While his brother’s penis was becoming the gateway for Hollywood starlets, Jimmy Baio was given maybe one line a week on “Soap” and dazzled us with “air” impressions of Luis Tiant in the first Bad News Bears’ sequel. Actually, he was there to replace Tatum O’Neal who declined to appear in the film, and give a New York attitude to appeal to…those who loved impressions of Luis Tiant. Actually, he couldn’t pitch until Coach Leak basically taught him to simply just throw the ball. Damn, Kelly’s dad made everything look so easy.
The Bullet Points:
The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training (1977)
The “Bad News” Bears
Why you should vote for him:
Why you should not vote for him:
How good a Pitcher could he have been if they didn’t take him to Japan?