Thurman Munson Comeback Considered Really F*%kin’ Creepy; In Poor Taste
AKRON, OHIO (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) Late New York Yankees catcher Thurman Munson, who was killed in an airplane crash in 1979, refuses to go away peacefully. Several eyewitnesses attest to seeing Munson practicing takeoffs and landings in an empty field. Others claim they’ve seen the long deceased catcher aimlessly wandering the baseball diamond at Coventry Municipal Park.
Admired for his grit and determination, the former American League Rookie of the Year and MVP, was one of the most beloved members of the Bronx Bombers during the 1970’s.
But more than thirty years after his death, it is believed Munson is staging some kind of comeback.
“Personally, the whole thing is kinda creepy and in really poor taste.” said lifelong Akron resident, Henry Swanson. “I feel like this whole story is in poor taste. He’s tarnishing his own legacy, though admittedly, for 64 he looks damn good. But my grandkids think it’s creepy. If they wanted to watch dead guys playing baseball, they could watch the Cubs.”
“Technically Mr. Munson is still 32, that is if this is some kind of apparition, which means he might have a couple of solid years left behind the plate.” said leading paranormal expert, Dr. Achilles Malavazzos. “If he’s a zombie, then we’re in totally other territory which means he’d be about as productive as A-Rod in the post season.”