For the record, the answers are:
- 1. David Cone
- 2. 8
- 3. Dwight Gooden
Former major-league outfielder Billy Sample, now a writer, director and actor, will screen his new baseball comedy Reunion 108 and do a Q&A at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center on Monday, April 8, with showings at 5:30 pm and 8 pm and we have two tickets for one lucky reader.
Sample, who played for the Texas Rangers, Yankees and Atlanta Braves during an eight-year career (1978-86), became a successful broadcaster after his playing days, most recently with MLB radio. Now he is immersed in the film industry, and his new satirical movie is inspired by his experiences on and off the baseball field.
Reunion 108 is a full-length, comedy feature film that will entertain and might offend, but no apologies will be forthcoming. It strives to be what can only be described as the best of “Bull Durham” intermingled with “Get Him to the Greek” and promises to be a no holds bar behind the scenes and in your face look into the world of professional baseball.
Want to see the film and meet Sample? The first person to email us the correct answers to ALL THREE questions scores the tickets. Leaving it in comments doesn’t count. You must email us to enter!
Here you go and good luck!:
- Who’s the only pitcher to have a 20-win season with both the Mets and Yankees?
- What number did Crash Davis (Kevin Costner’s character), the catcher in Bull Durham wear?
- Who was the youngest pitcher to ever win a Cy Young Award?
Premiere of Billy Sample film Reunion 108
Monday, April 8 at 5:30 pm and 8 pm
Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center
Tickets are $12. To RSVP call (973) 655-2378.