteran, a possible candidate for folksy-yet-serious President of the United States, or stay-at-home-dad driven to greatness, you call upon these men. Both tough and fair, they fill the void of “Well Harrison Ford is getting up there, so who’s going to play the dad of our current starlet and be married to the attractive mom in a popular tv series?”
But what if THEY FOUGHT TO THE DEATH?
Who would win? I usually try to think of these things as a cage match with no weapons, but in this case we have to play to both their strengths. That’s why we’re going to spice up this cage match with a single baseball placed in the middle of the ring.
For discussion purposes, I’ll give you a tale of the tape, then my initial impressions of how the fight would go. After that, it’s up to you.
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